TIDALFunding call workshop 27th October 2022Grants up to £60k

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Call details
Further details of both calls are on our website

Workshop details
Register for the workshop

The workshop will now be at Loughborough London at Here East.

Speakers and agenda
There will be tea/coffee available from 10.00 am and the formal agenda for the workshop will run from 10.30am to 3.00pm. You are welcome to stay for another hour until 4pm for additional networking over tea and coffee.

Confirmed speakers include:
Trevor Cox, Salford University, who is an acoustics specialist. He will be talking about his recent work relating to hearing aids, and the challenges of tackling assistive technology compared to more mainstream consumer products.

Aleksandra Vuckovic, Glasgow University, who is a specialist in brain-computer interface for spinal injury. She will be discussing the research challenges relating to the development of Brain-Computer Interface systems and their role as a channel for communication for patients who have spinal cord injury or other CNS impairments.

Daniel Hajas, UCL / GDI Hub is an AT user, an experienced researcher, technologist and an innovator who has led a start-up as well as working on other projects in the field of communication technologies. He has a unique perspective that we hope will provide some very valuable insights on AT innovation.

Youngjun Cho, UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC), who specialises in AI and physiological computing. We hope that his talk will stimulate delegates to think about how could this technology be used for AT.

There will also be sessions on:
Opportunities, challenges and research questions relevant to the Sensors and Data call

An opportunity to ask questions about the other themes (Responsible Engineering and DMS/Physical Devices)

What kind of proposals we are looking for and not looking for

The roles and value of academic disciplines with a focus on multidisciplinary research, diversity and new thinking

The roles and value of non-academic partners with a focus on users, clinicians, stakeholders, industry, diversity and new thinking

Collaboration Building - invitations to offer collaboration and initiate connections

A walk-through of the application form, how make the most of each section, what reviewers are looking for, etc.

Workshop registration
If you would like to attend the workshop, please register here.
Period28 Oct 2023
Event typeWorkshop
LocationLondon, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational