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IEEE UKCAS 2019 - The 2nd UK Circuits and Systems Workshop
The 2nd UK Circuits and Systems Workshop - This year’s UKCAS theme: Wearable Technologies The UKCAS workshop will provide ample opportunities for knowledge exchange, networking and explore joint collaborations between researchers and academic participants from UK and Ireland universities through lectures, poster presentation and discussions...
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Notification for Operating in the Future Electromagnetic Environment Symposium
Dstl is holding the following two-day Symposium in November. This has limited capacity and we are therefore seeking expressions of interest for the event. In order to help assist with planning, please can you register your interest by 25th October 2019. Event Title: Operating in the Future Electromagnetic Environment Symposium Location:...
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KTN Event: The Future of Computing: Capabilities and Potential of Neuromorphic, Quantum and High Performance Computing
The Future of Computing Capabilities and Potential of Neuromorphic, Quantum and High Performance Computing What does the future of computing look like? What do Neuromorphic computing, Quantum computing and High Performance (Conventional) Computing each have to offer? How are decisions made on funding and investment in emerging computing...
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Lectureship in Device Modelling at Glasgow
The University of Glasgow, established in 1451, is a member of the UK's Russell Group of leading universities. The University is committed to enhancing its position as one of the world's great broad-based research-intensive universities. Applications for the post are welcome in any research areas in Device Modelling that complement the existing...
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IEEE UKCAS 2019 - The 2nd UK Circuits and Systems Workshop

The 2nd UK Circuits and Systems Workshop - This year’s UKCAS theme: Wearable Technologies The UKCAS...

Notification for Operating in the Future Electromagnetic Environment Symposium

Dstl is holding the following two-day Symposium in November. This has limited capacity and we are...

KTN Event: The Future of Computing: Capabilities and Potential of Neuromorphic, Quantum and High Performance Computing

The Future of Computing Capabilities and Potential of Neuromorphic, Quantum and High Performance...

Lectureship in Device Modelling at Glasgow

The University of Glasgow, established in 1451, is a member of the UK's Russell Group of leading...

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IEEE UKCAS 2019 - The 2nd UK Circuits and Systems Workshop

The 2nd UK Circuits and Systems Workshop - This year’s UKCAS theme: Wearable Technologies

The UKCAS workshop will provide ample opportunities for knowledge exchange, networking and explore joint collaborations between researchers and academic participants from UK and Ireland universities through lectures, poster presentation and discussions covering various areas in the supply chain of the emerging wearable technologies. 

Notification for Operating in the Future Electromagnetic Environment Symposium

Dstl is holding the following two-day Symposium in November.  This has limited capacity and we are therefore seeking expressions of interest for the event.  In order to help assist with planning, please can you register your interest by 25th October 2019.

Event Title: Operating in the Future Electromagnetic Environment Symposium

Location: Institution of Mechanical Engineers, One Birdcage Walk, London, SW1H 9JJ

Dates: 19th November 2019 09:00 to 20th November 2019 16:30

 

KTN Event: The Future of Computing: Capabilities and Potential of Neuromorphic, Quantum and High Performance Computing

The Future of Computing
Capabilities and Potential of Neuromorphic, Quantum and High Performance Computing

What does the future of computing look like? What do Neuromorphic computing, Quantum computing and High Performance (Conventional) Computing each have to offer? How are decisions made on funding and investment in emerging computing technologies?

eFutures Early Career Researcher Multidisciplinary and Diversity Workshop January 2020

eFutures ECR Multidisciplinary and Diversity Workshop

The eFutures network would like to invite you to attend a FREE 2-day residential event, giving you an opportunity to help develop and shape your future career.  It is aimed at supporting young academics and senior RA’s in the field of electronics. Key figures from industry & EPSRC will also be in attendance and there will be a session to discuss sandpit opportunities, funded by eFutures.

eFutures Early Career Researcher Multidisciplinary and Diversity Workshop January 2020

eFutures ECR Multidisciplinary and Diversity Workshop

The eFutures network would like to invite you to attend a FREE 2-day residential event, giving you an opportunity to help develop and shape your future career.  It is aimed at supporting young academics and senior RA’s in the field of electronics. Key figures from industry & EPSRC will also be in attendance.

eFutures2.0

The eFutures network has now been renewed and reformed.  

The specific objectives of eFutures2.0 are to support and maintain researchers to grow a more vibrant community by continuing highly successful, early career researchers 'crucible' events and creating new events to support mid-career researchers; to build bridges between academia and a broader range of industry and existing networks; and to achieve better engagement with the electronic systems community.

British-based technology company Arm and Imagination Technologies is a partner in the project.

Steering Group

The academic steering group includes eight academics from leading research groups across the UK who are joined by representatives from the commercial sector, in order to maintain industrial relevance (the industrial steering group).

The Early Career Researcher steering group work together to organise and manage ECR activity in the electronics community and organise the annual ECR workshop.

For more information on Steering Group members please follow the links to their profiles below.

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