PEMD brings together hundreds of power electronics, machines and drives specialists from around the world to share and learn about the latest developments in the technologies and applications of electrical drives, machines and power electronic systems.
Power Electronics, Machines and Drives are revolutionising the world we live and work in, displacing mechanical and chemical energy conversion systems. Electric vehicles, renewable energy, battery charging and energy storage have brought machines, drives and energy systems into everyday life as frontier technologies.
The importance of PEMD technologies is growing – come and be part of the community who are driving the electric revolution.
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Introducing The North of Tyne Combined Authority- Internet of Caring Things
The North of Tyne Combined Authority – Internet of Caring Things We’re bringing the local business community back together with high-profile speakers and a practical, innovative workshop. Delegates will have the opportunity to network, meet the programme partners and to learn more about what the programme can offer your business, and our region. This programme is designed to support businesses across the North of Tyne region to grow into this new market through access to experts within the UK’s National Innovation Centre for Ageing, VOICE®, CPI and our networks and in doing so support regional economic and social development. The launch will bring inspirational insight and opportunities to learn, connect and collaborate.
Maritime Innovation Week 2022 Hackathon
Presenting the Maritime Innovation Week 2022 Hackathon from Port of Tyne in partnership with the National Innovation Centre for Data. ### About this event <br> The Maritime Innovation Week 2022 Hackathon is brought to you by a partnership between Port of Tyne and the National Innovation Centre for Data. The event also coincides with the launch of the Port's 2050 Maritime Innovation Hub. The event consists of two x two-day, in-person hackathons (spread over four days) aimed at bringing together the most creative, forward-thinking teams of hackers from across the North East in order to explore innovative solutions to some of the port and maritime industry's most pressing problems. The hackathon will be divided into two distinct challenges, each lasting two days. These challenges are as follows: 1. Decarbonising the Supply Chain (Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th June) 2. Zero Harm (Wednesday 15th and Tuesday 16th June)
Rage Against the Machine
The second in a series of five Northern Data Debates igniting spirited conversations with world-leading experts. ### About this event <br> From Amazon to Facebook and from algorithms to locational surveillance, technological advances over the past decade have been positive but others are deeply problematic. Our second Northern Data Debate brings together experts in technology, digital change, and society from a variety of perspectives to discuss how do we ensure technology positively helps people and society, and how do we tackle some of the negatives new technologies throw-up. Sponsored by the Alan Turing Institute, the National Innovation Centre for Data (NICD) and Newcastle Data. - 5pm Drinks reception - 6pm Panel Debate - 7pm End <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/tL6CPwTNl_M" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
International Society for Clinical Biostatistics Annual Conference 2022
We are delighted to welcome the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics Annual conference 2022. The conference is 5 days filled with courses, presentations, mini-symposia and discussions about everything and anything related to clinical biostatistics, together with an exciting social programme. For specific information, please go the [conference website](https://www.iscb.info/scb-conference-2022/ "ISCB Conference 2022").