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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
“Intelligent Asset Management for Service Assurance & Infrastructure Management”
10 February 2021
Event type: Thought Leadership event

Dr Philip Stiles. Senior Lecturer in Corporate Governance, and Co-Director of the Centre for International Human Resource management, Cambridge Judge Business School. Introduced by Stephen Cassidy. System Science, BT Applied Research.

Innovation Martlesham's Breakfast Webinar “Scaling Innovation in a time of Destructive Creation”
16 February 2021
Event type: Networking event

Innovation Martlesham, in association with TechEast, would like to invite you to another Breakfast Networking Webinar Event with Tata Consultancy Services

AI Festival 2021
24 February 2021 - 25 February 2021
Event type: Conference
Hosted by BT

With a thriving hub of diverse tech companies, the East of England is at the heart of patented AI innovation for the UK. A key contributor to this thriving tech community is Adastral Park. Home to BT’s Research and Development teams and the Innovation Martlesham tech cluster, Adastral Park provides the perfect backdrop for the inaugural AI Festival set to take place virtually in 2021.

Virtual British Science Week - “STEAM For Good”
8 March 2021 - 12 March 2021
Event type: Education
Hosted by BT

Virtual British Science Week - “STEAM For Good” STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. From 8th – 12th March 2021, we will be hosting Virtual British Science Week – launching a hot topic a day to support our schools and colleges.

“Network Resource Optimisation and Ambitious Deep Learning”
9 March 2021
Event type: Thought Leadership event

Prof Rob Piechocki, Wireless, University of Bristol. Hosted by Arjun, Applied Research.

Tommy Flowers Network virtual conference - 'Creating Value for Economies: Collaborate - Innovate - Educate'
22 March 2021
Event type: Conference

This conference explores the impact of the ecosystem that we are building. We will discuss existing success stories with academia and industry. Via a poster event, we will be celebrating our young researchers, positioning their work within this vibrant world of Technology and Innovation.

Applied Research & Tommy Flowers Network Knowledge Calls - Dr Lionel Paolella
8 April 2021
Event type: Knowledge call

Dr Lionel Paolella (best 40 of under 40 Professors by Poets and Quants 2019) from Cambridge Judge Business School.