Intel Ireland Research Conference
The Intel Ireland Research Conference is back and will be held this year on November 21st and 22nd 2013 in Clontarf Castle, Dublin. This is a great opportunity for academic and industrial researchers, policy makers and Intel technologists to come together to discuss the hottest topics in ICT. As usual, we will host a number of plenary talks from outstanding speakers in a variety of fields, describing current opportunities and future challenges.
With the advent of the EU Horizon 2020 research funding programme, particular focus will be given to optimizing the interaction between industry and academia, from blue skies research to amazing technology. We will also host breakout sessions on themes of silicon and nanotechnology, advanced manufacturing, and design science for Information Systems – calls are now open for conference papers across all themes.
Design science is perhaps one of the newest but rapidly growing fields within Information Systems discipline, concerned with the creation and evaluation of IT artifacts (software, algorithms, management methods, design practices, etc) – full list of call for paper topics available at http://www.dssymposium.org/ .
Please join us for two days of debate and networking in beautiful Clontarf Castle, Dublin, Ireland. Conference pre-registration is now open at www.intel.eu/content/www/eu/en/education/ireland-research-conference.html