Expression of Interest

Following a competitive process, we are proud to announce that the Network Plus Smart Industry Workshop will be hosted by Nottingham Trent University. The workshop titled “Recent Advances in Industrial Digitalisation, Robotics and Automation”, will take place between 9th – 11th January 2019 at Nottingham Trent University. The workshop is funded by Connected Everything.

Computing and communication systems are advancing at an incredible pace with recent advances achieving effective and ubiquitous results at all levels of modern society. The current stage of globalisation, a.k.a Globalisation 3.0 means that science, scientists, manufacturing and operators are even more distributed across a global geographical span rather than locally.

As industrial systems and processes evolve, research students and early career researchers in computer science, engineering and manufacturing must keep up to date with how computational intelligence, machine learning and connected devices are helping to shape the future of our smart industry.

The aim of this workshop is to present rigorous scientific advances accompanied by real-world applications in the areas of Industrial Digitisation, Robotics and Automation. This will include presentations of recent advances in tools and techniques for the design and development of embodiments for the smart industry. In a smart industry, devices not only react to events through sensing, interpretation and service provision but also learn and adapt their operation and services over time. These embodiments employ contextual information when available, as well as offering unobtrusive and intuitive interfaces.

We bring key academic and industry experienced speakers to inform and inspire the future generations of roboticists and cybernetic experts. This workshop will bring a multidisciplinary audience interested in understanding Computational Intelligence and Cognitive Robotics by considering ideas and topics presented by our prestige set of speakers.

30 free scholarships have now been offered to  30 PhD students and early-career researchers.

For other participants interested to attend this workshop and not eligible to apply for the above scholarship, the following registration fees apply.

  • Student Registration –  £225.00
  • Regular Registration –  £275.00
  • Late Student Registration –  £275.00
  • Late Regular Registration –  £325.00

Deadline for the early registration is 14 December 2018.

All participants must register.

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