Latest KTN events

Infrastructure Systems Competition Round 3 Briefing and Brokerage Events

Tue, 11 Jul, London | Thu, 13 Jul, Leeds  |  Thu, 20 Jul, Exeter

The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), in partnership with Innovate UK welcomes interested parties within Infrastructure Systems sectors to be briefed on the third round of competition funding for Infrastructure Systems. This event brings together the innovators developing solutions working to evolve the UK Infrastructure systems, including smart infrastructure, urban living, connected transport, energy systems, offshore wind and nuclear. Read more

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M2D 1st Annual Conference on Decision Making Under Uncertainty

Tue, 11 Jul – Fri, 14 Jul, Exeter

The conference aims to provide an inclusive environment that encourages and delivers multi-disciplinary engagement across a wide range of topics and disciplines. Centred around the three core themes of the M2D network; Uncertainty Quantification, From Model to Decision and Communicating Uncertainty. Read more

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UK-India Newton Fund Industrial Waste Challenge 2017: Academic to Business Partnering Workshop

Wed, 12 Jul, York

competition run by the Newton-Bhabha Fund programme, Innovate UK and the Research Councils (BBSCR and EPSCR) is inviting proposals for innovative solutions for reducing industrial waste in India. Consortia must be formed of UK and Indian businesses and academic/ research organisations. To help facilitate introductions between UK academic and business participants interested in this competition, KTN and Innovate UK are organising a briefing event and partnering workshop. Read more

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Winning Funding for Your Research & Innovation – East of England masterclass

Wed, 12 Jul, Norwich  |  Thu, 20 Jul, Ipswich

The New Anglia Growth Hub, together with Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) and KTN are hosting a free half day masterclass aimed at companies in Norfolk and Suffolk which are growing or have potential to grow; and are using or developing new technology; or investing in research and innovation. You’ll hear about the funding and grants available to help your business exploit market opportunities, how to write a good application to ensure highest chance of success, hear the experiences of local businesses in this space, and the free 1-2-1 support now available for your application from New Anglia Growth Hub, KTN and EEN, prior to submission. Norwich event >> Ipswich event >>

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Multidisciplinary Design Optimisation Webinar

Mon, 14 Aug, Online

The latest in the UQ&M Special Interest Groups‘ webinar series will be on Multidisciplinary Design Optimisation, delivered by Prof. Andy Keane.  The webinar will cover a variety of topics including; what is MDO – search or optimisation, the requirements of a good MDO toolkit, from design variables to geometry automation, analysis tool chains, concurrent discipline analysis and managing uncertainty in MDO.

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Uncertainty Quantification & Management for Industry

Tue, 22 Aug – Wed, 23 Aug, Bristol

This two-day meeting aims to disseminate progress which has been made by the Uncertainty Quantification and Management Special Interest Group. The SIG was set up in 2015 and aimed to create value in UK industrial sectors.

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Venturefest Scotland

Wed, 20 Sep, Glasgow

The Venturefest Scotland summit is designed to help high-growth SMEs and ambitious early-stage companies grow through innovation. Registration is free and any aspiring Scottish business – in any sector – is invited to attend.

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Turning Data into Decisions in AgriFood

Wed, 22 Nov, London

Harnessing the power of Big Data to generate new insights, practices and products is one of the key priorities of today’s AgriFood supply chain. For example, data can help farmers to optimise inputs and adjust crops and land management regimes depending on many variable conditions between the fields, crop varieties, and climatic conditions. Data can also help suppliers of crop protection products to produce more accurate recommendations, or to gather evidence on their efficacy with more precision, reducing their use and environmental impact. This SCI Agrisciences Group and KTN event will focus on key needs of the AgriFood sector in using data, discuss the existing barriers, and present a number of potential solutions and joint initiatives.Read more >>

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Third Uncertainty Quantification and Management Study Group with Industry

Wed, 13 Dec, Coventry

The Uncertainty Quantification and Management SIG will hold its third Study Group with Industry, in which researchers covering mathematics, statistics, computer science, engineering and others work with industry representatives to help tackle their real UQ&M problems.  Read more

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Other Events

 

 

Why Bother with Big Data?

Wed, 12 July, London

HSSMI is bringing together a diverse group of organisations and individuals ready to inform and discuss topics related to data and aiming to answer those questions so frequently asked. Read More

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The Era of Embedded Intelligence

Wed, 9 Aug, Edinburgh

Delegates will hear from global leaders and innovators in Embedded Intelligence from industry and academia on how this field of research is influencing future product development, business models, resilience of critical infrastructure and exploration within extreme environments.Read More

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European Study Groups with Industry 130

Mon, 4 – Fri, 8 Sept, Warwick

Join the University of Warwick and the Smith Institute for Industrial Mathematics and System Engineering for the 130th European Study Group with Industry. Study groups provide a unique opportunity for academics to work with industry to come up with new ideas and potential solutions for real problems. Academic participants with backgrounds in all strands of mathematics are encouraged to attend. Read More

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2nd Edwards Symposium. Challenges and Opportunities in Soft Matter

Wed, 6 – Fri, 8 September, Cambridge

The Edwards Symposia Series will highlight the latest developments in soft matter science with a particular (but not exclusive) emphasis on theoretical and mathematical models, and on how these models can inform industrial processes, materials, and design. Read More

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Advanced Engineering

Wed, 1 – Thu, 2 Nov, Birmingham

Advanced Engineering is the UK’s largest showcase on the latest advances in engineering, converging innovations, latest developments and vital information driving efficiency and profitability to enable UK manufacturers to compete and grow in an ever competitive global market. Read More

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Cyber Threat Intelligence and Incident Response

Wed, 15 – Thu, 16 November, London

Aimed at security professionals to address how a greater understanding of the cyber threat landscape can lead to exponential improvements in strategic planning and tactical decision making during cyber incidents. Read More