Thu 22 Feb 2018 @ 10:56
Anyone wanting syndicate member status (rather than observer) is reminded of the strict registration deadline of 16th March 2018.
Places in each syndicate are limited to 20 pax only, so anyone wishing to play a proactive role in the workshop sessions (and contribute to the resulting white paper) show register now!
When registering, please remember to nominate the syndicate you wish to join:
- Military – Syndicate leader: Colonel Dan Cheesman Royal Marines (Chief Technology Officer, UK Royal Navy, UK)
- Academia – Syndicate leader: Professor Andrew Lambert – Laughton Professor of Naval History, Department of War Studies, Kings College, University of Oxford, UK
- Industry – Syndicate leader: TBC
Tue 6 Feb 2018 @ 11:47
Newly appointed UKRN CTO, Colonel Dan Cheeseman Royal Marines will chair the military syndicate at the upcoming MAST Advanced Workshop on Disruptive Technologies/Big Data in Portsmouth.
Dan joins Academia Syndicate leader, Professor Andrew Lambert (Laughton Professor of Naval History, Department of War Studies, Kings College at University of Oxford, UK) and Industry Syndicate leader (Thales Group’s CTO).
The three syndicate will be expertly guided by Sir Nigel Richard Shadbolt FRS FREng CITP CEng FBCS CPsychol, Principal of Jesus College, Oxford, and Professorial Research Fellow in the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, UK (the UK’s pre-eminent academic and expert in a breadth of fields including Artificial Intelligence, Web Science, Semantic Web, Linked Data, Open Data, Knowledge Engineering and Management, and Computer Science).
Registration deadline as a syndicate member (limited to 20 places) is only available until 16th March on a first come, first served basis. Onsite registration will not be available.
Tue 6 Feb 2018 @ 11:46
MAST’s organisers are partnering with India’s Federation of India Chambers of Commerce and Industry to ensure the full support of the Indian defence sector at MAST India-Asia this November in New Delhi.
As is probably familiar for many of MAST’s exhibitors’/delegates’ companies, doing successful business in India demands a domestic partner, and FICCI boasts the broadest network and influence at the highest level of many government/military/industry organisations.
The benefits of this collaboration will be clearly evidenced by the number of meetings (especially with Indian Navy and DRDO) already being scheduled with MAST Indo-Asia sponsors and exhibitors.
Enhanced by an international VIP delegation programme, MAST Indo-Asia will be THE event to meet Indo-Asia-Pacific defence leaders and influencers this year, and the only such event to take place in easy reach of the Indian Navy HQ, DRDO, and MoD offices.