The inaugural Yorkshire Computing Network meeting

The Yorkshire Computing Network has been created by the University of Leeds School of Computing and the University’s Digital Technologies Hub, to provide a meeting place, and broaden the channels of knowledge transfer between the University and industry/public sector organisations to everyone’s mutual benefit.

The meeting was a mix of academics, local businesses and councils, and the idea is to discuss various issues around computing, at it’s most general, to see if there are opportunities for university research projects to provide answers that help local businesses.

Other speakers included Roy Ruddle, University of Leeds, James Holmes, Blueclaw, Kevin Bowman, SkyBet and Graham Whaley, Imagination Technologies.

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