The industry track seeks to present the state of adoption in industrial applications of the combination of business and economic aspects with engineering and computer science related themes. The track intends to facilitate discussions about the current practical use of economic strategies and benefits as well industry challenges to be addressed. It also covers experience in applying recent research advances to real-world problems.
We invite submissions in any of these areas. Authors are encouraged to contact the industrial sessions track chair or the conference chair if they need clarification regarding the fit of their work to the track.
The University of Leeds has created more than 100 spin-out companies since 1995 - including companies that specialise in data centre energy efficiency, mission critical resource management and medical devices for front-line patient triage. It has over 200 active commercialisation projects and more than 450 patents in its portfolio.