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4th Graphene & New Materials Conference | 15th anniversary HVM Conference 2017 Cambridge, UK - co-located


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2 November, 2017, Cambridge Executive Conference Centre Building at Robinson College
Corporate Executive Briefing Day | Showcase | Tech Department visits | Dinner (sold out)

3 November 2017, Cambridge Executive Conference Centre Building
15th Anniversary HVM Business Conference and 4th Graphene & New Materials Business Conference - merged into a double-stream Summit | Showcase
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AGENDA - DAY 1 EXECUTIVE BRIEFING DAY 2017 Cambridge 2 November 0930-1700


  • Session I a.m.

    Introduction with Dr Tim Minshall, Inaugural Dr John C Taylor Professor of Innovation, IfM Cambridge; Professor Krzysztof Koziol, Cranfield University and Nick Coutts MA, CIR & Imperial RCA


    Science and tech update 1

    HVM & OI - Manufacturing: Are we undergoing a ‘4th Industrial Revolution’?


    Science and tech update 2

    New Materials & Graphene


    Katarzyna Sokol, Researcher, nanoDTC Cambridge | Latest top 5 breakthroughs and research in energy storage 2D materials


    Nick Coutts - How we prioritise barriers to adoption & identify opportunities

  • Networking break with coffee

  • Session II a.m.

    Enabling technology & industry 4.0 updates - moderated by Professor Lynn Martin, Professor, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, ARU & HRI

  • Data Analytics & AI

    Madhuban Kumar, CEO, Metafused | Artificial Intelligence and Automation: Jobs today and tomorrow

  • Connectivity

    Dr Sandra Stincic Clarke, Principal Researcher, BT Research

  • Energy storage & 2D materials

    Dr Mel Loveridge, WMG | How Can 2D Materials Advance Energy Storage? | Bio-inspired Graphene composite electrodes for Advanced Energy Storage

  • Graphene Oxide Applications

    Cameron Day, Technical Materials Specialist, William Blythe Graphene Oxide: Optimisation for Industrial Applications

  • Lunch

    Networking, meetings and showcase

  • Session III p.m.

    Innovation

  • Automation, analytics & machine Learning

    Dr Alexandra Brintrup, University Lecturer in Digital Manufacturing IfM Cambridge

  • Machine Learning and Self-Drive Cars

    Dr Alex Kendall, University of Cambridge Research Fellow in Computer Vision and Robotics | Artificial Intelligence: The opportunities for robotics

  • Case study on Advanced Materials & HVM

    Harry Swan, Managing Director, Thomas Swan | From Concorde to Composites: our Graphene story

  • Networking break with tea

  • Session IV p.m.

  • Stakeholders & Value Network

    Session Led by Nick Coutts MA w/ a short talk on Engaging with End Users by Tara Button, author | Inputs from government agency KTN / InnovateUK and standards organisation BSI

  • Dinner at King’s, Cambridge (fully booked)

    Networking


Day 2 - Plenary Stream 1 - 15th Anniversary HVM Conference & 4th Graphene and New Materials Business Conference 2017 Cambridge - 3 November 2017


Day 2 - Stream 2 - 15th Anniversary HVM Business Conference 2017 Cambridge - 3 November 2017


  • Session I Plenary: Introduction & Aerospace & Space - 9:30am - 11:00am

    Distinguished Panel Chaired by Professor Sir Mike Gregory CBE

  • Introduction - Dr Justin Hayward M.Math MBA, Cambridge Investment Research

  • Brief addresses
    Professor Sir Alec Broers FRS Grand Challenges for Industry
    Sir Michael Marshall, President, Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Actively Living Within the Cambridge Phenomenon



  • Professor Andrea Ferrari, Director, Cambridge Graphene Centre

  • Dr James Baker, Director, National Graphene Institute & GEIC


  • Eur Ing Martin Agnew CEng MIET MIEEE, R & T Mgmt, Airbus D & S | How 2-D & Nano-materials & HVM could help AeroSpace/Space fly better

  • Peter Hansen, Engineering Manager, Haydale Graphene Composites (Session Sponsors) Graphene in composite materials: the development of industrial applications

  • Panel with speakers

  • Coffee break

    Networking

  • Session II: Energy Storage, Energy & heat transfer - 11:30am - 1:00pm

    Batteries: key enabler focus

  • Adrian de Ferranti, Partner, EnergiNest Thermal Energy Storage: the missing link to harvest full renewable energy potential

  • Dr Siva Bohm, CTO, Talga Resources Graphene materials: a key role in upcoming industrial high value products

  • Dr Gerry Agnew, Chief Technical Adviser, Rolls-Royce Senior Fellow, Rolls Royce FCS | Energy Storage: Ready for take off?

  • Panel moderated by Graham Ford MA, Mansion Ecopartners, with speakers

  • Lunch

    Networking, meetings and showcase - both streams

  • Session III:Healthcare, biotech & biomedical - 2:00pm - 3:30pm

    Materials, nanotech & AI for health

  • Introduction - Aline Charpentier, Business Development, One Nucleus

  • Dr Laura Ferguson, Director, CapitalCell | Equity crowdfunding: The future of healthcare finance?

  • Dr Ruchi Sharma, CEO, Stemnovate | Liver on a chip: Bioengineering for novel drug development

  • Dr Alexandra Grigore, Co-Founder & Director of Innovation, Simprints | Enabling healthcare: solving the identity bottleneck

  • Panel with speakers moderated by One Nucleus and CBPartners

  • Tea break

    Networking

  • Session IV Plenary: Sensors & Devices - 4.00pm - 5.25pm

    Key Market Enabler Focus

  • Investor talk - Andrew Williamson, Investment Director, Cambridge Innovation Capital

  • Sabesan Sithamparanathan, CEO, PervasID

  • Scott White, CEO, PragmatIC Printing | Reinventing RFID: cost, usability, and scalability

  • Innovation talk - Dr Phil O’Donovan, Co-founder CSR CSR: Innovation to Global Scale-Up

  • Panel with speakers
    Chair/moderator: Professor Sir Mike Gregory CBE

  • Networking

    Close

Venues


The brand new Cambridge Robinson College Executive Conference Wordsworth Building, Cambridge, England - state-of-art auditorium near West Cambridge site and town centre; excellent, bright, relaxed, high level networking & exhibition spaces, meeting areas, great food, plentiful coffee & drinks - lovely gardens and terrace adjacent.

The beautiful King’s College, Cambridge for dinner (fully booked).

Event hotel is a 4* hotel on the river Cam.

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