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Director of the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
Lecturer in Swarm Robotics
CEO & Co-Founder
Designer in Residence
Professor of Physics
Head of Human Locomotion Laboratory
Senior Lecturer in Bioengineering
Lecturer in Digital Health
Royal Society Industry Fellow
Founder and Academic Director
Professor of Microengineering
Senior Clinical Research Associate
Senior Lecturer, Department of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering
Virtual Reality & High-end Visualisation Technical Lead
Researcher and Lecturer
With smart textiles we can "download new colours or patterns" to our clothes, said Francesca Rosella, Creative Director at CuteCircuit. "By embedding nanotechnology into fabrics, we can create "smart textiles" that are conductive, or even computational. Now through nanotechnology, some fabric can be coated with particles of silver or gold to become a conductive fabric.
QuantuMDx has a working prototype for a device intended to quickly test a sample of blood, sputum or even tumor cells for genetic markers that provide information to guide a doctor's decisions on how to treat a patient. "We want to put a full diagnostic test into the palms of health professionals' hands," said Elaine Warburton.
Chris Green and a team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created a drone that can float on water and communicate with other drones via the cloud. The team behind the project hope that the drones can be used to test the cleanliness of water.
The main objective of BioMot, the project José Luis Pons is leading on, is to improve existing wearable robotic exoskeletons exploiting dynamic sensory-motor interactions and developing cognitive capabilities that can lead to symbiotic gait behaviour in the interaction of a human with a wearable robot.
Dr Vanessa Diaz and the medical researchers at the DISCIPLUS project want to create a future where every person has a virtual twin: 3D-modelled versions of medical patients that will exist in hospital databases to aid doctors in treating patients. Your virtual twin could be predicting your medical treatments in the future.
The Portable Eye Examination Kit (Peek) aims to improve opthalmic health in low-income countries by adapting smartphones with clip-on hardware and an app. Mario Giardini will share news on how the app scans eyes to help combat blindness.
Simon Schultz and his research team aim to understand how information is processed by brain circuitry to benefit society in two ways: to understand and treat brain disorders such as Alzheimers and to extracting basic principles of information processing that can be used to build better machines: new parallel computing architectures.
Prof. Eric Yeatman is working on how micro technologies can increase the intelligence of systems in our personal and industrial environments to put intelligence into our future cities.
Research on swarming robots may lead to the use of tiny nanobots for micro-medicine - swarms of miniature drones that could attack harmful pathogens in the human body with microscopic precision. "We are developing Artificial Intelligence to control robots in a variety of ways," said Roderich Gross, head of the University of Sheffield's Natural Robotics Lab.
Discover cutting-edge technologies on the horizon from the world's leading innovators & scientists. Learn from experts in emerging technologies such as smart materials, sensors, IOT, robotics, renewable energy, personalised medicine and future cities.
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24 September 2015, London
The RE.WORK Future Technology Summit takes on a new format with not one but multiple tracks of breakthrough science & technology. The event will showcase entrepreneurship, science and technology within Energy, Healthcare, Robotics, Deep Learning & AI and Cities and the potential to tackle some of the world’s greatest challenges.
24 September 2015, London
The Deep Learning Innovation Summit is the next revolution in artificial intelligence. Explore the impact of image & speech recognition as a disruptive trend in business and industry. How can multiple levels of representation and abstraction help to make sense of data such as images, sound, and text.
12 November 2015, San Francisco
The RE.WORK Connect Summit brings together experts in IOT, the connected car, wearables, smart textiles, quantified self, smart factories & much more from the world's leading companies & innovative startups. We're exploring the convergence of software & hardware as the physical & virtual are blurring together.