The Inside Track to revolutionising the way we interact with machines

9 February 2017, 1.00 PM - 9 February 2017, 2.00 PM

Tom Carter, CTO & Founder of Ultrahaptics

1.11A, Merchant Venturers Building

A spin-out of the University of Bristol, Ultrahaptics is working to create the most remarkable connection between people and technology. By using ultrasound to project sensations onto a hand, Ultrahaptics is pushing through an era of change and allowing people to feel and control technology like never before.

Tom Carter, CTO and Founder of Ultrahaptics, will cover the journey of Ultrahaptics to date, from research lab project to 46 person company in 4 years. He will also discuss building their engineering team from scratch and their approach to creating teams for innovation with diverse skillsets and backgrounds.

More details to follow.

Light refreshments afterwards - all welcome.

*Careers Service Drop-in* For an hour after the seminar, Ellen, the Faculty of Engineering Employability Adviser (Careers Service) will be available in the foyer of the Merchant Venturers Building (upper atrium) for students to drop in and talk about anything careers related, including any queries, CV advice and how to access further support.

The Inside Track Lecture series is aimed primarily at students - speakers from a range of industries will share their inside knowledge. All lectures will be followed by a Question & Answer session and a chance to meet the speaker(s) over drinks.

 

Contact information

For more information please contact: The Industrial Liaison Office on engf-ilo@bristol.ac.uk or 0117 95 45483.

The Inside Track lectures are open to all University of Bristol students and staff, but if you are from outside the University and would like to attend, please email engf-ilo@bristol.ac.uk.

Edit this page