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Early Careers Group and UKAN+ "Effective collaboration between academia and industry" and "Future Research Innovation" Monday 11 October 2021 at 1730 by Zoom
Early Careers Group and UKAN+ 
"Effective collaboration between academia and industry" and "Future Research Innovation"
Monday 11 October 2021
at 1730 by Zoom

The IOA Early Careers Group and UKAN+ Early Career Special Interest Group are pleased to invite everyone to a session on effective collaboration between academia and industry, followed by a panel talk on such collaboration and future research and innovation.

The session on effective collaboration will include talks from:

  • Prof Barry Gibbs (Honorary Professor in the Acoustics Research Unit, University of Liverpool),
  • Nick Sheppard (Technical Director, Thales)
  • Dr Antonio Torija Martinez (Lecturer in Acoustic Engineering at the University of Salford)
  • Andrew Mitchell (Doctoral Researcher, UCL).

Each speaker will draw from their own experiences, through knowledge transfer partnerships, funded research projects and collaborative projects, to focus on what makes for effective and successful collaboration.

Following the presentations there will be a panel discussion, opened by Kirill Horoshenkov (Professor of Acoustics, University of Sheffield), which will begin by outlining the recent UKAN+ survey on research priorities, followed by a wider discussion regarding effective collaboration between academia and industry and innovation and future research from the perspective of each of the speakers.

There will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and also find out about how effective collaboration can help academics and practitioners alike.

The event is taking place virtually as part of Acoustics 2021 but is open to all and free to attend. “

 

 

11 October 2021

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