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Distinguished Speaker Symposium: The Future of Chips & Electronics

Distinguished Speaker Symposium: The Future of Chips & Electronics

2024-01-16
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Tuesday 16th January 2024
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ODEON Luxe Leicester Square - 22-24 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7LQ
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The G-Research Distinguished Speaker Symposium returns on Tuesday 16th January 2024, with an exciting line-up of speakers, as well as an opportunity to learn more about G-Research and network with our team.

The 2024 edition is our second Symposium and takes place at the Odeon, Leicester Square, where we’ll hear from three industry leaders on the Future of Chips and Electronics, before a joint Q&A and networking.

Our Speakers

  • Michael Kagan (CTO at NVIDIA) discussing the challenges and engineering heroics of cutting edge chip design and manufacturing
  • James Ashton (award winning author of The Everything Blueprint: The Microchip Design that Changed the World) talking about the rise of the microchip and the British tech company behind the blueprint of it all
  • Andre Geim (Nobel prize-winning Physicist) speaking about his own work with graphene, from the initial discovery to current scientific questions, and applications in electronics and beyond
Tickets are complimentary and travel costs will be reimbursed for UK-based students outside of London.

The details

16:00 – 19:00 Talks from our Speakers
19:00 – 19:30 Joint Panel Discussion
19:30 – 21:30 Drinks & Canapé Reception

Interested in attending?

We’ll be re-opening registrations in the New Year. Check back soon to register your interest in attending.

The G-Research Distinguished Speaker Symposium

The flagship event in our Distinguished Speaker Series, the 2024 Symposium on the Future of Chips and Electronics is the second in our history, after the inaugural event in November 2022.

That time round, we heard from Sir Timothy Gowers FRSAlex Davies, and Kevin Buzzard on Computer Guided Mathematics at the Science Museum in Central London.

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