LONDON, July 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
More than 250 of the world's foremost academic experts in computer science from over 55 countries will attend The Science and Information Conference in London from 28-30 July, 2015.
(Photo caption: Delegates at The Science and Information Conference 2014)
Started in 2013, The Science and Information Conference (SAI) is an established, cross-disciplinary conference for leading academic researchers and industry practitioners. Sponsors and partners include NVIDA, IEEE, IET, Future & Emerging Technologies (FET) at the European Commission, EUREKA, Cambridge Wireless, British Computer Society and Digital Catapult.
The conference showcases deliberations from reputed researchers including a keynote from Muriel Médard, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who will be speaking about the security in distributed cloud systems.
Future and Emerging Technologies (FET), a funding programme under the H2020 EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, will present a talk detailing the programme possibilities as well as present and future funding opportunities. Professor Karlheinz Meier from Heidelberg University, involved in the Flagship Human Brain Project (HBP) and the FET Proactive Project BRAINSCALES, will deliver a talk on Neuromorphic Computing, which involves the use of electronic circuits to mimic architectures present in the human nervous system.
Bob Crooks, UK DEFRA Lead for Green ICT, will explore the use of sustainable ICT in helping us sustain ourselves, our communities and lives on this planet.
Peter Whale, Director of Product Marketing with Iotic Labs Ltd and ex-director of Product Management with Qualcomm Technologies, will talk about revolution in Wireless technology and the opportunities to connect billions of 'things' using networks.
"We've invited experts from across the globe to attend and offer insights on their own areas of in-depth knowledge," said Rahul Bhatia, Manager at SAI Conference.
Topics like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Vision, Information Technology Security, Cloud Computing and Wireless Communications will form the core of discussion during the conference.
Liming Chen, Professor at De Montfort University who will chair the conference, said, "We are sure this event helps further disseminate new ideas and the latest research results, foster a spirit of collaboration and build a reputed and respectable conference for the international community."
In addition to giving researchers a forum to present their findings and data, the conference is also used to help increase public engagement with scientific research by publishing the talks on YouTube.
SOURCE The Science and Information (SAI) Organization Limited