Introduce sets of people to each other who would not, in the normal course of professional events, have an opportunity to interact with each other. Research collaboration cannot be forced, however doors can be opened and new partners identified by linking communities which previously had little or no contact. The network aims to be the UK hub for university research in the electronics sector, providing a clearly defined, authoritative contact point to ensure that the resident UK electronics community is well linked to the academic research base. Benefits come from new companies, attracting inward investment as well as maintaining the existing design houses, fabs and supply chains.
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The themes for this year’s Annual Community Event were the EPSRC Cross-ICT Priorities: Cross-Disciplinarity and Co-Creation and Future Intelligent Technologies.
Presentations covered the broad landscape of electronics research, from the physical layer through circuit architecture and up to applications and we will cover gaps where new research is needed and discussions took place about how eFutures members can get involved in joint collaborative research.
We had an impressive line-up of speakers (see below) and we have attached the presentations:
eFutures Academic Community Event (ACE) 2017
Date: Wednesday 24th May 2017
Time: 10:00 – 16:00
Venue: Queens Hotel, Leeds
Three British scientists have been congratulated after they were awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics
EPSRC is holding two two-day workshops for Early Career Reserachers who work in the area of ICT. 16-17 February 2017 06-07 March 207 The workshops will provide an update to EPSRC and ICT Theme strategies and policies and guidance for grants. Those wishig to attend should complete the Expression of Interest (EoI) on the link below.