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Technology Innovation Forums

ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION FORUMS

UCL Advances hosts regular Technology Innovation Forum events on a variety of subjects and to provide networking opportunities for business leaders and investors to engage with the highest quality research leaders and exponents of leading technologies. These events focus on science led innovation and future technologies.

These events attract a rich mix of stakeholders, both in terms of field of interest (industry or discipline) and perspective (researchers, users, investors). The purpose of the events is to stimulate new interactions - particularly between communities that haven't engaged before - which may lead to new relationships, collaborations, and commercial products for the benefit of society.

PAST TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION FORUMS

The Future of Telecoms & Convergent Media

Telecoms and Convergent Media

How will new telecommunications technologies develop? Where will the social, economic and legal barriers between digital and real-world lives break-down? Where will the innovations in new media take us?

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The Future of Sport

Technology Innovation Forum

The focus of the event was on UCL’s contribution and involvement in sports and drew a broad audience representing academia, business and investors.

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The Future of Finance

Technology Innovation Forum

This event proved to be a cutting edge round table debate exploring viable solutions for the current financial crisis.

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The Future of Medicine

Introduction by Prof. Mike Spyer

Experts from industry and academia urged policy changes to integrate new medical technologies more quickly into the European healthcare system.

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The Future of Energy & Sustainability

Showcase at the Future of Energy & Sustainability TIF event

This event drew together a broad audience representing academia, established companies, start-ups and investors to discuss the Future of Energy & Sustainability.

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The Future of Imaging

Research Opportunities Session: Imaging by Compressive Sensing: A 1-Pixel Camera & Beyond, Kevin Kelly (Rice University, USA)

This was UCL's first Technology Innovation Forum event and drew an impressive turnout with over 200 attendees representing academia, established companies, start-ups and investors. 

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