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FIRED-UP - Faculty Industry Research Engagement Day, Faculty of Science and Engineering


Date: 6 November 2019   Time: 09:00 - 18:00

The Faculty of Science and Engineering at Queen Mary University of London will be showcasing its research excellence to specially invited innovative and R&D oriented companies at the Faculty Industrial Research Engagement Day (FIRED-UP) on 6th November 2019. The MRI's Dr Ana Jorge Sobrido will be giving a talk on “New Sustainable Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion Technologies”

You must register to attend this event at the link below.

The event will:
provide you with cutting-edge insight into leading R&D and new technologies
give an overview of the UK funding landscape and funding opportunities available
broaden your network and enable you to make meaningful connections
highlight the resources, skills and facilities available at Queen Mary to support your business.

Programme Agenda

9:00-9:30 - Registration / Tea, Coffee & pastries

9:30-11:15 - Keynote Speakers

11:15-11:45 - Refreshments and Networking

11:45-13:00 - Parallel thematic sessions:
* Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data
* Life Science Innovation
* Intelligent Infrastructure
* Sustainable Energy and Environments

13:00-14:00 - Lunch and Showcase: Posters and demonstrations

14:00-15:30 - Routes of Engagement & Case studies

15:30-16:55 - Networking drinks and Showcase: Posters and demonstrations

16:55-17:00 - Closing summary – How to take things forward.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
- Paul Mason, Director - Responsive Programmes, Innovate UK
- Sajad Haq, Chief Scientist - QinetiQ
- Philippa Lloyd, VP Policy & Strategic Partnerships, Queen Mary
- Professor Wen Wang - Vice-Principal and Executive Dean (Science & Engineering), Queen Mary on “The Faculty of Science and Engineering”
- Jan Taylor, Senior Portfolio Manager, EPSRC on “University & Business Engagement

Register at the link below:

Location:  The Octagon, Queens' Building, Mile End Campus, Queen Mary University of London E1 4NS