The Connected Everything II (CEII) Network Plus coordinates a “Network of Networks” which will accelerate multi-disciplinary collaboration, foster new collaborations between industry and academia and tackle emerging challenges which will underpin the UK academic community’s research in support of people, technologies, products and systems for digital manufacturing.
Key agreed areas for joint work are:
- Supporting networks to be more representative including diverse speakers at their events
- Coordinating professional and best practice development for managers and coordinators involved in Networks
- Share best practice on delivery of key activities across the networks especially for Early Career Researchers (see below for an example).
The Network of Networks meets informally on a 6 monthly basis to progress these area of mutual support. There is an MS Team site to continually share information amongst the networks. The Network of Networks currently includes the following organisations:
|Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Intelligence for Automated Investigations for Scientific Discovery (AI3SD Network+)|
|Circular Economy Network+ in Transportation Systems (CENTS)|
|Connected Everything II Network Plus|
|Design for Additive Manufacturing Network|
|Discribe, the Digital Security by Design Social Science Hub+|
|Digitalised Surface Manufacturing: Towards “World’s Best” Processes Network+|
|Digitally Enhanced Advanced Services (DEAS)|
|Energy Harvesting Network|
|High Value Manufacturing Catapult|
|Human Data Interaction|
|Internet of Food Things|
|National Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Hub (CE-Hub)|
|PETRAS National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity|
|REPHRAIN – National Research Centre on Privacy, Harm Reduction and Adversarial Influence Online|
|Transforming Construction Network Plus|
|UK Acoustics Network|
|UK Manufacturing Symbiosis Network+ (UKMSN+)|
|UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS)|
Learning from Early Career Researcher survey in Spring 2021
A survey developed by the SPRITE+ network and includes responses from Early Career Researchers (ECRs) in the SPRITE+, eFutures and Connected Everything networks has helped shape our activities for ECRs. Please read the findings from the survey here.
Please contact Debra Fearnshaw if you would like your network to be added.