Adastral Park
Life at Adastral:
Life at Adastral: Events
This area of the website is for people working at Adastral Park. From day-to-day news updates and upcoming events, to new menu options in the restaurant - you'll be up to date with what's happening on the park.
Life at Adastral: Events
This area of the website is for people working at Adastral Park. From day-to-day news updates and upcoming events, to new menu options in the restaurant - you'll be up to date with what's happening on the park.
Upcoming events
Past events
IM Breakfast Event with Chronos Technology "How Smart Is Your Building"
20 April 2021
Event type: Networking event

With Guest Speakers Lewis Owen & Elliott Ford, Chronos Technology

Applied Research & Tommy Flowers Network Knowledge Calls - Dr Lionel Paolella
22 April 2021
Event type: Knowledge call
Hosted by BT

Dr Lionel Paolella (best 40 of under 40 Professors by Poets and Quants 2019) from Cambridge Judge Business School. This talk is designed to help participants navigate diverse settings more effectively and improve their ability to create, work within, and lead diverse teams within their organization. It will offer participants the opportunity to develop their critical thinking on topics such as discrimination, relationships across difference and bias, and how they relate to organizational issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

IM Breakfast Webinar "The Democratisation of AI"
11 May 2021
Event type: Networking event

With guest speaker James Duez, CEO, Rainbird. Before COVID, all businesses aspired to be more digital. Now, being more digital is a matter of survival. However, some remain intimidated by artificial intelligence (AI) and intelligent automation (IA).

Applied Research & Tommy Flowers Network Thought Leadership event: “Automating Airport Surface Operations through Multi-Objective Decision Support”
13 May 2021
Event type: Knowledge Call
Hosted by BT

Dr. Jun Chen is Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Engineering Science at Queen Mary University, London. With increasing demand for air travel and overloaded airport facilities, inefficient airport taxiing operations are identified as a significant contributor to unnecessary fuel burn and a substantial source of pollution. The critical problem is the allocation of taxi routes to aircraft that balance conflicting objectives of taxi times, costs and emissions, independent of airport topology or day-to-day operations.