EMiT 2015 - A 2 day Emerging Technology Conference
09 Jun 2015
EMiT 2015 is an informative, local opportunity for University of Manchester Researchers and Postgraduate students.
The EMiT (EMerging Technology) conference series brings together experts from all areas of computing, to examine how to best take advantage of the changing landscape of computer hardware and overcome research barriers for various fields. Building on the success of EMiT 2014 here at the University of Manchester, EMiT 2015 is expanding to a 2-day event at The Place Aparthotel on Ducie Street, Manchester.
This year, some of the topics covered are:
- New microprocessor chips
- New techniques to accelerate research
- Low energy computing
With more topics to to follow.
- Prof. Stephen Furber (The University of Manchester)
- Prof. Laura Grigori (Inria)
- Dr John Linford (ParaTools Inc)
- Dr Filippo Mantovani (Mont-Blanc Project)
There are also an additional 16 presentations covering a wide variety of topics.
Over the two days, there will be international speakers and major vendors including Intel and HP. It's an excellent networking opportunity and a chance for researchers to engage and perhaps get sponsorship deals or detailed support. There is also free training on the following two days.
The two-day event includes food and a conference dinner, and costs just £150, or £99 for students (including Postgraduates).
To find out more about the 2015 event of this increasingly popular series, visit the EMiT website.
EMiT - Accelerating today's computing using tomorrow's technology.