Call for Submissions – Arm Research Summit 2020

The 2020 Arm Research Summit is accepting submissions from all research disciplines focusing on the role of technology in solving global challenges. Submissions should reflect the potential of sustainable, secure, and innovative future technologies on the following global challenge themes: environmental preservation, societal empowerment, or sustainable and secure growth. Submissions may cover a wide and expansive range of technologies, including machine learning, robotics and 3D printing, scalable systems, programming models, data science, low-power sensors, cybersecurity, and more.

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Date published: 2020/04/24

Arm Research Summit 2020
Global Technology Challenges: A Sustainable, Secure Future for Society

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK | September 9-11, 2020

This year, the Arm Research Summit will bring together researchers from academia and industry to discuss global technology challenges affecting our industry and the world around us. Research from all disciplines has the potential to significantly impact computer science, engineering, and society, and we encourage researchers to consider their projects in the context of the issues raised by the Global Goals. How could your findings help technological advancements that preserve the environment, empower and protect our people and their data, or contribute to sustainable economic growth?  

We welcome work at all stages of development, from students to professors, and from innovators to government officials. Submit your talk, poster, workshop or demonstration now!

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Submission Topics

This year, we’re asking you to think about the opportunities and impact your work could have on our planet and society in the form of Global Challenges, demonstrating your contribution to sustainable, secure and innovative future technologies. Submissions should be associated to at least one technical topic, and at least one global challenge.

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