Tag Archives: software

Investment in Cambridge after ARM Holdings plc

prostituée ho chi minh
site de rencontre eu
tarif prostituee espagne
rencontre musulmans clermont ferrand
rencontre france espagne football
rencontre bazancourt
rencontre femme chinoise quebec
il est des rencontres
rencontre femme objet
faire une mauvaise rencontre en anglais
song prostitute
rencontre malien france
point rencontre boe
meilleur tchat de rencontre gratuit
séphora prostituée de dieu
loisirs rencontres pau
rencontres ado lyon
bar rencontre 40 ans et plus montreal
chat sexe oise
cours de cuisine rencontre montreal
rencontres mans
rencontres 1ere année secondaire
rencontre immobiliere
prostituée villefranche
site de rencontre pendant le ramadan
rencontres homme riche
rencontres campusfrance
rencontres de la fondation louis bonduelle
rencontre sexe hauts de seine
niort rencontres photo
rencontrer des stars a new york
rencontre femme tunisie
versailles une prostituee agressée chez elle
rencontres chorales versailles 2012
ou se trouve les prostituees a rennes
sites de rencontres comparatif gratuit
rencontre du troisieme type sons
rencontre montagne grenoble
site de rencontre de femme malgache
site de rencontre complètement gratuit
rencontre avec les otaries
cauet rencontre dsk
rencontre adulte poitou charentes
rencontre dna
rencontre cavalaire sur mer
sites rencontres hommes femmes mariés
rencontre doullens
rencontre de pediatrie pratique 2012
qd chuck rencontre larry
rencontres plage lagune
questionnaire site de rencontre
site de rencontre thematique
rencontres averroes marseille
are prostitutes illegal in canada
ou trouver une prostituée a lille
souper rencontre celibataire
laisser un message sur un site de rencontre
rencontre du troisieme type temoignage
site de rencontres femmes roumaines
avis site rencontres badoo
espace rencontre annecy le vieux plan
rencontre ouest france
tchat rencontre gratuits
template site de rencontre
une rencontre inespérée yves paccalet
comment se comporter quand on rencontre un homme
chat rencontre gatineau
site de rencontre sept iles
prostituees pays de loire
femme bois colombes
topannonces fr petites annonces rencontres
sexe saint cloud
rencontre senior gratuite nice
rencontre etudiants
les rencontres de la cancérologie française 2012
affiche du film quand harry rencontre sally
rencontre francais toronto
site rencontre cancer
prostituée russe en thailande
bars paris pour faire rencontres
cafe rencontre rennes
rencontre ovni 2013
site de rencontre alternative world
rencontres indiennes en france
rencontre pour ado picardie
classement site de rencontres gratuit
rencontre femme concarneau
rencontre anjouan
site de rencontre necrophile
rencontres acteurs publics
chat fresnes
site de rencontre pour fumeur de joint
rencontre femme en tunisie
la rencontre entre julien et mme de rênal
rencontre fnau 2012
mots de rencontre amoureuse
je fit une rencontre de trente matelots
prostitute legal
site de rencontre payant montreal
blackberry app world rencontre des problemes de connection au serveur
bar rencontre lille
application rencontre gratuite android
rencontres cinema montagne 2012
ou vous etes vous rencontre
site rencontre serieux
prostituées eure et loir
prostitute company in carlisle pa
site des prostituées au senegal
rencontre roye
oumma.com rencontre
femme chatenay malabry
rencontres savenay
annonce rencontre prague
les rencontres afrique en docs
rencontre femme de roumanie
rencontres et amities
delicieuse rencontre pour lui
site de rencontre questionnaire
jessica alba rencontre
comment rencontrer une fille dans gta 5
site de rencontres dans le nord
rencontres des bourdons du sud
rencontre tram strasbourg
egypte rencontre gratuite
toutes les rencontres barcelone vs chelsea
quels sont les meilleurs sites de rencontres
clochette rencontre lizzie
rencontre sain bel
rencontres viens et vois
sites rencontres salon provence
sites de rencontres dom
paris rue prostituées
prostituée pas de calais
rencontre de femme riche a abidjan
rencontres amis des animaux
chat villefranche sur saone
rencontre fille de constantine
rencontre prince rainier grace kelly
au soleil de nos rencontres paroles
sites de rencontres sur nice
stade toulousain prochaine rencontre
ozer rencontrer
prostituées dans le loiret
site de rencontre be.com
rencontres entre cavaliers
le narrateur rencontre dans un autobus
dating femme roubaix
rencontre algerie pour mariage
regarder moi christiane f 13 ans droguée et prostituée en streaming
prostitue limoges
moi christiane f. ..13 ans droguée et prostituée blog
prijzen prostituees wallen
femme chateauroux
prostituee territoire de belfort
prostituée balma
jérémy et thibault étrange rencontre
rencontre numéro non surtaxé
rencontre feme marocaine a perpignan
rencontre senior nantes
prostituées rhone
rencontre homme mimizan
rencontres espalion
fondation rencontre la chaux de fonds
nice rencontre
new life rencontre
ebenden rencontre
meet lorient
prostituees sur autoroute
point rencontre sion
rencontre maman chartres
rencontre femme sexe fecamp
site de rencontre blazian
texte pour rencontre
rencontre geek quebec
rencontre sexe cher
les rencontres brel chartreuse
rencontres sur meetic affinity
zouk site de rencontre gratuit
rencontres personnelles tours
bar restaurant rencontres paris
rencontre supply chain
nantes bar rencontre
forum rencontre soeur musulmane
rencontres amicales mont de marsan
femmes mariées rencontres fmr
president francais prostituee
rencontres torcy
rencontre sauvage livre
rencontre économiques
one piece rencontre avec brook vf
site de rencontre ado gratuit belgique
conjugaison subjonctif rencontrer
rencontres amicales perpignan
rencontres pour jeunes 16 ans
rencontre hergnies
dating femmes montlucon
texte sur les rencontres amitié
rencontre andre lenotre
site de rencontre j dream
rencontres femmes dans les landes

HVM Graphene Conference Cambridge 2013 Programme Lineup!

HVMG13 Information | Bookings

Programme for 5 November 2013 HVMG Conference


Opening Session – Introduction & Graphene Basics: Functional Materials
10:00 Mike McCreary, Director, CIR Strategy
- Conference introduction
10:05 Professor Peter Dobson, Oxford University Nanomaterials – Chairman’s Introduction
10:20 Prof Andrea Ferrari, Cambridge University 
& Head, Cambridge Graphene Centre
Overview of the Applications of Graphene
10:35 Dr Patrick Frantz, CEO, Cambridge Graphene Platform
Low Cost Graphene & 2D Layered Material Inks for Printed Electronics
10:50 Dr Steve Thomas, CIT Ltd
Conductive materials – market uses & experiences
11:05 Panel with speakers & moderator & Prof Johnny Coleman Trinity College Dublin
11:30 Coffee break
Session 2 – Additive manufacturing, electronics, photonics
11:50 Dr Mike Banach, VP, Plastic Logic
Shaping the next industrial revolution
12:05 Dr David Brown, CTO, Canatu
Scaling of Carbon NanoBud film production for commercial apps in touch and display devices
12:20 Dr Richard van Rijn, CTO, Applied Nanolayers
High volume quality manufacture of graphene
12:30 Dr Kate Stone, Novalia
Creative printed electronics
12:35 Peter Towler, Director, BritonEMS part of OSI Electronics – What to expect from an EMS Supplier

12:40 Panel with Moderator Professor Ferrari & Dr Rob Harvey, AtomJet

13:05 Lunch and Exhibitions
Session 3 – Commercialisation Cases & other materials & applications
14:05 Dr Krzysztof Koziol, Chief Scientist, Cambridge Nanosystems Ltd
14:15 Professor Jonathan Coleman,
Layered materials: from tiny things to advanced applications
14:30 Professor Richard Palmer, Founder, Nanoscale Labs, Birmingham University
Prospects for massive scale-up from nano research in biochips & catalysis
14:50 Dr Nathan Hill, Strategy Director, National Graphene Institute – Commercialisation strategies

15:10 Panel with Moderator Del Stark CEO, Nanopro

15:30 Tea break
Final Session – Strategy for UK HVM & Graphene
16:00 Dr Jani Kivioja, Head, Nokia Research Center
Graphene – What is the commercial viability of short term applications?
16:30 Nick Coutts MA; Former IBM VP, CIR Strategy
Routes to Value for Graphene
16:40 Dr Martin Kemp, NanoKTN
Graphene commercialisation – Summary of industry consultation workshops
16:55 Professor Sir Michael Gregory CBE, Head, IfM
High Value Manufacturing Roadmaps
17:05 Panel with Professor Sir Mike Gregory CBE; Chairman’s Summary
17:30 Networking & Drinks Reception

Please contact 01223 303500 to speak to the organiser of HVMG13 directly.


Programme Lineup for Smart Homes 2013 Cambridge, 5 November

The 8th Smart Homes & Cleanpower Conference 2013 Expo (SHCP13 | Bookings) will take place at Buckingham House Conference Centre, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University CB3 0DF on 5 November 2013, and the forum will discuss the above questions in pleasant and relaxed modern conference surrounds. An excellent lineup of speakers has been arrayed covering a unique range of related topics. Generalise & thrive!
Smart Homes Conference 2013 – 5 November Cambridge

Opening Session – Connected Intelligence, Water, Energy, Things
10:00 Justin Hayward, Director, CIR Strategy, Introduction
10:05 John Riley, Head, Digital Policy Alliance, Chairman’s Opening Remarks
10:10 Bryan Lawrence, Solutions Marketing Manager, ARM Ltd Lead Sponsor
Empowering your home: realizing efficiency, comfort and security
10:25 Robert Brunbäck, CMO, Telenor Connexion AB
The Smart Home: from Vision to Reality
10:40 Ian Ellerington, Head of Innovation, DECC
Energy Innovation Programme
10:55 Steve Kaye, Head of Innovation, Anglian Water, Gold Sponsors
Innovations in water
11:05 Panel with Chair, & Marco Pisano, ESCO, followed by coffee break
Session 2 – iWATER – Water Technologies
11:40 Linda Berkshire, Anglian Water
Water & customer experience
11:50 Laurie Reynolds, Director, Aquamatix
Connecting the Water Industry to the Internet of Things
12:00 Adam Burrows, I2O Water
Under Pressure: advanced management technologies
12:10 Marcus Fowler, Tynemarch
Hands to the pump: total control software
12:20 Paul Glass, Anglian Water
In-house displays & devices for water
12:30 Panel with Steve Kaye, Head of Innovation at Anglian Water
13:00 Rapid Innovation Pitches CIR Strategy & Venture Partners
13:10 Lunch and joint networking with HVM Graphene Stream
Session 3 – iHEAT – Homes Energy & Technology
14:00 Graeme Hodgson, Project Manager, Hitachi Europe, Gold Sponsors
Strategy for  Smart Communities
14:15 Andy Nowell, Technical Director, Sentec Ltd
Home Energy metering
14:30 Andy Heaton, CEO, EnModus Ltd
Connectivity in the smart home – Winner Takes All or Horses for Courses?
14:40 Russell Haggar, CEO, Xsilon Ltd – Dependable M2M & Case Hanadu
14:50 Chris Wright, Founder, Moixa Energy – Distributed systems: time shifting DC & lighting load
15:00 Panel with Graham Ford, Mansion Partners & Tea break
Final Session – Smart Homes & IoT Entrepreneurship
15:40 Adam Gould, CEO, ARM Sensinode
Introduction to IoT for Smart Homes
16:00 Amir Chaudhry, Founder, Nymote.org
Dumb homes, smart people: generational systems for IoT
16:10 Ben Kott, CEO, EnergyDeck Ltd
A Powerful platform to reduce energy cost
16:20 Usman Haque, Founder & CEO, Umbrellium Ltd
Empowering smart citizens
16:40 Pilgrim Beart, Founder Director, AlertMe
Smart Homes At Scale
17:00 Plenary panel with John Riley, Head of UK Gov Digital Policy Alliance, then Chair Summary
17:30 Networking Drinks

8th Smart Homes & Cleanpower Conference 2013 Expo (SHCP13 | Bookings)

Please call us on 01223 303500 for bookings or more information.

Graphene: what is the reality?

The HVM Conference Series was founded in 2002, after a market research report led to an early definition of high value manufacturing.

The HVM & Graphene Conference is anchored to the large end markets such as materials, electronics, photonics, energy and biotech and tries to connect these & related markets with graphenes & related functional materials, technologies & processes.

The HVM Conference will run an edition on Graphene (HVMG13) and related functional materials on 5 November 2013 in Cambridge. The Nobel Prize has been awarded in 2010 to Geim and Novoselov for work on Graphene. The conference is interested in commercial applications of the materials. There is no interest at this long-running & grounded UK conference series in hyping the market growth derived from the materials. The interest is in the uses, availability, manufacture, timing of graphene, related materials and their market growth. The wide range of potential applications below of graphene fits well with the range of processes & end-product markets that the HVM Conference has covered over the years, such as additive manufacture & printed electronics.

This conference of the brightest, best and most experienced will take on board the below, and ask & discuss the full suite of commercialisation & opportunity prioritisation questions. The conference is sponsored by the NanoKTN, Plastic Logic & OSI Electronics. There is also participation from Cambridge University, the IfM, Cambridge Graphene Centre, the National Graphene Institute, Manchester University, Oxford University, Birmingham University, Lancaster University, Imperial College, Cambridge Graphene Platform, Cambridge Nanosystems, Applied Nanolayers, CIT, Novalia, KPMG, Heraeus Noblelight, and a number of key commercial, larger players such as Nokia Research.

Here are some of the statements and comments made by academics at a selection of learned institutions in recent years:

Graphene is a sheet of carbon atoms arrayed in a honeycomb pattern, just a single atom thick. It could be a better semiconductor than silicon.


Graphene is a material with outstanding properties that make it an excellent candidate for advanced applications in future electronics and photonics.

…graphene field-effect transistors, FETs, and …graphene monolithically integrated circuits (ICs). These graphene transistors and ICs could become essential elements in the blossoming fields of wireless communications, sensing, and imaging.

…impressive photonic properties of graphene. The light–graphene interaction can be adjusted using an electric field or chemical dopant, making graphene-based photonic devices tunable. (Applications such as)…fast photodetectors, optical modulators, far-infrared filters, polarizers, and electromagnetic wave shields. These graphene photonic devices could find various applications in optical communications, infrared imaging, and national security.

IBM Watson Research Center


Graphene is the thinnest known material in the universe and the strongest ever measured. Graphene can sustain current densities six orders of magnitude higher than that of copper…record thermal conductivity and stiffness, is impermeable to gases, and reconciles such conflicting qualities as brittleness and ductility.



Recent discoveries have provided simple methods for preparing lab-scale samples to study graphene. A number of techniques have emerged that show promise for producing large-scale samples with the ultimate goal of developing devices that take advantage of graphene’s unusual properties. As large samples become available, the possibility grows for applications of this material in solar cell technology (as flexible, transparent electrodes), in composites material development, and in electronic devices.



…those properties (of graphene/graphene oxides) can be exploited in several applications such as photo-catalysts (degradation of pollutants)…

Nokia Research


(We study) thermal transport properties of graphene…applications of controlling heat at nanoscale.

The thermal conductivity can be tuned dramatically by the graphene filler concentration.

Graphene-based composites are potentially promising as thermal interface materials (for) modern heat management in many industrial applications.



The HVM Graphene 2013 Conference is co-located with the ARM sponsored Smart Homes & Cleanpower 2013 Conference, in its 8th year, which takes in Heat, Water and Connected devices/IoT Sessions for an excellent set of crossovers around energy, heat, storage, electronics, and data. Delegates of  one conference may move freely between both conference rooms for a rich, inspiring and productive experience on the day.

To attend HVM Graphene 2013, simply email (graphene@hvm-uk.com) with your name, affiliation & contact details, and the organisers will do the necessary (pricing is on the webpage linked above).

This blog entry was researched and compiled by Dr Justin Hayward MBA and Conference Director.

iHeat, iWater, iWaste: all together now!

The HEAT Conference has been running since 2007 annually and you can join it via here. Each year it has covered a different set of topics within home energy technologies, including solar PV, lighting, passivhaus & MMC. This year is the exciting turn of iHEAT or intelligent heating systems for smart home/building automation.

The aim of this private-sector led conference, which is sponsored by global chip designer ARM Holdings plc, MNC Schneider Electric, fast-track SME AlertMe Ltd and startup accumulator tank company Galu Ltd, is to show how to optimise and automate heating so that consumers who have shown themselves to be less than engaged with esoteric dials and displays, can now live their normal lifestyles in the safe knowledge that they are spending as little as possible on heating, and emitting the least possible carbon for that lifestyle. What could be simpler and more to the point?

So come to Cambridge University, CB3 0DF, on 13 November at 09:30 to see how this is done! With 6 years of successful gatherings under this heading, and a clear and coherent aim for the 2012 edition of iHEAT, it is a conference to enjoy and relish.

What is more is that this year, in order to complete this cleantech series that began in 2007, there will be a separate conference, led inter alia by Anglian Water, WIN and UKWIR, called iWater & iWaste 2012. Registration is at the same site here, as iHEAT above. As these names suggest, the topics will cover core cleantech areas of how new water technologies and product innovations can help enable water utility buyers to improve their services to consumers and businesses.

Led by Anglian Water, half of the day will be devoted to another related core cleantech issue of waste-as-resource. Waste-to-energy (W2E) or energy from waste (EfW) will be covered in one session, another will look into more general closing of loops, reuse and resource efficiency, and how profits can be made in so doing. A final panel will look at how the sectors of water, waste and energy can learn from each other in coming up with significant and infrastructural level change. Examples could be the application of communications standards from electrical metering systems to gas and water, new types of gas being directed into the grid, and industrial symbiosis.

Networking between the two conferences will be joint, with a combined exhibition and buffet lunch.

The date for the iHEAT, iWATER and iWASTE Conferences is 13 November 2012 at Cambridge Universiry CB3 0DF. Book now for the conference at www.cir-strategy.com/events/register or you can book at 01223 303500.



Join the High Value Manufacturing Conference 10th Anniversary

How time flies! That’s almost 10 years since the inaugural HVM Conference in 2002. This year the date for the 10th Anniversary HVM Conference is 14 November, organised by CIR Strategy, the Cambridge-based strategy consultancy. With an all keynote lineup, this year’s decade anniversary festivities promise to be super. But what will be talked about at the celebration of this 10 birthday?

It will be an opportunity for private sector companies to discuss their strategy alongside other private sector companies and supply chain companies offering routes to market for products, and experts & service providers whose companies can add value. An ideal mix!

Cambridge has punched well above its weight in technology and innovation, with a cluster of over 800 genuine innovators, and this is mirrored in High Value Manufacturing. HVM is the present and the future of industry in the UK. HVM companies can make and market difficult-to-make, well-designed, IPR-rich products to global markets, scale quickly, reinvest in their own product development pipeline and spawn new emergent industries.

This is why this conference came into being 10 years ago, with a meeting bringing together such companies as Plastic Logic, CDT, Xaar, and Inca Digital. While the share of services in our economy has continued to rise to around 87%, the value of manufacturing as an anchor to the economy has grown, and its presence enables some of the services businesses that are created.

On 14 November, HVM companies young and old will come together and we’ll discuss segments such as printed electronics, 3D deposition, electronics & sensors, regenerative medecine, nanomaterials, chemicals, nuclear, and core manufacturing needs such as CNC, precision forging, sheet forming, folding and so on.

The 100-strong director level group will discuss trends and drivers, R&D, the economy, investment, government influence & limitations, competitiveness, competencies, processes & products, servitisation, growth strategies and several case studies.

What does UK HVM landscape look like now? What will UK HVM look like in the future? Who are the key private sector players: large and SME companies and investors and channels to market? How has success been achieved by some? What are the barriers to growing HVM companies in the UK?

“I’m very proud of our modest influence on our UK manufacturing segment in terms of high level discussions and reporting during the last decade.” said Justin Hayward, Consultant and Conference Director. “It seems to me that there are great opportunities for those who dare.”

The speaking and panel lineup for the day is building rapidly now and includes

Chair for day: Professor Sir Mike Gregory CBE
Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister (invited)
Indro Mukherjee, CEO Plastic Logic
Ray Southam, CEO Tonejet

Phil O’Donovan, Founder Cambridge Silicon Radio plc

Billy Boyle, Founder Owlstone Technologies
Richard Archer, former CEO TAP Biosystems
Tony Abri, MD, BritonEMS
Nathan Hill, Qi3 Accelerator
Will Barton, TSB Lead HVM
Dick Elsy, CEO HVM Catapult tbc
Nigel Brown OBE, IQ Capital
Sir Michael Marshall CBE, Owner, Marshall Group
Panel: Lord Sainsbury of Turville, Chancellor Cambridge University, Former Minister Innovation, Matthew Bullock, Former CEO NPBS