Actions and Detail Panel
Physical and Digital Science South
Tue 28 March 2017, 10:00 – 16:30 BST
This is the second networking event for the Physical and Digital Science South Network. We will be continuing the discussion and planning around opportunities for the research community in the region.
This workshop will focus on the cross-cutting impact that the Circular Economy philosophy is having, and will continue to have, on all aspects of the Physical and Digital world.
Goals for the meeting
Participants will share and learn about some key initiaitves that are unfolding in the region. We will consider some the forthcoming funding opportunities that are available for the topics being discussed. The ultimate goal for the meeting is to outline a viable plan that we can develop to take forwards the ideas captured.
10:00 - 10:30: Registration and refreshments
10:30 - Welcome and Introductions - Jeremy Frey (20 mins)
10:50 - Report back on first workshop & emergent themes: (80 mins)
- First workshop summary – Jeremy Frey (10 mins)
- Talk to Lab – Nicola Knight (30 mins inc. demo and questions)
- Manufacturing for the Future event report – Steve Brewer (10 mins)
- Slide Library – Sami Kanza (15 mins)
- Smart Cities and living labs – Steve Brewer (5 mins)
- Bournemouth University visit report (10 mins)
12:10 - Reports from members on related work (20 mins)
- EDISON EU project - http://edison-project.eu/ - Steve Brewer (20 mins)
12:30 - Light lunch provided
13:30 - Reports from members on related work (30 mins)
- European Open Science Cloud - https://eoscpilot.eu/ - Juan Bicarregui - STFC, RAL (20 mins)
- TBC (10 mins)
14:00 - Identified new funding opportunities
(UK and EU, H2020), Govt. strategies (Industrial and Digital etc.) etc. - development of potential plans
15:00 - tea and coffee
15:20 - summary of agreed plans and actions, wrap up
16:30 - Ends
Who should attend
Research leaders focused on data science, manufacturing, digital economy, digitalisation/digitisation, circular economy, disruptive technology and business transformation in the consortium region which is defined below.
Digital and Physical Science South aims to trigger a number of actions relating to the relationship between the digital and physical in a number of key areas particularly those that are aligned to the Government's Digital and Industrial Strategies. For this meeting the aim is to push the Circula Ecomomy as well as digital agenda. We envisage that the seeds for future collaobrative activities, including bids for funding, from the participants and others will emerge from the workshop.
The event is being hosted by:
Professor Jeremy Frey, University of Southampton
Steve Brewer, University of Southampton (organisation)
Please see map above before embarking on your journey. The event takes place at the University of Southampton's Wide Lane Sports Ground which is conveniently located next to Southampton Airport and Southampton Parkway railway station. If travelling by train, do not get out at Southampton Central.
The Creative Digital doodle above is by Natalia Talkowska at http://www.natalkadesign.com/ who will be capturing our ideas as they emerge through out the meeting.