On December 4th 2014 The University of Birmingham will be hosting the second Mobile Apps in Research Summit. We are excited to announce that delegate registration is now open.
This year’s Summit includes some discussion-based workshop sessions, by popular demand, as well as presentations, panels and networking.
Panel: Supporting apps in research – what UK universities need to do
Workshop Sessions: delegates may attend either A or B
– Session A: When is an app the right thing for your research?
– Session B: Designing data gathering apps
Workshop Sessions: delegates may attend either C or D
– Session C: Can research apps be commercialised?
– Session D: Make an impact – evaluating your app in the real world
Panel: The Future of Mobile Apps: Ubiquitous apps, appcessories, and the Internet of Things
Closing session: shaping the Mobile Apps in Research Summit 2015
There will also be a networking lunch with the chance to meet developers who have experience in creating mobile apps based in academic research. There’s an increased focus on outputs this year, including responses and solutions from the workshops, partnerships for collaboration, and consultation on the future of the Summit for 2015.
For the full programme and to register visit our website www.appsinresearchsummit.com. Tickets cost £15 including lunch. Follow us on Twitter for updates @appsinresearch.
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