On 9 March 2016 the University of Warwick in conjunction with The Alan Turing Institute hosted the "High Value Manufacturing Data Summit". Launched in 2015, The Alan Turing Institute is charged with advancing data science research, which includes industrial collaborations that will ultimately produce societal and economic impact.
The Alan Turing Institute (ATI) is an independent not-for-profit, a joint venture (JV) of a five founder universities: Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford, UCL and Warwick, and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the primary funder of the institute. Warwick, as one of the JV partners, is providing guidance on the priorities of the ATI with workshops and summits like this one.
The event was organised by Nathan Griffiths & Thomas Nichols (University of Warwick), with critical support from Warwick Conferences.
- "Overview of ATI and steering its research priorities"
Andrew Blake, Director, Alan Turing Institute
ATI Roadmap for Science and Innovation
- "Vignettes of big data success"
Mark Girolami, Professor, Statistics, University of Warwick
- "Connected Car: Data and the Digital Revolution"
Mike Bell, Global Connected Car Director, Jaguar Land Rover
- "Security & Digitalisation – Challenges in Aerospace"
Simon Bradley, VP, Product & Cyber Security Program Directorate, Airbus
- "The role of data in the fourth industrial revolution"
Lina Huertas, Technology Manager, Manufacturing Technology Centre
- "Practical Predictions. Real use cases and real challenges"
Dan Somers, Chief Executive Officer, Warwick Analytics
- "Data Analysis in High Performance Sailing"
Richard Hopkirk, Land Rover BAR (America’s Cup team)
- "Cyber Security in the Supply Chain"
Carsten Maple, Professor, WMG Cyber Security, University of Warwick
- Panel discussion
- "Closing: Collaborative opportunities at ATI & Warwick"
Nathan Griffiths, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick