AIMday Energy at the University of Edinburgh is designed to bring organisations, who have a challenge relating to the energy theme, together with multi-disciplinary researchers in order to find pathways to possible solutions.
Due to our ageing population there is an urgent need to improve healthcare systems, deliver better community-based healthcare and to develop innovative methods/technologies for self-management of health, promote healthy living and to support active ageing. AIMday Ageing will bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss these issues.
Oxford has a world-class biomedical imaging community both in the development and application of novel advanced microscopy techniques. AIMday Microscopy offers an opportunity for external organisations and researchers from Oxford to get together and discuss current and future challenges and opportunities in the field.
We welcome you to the first AIMday Nano to bring together academic researchers and industry representatives in the field of nanotechnology, a field of science that seeks to design, characterize, produce and control materials, structures and devices on the nanometer scale.
For the second year in a row we arrange AIMday Math in Industry. The event is 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 ....
For the tenth year running we arrange AIMday Materials to bring together academic researchers and industry representatives in the field of materials science. We hope that this year’s AIMday Materials will attract both new and former participants, and be just as successful in bringing understanding and new perspectives to industrial problems.