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Programme

09:00-09:25 Registration, coffee and pastries
09:25-09:30 Opening Statement: Sensor Student Showcase
09:30-09:55  Dr Jack Kreindler
Centre for Health and Human Performance

09:55-10:20

Andrew Dutton
Delta-T Devices
10:20-10:35 Carolina Orozco (2nd year PhD)
Department of Chemistry,
University of Cambridge
10:35-11:15 

Showcase Session and Coffee

11:15-11:40

Dr Andrew Pike
Teledyne-e2v

11:40-12:05 Professor Jason Ralph
Electrical Engineering and Electronics
University of Liverpool
12:05-12:20  Fergus Riche (3rd year PhD)
Department of Engineering,
University of Cambridge
12:20-12:30

David Paul - Magna (CDT Sponsor)
Panel Discussion Poll

12:30-13:30

Showcase Session and Lunch

13:30-14:40 Flash Talks (Prize for best flash talk)
3 min + 1 min Q&A x 15 talks
14:40-15:00

Showcase Session and Refreshments

15:00-16:15

Panel Discussion: 'The Ethics of Sensing'
Panel Chair: Andrew Stretton (3rd year PhD)
Panelists:

  • Professor Jason Ralph (University of Liverpool Electrical Engineering)
  • Dr Julian Huppert (Director of Jesus College Intellectual Forum, MP for Cambridge 2010-15)
  • Dr Rebecca Davnall (University of Liverpool Philosophy)
  • Dr Giuliana Di Martino (Winton Advanced Research Fellow, University of Cambridge Physics)
16:15-16:30 Closing remarks and prizes
16:30-16:45 Group photography
16:45-18:00 Drinks reception and team formation for quiz
18:00- Quiz, food and drinks
ALL WELCOME!

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Industry Lecture: How to build a deep-tech startup

Feb 19, 2019

Johnson Matthey Lecture Theatre (LT2), Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Philippa Fawcett Drive, Cambridge CB3 0AS

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