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Living in the Internet of Things

Realising the socioeconomic benefits of an interconnected world

1 - 2 May 2019 | IET London: Savoy Place

CPD 14 hours
 

Programme

Day one - Wednesday 1 May 2019

08.30

Registration and refreshments

09.00

Conference chair’s welcome and introduction

Professor David De Roure, Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford University, UK

Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

09.10

Learning from PETRAS – and looking into the future

Professor Jeremy Watson CBE, PETRAS Director, University College London, UK

09.20

Keynote:

Dr Kevin Jones, Head of Cyber Security Architecture, Innovation and Scouting, Airbus, UK

09.50

Comfort break

10.00

Session 1: for further details see download full programme above

Session 1a: Industry 4.0

Session chair: Professor Miles Elsden, UCL

Session 1b: Secure infrastructure

Session chair: Dr Charles Morriset, Newcastle University

Session 1c: International perspectives

Session chair: Betty Bonnardel, AB5 Consulting

10.30

The Minister for Digital and Creative Industries, subject to availability, will be announcing the government's regulatory next steps for consumer IoT

Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Session 1: continued

11.20

Q&A Session for all papers

11.30

Refreshments, networking, posters and demos

11.30

Rapid Policy Response: Making security meaningful for IoT consumers

Room: Lovelace, Chaired by Prof Jeremy Watson, PETRAS Director, UCL

Panellists:

Peter Stephens, DCMS - Secure by Design;
Dr Kruakae Pothong, UCL – IoT in the Home (BRE-PETRAS demonstrator);
Dr Irina Brass, UCL & BSI IoT/1 Committee Chair – BSI IoT SME White Paper;
John Goodacre, UKRI Innovate UK – The evolving ISCF Challenge

12.00

Session 2: for further details see download full programme above

Session 2a: Home 1: Privacy in the home

Session chair: Jeremy Morley, Ordnance Survey

Session 2b: IoT data

Session chair: Professor Pete Burnap, Cardiff University

Session 2c: Space and supply chain

Session chair: Professor Awais Rashid, University of Bristol

12.40

Q&A Session for all papers

12.50

Lunch, exhibition, posters and demos

13.50

Keynote

Professor Phil Blythe, Chief Scientific Adviser, UK Government Department for Transport and Professor of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), Newcastle University, UK

14.20

Session 3a: for further details see download full programme above

Session 3a: Future connected transport

Session chair: Dr Alan Stevens, University of Southampton

Session 3b: Health: Delivering healthcare through the IoT

Session chair: Dr Haitham Cruickshank, Surrey University

Session 3c: Smart energy systems

Session chair: Dr Ioannis Paraskevas, University of Salford, UK

15.20

Q&A Session for all papers

15.35

Refreshments, networking, posters and demos

16:00

Plenary panel session: Bringing the IoT to life

Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Session Chair: Bill Thompson, Principal Research Engineer & Technology Writer, BBC

Panellists:

Prof. Dame Wendy Hall, Executive Director Web Science Institute, University of Southampton
Dr Kevin Jones, Head of Cyber Security Architecture, Innovation and Scouting, Airbus, UK
Dr Lucy Mason, Head of the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA)
Dr Rafael Cepeda, Founder Zinc VC M2 & Managing Director, Altar Ltd

17.00

Conference Chair’s final remarks and close

Professor David De Roure, Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford University, UK

17.05

Drinks reception kindly sponsored by Barclays

Day two - Thursday 2 May 2019

09.00

Registration and refreshments

09.30

Conference chair’s welcome

Professor David De Roure, Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford University, UK

Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

09.40

Keynote

Professor Tom Rodden, Chief Scientific Adviser, UK Government Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and Nottingham University, UK

10.10

Session 4a: for further details see download full programme above

 

Session 4a: Value and innovation

Session chair: Professor Miles Elsden, UCL 

Session 4b: Home 2: Adoption

Session chair: Professor Nigel Davies, Lancaster University

Session 4c: Smart mobility

Session chair: Dr Alan Stevens, University of Southampton

10.55

Q&A Session for all papers

11.10

Refreshments, networking, posters and demos

11.40

Session 5a: for further details see download full programme above

Session 5a: In the wild

Session chair: Jeremy Morley, Ordnance Survey

Session 5b: Innovation and security

Session chair: Professor Carsten Maple, University of Warwick

Session 5c: Industrial applications 1

Session chair: Dr Haitham Cruickshank, Surrey University

12.25

Q&A Session for all papers

12.35

Lunch, exhibition, posters and demos

13.35

Keynote

Dr Gilad L. Rosner, Founder, Internet of Things Privacy Forum, Visiting Researcher, Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, Member, Cabinet Office Privacy and Consumer Advisory Group

14.05

Session 6a: for further details see download full programme above

Session 6a: Home 3: Future of IoT in the home

Session chair: Dr Alisdair Ritchie, University of Warwick 

Session 6b: Governance and policy

Session chair: Dr Madeline Carr, UCL

Session 6c: Industrial applications 2

Session chair: Prof Jeremy Watson, PETRAS Director, UCL

14.50

Q&A Session for all papers

15.00

Refreshments and networking

15.30

Plenary panel session: Realising the socioeconomic benefits of an interconnected world

Room: Kelvin Lecture Theatre

Session Chair: Tanya Suarez, Founder and CEO IoT Tribe

Panellists:

Senior representative, National Cyber Security Centre, UK
Carrie Babcock, Investment Manager, Breed Reply, UK
Dr Ella Tallyn, Research Associate in Design Informatics, University of Edinburgh, UK
Dr Gilad L. Rosner, Founder, Internet of Things Privacy Forum, Visiting Researcher,
Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, Member, Cabinet Office Privacy and Consumer Advisory Group, UK

17.00

Conference Chair’s final remarks and close

Professor David De Roure, Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford University, UK

Posters

P1

A reference architecture for IIoT and industrial control systems testbeds

B Craggs, A Rashid, University of Bristol, UK, C Hankin, R Antrobus, O Șerban, N Thapen, Imperial College London, UK

P2

Towards an integrated privacy protection framework for IoT: Contextualising regulatory requirements with industry best practices

R Thorburn, A Margheri, F Paci, University of Southampton, UK

P3

A Co-simulation Environment for Security of Smart Buildings

N Tuptuk, A Chalanga, S Hailes, University College London, UK

P4

The role of smart meters in energy and cost efficiency in the smart home ecosystem– research in progress

I Paraskevas, R Fitton, A Marshall, W Swan, A Diyar, University of Salford, UK

P5

Token-based lightweight authentication scheme for vehicle to infrastructure communications

W Hathal, H Cruickshank, P Asuquo, S Bao, Z Sun, University of Surrey, UK

P6

Healthcare in rural communities and developing countries - IoT solutions to improve access

I Poyner, R S Sherratt, University of Reading, UK

 

Programme is correct at time of publication. Topics and speakers are subject to change.

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