Would you like some of the UK’s most innovative minds working on your Company’s challenges?
AIMday Sensor Signal Processing & Imaging, to be held on 21st September 2016, invites companies and organisations to submit questions around the theme Sensor Signal Processing & Imaging. Questions posed will then be discussed on the day itself in individual company workshops by some of the UK’s leading expertise, who will look to identify pathways to possible solutions.
Companies can register their questions for the event until 22nd August 2016 by visiting the ‘Registration for Organisations’ page.
Academic Industry Meeting day, or AIMday, is built around individual company workshops. Questions posed by each company are discussed in one hour workshops with academics who have specific knowledge in the area in question. The aim being to identify possible pathways to a solution.
The workshops blend a range of academic knowledge together for a short period of time which can spark innovative and creative solutions to commercial problems.
The University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Research Innovation are organising this AIMday in partnership with the University Defence Research Collaboration (UDRC) for Sensor Signal Processing for Defence.
Funded by Dstl and EPSRC, the UDRC for Sensor Signal Processing for Defence, has made notable contributions toward its objective of developing a world-class skills base in sensor signal processing and imaging. Made up of 7 leading Universities and 40 academic researchers the UDRC covers all types of sensor modality from handheld chemical sensors to persistent wide area surveillance systems, ensuring UDRC’s research strengths within the Sensors Signal Processing and Imaging arena.
Academic registration will open on 23rd August until 2nd September 2016.
One question, one hour, a group of academic experts – the AIMday format is unique.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the AIMday team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Quincentenary Conference Centre