Tuesday, 3 March 2020

Spring 2020 Conference: Posters Galore

We are thrilled by the number of amazing poster submissions we received. 20 highly skilled young researchers will be presenting their posters on the afternoon of the first day of our conference on 'Adding Value to Economies: Collaborate - Innovate - Educate'. Please registers below to hear what they have to say!

Date: 24th - 25th March 2020
Location: Adastral Park, Ipswich, IP5 3RE
Conference Start: 09:30 AM
Drinks & Dinner: Tuesday, 24th March 20
Fees: none
The Conference is cancelled!

We are now running a 'Poster Galore!' series here on this blog. Please have a look at 'Downloads' for the list of already published posters.

Poster Competition - 24th March, 13:30, The Hub, Adastral Park
  • Achilles Petras, BT, Converged QoE Network Forensics
  • Adam Broadbent, BT, NGPaaS (Next Generation Platform-as-a-Service)
  • Akinola Ogunsemi, Robert Gordon University, Ensemble-Based Data Relationship Discovery Framework in Supply Chain Business Processes
  • Arjuna Sathiaseelan, GAIUS Networks, GAIUS: Powering hyperlocal content ad ecosystems for communities
  • Dave Townend, University of Essex, A Statistical Framework for the UK’s Mobile Network
  • Dr Hannah Steventon and Professor Nicholas Caldwell, University of Suffolk, Smarter Suffolk: sensors and data for public services
  • Dr Jiejun Hu, University of Essex, Securing Software Defined Networks Through Blockchain Technology
  • Edward Austin, Lancaster University, Detecting Emergent Phenomena Within Streaming Data
  • Ergin Dinc, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, Investigation of Launchers for Surface Wave Transmission Lines
  • Frank Carver, University of Suffolk, Do You Know The Impact of Your Software Choices?
  • Hugo Leon, University of Essex, Exploiting Mixed-Reality Technologies for Interacting with BIM models to Assist Onsite Activities
  • Mahsa Abazari Kia, University of Essex, Text Summarization of BT Order Journey Data
  • Matt Evans, ABER Electronics Ltd and the University of Essex, Wideband RF Over Fibre/IP
  • Matt Wallwork, BT, IoT for Assisted Living
  • Matthew Middlehurst, University of East Anglia, Improved detection of nuisance calls in-network using machine learning techniques
  • Panagiotis Kourouklidis, University of York, BT, Deploying and scaling models in Data science
  • Peter Gudde, University of Suffolk, A multi-dimensional analysis of smart energy systems – Towards developing a common framework for assessing the sustainability of local energy technologies in selected societal sectors
  • Rishiraj Sengupta, Teoco, Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing in Wireless Networks, Within and Beyond
  • Shahin Salarian, University of Essex, Dual-beam Orthogonal Circular Polarized Antenna
  • Zichuan Zhao, University of Essex, Digital Twins for Asset Monitoring and Advanced Simulation
Please register for the conference below and meet those amazing researchers
Speakers and Draft Agenda

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