We are delighted to invite you to our Ensuring the Security of Digital Technologies at the Periphery (SDTaP) User Research Board 2.0 event, run by PETRAS and Innovate UK.

This event is part of the SDTaP Programme and will take place on Tuesday 11 February 2020, in London.

Society is increasingly relying on technologies such as the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence to enhance our lifestyles, our goods and services. Finding potential solutions to the challenges that arise from these technologies requires transdisciplinary research done in collaboration with industry and government.

This event is an opportunity to network with leading academic IoT experts, industry technologists and government officials. Learn more about cutting edge research and provide your invaluable expertise at our Global State of IoT Governance workshop, run in collaboration with the World Economic Forum.

Please see an overview of event and registration details below:

  • Please email petras@ucl.ac.uk to express your interest, and you will be sent an Eventbrite registration link.
  • Networking Lunch & Project Showcase (PETRAS, Innovate UK and EPSRC)
  • Global State of IoT Governance Workshop (PETRAS & World Economic Forum)
  • Networking Drinks & Canapes

12pm-2pm – Networking Lunch & Project Showcase

Network with PETRAS colleagues, and industry and government partners. Hear from and engage with research projects from the SDTaP programme, including InnovateUK’s collaborative R&D Round 1 competition, as well as EPSRC and PETRAS projects.

2pm-5pm – World Economic Forum & PETRAS Global State of IoT Governance Workshop

PETRAS, Carnegie Mellon University, and the World Economic Forum are collaborating to write a Global State of IoT Governance Report that will be launched at the first World Economic Forum Global Technology Governance Summit in San Francisco in April 2020.

WEF and PETRAS are conducting a workshop where preliminary findings of a global survey will be shared with the expert audience. Its purpose is to gather the valuable input and insights of subject matter experts like yourself, enriching these preliminary findings for the final analysis and discussion.

5.30pm-8pm – Drinks & Canapes

The day’s proceedings will close with another networking opportunity with drinks and canapes If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at petras@ucl.ac.uk

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