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EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education

September 11–12, 2017 | Canterbury, Great Britain

Call for Demonstrations (within workshop programme)

 

The Organising Committee of The 1st EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education (TIE’17 ) invites proposals to showcase innovative products and project work that relate to topics within the subject area of Technology, Innovation Entrepreneurship and Education.

A demonstration will consist of a 10 minute demonstration with a 5 minute Q&A within the overall demonstration programme. Optionally, each demonstration can be accompanied by an extended abstract, up to 4 pages, that can be published in the proceedings.

Proposals

The following information must be included in the proposals:

•         Title of the proposed session

•         Full name, title, and affiliation of the instructor(s)

•         A short biography of the instructor(s)

•         Short summary of session (half a page)

Expo-Workshop Chairs:

Please submit your proposal via email to ec17@tiee.uk

 

 

 

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As proposals are submitted and are accepted we will grow a programme. The current program consists of the following (but more contributions are invited).

British Aerospace

  • Bone Conduction Devices:   BAE will present a patented system they have developed whereby audio waves are sent through the bones of the skull directly to the cochlea (bypassing the ear drum), connecting sound directly to the brain. The technology can be used in a range of environments such as VR headsets, hearing aids  or noisy

Essex University

  • Online Immersive Innovation Lab - Innovation has become increasingly important in education and business. One response to this has been the introduction of special environments, tailored to supporting innovation, namely Innovation-Labs (i-Labs).  In this session  we describe (and demonstrate) our efforts to create a model for an online immersive environment that can be customized and dynamically adapted to the needs of individuals and specific innovation sessions.

La Trobe University, Australia

  • Creative-Robotix - This is a venture that uses a 3D Printer, electronic construction and computer programming to build a fully working mobile robot for just $30. It aims to set up an international community teachers, parents, children, in groups or as individuals to acquire STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Maths) skills for education or product innovation purposes.