Global greats gather for ARM Research Summit
Science and technology pioneers from Google, Microsoft Research, AstraZeneca and world-leading research centres in computer science evangelise game-changing technology trends at a Cambridge summit in September.
They are being brought together by Cambridge superchip architect ARM for the second annual ARM Research Summit. It will be held at Robinson College from September 11-13. Last year’s event attracted more than 200 attendees.
The event is a technical conference and talks will explore future trends and disruptive technologies across all sectors of computing. The theme for this year’s summit is ‘Computing for the Connected World’.
The three-day multi-track programme will include talks from leaders in their research fields, demonstrations, workshops, posters, networking opportunities and the chance for attendees to interact and discuss projects with members of ARM Research.
It is an opportunity to hear from some of the most pioneering minds in technical research from leading universities and organisations from around the world.
An ARM spokesperson said: “Over the course of the summit you will have the opportunity to attend more than 100 talks on topics across all disciplines, including architecture, security, memory and interconnect, future trends in silicon, machine learning, and emerging and disruptive technologies.
“The ARM Research Summit brings together academics and researchers from all disciplines, encouraging discussion and frequently lively debate. We aim to grow partnerships and collaborations that will shape the digital world as we know it and into the future.
“Whether you are currently working on a project, or you have an interesting new idea to explore, the summit presents a unique opportunity for you to gain instant peer feedback from experts in all fields of computing.”
The call for presentations has now closed but it is still possible to submit a poster proposal for the event. Early bird registration closes June 30 and only a limited number of tickets remain available. For more information about the event visit http://bit.ly/2rwHa8N