- Regional Hubs
- East of England Hub
- Emerging Technologies for Defence and Security - Translating Researcher Ideas into National Policy
Emerging Technologies for Defence and Security - Translating Researcher Ideas into National Policy29 March 2012
This course is now full.
The Vitae East of England Hub is pleased to annouce that we will be running this workshop in collaboration with the Defence Science & Technology Laboratory.
This free, one day workshop, offers postgraduate researchers and early career researchers an opportunity to contribute to, and understand how, research can inform national policy. Good policy development benefits from contributions and challenges from different perspectives.
We are therefore seeking researchers who have an interest in, and willingness to contribute to, discussions on the impact that emerging technologies might have on UK defence and security. This could include researchers from a wide range of disciplines such as, pure and applied sciences, social sciences, technology, computing, history, philosophy, law, neuroscience and business studies, etc.
This is a valuable researcher development and employer engagement opportunity. Attendees will experience creative thinking and multidisciplinary team working, while participating in work that is of genuine relevance for defence and security.
The event is being held in collaboration with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (dstl) which is part of the UK Ministry of Defence.
The Fielder Centre, University of Hertfordshire
- Postgraduate researchers.
- East of England
- Vitae East of England Hub & Defence Science & Technology Laboratory
- Joanne Warner
- The Fielder Centre, University of Hertfordshire
University of Hertfordshire
This event is free to attend but you do need to register to apply for a place.
To be eligible to attend you must be a postgraduate researcher or a member of research staff at an East of England institution.