Upcoming Events

19.11.19

16:30 - 18:30

Financial advice session

20.11.19

12:30 - 16:30

Internet of Things in Healthcare

21.11.19

09:30 - 17:00

Jelly: Creative & Digital co-working pop up office

26.11.19 - 27.11.19

10:00 - 17:30

CIBSE Build2Perform Live 2019

28.11.19

08:00 - 12:00

Meet the Sensor Expert – Surgery session

02.12.19

10:00 - 16:00

Meet the Engineering Experts – Daily surgery sessions

05.12.19

12:30 - 13:30

Sensor City Lunch Club

10.12.19

17:00 - 18:00

IP Surgery Session with Bartle Read

11.12.19

10:00 - 11:00

Insurance and Risk Surgery session

Planning an event?

Sensor City is a brilliant venue, suitable for any type of event.
It's an inspiring and innovative space and I recommend it to anyone.

Amy Campo McEvoy, The Girls' Network

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6 Nov LJMU 9:30 - 16:30

SWIG – Sensors for Water Interest Group: Innovation Workshop

Overview:

The innovation workshop, kindly hosted by Liverpool John Moores University, and run as a joint workshop with Add Strategy, offers the opportunity for attendees to have detailed conversations with the presenters and for the presenter to gain feedback and insight from the audience. This will be through a number of focused round table discussions and interactive workshops. These discussions could lead to future collaborations to develop or exploit new technologies with an end user.

This workshop aims to address challenges related to water sensors as identified by the water industry.

Morning session – Technical innovation
This session focuses on new technology being developed to respond to sensing challenges in water that have been identified by water companies. In particular new technologies that offer better information for the user, for example new cost effective methods for measurement of turbidity and innovative methods of data fusion and analytics, also achieving lab quality analysis in networks.

Afternoon session – Innovation in business models
Run in conjunction with Add Strategy, presentations that focus on developing new methods of working are invited. This could include methods of sharing data, innovative costing models, tools for planning sensor deployment, costing models and overcoming resistance to change.

Chaired by: Richard Luxton, Institute of Biosensing Technology, UWE

Hosted by: Liverpool John Moores University

Location: Room 205, Peter Jost Enterprise Centre, Byrom Street, Liverpool, L3 3AF

Programme: Draft agenda

Transport: The Peter Jost Enterprise Centre is a 10 minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street train station.

Alternatively there are public car parks in the city centre – the closest public car park is the NCP Liverpool Primrose Hill 

We have a very limited number of bookable parking spaces on site – these will be prioritised for exhibitors to use (who have equipment to carry) and disabled delegates.

Suggested Hotels: (many other options available in Liverpool)

Double Tree by Hilton, 4* hotel is an 8 minute walk away. B&B at advanced purchase rate from £126 online

Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre, Lime Street is a 10 minute walk away. Standard rooms from £83 online

Prices: £95 inc VAT for SWIG members; £171 inc VAT for non-members; £22 for students.Literature may be distributed for a fee of £71 and a limited number of table top displays are available at £136 each.

Booking: Please use our online booking form. Alternatively contact rosa.richards@swig.org.uk to book directly or if you wish to book a table top display.

12 Nov Sensor City 16:30 - 19:00

The Institute for Manufacturing are the chosen Knowledge Partner for DMW. This Briefing will be held at Sensor City in Liverpool, co-located with Digital Manufacturing Week (DMW), part of DMW Fringe.

New and emerging technologies present huge opportunities for businesses. But how can companies identify and capitalise on these opportunities, while remaining squarely focused on business strategy and on delivering customer value? And how can they respond to challenges such as the cost and complexity of digitalisation, skills requirements, and disruption from new market entrants?

In this short, focused Briefing for manufacturing decision-makers and policy practitioners, we will provide insights from the latest thinking and research from the Institute for Manufacturing around successful strategies for digitalisation.

Drawing on case studies from industry and from international practice, the event will explore frameworks and real examples that can help decision makers to develop strategic approaches for digitalisation initiatives.

The audience will be invited to join the discussion in a panel session and will have the opportunity to share experiences and insights both with Cambridge academics, and their industrial peers during a networking reception.

We invite manufacturers and policy practitioners to this event, as we address the opportunities and challenges faced by firms when implementing digital technologies.

Agenda

  • Arrival, networking and refreshments
  • Welcome & introduction – Prof. Tim Minshall
  • Speakers to be announced shortly
  • Panel discussion

Why attend?

This Briefing will bring together practitioners and researchers to discuss and share insights and best practice. Participants will leave with ideas, inspiration, priorities and strategies for implementation.

To find out more about IfM’s involvement in this UK’s largest digital manufacturing exhibition, visit the DMW page on the IfM website.

IfM Briefing Series

This event is part of the IfM Briefing Series, thought-provoking events that tackle real challenges.

Each event is tailored to a defined audience, focussing on a specific topic, bringing together expertise in that topic to address common challenges in manufacturing.

18 Dec Sensor City 10:00 - 15:00

Preparing you to succeed in your medical school interview

By attending this course you will:

  • Gain a clearer understanding of the different types of medical school interview processes
  • Improve your communication and confidence by interacting with experienced doctors (and medical students)
  • Participate in a significant amount of interview practice to tackle common and difficult questions
  • Hear personal stories, useful tips, and network with relatable professionals which will place YOU at an advantage!
  • Know how to construct a clear plan of the next steps needed to achieve interview and career success
  • Be awarded with a certificate of attendance

Who will be there?

The Team at DreamSmartTutors including medical students and doctors.

FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Minimum age is 16, acceptable forms of ID are: passport, driver’s licence, student (photographic) ID.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Nearest underground is Liverpool Lime Street Station.

What can I bring into the event?

You can bring stationary and a packed lunch.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email: enquiries@dreamsmarttutors.com

What’s the refund policy?

Please read the terms and conditions on the website, there are no refunds.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

You can bring your printed ticket or show your ticket on your phone.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferable?

No.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

If a parent or guardian has purchased the ticket on your behalf they will need to inform us of this BEFORE the course date otherwise there will be no entry onto the course. The ticket name and the name of the person who attends (proven by ID) needs to match for entry.

20 Nov Sensor City 12:30 - 16:30

Applications, Opportunities and Challenges

The healthcare industry is getting costlier than ever. Population ageing is a global challenge and the number of chronic diseases is on the rise.

While technology such as IoT cannot prevent the population from ageing or eradicate chronic diseases in the near future, it can at least mitigate the situation and improve the quality of life.

With IoT technology, real-time monitoring of patients can be made possible by using implantable or wearable devices. Vital medical information such as heartbeat, glucose level and aspiration can be monitored by connecting these smart medical devices to a local router or a smartphone app. The collected data can be transferred to a medical centre. The vast amount of data collected can be further analysed. It would allow healthcare organisations to get vital healthcare analytics and data-driven insights for better decision-making.

At the same time, the IoT technology is also facing great challenges for healthcare applications, such as data security & privacy, integration of different devices and standards, and the accuracy of remote data collection.

This seminar aims to address these issues by discussing the applications, opportunities and challenges of Internet of Things in healthcare.

Speakers

  • Michael McKean, Eurotech, IoT Business Manager
  • Alex Casson, University of Manchester, Reader (Associate Professor)
  • Dr Benjamin Salem Bernard, University of Liverpool, Senior Lecturer in Industrial Design
  • Didier Bozec, Eurofins York, Laboratories Director
  • Michael Walker, AIMES Grid Services CIC Ltd, Project Director

Reasons to attend

  • This event will bridge the two trendy topics of IoT and healthcare. Currently there is no UK workshop or seminar specifically focusing on the applications of IoT on healthcare. The event will be jointly run by the IoT TPN and sister IET TPNs.
  • The Science and Technology Facilities Council, Sensor City and Alder Hey Hospital have nationally and internationally renowned facilities and expertise. This event will bring together experts from these institutes to demonstrate what they have to offer on IoT technology for healthcare applications.
  • This event should be of the interests of audience from the IoT society, people working in the NHS, manufacturer and cybersecurity scientists and engineers. The event will also be a suitable platform for networking and information sharing for scientists, engineer, medical professionals and PhD students.
  • Given that both IoT and healthcare are very relevant to people’s everyday life, the TPN(s) will work with Local Networks to attract the general public to attend the event.

You can find out more and view the event programme here

7 Nov Sensor City 08:00 - 11:00

The world as we know it is changing and the pace will be rapid. Powered by advances in sensor technology, the internet of things is expanding. The impact will be felt across our northern cities, by our businesses and into our homes.

Liverpool is no exception, with initiatives underway across the city that have the potential to forever change the way we work and live together.

But what are these changes? How will they affect us? When will they come online? What can we do to develop them faster and more efficiently?

This event is the first in a potential series of events that aims to bring together Smart City innovators and businesses with real challenges helping our Smart City economy to engage, share ideas and move the conversation forward to tangible outcomes.

Organised by Sensor City and Whitecap Consulting, the morning event is free to attend and will feature a range of speakers and panellists.

Agenda:

8:15 am – Breakfast and networking

9:00 am – Welcome to Sensor City

9:05 am – Smart City – a market overview, Stefan Haase, Director, Whitecap Consulting

9:15 am – Dr Joanne Phoenix, Executive Director, Sensor City

9:25 am – IoT, Digitalisation and Smart Cities, Danny Jennings, IoT Solutions Development, Arrow

9:40 am – Ann Williams, Liverpool 5G Consortium / Liverpool City Council

9:55 am – Singapore – Smart City case study, Ashish Pandey, VP / Client Executive-UK, TechMahindra Ltd

10:10 am – Smart City Blueprint, the key to success, Mark Lowe, Business Development Director, Pinacl Solutions

10:30 am – Panel and Q&A featuring our speakers

11:00 am – Event closes and further networking

3 Oct Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Innovation refunding for R&D and much more!

  • Have you developed new and improved products at great cost to your company, consuming a large part of your budget?
  • Have you ever wondered if you could reclaim financial refunding for all those hours you have spent toiling away on researching and trialling new systems or testing new processes?
  • Have you experimented with different materials to see how they perform and incurred costs because of wastage?
  • Does your business engage with new devices and efficiencies and create or improve algorithms for software and help to resolve unknowns and uncertainties in your work and your clients?

If you can relate to any of these situations, come along to one of our informal 1-2-1 sessions where we can help guide your company to the innovation refunds that you may be entitled too.

Sensor City is pleased to be working with Innovation Relief – experts in Research & Development and Capital Allowances Tax Relief – who have to date applied for and secured over 4,000 successful cases.

Some of our community members are already taking advantage of innovation refunding, with the average refund achieved being £40,000+ so it’s well worth finding out what you could be entitled to.

Innovation relief can also discuss the benefits of their referral scheme with you, which rewards referral agents for the successful contacts they provide.

These free 1-2-1 sessions are a great opportunity to create new revenue streams for your company, so please come along and find out more.

15 Oct Sensor City 15:00 - 19:00

University of Liverpool – Computer Science Networking event

The University of Liverpool will be hosting a Computer Science networking event on Tuesday 15th October 2019 at Sensor City.

There will between 50-70 students in attendance and they will be from all years of undergraduate study looking to engage with employers who could potentially employ them in some capacity in the future.

We would like to invite companies along with an interest in speaking to students from the Computer Science department in relation to anything from internships (short placements during the Easter/Summer vacation), placements (1 year in Industry) and graduate level opportunities.

We are limiting the number of employers who attend, so this will be on a first come, first served basis.

Please can you RSVP your interest to Jane Marsh, Employer Engagement Consultant: jane.forster@liverpool.ac.uk or 0151 794 4628 

 

9 Oct Sensor City 12:00 - 15:00

University of Liverpool – Electrical Engineering and Electronics Employability Summit 2019

The focus of the event is to introduce employers to students who could potentially take up opportunities with them, including Year in Industry placements next academic year (20/21).

We will also be opening the invitation up to a number of final years and Masters student who are also looking for EEE opportunities.

The event will run from 12 noon to 3pm, it will start with a networking lunch and then will consist of a series of lightening talks from invited employers followed by some group activities with our year in industry students from the Electrical Engineering and Electronics department.

The group activities will be led by the employers and could be anything from solving real-life challenges to actual exercises used at assessment centre or any other group activity of your choice.

We do have limited space for employers to take part in the talks and activities so this will be on a first come first served basis, however, everyone who RSVP’s will be able to attend the networking lunch and observe the event.

Please can you RSVP your interest to Jane Marsh, Employer Engagement Consultant: jane.forster@liverpool.ac.uk or 0151 794 4628 

25 Sep Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly is an opportunity for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities. We are looking to build a network of students who are keen to work on projects with our business partners, undertake internships and become part of our innovative and collaborative community.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly to use our space and make new connections. We regularly welcome students from societies including the University of Liverpool Coding and Robotics Society and LJMU Makers Society, as well as students from all other disciplines.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee and FREE Wi-Fi.

Our meeting rooms and break-out spaces are also ideal for group work or society meet-ups. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

11 Sep London 10:00 - 17:00

Summary

The event will provide expert guidance on every stage of the entrepreneur journey and tackle some of the biggest challenges facing tech entrepreneurs today, from concept to prototype to launch. The various speakers will be highlighting the fundamentals of crowdfunding, hardware design, manufacturing, IoT, materials sourcing, marketing and public relations.

Details

Are you an entrepreneur building a tech product? Then don’t miss this exclusive bootcamp designed for innovators like you. Join Indiegogo and Arrow for a free workshop on 11 September 2019 at a private venue near London’s Kings Cross Station.

Get expert guidance on every stage of the entrepreneur journey and learn how to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing tech entrepreneurs today, from concept to prototype to launch. Take part in discussions highlighting the fundamentals of crowdfunding, hardware design, manufacturing, IoT, materials sourcing, marketing and public relations.

Consultations

Want even more in-depth advice? Request a 1:1 consulting session when registering to have all your questions answered by an Arrow engineer or crowdfunding expert, and discover how the Arrow Certification Program can help you bring your tech project from ideation through production.

Lunch and beverages will be provided.

Registration

Seats are limited to eligible entrepreneurs. To attend this free event, you must be a tech entrepreneur with a product idea that has an electronic and/or software component, at any stage of product development, from ideation through production.

Please apply by filling out the registration form and we will confirm your seat with event location and details.

Entrepreneur Testimonials for the Hardware Startup Bootcamp

“A day spent with Indiegogo and their partners is invaluable for any startup.” –Clifton Brown, CEO, Mancala Marketing

“This event was a fantastic starting point for launching a crowdfunding campaign.” –Reid Kersey, CEO Sniffer GPS

“Well worth the time invested in attending this event. Anybody in any stage of development can learn or discover something that would benefit the evolution of their startup.” –Michael Clary, CEO, Citadel Security Systems

“The bootcamp gave me some practical next steps, helpful guidance and connections in my crowdfunding journey. I would highly recommend it to anyone, regardless of where they’re at in the process.” –Beau Milliken, ReFrame Co-founder

Contact

Have questions about Indiegogo presents: Hardware Startup Bootcamp?
Contact Indiegogo and Arrow

11 Oct Exhibition Centre, Liverpool 09:00 - 15:00

The Merseyside Business Expo will be the largest event of its type in the region with over 160 exhibitors, and in excess of 2,000 delegates expected to attend.

The event will provide a unique platform for local organisations and exhibitors from across the UK to network, promote their business, and make those all-important new connections across the Merseyside business community. Exhibitors will hail from both the private and public sectors, as well as corporate organisations and SMEs.

Register now for your free Delegate Pass here.

27 Sep Atrium, Sensor City 11:00 - 12:00

For the second year running, we will be taking part in the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’.

Last year our staff, tenants and members baked and bought some delicious treats to help raise much needed funds for Macmillan, so please get involved again this year and pop in for a cuppa, cake and a chat!

If you’d like to get creative in the kitchen and bring in some sweet or savoury baked goods it would be very much appreciated. There will be prizes for the best bake-off entries so here here are some handy recipe ideas to elevate your cakes, sausage rolls, biscuits and much more.

We’ll also have a number of games and competitions throughout the coffee morning, so please invite all of your staff, customers and wider networks to to join in with our social event an aid of a great cause. 

The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 27th September is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. People all over the UK will be hosting their own Coffee Mornings and ‘dough-nations’ on the day are made to Macmillan. Last year alone over £27 million was raised overall. One in two of us will face cancer, and the money you raise at our Coffee Morning will help us make sure no one has to face it alone.

 

24 Sep -
26 Sep
International Convention Centre (ICC), Newport 10:00 - 15:30

The UK Space Conference is well established as the most important and influential event for space in the UK.

For the fifth time, this biennial event will bring together the UK and international space community from across government, industry and academia to exchange ideas, share plans, develop relationships and seek inspiration to thrive in the new space age.

  • HEAR from the UK and international space community and get the latest updates from across the sector.
  • CONNECT and build relationships and networks with peers from across the fast-changing space market. Discuss emerging challenges, discover new opportunities and exchange ideas.
  • PARTICIPATE in thought-provoking sessions and have your say on the key issues affecting the sector. The exhibition will include numerous spaces to explore, learn, do business and network. Barista bars, charge stations, informal seating, business zones and spotlight talks will engage and entertain delegates over three days.
  • LEARN from the best and each other – be that industry specialists, policy makers or thought leaders. Find solutions to problems you face.
  • ENJOY the best networking event in the UK space calendar with a buzzing drinks reception in the exhibition area (day one) and a spectacular gala dinner (day two).

Secure your place at the flagship event for space in the UK here.

25 Sep -
26 Sep
Hall 2, NEC Birmingham 10:00 - 17:00

Sensors & Instrumentation Live celebrates its 10 year anniversary in 2019 and to mark the occasion, the UK’s only national instrumentation exhibition has introduced a fresh new look and will feature even more unmissable content.

As a platform dedicated to showcasing the latest technology in the fields of test, measurement and control, the free-to-attend event attracts influencers and key decision makers that are looking to source the latest products and solutions and stay up to date with the latest developments.

Visitors benefit from the unique opportunity to see all of the market leaders under one roof, while exhibitors enjoy an incredible ROI from the highly-targeted and relevant crowd that the show attracts.

Our Head of Engineering, Daniel Watson, is presenting at this event in the Enterprise Hub at 11:15am on Wednesday 25th September. 

Claim your free entry badge here.

13 Nov -
14 Nov
Exhibition Centre, Liverpool 9:00 - 17:00

This is more than an event – it’s the festival of manufacturing in Europe

Smart Factory Expo showcases transformational technology, innovative thinking, game-changing leaders and inspirational cases studies.

The main Expo themes are:

  • Manufacturing Innovation
  • Digital Transformation
  • Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Industrial Data and Cybersecurity
  • Industrial Automation
  • Internet of Things
  • Future manufacturing
  • Smart Factory

From Solutions Theatres to Innovation Alley, Consultants’ Clinics to Hack&Pitch sessions, the Expo will enable delegates to learn from world-class manufacturing and technology experts, interact with tech start-ups and celebrate UK manufacturing success stories.

Sensor City will be exhibiting as part of the Liverpool City Region Partner presence and speaking within the Solutions Theatres, at 11am on Day 1 and 1:15pm on Day 2.

Smart Factory Expo is FREE to attend if you register before 11 November 2019, here.

23 Oct -
24 Oct
Exhibition Centre, Liverpool 09:00 - 19:00

Smarter Tomorrow is the only UK event that connects the ever-growing circle of stakeholders involved in combating climate change by delivering smarter places: politicians, policy makers, planners, engineers, academia, business and entrepreneurs. This year it has three main themes; Smarter Cities, Smarter Travel, Smarter Streets. 

Smarter Tomorrow is the must-attend showcase for towns and cities seeking the biggest benefits from good design and smart, connected technologies. It will focus on local solutions to national issues, including climate change, devolution, funding, digital transformation & connectivity, resilience and inward investment.

Dr Joanne Phoenix, Interim Executive Director at Sensor City is speaking at this event, in the Smarter Tomorrow Plenary Zone.

On Wednesday 23rd October between 4:30-6pm, she will be discussing the impact of ‘Delivering real benefits for citizens’, with reference to the Liverpool 5G testbed: using low-cost, open source 5G networks, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and IoT to improve health and social care.

More information and the registration link can be found here.

26 Nov -
27 Nov
London Olympia 10:00 - 17:30

CIBSE Build2Perform Live 2019 is the UK’s premier event for built environment solutions.

The two day event features 80+ hours of approved CPD, 90+ speakers, 2,000 attendees and 70 exhibitors. The event is about making connections – between people, ideas, knowledge and experiences – to gain insights at the intersections of issues to enable practical, positive action on building performance.

Build2Perform Live 2019 is specifically designed to equip you with a mix of case studies, in-depth technical analysis, practical tools and insight into ideas and changes that you need to have on your radar. This event will make a difference in the buildings you deliver.

We are delighted that our Interim Executive Director, Dr Joanne Phoenix, and resident member Kevin Davies, Managing Director of Pulse Systems Ltd are speaking at this event, presenting a case study session on ‘Making the most of sensors’. The focus of this session is on practical takeaways on maximising the use of sensors and measured data to improve building performance. Their session is at 3:50pm on Tuesday 26th November.

Attending Build2Perform Live is FREE and you can register here.

5 Dec Sensor City 12:30 - 13:30

On the first Thursday of each month we’ll be hosting a lunchtime networking event.

These informal events will be the ideal opportunity for us all to welcome new residents into our community, provide a platform to raise awareness of your business activity and for us to share updates on any upcoming funding calls or social events.

We have some fantastic companies, academics, students and industry professionals based within our building and within our wider networks and this breakfast event aims to get everyone together for a regular chat over a light lunch.

Find out more about the IoT project your next door neighbour is working on, meet interns keen to undertake placements and let everyone know about your recent award wins or product launches.

An outline Lunch Club agenda is below:

  • 12:30pm – 12:50pm: Refreshments
  • 12:50pm – 1:10pm: Announcements, discussions and profile raising opportunities
  • 1:10pm – 1:30pm: Themed presentation

Our Lunch Club is open to all companies, especially those located within the Knowledge Quarter and Jelly Liverpool, and we look forward to welcoming new faces into our innovation hub each month.

Please join us for this midday meet-up and start the month by making new connections and raising your profile.

We will be looking for ideas on how best to shape the Lunch Club for the benefit of our members going forwards, so please share your ideas and let us know if you’d like to sponsor one later in the year.

7 Nov Sensor City 08:00 - 09:00

On the first Thursday of each month we’ll be hosting a networking breakfast event. This month however, we’re combining our Breakfast Club with a larger Smart Cities event.

We have some fantastic companies, academics, students and industry professionals based within our building and within our wider networks and this breakfast event aims to get everyone together for a regular chat over a coffee and croissant.

Find out more about the IoT project your next door neighbour is working on, meet interns keen to undertake placements and let everyone know about your recent award wins or product launches.

An outline Breakfast Club agenda for this month is below:

  • 8:00am – 9:00am: Refreshments
  • 9:00am – 11:00am: Presentations and Q&A about Smart Cities

Our Breakfast Club is open to all companies, especially those located within the Knowledge Quarter and Jelly Liverpool, and we look forward to welcoming new faces into our innovation hub each month.

Please join us for this breakfast meet-up and Smart Cities event.

We will be looking for ideas on how best to shape the Breakfast Club for the benefit of our members going forwards, so please share your ideas and let us know if you’d like to sponsor one later in the year.

 

3 Oct Sensor City 08:30 - 09:30

On the first Thursday of each month we’ll be hosting a networking breakfast event.

These informal events will be the ideal opportunity for us all to welcome new residents into our community, provide a platform to raise awareness of your business activity and for us to share updates on any upcoming funding calls or social events.

We have some fantastic companies, academics, students and industry professionals based within our building and within our wider networks and this breakfast event aims to get everyone together for a regular chat over a coffee and croissant.

Find out more about the IoT project your next door neighbour is working on, meet interns keen to undertake placements and let everyone know about your recent award wins or product launches.

An outline Breakfast Club agenda is below:

  • 8:30am – 8:45am: Refreshments
  • 8:45am – 9:15am: Announcements, discussions and profile raising opportunities
  • 9:15am – 9:30am: Networking

Our Breakfast Club is open to all companies, especially those located within the Knowledge Quarter and Jelly Liverpool, and we look forward to welcoming new faces into our innovation hub each month.

Please join us for this breakfast meet-up and start the month by making new connections and raising your profile.

We will be looking for ideas on how best to shape the Breakfast Club for the benefit of our members going forwards, so please share your ideas and let us know if you’d like to sponsor one later in the year.

5 Sep Sensor City 08:30 - 09:30

We are excited to be launching the Sensor City Breakfast Club!

On the first Thursday of each month we’ll be hosting a networking breakfast event, starting this September.

These informal events will be the ideal opportunity for us all to welcome new residents into our community, provide a platform to raise awareness of your business activity and for us to share updates on any upcoming funding calls or social events.

We have some fantastic companies, academics, students and industry professionals based within our building and within our wider networks and this breakfast event aims to get everyone together for a regular chat over a coffee and croissant.

Find out more about the IoT project your next door neighbour is working on, meet interns keen to undertake placements and let everyone know about your recent award wins or product launches.

An outline Breakfast Club agenda is below:

  • 8:30am – 8:45am: Refreshments
  • 8:45am – 9:15am: Announcements, discussions and profile raising opportunities
  • 9:15am – 9:30am: Networking

Our Breakfast Club is open to all companies, especially those located within the Knowledge Quarter and Jelly Liverpool, and we look forward to welcoming new faces into our innovation hub each month.

Please join us for this inaugural breakfast meet-up and start the month by making new connections and raising your profile.

We will be looking for ideas on how best to shape the Breakfast Club for the benefit of our members going forwards, so please share your ideas and let us know if you’d like to sponsor one later in the year.

18 Sep -
19 Sep
Sensor City & CTL 10:30 - 16:30

The Faculties Innovative Students Hub (FISH) is a space for University of Liverpool students to come together, form interdisciplinary teams and create solutions to real-world problems.

This ‘FISH Meets Medicine Hackathon’ will allow physicists, medics, engineers, computer scientists and chemists to work together to solve problems, specifically in the field of medicine. 

The two day event includes inspiring talks from clinicians who will deliver problems that require solving, and who can work with student teams on their suggested projects. It is a great opportunity for students to develop their creative, technical and presentation skills, not forgetting that lunch, snacks and drinks will be provided!

Who should attend?

We are looking for both students and clinicians to get involved.

Clinicians are able to submit problems which should be solvable by a team of STEM undergraduate students. We know things can get busy, so the amount of involvement is up to you. You could just attend the event to outline your problem or, ideally, you would become an active member of the team and provide feedback on the solutions as they are being developed.

Students attending will be able to apply their knowledge to discuss, brainstorm and solve real world problems in teams. The teams who identify the solution will maintain intellectual property rights to that solution.

>>> Submit a problem here <<<

Schedule

Wednesday 18th September (Venue: Sensor City)

  • 10:30 – Registration & tea/coffee
  • 11:00 – Introduction
  • 12:45 – Lunch
  • 13:15 – Meet the problems
  • 13:45 – Build solutions
  • 16:30 – Presentation of initial ideas and close out

Thursday 19th September (Venue: Central Teaching Labs)

  • 10:30 – Tea/coffee (start work)
  • 11:00 – Introduction to day 2
  • 11:15 – Project work with team
  • 12:45 – Lunch
  • 13:15 – Project work with team
  • 16:00 – Closing talk – Team presentations

Event venues

> Day 1 (Wed 18th Sept): Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

> Day 2 (Thr 19th Sept): Central Teaching Labs, Faculty of Science & Engineering, University of Liverpool, Off Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, L69 7BX

2 Aug Sensor City 11:00 - 14:00

As well as supporting businesses with the development of ideas and manufacturing physical items for prototypes, DefProc Engineering have developed their own creative invention.

‘Made Invaders’ is an interactive, sensor-based game which is a physical version of a well-loved computer game.

Having already toured the region at events including ‘Light Night 2018’, we are excited to be hosting ‘Made Invaders’ and opening up the invitation for anyone to challenge the Sensor City leader board.

Feel free to drop in anytime between 11am – 2pm on Friday 2nd August and experience this unique digital game.

Individuals and teams can battle it out for free to become a Master Made Invader, and it’s the perfect solution to keeping your children entertained this summer holiday!

This demo day will feature in Hack Space magazine and we will also be setting up our new virtual reality HTC Vive Pro Wireless Headset for people to try out.

For further information about DefProc Engineering, their current projects and collaborative links with other innovative organisations, visit their website.

10 Sep Sensor City 9:30 - 12:00

CYBER SECURITY AND AI

A fast paced, fun taster session full of knowledge and practical tips and tricks to help ignite your digital mindset.

About this Event

Join us for an morning of essential Digital Skills Training at Sensor City in partnership with LCR Activate!

The workshop is provided by The Extraordinary Club in partnership with technology giants ‘Facebook’ in order to address the digital skills gap and equip people with the essential digital skills needed in order to compete in today’s workplace.

Specific digital skills are key to unlocking opportunities for job seekers and addressing the shortage of digitally skilled workers in the UK so whether you want to up-skill yourself, refresh some knowledge or use the skills to help you with your day to day work then this training is for you!

In the workshop we will cover 2 key modules in 2.5 hours

Cyber Security – we help you to understand the dangers of the web and provide core methods to protect yourself including how to spot a phishing scam and even see into the lives of a hacker and how easily they can gain information.

AI (Artificial Intelligence) – we debunk the main misconceptions of AI, along with algorithm creation and how we use this to automate different tasks. We explain the connection between algorithms, AI & automation

What’s more is you will receive a Facebook Digital Skills Certificate to say you have completed the training and also your own bespoke Future Work Force Model which is ideal for employer/employee development purposes and for your CV!

What are you waiting for? It’s staff training that’s FREE, FUN, FAST PACED and it’s a chance too good to be missed.

Book your place today!

4 Sep Byrom Street Campus, LJMU 09:00 - 16:00

The second annual meeting of drone developers and users in Liverpool and surrounding areas.

For the second year running, LJMU will be bringing together academia, industry and the general public to discuss drone-based research and generate new collaborations – with a free lunch, coffee and cake! Delegates will be spending half the day hearing about drone tech itself and half a day talking about the applications of drone technology. LJMU also encourage attendees to submit abstracts to present talks and posters. Full details are below:

  • Sharing research in the forefronts of drone technology and applications
  • Bringing together academics and industry to forge new collaborations and research ideas

Morning session – research in drone technology, including fully autonomous flight and novel drone design.

Afternoon session – applications of drones, from conservation to archaeology to forensics.

*Please only sign up for one ticket

There are 3 categories of ticket:

  • General admission: This is for a ticket to attend
  • General admission and a poster: This is for a ticket to attend and to submit a poster to display (all posters will be accepted)
  • General admission and a presentation: This is for a ticket to attend AND to submit an abstract for a presentation at the event. Abstracts will be accepted until Friday, 2 August and all successful presenters will be notified the week commencing 5th August.

Any questions regarding content and queries about presenting, please contact Dr. Claire Burke: c.burke@ljmu.ac.uk

Any questions regarding ticketing, location, etc., please contact Katherine Stephan: k.d.stephan@ljmu.ac.uk

The event is taking place at the following address: James Parsons Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, G05/G07/G09 (Adaptive Learning Zone), Liverpool, L3 3AF

16 Jul Sensor City 50 Russell Street Liverpool, L3 5LJ

The Digital Skills Training Programme by Facebook and Freeformers, in partnership with The Extraordinary Club & Agent Academy focuses on enabling you to develop the confidence and the skills you may need to help build up your business, become a budding entrepreneur or for your current employment. They’re passionate about keeping you up to date in the digital economy!

This programme forms part of a Europe-wide initiative led by technology giant ‘Facebook,’ to help people and businesses grow and equip everyone with the digital skills they need to compete in today’s workplace.

Facebook’s focus is to help tackle the digital skills gap nationally and regionally and to offer this opportunity to anyone 18 upwards – they’re essential digital skills needed in order to tackle the new technological era!

Join LCR Activate, here at Sensor City for this fast paced, free and informative course, covering 2 key areas in just 2 and 1/2 hours:

• Web Presence – make the web work for you and help your idea come to life with the right tools
• Social Media Marketing – make the most of social media, personally or professionally.

At the end of the session, you’ll be rewarded with a Facebook Digital Training Certificate and you’ll receive your own personalised Future Work Force Model which is perfect for employee and employer development!

To register for a place, visit the event’s Eventbrite page.

26 Jul Sensor City 12:00 - 14:00

We are working closely with Research Partnerships and Innovation at the University of Liverpool, to promote the launch of the Sensor City Innovation Voucher Scheme.

The aim is for academics at the University of Liverpool to work with companies based in Sensor City, as well as those in the wider region who are also developing sensor technologies and applications.

Funding is available for suitable projects, with applications opening in September (exact date to be announced shortly).

This event will:

  1. Highlight the overall scheme, its aims and the application process
  2. Launch a new call and provide a networking opportunity for companies and academics to mix and start to develop new proposals ready for a September application deadline
  3. Provide a ‘pitch session’ forum for academics who want to work with small companies, providing headline information on their key areas of activity and what the benefits to the companies has been
  4. Provide a forum for companies to highlight their wish-list of needs.

AGENDA

  • 12pm – 12:30pm: Lunch and networking
  • 12:30pm – 12:35pm: Welcome (Dr Joanne Phoenix)
  • 12:35pm – 12:50pm: Innovation Voucher Scheme Overview (Dr Lisa Ahmed)
  • 12:50pm – 1:30pm: Pitch Slots
  • 1:30pm – 2pm: Networking
5 Jul Sensor City 10:00 - 15:00

This event is being hosted with Arrow Electronics and will cover:

  • Technology presentations and demos from Analog DevicesIntel PSG and Silicon Labs
  • Crowd funding advice from Indiegogo
  • Engineering resources provided by ArrowPlus
  • Engineering support provided by Arrow.com

Why attend?

The event is split into two sessions:

The morning session will be a technical workshop with demos, allowing attendees to understand more about measurement platforms, wireless technologies, transfer of IMU data, open source toolkits for convolution networks and motor controls.

The afternoon session will be focused on commercialisation and bringing innovation and technology to life, via funding and business support options.

You can register for both, or either of the sessions.

Who should attend?

  • Start-ups and well established companies looking to develop their technical capabilities and knowledge of IoT and sensor systems and who want to meet leading suppliers who can support this technology.
  • Academics, students or researchers interested in industry applications and commercialisaiton of innovations.
  • Anyone with a general interest in gaining a better understanding of electronics, IoT Gateways and measurement controls.

Agenda

  • 10am – 12pm: Morning Session (Technology presentations)

    Analog Devices’ focus will be on MeasureWare, Software Defined Measurement Solutions and Complete Measurement Platforms which provides all the signal conditioning, conversion, corrected & linearized output result in measurement units.Intel PSG will focussing on Open VINO, Intel FPGAs for AI, Intel Open Source Toolkit for Deep Learning and Convolution networks, Intel IoT Gateways and Intel FPGAs targeting Industrial multiprotocol stacks.Silicon Labs will give an overview on the different types of wireless technologies they offer including a few use-case example applications. This will help customers choose the right wireless technology dependent on the user requirements.
  • 12pm – 1pm: Lunch 
  • 1pm – 3pm: Afternoon Session (Commercialisation presentations)This session will focus on comercialisation through presentations from Arrow AGS (OEM computing), Indiegogo, Arrow.com, Arrow Certified and ArrowPlus.
  • 4pm – 8pm: BBQ
    All attendees of this event are invited to stay on for a BBQ on Sensor City’s roof terrace, providing opportunities to network with their residents and members. Please indicate if you would like to attend the BBQ during the registration process for this event.


Sign up for free today to guarantee your place at this event.

Arrow Electronics

Arrow Electronics guides innovation forward for over 200,000 of the world’s leading manufacturers of technology used in homes, business and daily life.

A global provider of products, services, and solutions, Arrow aggregates electronic components and enterprise computing solutions for customers and suppliers in industrial and commercial markets. The company maintains a network of more than 349 locations serving over 80 countries.

19 Jun Sensor City 08:45 - 12:30

Find out how the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) work with industry and academia to find and fund innovation.

A DASA Regional Innovation Partner (IP) will be giving a briefing about DASA at Sensor City, followed with the opportunity to book a 15 minute 1-1 meeting. During the briefing, our IP will cover what a good proposal looks like and how industry and academia can benefit from working with DASA.

The Defence and Security Accelerator’s mission is for the UK to have the most innovative defence and security capabilities in the world. We achieve this by finding and funding innovative ideas from academia and industry, including SME’s and Primes, and seeking to rapidly bring them into use across defence and security. Further information about DASA, including our competitions, can be found on the DASA Website.

Agenda (subject to change)

  • 0845-0930: Registration, refreshments and networking
  • 0930-1030: DASA Briefing with open Q&A
  • 1030-1100: Networking and refreshments
  • 1100-1230: 1-1 meetings

Link to book 1-1 meeting with:

Please note:

  • 1-1 meetings will be booked on a first come, first serve basis
  • The link to book a 1-1 meeting will also be available on your ticket confirmation
  • Registration will close at 6pm, 14 June 2019
  • The information you provide will be retained by the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) to contact you in regards to this event and any future DASA communications which may be relevant to you. Please indicate on the registration if this is something you do not wish to do.
11 Jun Sensor City 9:00 - 16:45

Accelerate your next IoT design with this hands-on workshop, featuring Cypress PSoC 6 Bluetooth Low Energy and Arrow’s Quicksilver WiFi IoT Development Kit.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to quickly, easily, and securely setup BLE applications and connect your edge devices to the cloud with Cypress WICED® Wi-Fi.

PSoC 6 is Cypress’ new PSoC MCU, purpose built for the IoT, delivering industry leading ultra-low-power, flexibility and built-in security required by today’s IoT applications. It integrates a dual-core Arm® Cortex®-M architecture, analog and digital software-defined peripherals, connectivity options and hardware based security features all in one chip.

The Quicksilver IoT Development Kit features a certified Wi-Fi® module from Murata powered by the Cypress CYW43907 chipset enabling industry-leading 802.11a/b/g/n dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4/5 GHz).

Agenda

  • 09.00 – 09.30 Welcome and registration
  • 09.30 – 12:30 PSoC Creator overview & Labs
  • 12:30 – 13:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 – 15:00 PSoC Creator overview & Labs
  • 15:00 – 16:00 Quicksilver WiFi walkthrough
  • 16:30 – 16:45 Wrap up

The tutorials require participants to bring their own Windowsbased laptop and pre-install PSoC Creator 4.2 + CY8CKIT-062-BLE Pioneer Kit software from this link: PSoC + BLE (via account registration) along with a mobile version of CySmart from the iOS App Store or Google Play.

Lunch will be provided and participants can take away development kits free of charge.

6 Jun Sci-Tech Daresbury 07:30 - 10:30

A unique celebration of an Industry 4 enabled community.

A UK first, the part ERDF funded LCR4.0 business support project has given 300 SMEs in Liverpool City Region access to world class Industry 4.0 expertise and technology to grow. This support has included digitalising processes, increasing productivity, developing concepts, launching new products, upskilling existing workforces and helping business to gain financial support for investing in digital strategies.

Although the LCR 4.0 project is coming to an end, it is not the end for your business to access support and advice.

In partnership with The Manufacturer, this event will hear from keynote speakers about the impact the LCR 4.0 project has had on a range of businesses and Liverpool City Region, what happens once LCR 4.0 comes to a close and what funding and support opportunities are still available for businesses as we look to the future.

Network with like-minded businesses, hear about new opportunities and speak with the likes of Made Smarter, British Business Bank, The Local Growth Hub, all LCR 4.0 Delivery Partners, The Manufacturer and more!

Agenda

  • 7:30am – Breakfast and Networking
  • 8:00am – Introduction from Steve Rotheram, Liverpool Metro Mayor
  • 8:15am – The Success of LCR 4.0 – Dr Andy Levers, Technical Director for Virtual Engineering Centre
  • 8:25am – LCR 4.0 SME presentations
    – Quanovo – Thomas Gorry, Managing Director
    – Glow New Media – Phil Blything, Managing Director
    – Pulse Systems – Kevin Davies
    – Blockwalls – Jonathan Quinn
  • 9:05am – Thought Leadership piece – CNC Robotics – Philippa Glover and Michael Gilbert
  • 9:25am – LCR4.0 Delivery Partners and future support – Simon Reid, Head of Advanced Manufacturing, Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership
  • 9:35am – NW Opportunities and Funding – Mark Wilcockson,Senior Manager for UK Network, British Business Bank
  • 9:45am – Made Smarter UK – Alain Dilworth, Programme Manager
  • 10:00am – Networking and Refreshments

Free LCR 4.0 goody bag for each attendee, including a list of local Tech companies!

Event location

Sci-Tech Daresbury, Keckwick Lane, Daresbury, WA4 4AD

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5 Jun Sensor City 10:00 - 16:30

About the event

For Northwest tech and creative companies that are just starting to explore their exporting options, through to mature companies that already have offices in the EU and the USA, there’s room for everyone at this event.

Australia is just as much a potential market for your products as anywhere else in the world. You will also find local companies to collaborate with, government grants, and it’s a nice place to come to during the winter!

Julian Gyngell MBL, LLB, Grad Dip IPL – Solicitor, Attorney, Advocate and Mediator has helped many UK companies set up their Australian businesses over the last 15 years. He will be in Liverpool on Wednesday 5 June 2019 and during his seminar will cover a number of useful topics including:

  • A checklist of issues to start thinking about
  • The process and cost of setting up an Australian subsidiary company
  • Private and public companies (Pty Ltd and Ltd). What do the letters mean and what’s the difference?
  • Registering trade marks in Australia – the cost and process
  • How to register Australian domain names

Both seminar and pre-arranged one-to-ones will take place at Sensor City. To book a place at the seminar or to pre-arrange a 1-to-1, please register here.

Agenda

  • 10am – 12pm: Scheduled 1-to-1 meetings
  • 12:30pm – 1:30pm: Scheduled agenda; speakers and presentations
  • 2:30pm – 4:30pm: Scheduled 1-to-1 meetings
29 May Sensor City 12:30 - 14:00

We’ve partnered with Marks & Clerk LLP to host a free seminar focussing on Software Patents and protection for Artificial Intelligence-based inventions.

The lunchtime event will include an overview presentation and the opportunity for 1-2-1 private consultations with leading experts in the field of patents for non-tangible assets.

Anyone who is currently developing an AI-based innovation or piece of software will benefit from attending this event, to help you better understand the principles and procedures relating to the creation, protection and enforcement of strong, legally protected patents.

13 Jun Sensor City 17:30 - 20:30

To coincide with London Tech Week, this event will showcase Liverpool City Region (LCR) and the support it provides for the companies that are based here.

The region’s innovative and collaborative nature is conducive to a thriving ecosystem of start-ups and well established companies, and the range of both financial and professional support available to foster their continued growth and development plays a vital part in this.

The event is being hosted by Sensor City and Funderbeam, in partnership with the Department for International TradeLiverpool City Region Local Enterprise PartnershipInvest LiverpoolMerseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF) and Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund, and will focus on:

  • Access to funding
  • Business support
  • Inward Investment
  • Ecosystem building
  • Role of education/research

Why attend?

Attendees will be given an overview of the Liverpool Support Landscape and time to network with international companies and advisors who are looking to invest, support and locate within LCR. You can also register for the opportunity to raise the profile of your own business via one of the short pitch slots.

Find out more about the North West’s community of start-ups and early-stage businesses and what funding provisions and support networks are available to encourage growth and development. From alternative fundraising, to University research collaborations, the Liverpool City Region has a lot to offer its business community, so come along to see how you can take advantage of, and add to, the opportunities on offer.

Who should attend?

  • Established tech companies (national or international) looking to partner or expand in LCR
  • New or early start companies looking to partner, expand or relocate within LCR
  • Investors, Mentors, HNW Advisors who want to find out more about opportunities available in LCR
  • Intermediaries who can provide support for LCR businesses
  • Anyone with a general interest in gaining a better understanding of the Liverpool funding and support landscape

Agenda

  • 5:30pm – Arrival refreshments (hot food) and optional tours of Sensor City
  • 6:00pm – Welcome and Liverpool City Region overview (including the city, innovation, start-up ecosystem, universities)
  • 6:30pm – North West Support Landscape (Funding, Investors and Business Support programmes)
  • 7:15pm – Profile slots (3 minute presentation slots to promote your business and explain what support you’re looking for)
  • 7:45pm – Networking, Facilitated Matching and refreshments (canapes and drinks)
  • 8:30pm – Close

Sign up for free today to guarantee your place at this event.

Big thanks to our refreshment sponsors; LCR Activate and Funderbeam.

14 May -
15 May
Farnborough, UK 9:00 - 18:30

The UK’s Leading Industrial IoT Event Designed For Manufacturers

18 months on from the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy Review, it’s safe to say manufacturing has been ‘Made Smarter’, with 76,000 jobs created and £45bn already committed. But how much smarter has the sector really become? What opportunities lie ahead for innovative organisations? Are you best placed to take advantage?

Internet of Manufacturing UK 2019 returns as the sector’s fastest growing technology event for manufacturers looking to lower costs, drive profitability and accelerate digital transformation.

Join their audience of Manufacturers implementing Industry 4.0 initiatives as they gather to hear use cases from industry leaders and innovators, make meaningful connections and unlock the transformative power of IoT.

NEW FOR 2019: A dedicated Supply Chain Made Smarter” track examining the impacts of IoT, AI and Blockchain on Supply Chain & Logistics

Sensor City has 2 FREE Event Passes to give away (on a first come, first served basis).
Click here to request your complementary pass.

We have also secured a 20% discount on Event Passes for all of our community members.
Simply enter SC19 on the payment page.

23 May Sensor City 13:00 - 16:30

Join us for an introduction to Innovation, Web Presence and Social Media Marketing!

The Digital Skills Training Programme by Facebook and Freeformers, in partnership with The Extraordinary Club & Agent Academy focuses on enabling you to develop the confidence and the skills you may need to help grow your business, upskill yourself in current employment and equip everyone with the digital skills they need to compete in today’s workplace.

Join us for this fast paced, free and informative taster course, covering 3 key areas in just 3 and 1/2 hours:

Innovation – we teach the industry lead process of Design Thinking and apply this practically. We show you how to problem solve the way the experts do and create your own prototype.

Web Presence – we cover the basics on how to pick the right web platform whatever your objectives. We cover everything from Search Engine Optimisation, to User Experience vs User Interface and Analytics.

Social Media Marketing – we give you an introduction to purpose and audience and how to use the tool Facebook Audience Insights. We cover strategies and campaigns and content creation, including paid and organic advertising with an introduction to Facebook Ads Manager.

At the end of the session, you’ll be rewarded with a Facebook Digital Training Certificate and you’ll receive your own personalised Future Work Force Model – great for personal and employee development purposes!

Apps to be downloaded prior to the session:

  • Marvel – design and prototype
  • Chromatic Vision Simulator

Book for FREE place today!

24 Apr Sensor City 17:30 - 20:00

Join Liverpool John Moores Astrophysics Research Institute for a celebration of 15 years continued robotic observation of the universe.

The Liverpool Telescope (LT) designed and built in Liverpool City Region, has delivered high impact science by robotically observing from its home on the Canary Island of La Palma for over 15 years.

The evening will bring together members of the LT team, past and present to provide an exciting history from concept to construction with an insight into daily operation and our plans for a new four meter robotic telescope!

24 Apr Sensor City 12:00 - 13:30

Marks & Clerk LLP are offering a free Trade Mark Protection seminar consisting of both a presentation and Q&A on the importance of trade marks to your business.

The event will help you to understand the principles and procedures relating to the creation, protection and enforcement of strong, legally protected trade marks.

Anyone who is currently using a trade name and/or product name in the marketplace, or developing trademarks for such use, should have an understanding of trade mark laws and procedures and so will benefit from attending this event.

Attendees will gain a better understanding of trade mark law and strategy and have the opportunity for a 1-2-1 session with a leading expert in the field.

11 Dec Sensor City 10:00 - 11:00

Daulby Read are a Chester-based risk and insurance advisory company and are one of the leading independent insurance brokers in the North West.

The company are offering a free drop-in insurance and risk surgery service to companies who wish to understand their business risk and implement the appropriate insurance programme, or have any queries in this sector.

The 45 minute sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance by emailing paul@daulbyread.co.uk

13 Nov Sensor City 10:00 - 11:00

Daulby Read are a Chester-based risk and insurance advisory company and are one of the leading independent insurance brokers in the North West.

The company are offering a free drop-in insurance and risk surgery service to companies who wish to understand their business risk and implement the appropriate insurance programme, or have any queries in this sector.

The 45 minute sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance by emailing paul@daulbyread.co.uk

9 Oct Sensor City 10:00 - 11:00

Daulby Read are a Chester-based risk and insurance advisory company and are one of the leading independent insurance brokers in the North West.

The company are offering a free drop-in insurance and risk surgery service to companies who wish to understand their business risk and implement the appropriate insurance programme, or have any queries in this sector.

The 45 minute sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance by emailing paul@daulbyread.co.uk

11 Sep Sensor City 10:00 - 11:00

Daulby Read are a Chester-based risk and insurance advisory company and are one of the leading independent insurance brokers in the North West.

The company are offering a free drop-in insurance and risk surgery service to companies who wish to understand their business risk and implement the appropriate insurance programme, or have any queries in this sector.

The 45 minute sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance by emailing paul@daulbyread.co.uk

14 Aug Sensor City 10:00 - 11:00

Daulby Read are a Chester-based risk and insurance advisory company and are one of the leading independent insurance brokers in the North West.

The company are offering a free drop-in insurance and risk surgery service to companies who wish to understand their business risk and implement the appropriate insurance programme, or have any queries in this sector.

The 45 minute sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance by emailing paul@daulbyread.co.uk

10 Jul Sensor City 10:00 - 11:00

Daulby Read are a Chester-based risk and insurance advisory company and are one of the leading independent insurance brokers in the North West.

The company are offering a free drop-in insurance and risk surgery service to companies who wish to understand their business risk and implement the appropriate insurance programme, or have any queries in this sector.

The 45 minute sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance by emailing paul@daulbyread.co.uk

12 Jun Sensor City 10:00 - 11:00

Daulby Read are a Chester-based risk and insurance advisory company and are one of the leading independent insurance brokers in the North West.

The company are offering a free drop-in insurance and risk surgery service to companies who wish to understand their business risk and implement the appropriate insurance programme, or have any queries in this sector.

The 45 minute sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance by emailing paul@daulbyread.co.uk

8 May Sensor City 10:00 - 11:00

Daulby Read are a Chester-based risk and insurance advisory company and are one of the leading independent insurance brokers in the North West.

The company are offering a free drop-in insurance and risk surgery service to companies who wish to understand their business risk and implement the appropriate insurance programme, or have any queries in this sector.

The 45 minute sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance by emailing paul@daulbyread.co.uk

10 Apr Sensor City 10:00 - 11:00

Daulby Read are a Chester-based risk and insurance advisory company and are one of the leading independent insurance brokers in the North West.

The company are offering a free drop-in insurance and risk surgery service to companies who wish to understand their business risk and implement the appropriate insurance programme, or have any queries in this sector.

The 45 minute sessions will be held on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance by emailing paul@daulbyread.co.uk

26 Apr Sensor City 8:00 - 8:45

After the success of our Members’ rooftop yoga taster session, we have decided to run a sunrise yoga session and extend the invite, to get everyone feeling stress free for the day ahead!

The session will take place on Friday April 26th from 8am till 8:45am in the third floor conference suite, led by professional yoga instructor, Sion.
Hopefully the weather will hold out to let us get out onto our amazing outdoor terrace space.

The session will cost £5 per person, to be paid on the day, cash or card accepted. If you do you have a yoga mat please bring it along.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

A bit about Sion

Sion’s journey began in India where he spent 6 months training to teach both yoga and meditation. Sion trained with and gained his 200 Hour certificate with Abhinja School of Yoga in Kerala, South India. He then spent a year traveling the world studying, practising and teaching yoga in a range of countries including Nepal, India, Spain, Germany and Portugal. In September 2016 Sion moved to Liverpool to begin a regular teaching practice.

Sion thanks Yoga and says that he now feels a huge sense of peace and is rarely perturbed by life’s troubles. It has transformed his life and is looking forward to passing on some of what he has learnt on to you.

If you would like to know more about Sion, please click here.

 

29 Mar Sensor City 09:00 - 17:00

Google for Education is coming to the North West!

The Google for Education team will be running a series of free events and workshops in 2019 to support schools that are interested in and new to Google, as well as helping schools that already use G Suite and Chromebooks.

These workshops will enable your organisation to develop its approach to digital learning with education focused technologies, while learning about the benefits Google Education can bring to the classroom.

Come along to one of our free CPD sessions, suitable for you whether you’re brand new to Google for Education or already use G Suite but want to go further!

There are two sessions: 9:00am-12pm & 2:00pm-5:00pm for you to book on to.

21 Mar Sensor City 09:00 - 17:00

Google for Education is coming to the North West!

The Google for Education team will be running a series of free events and workshops in 2019 to support schools that are interested in and new to Google, as well as helping schools that already use G Suite and Chromebooks.

These workshops will enable your organisation to develop its approach to digital learning with education focused technologies, while learning about the benefits Google Education can bring to the classroom.

Come along to one of our free CPD sessions, suitable for you whether you’re brand new to Google for Education or already use G Suite but want to go further!

There are two sessions: 9:00am-12pm & 2:00pm-5:00pm for you to book on to.

21 Mar -
22 Mar
Sensor City 8:30 - 17:30

The hands-on workshop and exhibition will bring together Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) strategists, technologists, and developers to engage in a practical learning of applications and services applicable to Industrial IoT business cases.

The IoT workshop, a joint initiative of Liverpool John Moores University, Sensor City, LCR 4.0, and the IEEE Region 8,  providing exposure to Industrial IoT in the overall context of applications and services. This workshop is second in the series of workshops held at Sensor City.

The Industrial IoT and Cybersecurity are two of the top skills in demand in the industrial sectors. This hands-on workshop provides you with the opportunity of learning the top technologies, strategies and case studies to advance your career.

The sessions will run on the 20th March 2019 @ 8:30am – 5:30pm and  21st March 2019 @ 9:00am – 5:30pm

Please click here to register.

27 Mar Sensor City 09:30 - 16:00

The Manufacturing Technology Centre under the Horizon 2020 programme is running a workshop to raise awareness of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and the funding which is available through the IoT4Industry Project.

The Iot4Industry project aims at accelerating collaboration between IIoT solution providers (including sensors, communication, Big Data and AI, cybersecurity) and industrial SMEs (machine makers, robots, tools, factories) through matchmaking and funding opportunities.

This workshop is for industrial SME’s or providers of IIoT technologies, who are wanting to:

  • Take advantage of IoT4Industry funding opportunities (Innovation vouchers worth up to €60k per SME)
  • Increase awareness of IIoT technologies and their applications
  • Network and match-make with potential collaborators

This workshop is free to join but please note there are limited spaces, so registration is essential.

Registration will close at 17:00 on Wednesday 20th March.

25 Feb Sensor City 08:30 - 10:00

Liverpool BID Company, in partnership with Professional Liverpool’s Property Group, will be launching a Commercial Office Market Review 2018, in which they will be reporting on the highlights of Liverpool City Region’s office market over the last calendar year.

The review, now in its 14th year, is a collective effort from member property agents across the city and features and in-depth analysis of the office market.

Some of the key trends highlighted from across the Liverpool City Region include office take-up in Liverpool City Centre and the Commercial District versus the Out of Town and City Fringe market, along with highlighting take-up across a broad range of sectors.

In celebration of the launch of this year’s report, we welcome you to join us at Sensor City to hear from property group chairman, Andrew Byrne, who will be detailing the commercial property highlights in this year’s review.

Guests will also be able to hear from CEO of Liverpool BID Company, Bill Addy, who will also outline the 2019 priorities for the Commercial District.

Breakfast will be provided.

22 Mar Liverpool Arena & Convention Centre 10:00 - 17:00

The University of Liverpool, in partnership with CERN, are hosting a Symposium which will be a public display of the Future Circular Collider (FCC) project and will take place at the prestigious Liverpool Arena and Convention Centre, near the Albert Dock.

The Symposium will be accompanied by a Industry Innovation Workshop in the afternoon which will focus on the FCC’s strategic R&D programme, including the technical innovations within the project and the benefits to industry with regards to project involvement and product commercialization.

This event aims to explore, through the formation of working groups, opportunities for co-innovation between a variety of industries and will feature talks by keynote speakers, an industry exhibition and hands-on activities for the general public.

This is a great opportunity to get involved in one of the largest scientific and technological endeavours of the 21st century!

15 Feb Sensor City 17:00 - 19:30

Ignite Your Future, in partnership with the University of Liverpool, are hosting Network Jive After 5 – an informal pizza and networking event.

Join them for a get together with some of the exciting tech industries operating in Liverpool and the North West, and the new talents emerging from the University undergraduate and postgraduate computing courses.

This is a great opportunity for University of Liverpool students to speak to companies such as IBM and Unilever whilst enjoying pizza in a relaxing atmosphere!

 

 

21 Feb Thoughtfully's Studio, Duke St 18:30 - 21:30

The reason most businesses fail is that they never start.

In the era of being apologetically busy, long to-do lists, and stacked up calendars, there are very few opportunities to take a step back, recalibrate, and focus our attention on to what’s important for ourselves, our teams, and our businesses.

Spend an evening learning, meeting, discussing how to kickstart your business and find out what we’re working on to help businesses like yours to thrive.

Join us for an informal gathering of like-minded ambitious people who are working on or looking to start a business.

Hosted by multi award-winning brand agency Thoughtfully.

SPECIAL OFFER: 50% off tickets for Senor City members with the discount code: friendsofthoughtfully
(discount will be automatically applied when registering via this page).

2 Dec Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

4 Nov Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

7 Oct Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

2 Sep Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

5 Aug Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

1 Jul Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

3 Jun Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

6 May Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

1 Apr Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

4 Mar Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

4 Feb Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

6 Feb Sensor City 13:00 - 16:00

From 1-4pm on Wednesday the 6th February, Co-Founder of The Extraordinary Club, Angela McClelland, will be available for a surgery drop in session offering free business consultations for members of the Sensor City community.

With industry expertise spanning across 20 years working in senior leadership roles for global brands including Barclays & HSBC, Angela can offer bespoke business modelling, strategy support and assist you in ways to grow your business.

Angela will be based in G1 in Sensor City, from 1-4pm on a drop in basis for Sensor City Members.

If you are interested in attending or have any queries please contact Angela directly either by email at angela@theextraordinaryclub.com or by mobile on 07966458848.

19 Dec 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

21 Nov 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

17 Oct 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

19 Sep 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

15 Aug 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

18 Jul 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

20 Jun 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

16 May 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

18 Apr 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

21 Mar 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

21 Feb 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

17 Jan 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

31 Oct 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

28 Nov 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

26 Sep 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

29 Aug 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

25 Jul 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

27 Jun 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

30 May 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

25 Apr 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

28 Mar 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

28 Feb 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

10 Dec 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

12 Nov 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

8 Oct 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

10 Sep 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

13 Aug 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

9 Jul 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

11 Jun 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

14 May 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

9 Apr 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

17 Dec 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

19 Nov 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

15 Oct 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

17 Sep 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

20 Aug 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

18 Jun 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

16 Jul 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

21 May 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

16 Apr 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

29 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

22 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

15 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

8 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

10 Apr Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

1 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

3 Apr Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

27 Mar Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

20 Mar Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

13 Mar Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

6 Mar Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

27 Feb Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

20 Feb Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

13 Feb Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

6 Feb Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

22 Jan Sensor City 18:00 - 21:00

If you’re a cloud evangelist in your organisation and you design, implement or service AWS based solutions, this is the event for you!

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) meet-ups provide a face-to-face networking opportunity for the AWS user community.

At this event, we will be launching a fast-track Business Growth competition, designed to help small businesses scale, boost competitive advantage and innovative capabilities. 

Topics discussed will also include the technical aspects of AWS feature use and implementation, and real-world use cases. All abilities are welcome, but be prepared to get in-depth!

We do hope that you can join us at this event. Book your free place today.

12 Feb Sensor City 12:00 - 14:00

Over 80% of enterprise value is no longer attributable to physical assets on the balance sheet, instead it’s based around intangible assets.

That’s why we’ve teamed up with award winning intellectual property strategy and valuation consultancy, Coller IP, to help businesses realise meaningful value from their intangible assets.

This free lunchtime event will offer strategic and practical IP advice including Intellectual Property, Intellectual Assets and Intellectual Capital and is open to all companies from start-ups to corporates.

Agenda

  • 12pm – 1pm: Group presentation session
  • 1pm: Opportunity for private individual consultations

If you’re looking for advice or guidance regarding IP Valuation and transactions, Due Dilligence, Tech Transfer, Innovation Harvesting or any other form of IP creation, capture, protection, valuation or exploitation, this is the event for you.

Book your free place today.

About Coller IP

Coller IP is one of the UK’s most highly sought after companies for strategic IP support. Founded in the 1950s within the UK Atomic Energy Authority, Coller IP has built its reputation as one of the leading authorities for IP valuation and strategic management of intellectual assets based on our propriety models that focus on the full suite of intangible assets. Acquired in 2017 by Mathys & Squire, one of Europe’s top tier IP firms, Coller IP operates from the UK with a global client base that ranges from some of the worlds leading innovators to start ups who will become the household names of tomorrow.

30 Jan Sensor City 13:30 - 17:00

The Digital Skills Training Programme by Facebook and Free Formers, in partnership with The Extraordinary Club & Agent Academy focuses on enabling you to develop the confidence and the skills you may need for future employment in a digital economy.

This programme forms part of a Europe-wide initiative led by technology giant ‘Facebook,’ to help young people and businesses grow and equip more people with the digital skills they need to compete in today’s workplace.

Facebook’s focus is on 18-30 year old’s – as a key measure to help tackle the digital skills gap nationally and within the Liverpool City Region.

Join us for this fast paced and informative course, covering three key areas in just 3 hours:

 Innovation – come up with your next big idea and prototype it!
• Web Presence – make the web work for you and help your idea come to life with the right tools
• Social Media Marketing – make the most of social media, personally or professionally.

At the end of the session, you’ll be rewarded with a Facebook Digital Training Certificate. This is an amazing opportunity to boost your CV and stand out from the rest!

Apps to be downloaded – This is prior to the sessions and can be downloaded onto student’s phones

  • Weebly – can be accessed through it’s actual website
  • CV Simulator
  • Marvel

Book your free place today.

This session is being run in conjunction with Student Jelly @ Sensor City

31 Jan Atrium, Sensor City 14:00 - 16:00

We are providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss any queries with an engineering expert in sensor development.

Every Thursday, Dr Patryk Kot, from Liverpool John Moores University will be available to offer expert advice, so please email him directly in advance to arrange to meet.
Email:  P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk

His areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control.

 

24 Jan Atrium, Sensor City 14:00 - 16:00

We are providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss any queries with an engineering expert in sensor development.

Every Thursday, Dr Patryk Kot, from Liverpool John Moores University will be available to offer expert advice, so please email him directly in advance to arrange to meet.
Email:  P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk

His areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control.

 

17 Jan Atrium, Sensor City 14:00 - 16:00

We are providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss any queries with an engineering expert in sensor development.

Every Thursday, Dr Patryk Kot, from Liverpool John Moores University will be available to offer expert advice, so please email him directly in advance to arrange to meet.
Email:  P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk

His areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control.

 

10 Jan Atrium, Sensor City 14:00 - 16:00

We are providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss any queries with an engineering expert in sensor development.

Every Thursday, Dr Patryk Kot, from Liverpool John Moores University will be available to offer expert advice, so please email him directly in advance to arrange to meet.
Email:  P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk

His areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control.

 

3 Jan Atrium, Sensor City 14:00 - 16:00

We are providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss any queries with an engineering expert in sensor development.

Every Thursday, Dr Patryk Kot, from Liverpool John Moores University will be available to offer expert advice, so please email him directly in advance to arrange to meet.
Email:  P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk

His areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control.

 

28 Jan Atrium, Sensor City 14:00 - 16:00

We are providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development.

Every Monday, Dr Jeff Cullen from Liverpool John Moores University will be available to offer expert advice, so please email him directly in advance to arrange to meet.
Email: J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk

His areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

 

21 Jan Atrium, Sensor City 14:00 - 16:00

We are providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development.

Every Monday, Dr Jeff Cullen from Liverpool John Moores University will be available to offer expert advice, so please email him directly in advance to arrange to meet.
Email: J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk

His areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

 

14 Jan Atrium, Sensor City 14:00 - 16:00

We are providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development.

Every Monday, Dr Jeff Cullen from Liverpool John Moores University will be available to offer expert advice, so please email him directly in advance to arrange to meet.
Email: J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk

His areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

 

7 Jan Atrium, Sensor City 14:00 - 16:00

We are providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development.

Every Monday, Dr Jeff Cullen from Liverpool John Moores University will be available to offer expert advice, so please email him directly in advance to arrange to meet.
Email: J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk

His areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

 

12 Mar 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

12 Feb 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

8 Jan