We are very pleased to announce this year's programme committee members, their contribution is crucial to the success and rigour of the conference and we thank them for their time and effort.
Dr Luigi Occhipinti, EPSRC Centre National Outreach Manager and Conference Chair, Cambridge, UK
Mr Chris Rider, EPSRC Centre Director, Cambridge, UK
Dr Mark Leadbeater, EPSRC Centre Programme Manager, Cambridge, UK
Cathy Curling, Curling Consulting, UK
Dr Ravinder Dahiya, University of Glasgow, UK
Dr Tom Harvey, Centre for Process Innovation Limited, UK
Dr Alan Hodgson, Alan Hodgson Consulting Ltd, UK
Professor Donald Lupo, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Dr Simon Ogier, NeuDrive Limited, UK
Dr Catherine Ramsdale, PragmatIC Printing Limited
Professor Henning Sirringhaus, University of Cambridge, UK
Professor Natalie Stingelin, Imperial College London, UK
Professor Martin Taylor, Bangor University, UK
Professor Michael Turner, University of Manchester, UK
Venue and gala dinner
Due to the growth in the popularity of the innoLAE conference and numbers of delegates over the last two years, we will be hosting the 2017 conference at our largest venue yet- the Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge UK. This is a newly-refurbished venue with ample exhibition space, large comfortable lecture theatres, onsite accommodation and free parking.
More about the venue (pdf)
The gala dinner will be hosted by Downing College, Cambridge, UK on 31 January 2017. More details to follow.
Call for papers
The call for papers will be opening at the start of June with the deadline for abstract submissions on 30th September 2016.
For further information about conference deadlines or any questions, please contact Vika Lebedeva-Baxter (e: email@example.com, t: +44 (0)1223 748370).
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