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Read more at: CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: 'Consumer Healthcare - Finding Research that Changes the World', Tom Watt, Claudia Maw, Philip James, GSK Consumer Healthcare

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: 'Consumer Healthcare - Finding Research that Changes the World', Tom Watt, Claudia Maw, Philip James, GSK Consumer Healthcare

Wednesday, 4 May, 2022 - 14:00

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture Wednesday, May 4 2022 14:00 CGC Seminar Room, Electrical Engineering Building, Cambridge and online Consumer Healthcare - Finding Research that Changes the World Speakers: Philip James, Claudia Maw, Tom Watt GSK Consumer Healthcare Abstract In research it's easy to see the next technical...


Read more at: CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: 'Developments in Smart Infrastructure and Construction', Dr Jennifer Schooling, Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC)

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: 'Developments in Smart Infrastructure and Construction', Dr Jennifer Schooling, Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC)

Wednesday, 30 March, 2022 - 13:00

The increasing ability of data means that we are now in a position to monitor and understand our infrastructure and cities as never before. But what data should we collect? How should we manage and analyse it? How do we decide where to invest limited resources into sensing systems, novel technologies and data analytics? These questions and others like them have been at the heart of research at the Cambridge Centre from Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC) for the last decade. Jennifer will present some of the projects CSIC has delivered with industry partners which demonstrate the potential that data has to transform the way we plan, design, deliver, manage and operate our infrastructure systems.


Read more at: CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: '3D Printing and Biofabrication for Healthcare and Sustainability,' Dr Shery Huang, University of Cambridge

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: '3D Printing and Biofabrication for Healthcare and Sustainability,' Dr Shery Huang, University of Cambridge

Wednesday, 23 February, 2022 - 13:00

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture Wednesday, February 23rd 2022 13:00 (online) 3D Printing and Biofabrication for Healthcare and Sustainability Speaker: Dr Yan Yan Shery Huang FIMMM, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge Dr. Huang is currently an Associate Professor in Bioengineering, in the Department of Engineering, and a Fellow of Homerton College, at University of Cambridge. She completed her MEng degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Imperial College London, and then a PhD degree in Physics from Cambridge. She is a recipient of an ERC Starting grant, and a fellow of the Institute of Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining


Read more at: CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture Prof Paul Heremans (IMEC) 'Semiconductor sensor and actuator technologies for augmented reality and human-machine interfaces'

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture Prof Paul Heremans (IMEC) 'Semiconductor sensor and actuator technologies for augmented reality and human-machine interfaces'

Thursday, 2 December, 2021 - 13:00

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture Thursday, December 2nd 2021 13:00 (online) 'Semiconductor sensor and actuator technologies for augmented reality and human-machine interfaces' Speaker: Professor Paul Heremans, IMEC and KULeuven heremans.jpg Abstract We will in this presentation give an overview of sensors and actuators...


Read more at: CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: Prof Judith Driscoll 'Achieving High Performance Resistive Switching Through Careful Materials Selection and Engineering'

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: Prof Judith Driscoll 'Achieving High Performance Resistive Switching Through Careful Materials Selection and Engineering'

Wednesday, 10 November, 2021 - 13:00

Resistive switching (RS) materials, often called memristors, are promising candidates for next-generation non-volatile memory and neuromorphic computing applications. In this talk, I review the challenges of achieving simultaneous performance optimization and show how tuning the transport properties of ionic materials leads to superior performance. I demonstrate pronounced resistive switching at low voltages, strong endurance, uniformity, stable switching, multilevel resistance states, and fast switching speed


Read more at: CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: Dr Tero Ojanperä 'Platform strategy – how to win with platforms'

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture: Dr Tero Ojanperä 'Platform strategy – how to win with platforms'

Wednesday, 20 October, 2021 - 13:00

The lecture will lead you through the seven steps you can take to turn your business into a successful platform. Learn to harness emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, cement your business into thriving ecosystems and go beyond industry boundaries. Uncover how business leaders at companies as diverse as John Deere, KONE, and Hilti are leading their businesses to the future by reinventing their business model.


Read more at: CAPE Lecture: Of Machines and Men, Prof Peter Robinson

CAPE Lecture: Of Machines and Men, Prof Peter Robinson

Wednesday, 22 September, 2021 - 13:00

This talk will present some of the technology that allows machines to simulate human behaviour, and identify the clear distinctions that can still be drawn between machines and people.


Read more at: CAPE Lecture: Designing Augmented Reality Head Up Display from a Human Factor Perspective, Valerian Meijering (Jaguar Land Rover)

CAPE Lecture: Designing Augmented Reality Head Up Display from a Human Factor Perspective, Valerian Meijering (Jaguar Land Rover)

Wednesday, 25 August, 2021 - 13:00

Driver information displays such as Heads Up Display (HUD) can provide many benefits to enhance the safety of the driving experience, providing their optical design and information delivery to the driver are tailored to the human’s cognitive needs and demands.


Read more at: CAPE Lecture: Power Electronics in Energy Conversion - Latest Advances, Dr Teng Long

CAPE Lecture: Power Electronics in Energy Conversion - Latest Advances, Dr Teng Long

Thursday, 15 July, 2021 - 13:00

CAPE Advanced Technology Lecture Thursday July 15 2021 13:00 Power Electronics in Energy Conversion - Latest Advances Speaker: Dr Teng Long, Department of Engineering, University of Cambidge Abstract Wide Band Gap (WBG) devices such as Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN) have been widely considered as the next...


Read more at: CAPE Symposium: Flexible Electronics for Healthcare

CAPE Symposium: Flexible Electronics for Healthcare

Thursday, 17 June, 2021 - 13:30 to 16:00

Presentations from the symposium may be viewed on our YouTube channel: Chair: Professor George Malliaras, University of Cambridge (CAPE Technology Focus Group on Systems and Devices for Healthcare) 13:30 Introduction Professor Daping Chu, Director of CAPE, University of Cambridge Rosie Beadle, GSK Consumer Healthcare 13:50...