Drone Research Engagement Day

Tuesday 11th September 2018

www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/events/drone-research-engagement-day

For more information about lightning talks, please email Dr Claire Burke

For further  information about tickets, location, etc, please email Katherine Stephan

LJMU invites you to an extravaganza of drone technology and drones in research.

We will be exhibiting work on current and future drone technology and the application of drones in fields from astro-ecology to archaeology, with contributions from LJMU, University of Liverpool, National Oceanographic Centre and more.

If you use drones in your work, would like to or are interested in learning more about the future of drones, we encourage you to attend.

The day will feature keynote talks from:

  • Dr Owen McAree – The future of drone technology
  • Dr Claire Burke – Astro-ecology: saving endangered animals with solutions from the skies
  • third guest speaker TBC

The aim of the day is to exhibit work currently ongoing, facilitate new collaborations and projects and begin to form a community of drone users in Liverpool.

We invite 5 minute lightning talks on current research or proposals for future projects.

 

 

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