AI UK: Call for posters

Share your research at AI UK

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The Alan Turing Institute

Introduction

The Alan Turing Institute is committed to researcher development and training, and via its national showcase, AI UK, would like to give a platform for up to 20 UK based students to display and present their current research in AI. This will be a unique opportunity to present your research techniques or applications to an audience of both researchers and research users, from across industry and the public sector.

We invite abstract submissions from graduate students who are currently researching AI topics.

Review process

The main evaluation criteria for submissions are the quality of the proposed posters in terms of originality, relevance for the audience, technical soundness, and presentation quality. Each submission will be reviewed by a panel of academic experts at the Turing Institute, and those selected will be invited to display their posters during the 2 days of the showcase. We will waive registration fees to the event for all students selected to present posters during the event so you will be able to enjoy the exhibition and full programme of presentations and breakout sessions free of charge.

How to apply

You will need to register for the Turing applications portal. Once registered, you can begin your application via your account, and 'available grants'. Select AI UK 2020 Call for Posters. 

Before submitting your application, please ensure you have read the transparency notice on the use of your data.

Financial support

Bursaries can be awarded to meet individual needs, for example, to help with the cost of transport and accommodation (only for those living outside the M25 area), or to cover the costs of child/spousal/other care.

Applicants with questions about funding should please contact [email protected] Please note that current PhD or Enrichment students at The Alan Turing Institute (who live outside of the M25) will be able to use their travel funds to attend.

To be eligible for this bursary, please write a brief statement (no more than 200 words) to [email protected], explaining why you need a bursary and the value of the bursary required.

Timetable

Date

Event

31 January 2020

Deadline for call for posters.

February 2020

Notifications will be sent, and poster specifications distributed to successful applicants. Successful researchers will receive a free ticket to attend or be reimbursed if they have already purchased a ticket.