EVENTS

Here is a calendar of AESIN and our partners upcoming events

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  • AESIN Partnered Event : European Conference on Silicon Carbide and Related Materials (ECSCRM 2018)
    All day
    02-09-2018-06-09-2018

    8 Centenary Square, Birmingham, B1 2EA

    8 Centenary Square, Birmingham, B1 2EA

    TechWorks are delighted to support the University of Warwick with this event to be held at the International Convention Centre, Birmingham from the 2nd-6th September.

    The European Conference on Silicon Carbide and Related Materials (ECSCRM) is a highly-anticipated event, held every two years, that represents an important international forum that brings together world-leading specialists working in different areas of wide-bandgap semiconductors.

    Experienced researchers, experts from leading companies and young students interested in this specific scientific domain have a unique opportunity to exchange their views and ideas on the subject in a dynamic environment.

     

    Early bird registration is now OPEN!

     

    Tickets for ECSCRM 2018 can be booked here and all tickets purchased by 9th July 2018 will qualify for the early bird rate.  Your family members are also welcome to accompany you to ECSCRM 2018 and full details of accompanying persons packages and tours are available here.

    Accommodation for your visit can also now be booked via our partner, Marketing Birmingham – there are over 6,000 hotel bedrooms within walking distance of the conference venue, at rates to suit every budget.

    If you need any encouragement to visit Birmingham for ECSCRM 2018, check out these fun facts about our host city and have a look at the wide range of activities Birmingham can offer if you choose to extend your visit or bring your family along.

     

     

    Sponsorship and exhibition

    There is still time to sign up for an exhibition booth or sponsorship package, but be quick…. the deadline for receipt of requests is 1st July 2018.  See here for full details including those organisations who have already secured their preferred options!

     

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  • AESIN Promoted Event: eFutures Workshop for Early Career Industry Delegates
    All day
    13-09-2018-14-09-2018

    303 Huntingdon Rd, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0JH, UK

    303 Huntingdon Rd, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0JH, UK

    Discover funding and collaboration opportunities to influence future ICT.
    Bring together early career engineers and researchers from industry and academia.
    Discuss the key challenges and opportunities in science and technology.
    Engage with the larger electronics community.

    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. The two days are aimed at supporting young engineers, academics and researchers in the field of electronics. The focus on Day 2 will be industry. Key figures from industry, KTN, EPSRC and academia will also be in attendance on both days.

    Travel and accommodation costs will be covered by eFutures and catering will be provided on site for free.

     

    Registration

    REGISTER HERE if you are an Early Career Engineer, and consider yourself to be highly motivated and enthusiastic. You will complete a short research development statement (100 words) to explain how you are able to contribute to the sessions. T&C’s apply.

    For more information on the event and how you can register, please CLICK HERE.

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  • AESIN Partnered Event : The Security of Autonomy: Who would you trust to drive your car?
    09:00 -17:00
    18-09-2018

    A networking event and discussion examining the opportunities and issues in the growing field of autonomy with industry leading experts.

    About this Event

    It is becoming more and more common for devices to be connected to each other and the internet, with many serving as a platform for the delivery of a vast number of services. Recent research suggests that the economic impact of connected autonomous vehicles alone could be worth £51 billion per year by 2030 (SMMT, 2017). However, with the timeline and technology roadmap unclear, this progress entails many security and ethical challenges that must be addressed.

    With this in mind, NXP, in partnership with AESIN and Technology Scotland, is delighted to invite you to a unique one-day workshop in Glasgow. This forum will provide an opportunity for automotive and security engineers, policy makers, and researchers to offer their expert insight into the ongoing discussion of how best to tackle the evolving challenges that surround cyber security and other aspects of autonomy. With some of the UK’s leading figures in this area presenting and attending, make sure to sign up, engage in the debate, and network with the experts!

    Speakers:

    • Peter Davies, Technical Director, Thales e-Security
    • Dave Stewart, Founder/CEO, Critical Blue
    • Colin Slater, Cyber Security Lead Partner, PwC United Kingdom
    • Georg Stütz, Principal Security Certification Expert, NXP
    • Professor Andrew Atkins, Global Technical Lead & Senior Technologist, Ricardo
    • Dr. Andrew Michael-Jones, Systems Architect, ARM

    REGISTER

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  • AESIN PROMOTED EVENT: IDP15 Competition Briefing – London
    09:00 -16:00
    20-09-2018

    An opportunity for the complimentary technologies behind ultra-low / zero emission vehicles to learn more about the IDP funding opportunity.

     

    Background: The UK is positioned as a world leader in the development and manufacture of ultra-low / zero emission vehicles. The Government’s Road to Zero strategy has set an expectation that by 2030 at least 50%, and as many as 70%, of new car sales and up to 40% of new van sales will be ultra low emission. This builds on the commitment for all new cars and vans to be effectively zero emission by 2040.

    Progress on the transition to zero emission vehicles has increased over recent years thanks in part to Government supported programmes such as the Integrated Delivery Programme (IDP) and the Faraday Battery Challenge.

    Innovate UK is pleased to announce that the next round of funding for IDP will be open in September 2018. This competition builds on the success of previous IDP funding rounds and highlights Government’s commitment to UK automotive now and into the future.

    This Event: This briefing event is an opportunity for the complimentary technologies behind ultra-low / zero emission vehicles to learn more about the IDP funding opportunity.

    During the event delegates will hear from UK Research and Innovation, representatives of the UK’s automotive sector and the Office for Low Emission Vehicles. Following this will be the main competition briefing session that will be presented by Innovate UK and will cover IDP15’s scope. Finally, delegates will convene to learn about the Innovate UK application process.

    A particular strength of joining the briefing event is the significant opportunity delegates have to network with organisations from across the automotive supply chain. You will also have the chance to engage with Innovate UK directly.

    This event is aimed and business of all sizes (micro, SME and large) academics and local authorities with an interest in low or zero emission vehicles. Organisations who have been involved in any past or current Innovate UK competitions in the automotive space are welcome.

    A full agenda will be available shortly.

     

    Visit website for more information and registration.

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