Oxford's first AIMday will be on 20th June at the University's Mathematical Institute. This AIMday is focussed at engaging with industry to learn about how we can help solve problems in eHealthcare and Big Data.
We welcome you to the first AIMday Math in Indystry, focused on engaging with industry to help solve problems with mathematical components, including pure mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics, numerical analysis, system technology, automation and control, image analysis, machine learning and data analysis, optimization, simulation and modeling, data visualization and more.
This event will tackle challenges around sensing systems. Industrial applications are ubiquitous: from mass-produced sensors found in modern smart phones and cars to the state-of-the-art, specialist high-value sensors routinely used in aerospace, scientific equipment, machine tools, medical equipment, environmental monitoring and the oil industry.
We have the pleasure of inviting you to AIMday Diabetes to bring academic scientists, clinicians, and company representatives together for discussions around improved prevention, diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of diabetes, including risk factors and associated complications.
We invite you to AIMday Construction at which academics with significant practical experience in the construction industry will tackle individual company questions. The event also includes presentations on two of the UK’s largest, current construction projects – Crossrail and the Queensferry Crossing.