Full programme 2 weeks to 5th HVM New Materials & Graphene 2019 Cambridge

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CIR is delighted to announce the exciting full programme for the 5th HVM New Materials & Graphene 2019 in Cambridge in just two weeks on 6th and 7th November. It includes excellent talks from Versarien, Darktrace, William Blythe, Pragmatic, BioBit, Astra Zeneca, Graphene@Manchester, Cambridge Graphene Centre, Cranfield, Imperial Grantham, UKBIC, Airbus Space, Space Catapult, NVIDIA AI and many more

CIR is delighted to announce the exciting full programme for the 5th HVM New Materials & Graphene 2019 in Cambridge in just two weeks on 6th and 7th November. It includes excellent talks from Versarien, Darktrace, William Blythe, Pragmatic, BioBit, Astra Zeneca, Graphene@Manchester, Cambridge Graphene Centre, Cranfield, Imperial Grantham, UKBIC, Airbus Space, Space Catapult, NVIDIA AI and many more

CIR is delighted to announce the exciting full programme for the 5th HVM New Materials & Graphene 2019 in Cambridge in just two weeks on 6th and 7th November. It includes excellent talks from Versarien, Darktrace, William Blythe, Pragmatic, BioBit, Astra Zeneca, Marks & Clerk, Graphene@Manchester, Cambridge Graphene Centre, Cranfield, Imperial Grantham, UKBIC, Airbus Space, Space Catapult, Aurelius Environmental, CAMjet, Omnagen, NVIDIA AI, Cambridge Innovation Capital and many more.

Organisers would like to thank sponsors Versarien, Darktrace, William Blythe, and Potter Clarkson, Marks & Clerk, Basck, Adaptive Instruments.

Key themes are the use of novel materials and 4IR tech such as machine learning to solve problems across industrials and grand challenges of mobility, ageing population and clean growth.

Day 1: Technology Executive Briefing, 6th Nov

10.30-11.00 Registration and networking

Session 1

11.00-13.00 Introduction + Industrials

11.00 - 11.15 Chair's Opening Remarks

11.15 - 11.35 Professor Andrea Ferrari, Director, Cambrdge Graphene Centre “Developments in Graphenes”

11:35 - 11:55 Professor Kryzystof Koziol, Cranfield & Cambridge Nanosystems "Brief sprint through functional and 2D advanced materials for industrials” 

11:55 - 12.05 Mash-Hud Iqbal, Partner, Marks and Clerk "IPR and materials innovation"

12.05 - 12.25 Professor Richard Wilding, Cranfield University “The flexibility of supply chains with EV/materials case studi

12.25 - 12.40 Dr Richard Price, CTO, PragmatIC Printing “Revolutionising electronics in everyday items"

12.40 - 13.00 Discussion & Q&A Moderators Dr Andrea Lorenz C-Tec

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch

Session 2

14.00 - 15.15 Clean growth, mobility, battery technologies 

14.00 - 14.15 Dr Athan Fox, CTIO, Aurelius Environmental "Journey of the molecule: from waste to paste"

14.15 - 14.30 Dr Estel Bray, Head of Research, Space Catapult

14.30 - 14.45 Dr Madeleine Morris, Imperial College Grantham "EnergyREV sprints and storage local energy systems” 

14.45 - 15.00 Martin Agnew, R&T Leader, Airbus "Challenges for materials and ML in space"

15.00 - 15.15 Panel moderated by Dr Jeff Hardy, Imperial College

Tea break 15.15 - 15.45

Session 3

15.45 - 16.55 Data, ML & security technology for industry

15.45 – 16.00 Dr Erwin Frank Schultz, IBM Energy “Briefing on Digital Twins: what are they and why should we care”

16.00 - 16.20 NVIDIA AI "The ML Use Cases across key industrial sectors"

16.20 – 16.40 Eleanor Weaver, Technical Director, Darktrace Industrial, “Using AI for Real-Time Threat Detection”

16.40 -17.00 Session Q&A led by Moderator, Mike Handley, CEO, PolyChord

17.00 Close for Day

Dinner at King's College Cambridge

Day 2: Innovation Conference, 7th Nov

09.00 - 09.30 Registration and networking

Session 1 09.30 - 11.00 Introduction

09.50 - 10.05 Conference Introduction & chair's Introduction (GES)

10.05 - 10.20 James Baker, CEO, Graphene@Manchester (confirmed) "Graphene, the route to commercialisation from the lab to the market place”

10:20 - 10:30 Dr Jennifer Peake, William Blythe “Graphene and other materials" Health & ageing population mini-session

10.30 - 10.45 Dr PingPing Ni, Astra Zeneca, ”AI /ML challenges in Clinical”

10.45 - 11.00 Dr Thomas Moreau, Head of Research, BitBio “Advanced human cell manufacture by cellular programming"

11.10 - 11.30 Panel with moderator Dr Claire Button, Fusion Biomed

Coffee break 11.30 - 12.00 

Session 2

12.00 - 13.10 Storage & battery innovation for Mobility

12.00 - 12.10 Professor Vasant Kumar, Cambridge University "A brief sprint through battery technologies"

12.10 - 12.20 Dr Rumen Tomov, CJET Ltd “Novel storage and battery materials” 12.30 - 12.45 Leading car firm “Our challenges in smart mobility for materials"

12.45 - 13.10 Panel moderated by Isobel Sheldon, UK Battery Industrialisation Centre

13.10 - 14.10 Lunch Networking in showcase area

Session 3

14.10 - 15.40 Industrials and investment

14.10 - 14.30 Neill Ricketts, CEO, Versarien plc & 2DTech “Advanced materials for industrials”

14.30 - 14.50 Emily Orton, CMO, Darktrace, "Cyber AI : a new era of defence”

14.50 - 15.10 Dr Siva Bohm, CTO, Cambridge Advanced Materials “Graphene materials: a key role in upcoming industrial energy storage, mobility and industrial products”

15.10 - 15.30 Dr Andrew Williamson, Director, Cambridge Innovation Capital “investing in materials and 4IR technologies”

15.30 - 15.45 Panel with moderator Dr Andrea Lorenz, CTEC and Ken Omersa CEO of Omnagen, a clean energy innovator

15.45 - 15.55 Chair closing remarks

15.55 Summit Close and coffee networking until 16.30

Contact Maya Stancheva on 07720047402 for a 10% discount for Cambridge Wireless members for one or both days of the conference. We hope you'll book soon and join us at this 5th HVM New Materials conference.

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