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INNOVATION INSIGHTS FOR THE DIGITAL WORKFORCE OF TOMORROW SUMMER SCHOOL 2017 3rd TO 6th JULY 2017 THE QUEEN ELIZABETH OLYMPIC PARK, LONDON


INNOVATION INSIGHTS FOR THE DIGITAL WORKFORCE OF TOMORROW

INNOVATION INSIGHTS FOR THE DIGITAL WORKFORCE OF TOMORROW Key contact details Dr Donna Palmer CDT-EI Centre Manager Loughborough University

Felicia Black Digital Economy Network Manager University of Nottingham

d.j.palmer@lboro.ac.uk 07702 338 729

Felicia.black@nottingham.ac.uk 07827 913 383

VENUE The Queen Elizabeth Park In 2012 the Queen Elizabeth Park was the home of the London Olympic and Paralympic Games. Now it is the heart of one of the most exciting new developments in London. A rapidly developing innovation quarter that is driving growth in every region across the UK and beyond. Loughborough University London is part of an exciting cluster of innovators and creative makers, known collectively as Here East. Here East is bringing together an emerging breed of forward-thinkers and digital makers through education, business, technology and media. We work alongside our collaborators to drive forward creativity and entrepreneurship across London. Loughborough University’s history dates to 1909 when the institute opened as a place to attend evening classes in technical subjects. Now, over a century later, Loughborough University has flourished into a truly exceptional, internationally-renowned university, offering taught and research opportunities in the East Midlands and in East London.

How to reach us

Accommodation

Loughborough University London is conveniently located and accessible, with easy and affordable transport connections to central London, the UK and Europe.

En-suite accommodation is provided for the Summer School attendees who requested it at the time of online registration.

Address: 3 Lesney Avenue, The Broadcast Centre, Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic, Park London E15 2GZ

Address: Stratford One, 1 International Way, Stratford, E20 1GS T: 0117 302 7462

Transport The closest stations to the campus are Stratford Station, Stratford International Station and Hackney Wick Overground Station. Stratford bus station and Stratford City bus station are both located in close proximity to Loughborough University London. On arrival at either station, we advise taking a short walk to Stratford International Station and catching the free shuttle to the campus, which operates to and from HereEast at Stratford International stop E, and Stratford City Station stop X.


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Evening Arrangements Monday 3rd July:

Drinks reception at Loughborough University London Recommended venues for dinner afterwards This is optional and costs are to be covered by delegates

Grow Hackney

An independent bar, kitchen & creative space in Hackney Wick

98C Main Yard, Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, E9 5LN

CRATE

Bar and pizzeria

Unit 14, Queens Yard, Hackney Wick

Shanes on Canalside

Wild foraged seasonal produce

26 East Bay Lane, Here East, E15 2GW

Gotto

Italian

Canalside, Here East, 27 East Bay Lane, E20 3BS

Naturapizzeria

Pizza

30 Felstead St, E9 5LG

Randys Wing Bar

Chicken wings, burgers etc.

28 East Bay Lane, Here East, E20 3BS

The Breakfast Club

Varied menu

29 East Bay Lane, Here East, E15 2GW

Variety of chains

83 different places to eat

Westfield Stratford City

Tuesday 4th July:

Evening meal Hospitality Suite, The Podium Bar and Kitchen 3 Thornton Street, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London, E20 2AD. T: 020 8221 9114

Wednesday 5th July:

Evening meal and Ping Pong The Bat and Ball Westfield Centre, Stratford City, Olympic Park, Montfichet Rd, London, E20 1EJ. T: 020 3058 3020

Location Map


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WELCOME

DAY 1 Tuesday 4th July 2017 - LEARN

I wish you a warm welcome to the 2017 Summer School, organised by our Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Embedded Intelligence for the CDTs and students of the Digital Economy Network, Embedded Intelligence, ICT and Robotics. We have prepared a programme keeping in mind your preferences for variety, novelty and discovery. The venue that will be our home for these three days is one of the jewels in Loughborough University’s crown. At the heart of the 2012 London Olympics, we are living the legacy and wish to share this with you - the digital generation who will transform our world in the next decade. We commence the Summer School programme with a pre-registration cocktail on the evening of Monday 3rd July. For those who can join us on that evening, it will be an opportunity to collect your registration packs and check into your accommodation. Registration includes all meals and refreshments so you can fully focus on the Summer School activities.

Registration and breakfast on arrival

9:00am

I look forward to meeting you during our Summer School.

Room 1.04 Prof Paul Conway, Director of the CDT in Embedded Intelligence and Dean of the Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering, Loughborough University

9:30am

Plenary

11:30am

Use the information on your badge to locate your stations and follow instructions from the facilitator. Bring your business cards and your 1min pitch: ‘What is your PhD about?’

Lunch

Speaker

Dr Carmen Torres-Sánchez

Around 3pm 4:30pm

/ Siobhan Horan / Finn Nevinson / Chira Tochia /

Ground Floor Parallel Seminars

Venue

/ Dr Carmen Torres-Sanchez / Prof Paul Conway / Dr Donna Palmer / Felicia Black /

Ground Floor

Networking

1.30pm

SSEI17 Organising Team

Room 1.04

‘Aligning skills to jobs for the digital future of the knowledge society’ The audience will have the opportunity to discuss with our panellists the challenges ahead for Higher Education graduates and for companies who seek their talents to maintain a competitive edge in the global markets. Panel chair: Dr Steven Barr (The Manufacturer) Panellists: Mr Harald Egner (the MTC), Dr Leslie Lee (HSSMI), Mr Mike Crooks (Nudge Technology), Prof Paul Conway (Loughborough University and the CDT in Embedded Intelligence) and Ms Rhia Visavadia (EPSRC Research Challenges and CDTs)

12:30pm

Executive Director, EPSRC CDT in Embedded intelligence

Ground Floor

Welcome

It is my enormous pleasure to host you for this Summer School and, on behalf of our hard-working team, we hope the next three days will be inspiring, thought-provoking, uplifting and will provide you with the opportunity to meet people who will help and join you in your journey through your studies and beyond.

The first day will start with registration, the official opening and a panel discussion to address the digital skills gap and the role you play in the knowledge economy. This day is about learning from innovators and practitioners who are bringing to us the latest in Cybersecurity, Robotics and Computational Thinking. The second day is about doing. We have a phenomenal collection of workshops in which the only problem was that you had to choose only one: Data visualisation, film making or fostering of creative thinking through Serious Games. On the last day we will see you practising: the focus will be on your personal brand. Effective communication shines through a polished pitch, a professional and appealing poster and is also apparent in your online presence. We will showcase your work in the final session before we bring the Summer School to a close. I am deeply thankful to all the presenters and facilitators who are going to work with you and I expect you will be an active participant, showing curiosity, interest and respectful attentiveness so we all create a comfortable atmosphere to learn and share.

From 8:00am

7:30-10pm

Robots For All: First hands-on experience with simple Lego® Robots

Lego®, cybersecurity and other animals

Computational Thinking

Room 2.05

Room 1.02

Room 1.03

Dr Matthew Chamberlain, EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing In Intelligent Automation

Prof Awais Rashid, Dr Ben Shreeve, Dr Maria Alburquerque, Dr Sylvain Frey, Lancaster University

Manja van de Worp, Emergent Technologies and Design, NOUS Engineering London

Refreshments break Room 1.04

Day wrap up

Felicia Black, Digital Economy Network Manager, University of Nottingham.

Dinner

Hospitality Suite, The Podium bar and Kitchen. 3 Thornton Street, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London, E20 2AD


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DAY 2 Wednesday 5th July 2017 - DO From 8:00am

Registration and breakfast on arrival

9:00am

Welcome and outline for the day

DAY 3 Thursday 6th July 2017 - PRACTISE Ground Floor Room 1.04

Dr Carmen Torres-Sรกnchez, Executive Director of the CDT in Embedded Intelligence, Loughborough University

9:15am

Parallel Workshops

Venue Speaker

10:30am

The Beautiful Science of Data Visualisation

Build to understand

Room 2.05

Room 1.03

Room 1.02

Richard Ramchurn, Mat Johns and Carl Davies

Thierry Driver and Rachel Bowes, Tableau

Dr Poul Kyvsgaard Hansen, Aalborg University, Denmark

9:00am

Welcome and outline for the day

The Beautiful Science of Data Visualisation

Speaker

1:30pm

10:30am

Around 3pm

Refreshments break

4:30pm

Day wrap up

Making an impact with posters

Using Social Media as a PhD Researcher: How to present your academic self online

Room 1.02

Room 1.03

Room 2.05

Dr Laura Justham, Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering, Loughborough University

Dr Katryna Kalawsky, Loughborough University Doctoral College

Chira Tochia, Social Media Advocate, Digital Economy Network and iPhD student, Web Science, University of Southampton

Refreshments break

Build to understand

11:00am

Practicals - Communicating creatively Making an impact with posters

Ground Floor Parallel Workshops (cont.)

Using film to tell the story of your research: best practice for creating professional video content

Elevator pitch your PhD in One Minute

Elevator pitch your PhD in One Minute

Lunch

The Beautiful Science of Data Visualisation

Room 1.04

Practicals - Communicating creatively

Venue

Parallel Workshops (cont.)

Ground Floor

Dr Donna Palmer, Centre Manager of the CDT in Embedded Intelligence, Loughborough University

Refreshments break

Using film to tell the story of your research: best practice for creating professional video content

6:00-9:00pm

Registration and breakfast on arrival

9:15am

Using film to tell the story of your research: best practice for creating professional video content

11:00am

12:30am

From 8:00am

Build to understand

12:30am

Using Social Media as a PhD Researcher: How to present your academic self online

Lunch

Ground Floor

1:30pm

Showcases Time to present to an audience the result of your efforts during the previous sessions. There will be an expert jury in each room and prizes will be awarded to the best work created at the Summer School.

Venue

Room 1.04

Dr Carmen Torres-Sanchez, Executive Director of the CDT in Embedded Intelligence, Loughborough University

3:00pm

Dinner and Ping-Pong

Departures

The Bat and Ball, Westfield Centre, Stratford City, Olympic Park, Montfichet Rd, London, E20 1EJ

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Room 1.02

Room 1.03

Room 1.04

Final remarks and Farewell

Prof Paul Conway, Director of the CDT in Embedded Intelligence and Dean of the Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering, Loughborough University.

Room 1.04


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DAY 1 Session 1: Session Descriptions and Biographies

PANEL: Aligning skills to jobs for the digital future of the knowledge society Dr Steven Barr (Chair) is Managing Director of Hennik Edge and head of The Manufacturer Collaboratory. This is a new venture aimed at creating solutions to manufacturing challenges by unleashing the expertise in peer, customer and vendor networks. People, skills and technology are always key issues for manufacturers striving to innovate, be more productive and compete in an increasingly complex world. Steven is a chartered engineer and business consultant who helps manufacturers to collaborate with other organisations for advantage in all stages from design to customer use. He is an active contributor to university research and a member of the IET’s Manufacturing Policy Panel.

Harald Egner is the European & Research Partnership Manager and industrial Partnership Lead at The Manufacturing Technology Centre Ltd (The MTC). Harald is responsible for the creation of synergistic schemes between The MTC (TRL 4-7) and its research partners (TRL 1-3/4) as well as for growing The MTC engagement in European collaborative research programmes. With his arrival at The MTC he brought along the ideas and developments of Industrie 4.0 to the UK. He is also an active member of European Commission work groups in Digital Manufacturing.

Dr Leslie Lee is Executive Director of the High Speed Sustainable Manufacturing Institute (HSSMI). He has more than 35 years of experience in the design, development and implementation of manufacturing systems in the UK, Europe and North America. HSSMI is an independent institute specialising in the application of digital techniques within manufacturing to increase efficiency and productivity throughout the supply chain, particularly in urban areas.

Mike Crooks is from Block Solutions and Nudge Technologies. He started out on his own developing a sports technology product for young athletes. He moved into mobile enterprise applications setting up a division focussed around location technology. This grew into Mubaloo Innovation Lab. He is currently working as a lead Software Architect in charge of developing the software proposition within an IT consultancy. He is a serial entrepreneur, compulsive creator and supports friends and colleagues in developing their ideas.

Professor Paul Conway is the Dean of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering at Loughborough University and Director of the EPSRC CDT in Embedded Intelligence. He has previously worked for Fisher Body Overseas Corporation and as a National Physical Laboratory research engineer. His interests lie in: manufacturing processes; simulation; sensing, actuation and control; understanding of process-materials interactions; manufacturing knowledge management and utilisation, and embedded intelligent systems.

Rhia Visavadia is a Portfolio Manager for the Manufacturing the Future theme at the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). She is responsible for the Engineering Design, Operational Research and the Digital Manufacturing priority area. Prior to this, she completed an MRes in Medical Imaging at Imperial College London and a BSc in Chemistry at the University of Bath.

DAY 1 Session 2:

Networking Everyone speaks about the importance of networking and how fortuitous contacts can help you solve a problem, get a new job, or meet a collaborator. But aren’t we all a little bit uneasy about approaching strangers at conferences and events like this? To allow you to meet more people in a short period and with less effort than you could individually during coffee breaks, we would like you to join us for the speed networking activity on Day 1. Prepare in advance and bring your 1min pitch to share with others: ‘What is your PhD about?’. Business cards are also recommended if you have them. You will be given instructions about where to go and what to do during each rotation by the facilitator at the start of the activity. During the activity, be courteous, respectful, an active listener and watch your body language. Be mindful of the time constraints. Jot down notes to remind you of the conversation with others. At the signal by the facilitator, end your conversation and move onto the next station. You can always continue the conversations later. Follow up with your connections during the rest of the Summer School and afterwards to continue building the relationships. And above all, remember you are in a safe place and amongst friendly people!


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DAY 1 Session 3:

Parallel Seminars Robots for All: First hands-on experience with simple Lego® Robots

Computational Thinking We want to introduce the topic of computational thinking through two exercises related to the diversity of biological interactive / response systems, working with a pseudocode and a paper folding metaphor. The idea is to learn the nature of these strategies through two different methods: 1. Writing a script ‘Making a Psychotropic House’ (JG Ballard) 2. Capturing performance and relationships between elements and an input and output response through paper folding.

A not-to-miss opportunity to interact with robots. The session has been planned to accommodate those who have little-to-no experience with programming. Build and program, using NQC, a LEGO® robot to navigate a simple course. We will add sensors to give additional capability such as object avoidance. Towards the end of the session we will then look to make two robots collaborate to pass an object whilst still navigating the course. Those knowledgeable or with experience in robotics are also welcome to participate as the challenges will be tailored to the participant’s level. Dr Matt Chamberlain has a background in design, electronics and programming. He has worked on several special purpose machine design sprint projects that have included the exploitation of mechatronics, pneumatics, hydraulics and control systems. In his role as Senior Research Engineer at the EPSRC Centre for Intelligent Automation, Matt leads the team involved with Prototype Design.

Lego®, cybersecurity and other animals This game puts you in the shoes of security decision-makers in industry. Take charge of a small Lego® industrial empire and work together to make the best security decisions possible. No previous knowledge of cybersecurity is needed. This game is meant to be a fun and informative exercise. Dr Sylvain Frey is a lecturer at University of Southampton. His research deals with complex, dynamic cyber-physical systems with critical safety and security requirements (e.g. robustness, resilience, availability, adaptability). His expertise spans cyber security, software engineering, multi-agent systems, organic computing, systems and network security. He frequently works in collaboration with sociologists, ethnographers and designers. Dr Maria Pinto-Albuquerque is an Assistant Professor at Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Portugal. Her research addresses decision support in requirements engineering of software systems, and particularly security policies. She is keen on using creativity and serious games in software development support. She received a PhD in Computer Science from Lancaster University. Dr Ben Shreeve is a research associate working at Security Lancaster exploring how teams evaluate risk and make security decisions. He is currently working on developing the Decisions and Disruptions@game. This game is used to help explore how organisations make security decisions. His PhD focussed on the differences in co-located and virtual team creative performance. Professor Awais Rashid is director of the Security Lancaster Institute at Lancaster University. His research focuses on security of cyber-physical infrastructures, e.g. industrial control systems and IoT, and adversarial and non-adversarial behaviours pertaining to cyber security. He heads several academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security (RITICS, RISCS, PETRAS) and is heading the CYBOK, a cybersecurity body of knowledge.

Manja van de Worp, YIP Structural Engineering London, is the director of YIP Structural Engineering London (former NOUS engineering London), holding Master degrees in Architecture, Structural Engineering and in Emergent Technologies and Design. She is a structural engineer with 10 years professional experience in the Construction Industry focusing on Structure Geometry and Fabrication, in scales ranging from high-rise structures, to bridges and pavilions, while teaching at the RCA, Architectural Association & IAAC.

DAY 2 Session 1:

Parallel Workshops Using film to tell the story of your research: Best practice for creating video content Increasingly researchers are asked to tell the story of their research in a video to garner interest in their publications. The video format can also be effectively used to communicate tone and subtlety that a research paper or presentation cannot. Researchers will be given the opportunity to have hands-on experience in creating high quality video content. Areas covered will include sound recording, best practice interview set up, 3 point lighting, grip techniques, visual story-telling and planning a shoot. There will be experienced professional filmmakers on hand to offer in depth training and best practice methods to create professional video content. Richard Ramchurn is developing his second brain-controlled film ‘The MOMENT’. Founder and Artistic Director of creative agency AlbinoMosquito, Richard has made and shown work on the BBC, TATE Modern, The Lowry, CONTACT, RNCM, The Royal Exchange, The Roundhouse, Grand Theatre Groningen, BRIC Brooklyn and in Sulimani Iraq, Amsterdam and Copenhagen. He is a practicing artist working across the mediums of theatre, film and digital technologies. His current work centres around affective filmic brain computer interface technology. Mat Johns studied Film and Television at Salford University and for the past ten years has been writing, directing, shooting and editing short films both on a freelance and independent basis. ‘A Father’s Day’, Mat’s latest film, is his most ambitious to date and was made with the support of Creative England’s iShorts, a short film initiative delivered as part of the BFI NET.WORK.

Carl Davies is a Northwest-based cinematographer and video maker. He holds a BA in Media Production and works at the crossroads between video, artists and art/cultural organisations. As a cinematographer, he has realized a number of film and video art projects, ranging from narrative to documentary to experimental. Carl has worked with Liverpool Biennial, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), Manchester Camerarta Orchestra, Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse Theatre, TED X, Opera North, Sony Computer Entertainment and many others.


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DAY 2 Session 1:

DAY 3 Session 1:

Parallel Workshops (cont.)

Parallel Practicals

Build to understand

‘Elevator Pitch’: your PhD in One Minute

Exploring and communicating a complex problem is a challenge. As the diversity in the workplace increases the challenge is getting greater and can cause great frustration within teams. LEGO® Serious Play is a communication method designed to support coping with such challenges. The synchronised process of building, storytelling, and exploring serves as a neutral language that supports the achievement of a common and pragmatic understanding. The workshop will introduce you to the method to expand your communication toolbox.

The (in)famous ‘Elevator Pitch’ (with the alternatives of your PhD in "50 words" ... "in one slide", ... "in a tweet", etc). So very important when it comes to selling your skills and your work to potential employers or collaborators. Crafting your pitch is not a trivial task: it is a distilled version of a long and detail-rich story that contains information about yourself, about your work, your motivations, your passion, the dent you want to make in the world and your personal brand. It might be the only chance you get to land that job, secure funding, gain that sponsor. And as Oscar Wilde said, you never get a second chance to make a good first impression.

Dr Poul Kyvsgaard Hansen is an Associate Professor of Technology Management and Organisational Development at the Department of Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, Aalborg University in Denmark. His research focuses on aspects of communicating complex problems and solutions, including organizational and technical issues. He has been involved in research with LEGO, Siemens, Grundfos, Bang & Olufsen and universities such as Stanford, Aalto, Imperial College, Chalmers and City University Hong Kong.

Dr Laura Justham has a PhD in Manufacturing Systems and is a senior lecturer at Loughborough University. She works in structure mounted automation, mobile robotics and the development of adaptive and flexible manufacturing processes. These projects bring together manufacturing and enhanced decision making in real-time which is imperative to the success of a production ready solution. Laura is a member of EPSRC’s Early Career Forum in Manufacturing Research.

The Beautiful Science of Data Visualisation

Making an impact with posters

Tableau Software helps people see and understand data. At this session you will be introduced to data visualisation concepts and best practices, and receive hands-on training on Tableau Desktop. You will learn core Tableau Desktop skills, experience an introduction to data analysis and visual design in Tableau, and be taught how to build views and interactive dashboards.

Posters are widely used to showcase research and encourage discussion in academic environments such as conferences. Posters also enable you to explain your research succinctly, to receive feedback from peers, to increase networking/collaborative opportunities and to promote yourself, research group and University. But, how can you make your poster stand out from the crowd and most importantly, how can you make your poster accessible to those viewing it? During this interactive session we will critically appraise a selection of conference posters and consider content, layout, design and formatting. There will also be the opportunity for you to make a start in the creation of a new poster.

Thierry Driver manages Tableau’s Academic Programs in Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA). Thierry has deep knowledge of the Higher Education Sector; previously he was in charge of promoting the Master in Management program in one of the best Business Schools in Europe, HEC Paris, and managed the Postgraduate programs at SKEMA Business School. An experienced trainer at Tableau, Thierry has given lectures on data visualization at more than 100 Universities. Rachel Bowes has over a year and a half experience as a Tableau Product Consultant where she spends her time helping people see and understand their data. With a background in GIS, she is a true map lover and has a key interest in using data to help solve the world’s problems.

Dr Katryna Kalawsky is Loughborough University’s Doctoral Researcher Development Officer, a joint position between the Doctoral College and Centre of Academic Practice. She contributes to the strategic objectives of the University by supporting the development of Doctoral Researchers. This encompasses the design, promotion, delivery and evaluation of training and development programmes. Katryna has a keen interest in fostering and embedding a research-informed, evidence-based approach to researcher development. She also instigated the Doctoral WellBeing and Support Project at Loughborough University and created a toolbox that has since been utilised by several institutions in the UK.


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Reception Lecture Theatre Cafe Toilets

Lecture Theatre Lecture Theatre Seminar Room 1 Seminar Room 2 Shower Room Toilets

Student Services LSU Office Seminar Room 3 Seminar Room 4 Seminar Room 5 Shower Room Toilets

Dean’s Office Committee Room Academic Offices 1-19 Meeting Pods 1-2 PhD Research Area Admin Office Kitchen Shower Rooms Toilets

Stairs

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HSSMI Meeting Room 2

LDN.1.04

Lecture Theatre

Stairs

Project Zone

Stairs

Committee Room LDN.3.23

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HSSMI Meeting Room 1

LDN.4.119

LDN.3.24

Admin Office

LDN.3.121

Breakout Area

LDN.4.20

HSSMI Meeting Room 3

LDN.1.03

LDN.4.112

Lounge

LDN.4.113

LDN.2.07

LDN.3.29

Office 15

LDN.3.10

Office 7

Seminar Room 5

LDN.3.28

Office 14

LDN.3.11

Office 8

Collaboration/ Consortium Space

Seminar Room

LDN.3.27

Office 13

LDN.3.12

Meeting Room

Executive Education

LDN.3.26

Office 12

Dean’s Office

LDN.3.13

Hackney Community College

LDN.2.123

Project Activities

LDN.3.25

Office 11

LDN.3.122

LDN.4.18

HSSMI Meeting Room 5

Kitchenette

LDN.4.19

HSSMI Meeting Room 4

LDN.4.16

HSSMI Collaborative Space

LDN.3.29

LDN.3.31

Office 17

LDN.0.01

LDN.2.05

LDN.3.33

LDN.0.12

LDN.0.111

LDN.3.34

Meeting Room

LDN.3.05

Office 3

LDN.4.23

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Showcase 1

Cafe

Stairs

LDN.3.03

Office 1

LDN.3.105

Lift 2

Lift 3

LDN.2.12

Lift 2

Lift 2

Student Services

Lift 3

Server Room

Lift 2

Ground Floor Open Space

Lift 3

LDN.1.02

Lift 1

Lift 1

LDN.2.11

Lift 1

Lift 1

Lift 1

LSU Office

Reception

Lift 2

PhD Research

Lift 3

Lift 3

Seminar Room

LDN.3.02

Meeting Room

LDN.4.03

Meeting Room

LDN.4.04

Meeting Room

Library and E-learning

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Level 1 Breakout

Stairs

Stairs

LDN.3.04

Office 2

LDN.4.29

HSSMI Core Meeting

Stairs

LDN.4.13

DE&T/HSSMI Lab

DE&T Collaborative Space

Office 19

LDN.3.06

Office 4

Seminar Room 3

LDN.3.32

Office 18

LDN.3.07

Office 5

LDN.4.14

DE&T Meeting Room 1

Lecture Theatre

LDN.0.01

Lecture Theatre

LDN.2.06

Office 16

Meeting Pod 02

Meeting Pod 01

LDN.3.08

Office 6

Seminar Room 4

LDN.3.09

Meeting Room 3

LDN.4.15

DE&T Meeting Room 2

Chira Tochia completed a degree in Advertising and Marketing Communications from Bournemouth University, and then joined OMD, an Omnicom media agency. Beginning in their Communications Department, then moving across to their Insight Department, she managed several projects across clients such as Boots, Vodafone, Hasbro, Pepsi Co and Disney. Later she moved to Substance Global, a digital agency that specialises in PR and Marketing films, TV and games. There she worked in the Social Team managing over 100+ accounts for brands such as Warner Bros Interactive, 20th Century Fox, Paramount and HBO. In 2015 Chira began an iPhD in Web Science at the University of Southampton.

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Do you lack confidence when using social media? Are you unsure about how to best present your work and network online? Come along to hone your social media skills, share successes (and failures) with each other and improve your digital footprint. This workshop will start by identifying your problem areas and concerns, which we will help address as a group, then you’ll learn some quick wins to improve your online presence. Hopefully you will walk away with new knowledge and confidence in using social media to promote your academic self and work.

Stairs

Using Social Media as a PhD Researcher: How to present your academic self online

HSSMI Collaborative Space

LDN.3.01

LDN.2.09

LDN.2.10

Meeting 3

Quiet Room

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Meeting 1

The Kitchen

LDN.4.02

Office

LDN.2.103

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Stairs

LDN.3.104

Stairs

LDN.0.101

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Reception

Reception Office LDN.0.103

LDN.1.104

The Gallery

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LL.4.01

YOU ARE HERE

Stairs

Boardroom

PhD Research LDN.3.104 PhD Research

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Breakout Space

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Open Learning

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Parallel Practicals (cont.)

HSSMI/DE&T Reception Boardroom DE&T/HSSMI Lab Shower Room Toilets

DAY 3 Session 1:


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At a Glance Monday 3rd July 2017 –Arrival and Registration. Drinks Reception from 6.30 to 7.30pm Tuesday 4th July - LEARN

Ground Floor Thursday 6th July - PRACTISE

Wednesday 5th

July - DO

9:00am Welcome Room 1.04

9:00am

Intro to day

9:30am Plenary Room 1.04

9:15am

Workshops

Using film to tell the story of your research

The Beautiful Science of Data Visualisation

Build to understand

Elevator pitch your PhD in One Minute

Making an impact with posters

Using Social Media as a PhD Researcher

Room 2.05

Room 1.03

Room 1.02

Room 1.02

Room 1.03

Room 2.05

Room 1.04

9:00am

Intro to day

9:15am

Practicals

Room 1.04

11:30am Networking Ground Floor

12:30pm –

Lunch

Ground Floor

1:30pm

Seminars

Robots for All: First handson experience with simple Lego® Robots

Lego®, cybersecurity and other animals

Room 2.05

4:30pm Evening activity

1.30pm

Workshops contd.

1.30pm

Showcases

Computational Thinking

Using film to tell the story of your research

The Beautiful Science of Data Visualisation

Build to understand

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Room 1.02

Room 1.03

Room 2.05

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Day wrap-up

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4:30pm

Day wrap-up

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3:00pm

Close

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Dinner at The Podium, Olympic Park

Dinner and Ping Pong at The Bat and Ball, Westfield

Farewell & Departure


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