21-22 April 2021
One of four 'sandpit' events taking place in March 2021, part of our partnership with the Alan Turing Institute.Learn More
Digital Futures runs a programme of activities across individual themes and pairs or cluster of themes, designed to foster more inter-disciplinary work within and across disciplines and themes, and to promote our work to external stakeholders. Many of our events are available online to watch again.
Explore our events below and join our network to receive the latest news and events here:https://manchester.us13.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=ad639f09ca77836def20e7f13&id=f04db72adc
You can also take part in our scoping activities to help shape how our events are run, by participating in surveys on expertise and interest at UoM. Click the links to participate in our current live surveys in our Citizens & Government, Cities & Environment, and Creative & Heritage themes.
We run a broad series of events across disciplines for the DT&S community to engage in. We also host workshops with high-profile external guests to promote collaboration and research bid development. Past events are available to watch again online.
Here you'll find the all the latest event announcements in the areas of data science and artificial intelligence, including our annual Advances in data Science conference, Data science club and seminar series. Past events are available to watch again online.
Content: Sign up to our newsletter to find out about forthcoming events. Past events are available to watch again online.
Sign up to our newsletter to find out about forthcoming events. Past events are available to watch again online.
Events and activities from the Policy@Manchester Platform
Find out about the Urban Observatory and the Data Visualisation laboratory! Past events are available to watch again.
Past and future events in Digital Health & Care
The Manchester Connected Health Ecosystem is a collaborative network that brings together world leading academic expertise, industry partners from SMEs to major international digital & pharma companies, Health and Social Care professionals across the NHS, Public Health and local government, and patient and service user representatives. The Ecosystem, which is coordinated by Digital Futures, plays an important role in bringing together key organisations and personnel in this area, creating a platform for sharing new and important policy developments, research, funding opportunities and innovations. Regular events are listed at the link here, and you can sign up for the Ecosystem newsletter to get tickets for forthcoming events here: https://manchesterecosystem.us10.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=85924e1f869e1be4661e8ab7b&id=65cce0a9f9
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