Applied Research, BT
King’s College London
BBC News Labs
The full programme to be run our virtual platform, Whova, can now be viewed on either the following link, or by accessing the Whova platform.
Programme at a Glance
(All times listed in British Summer Time, BST) – Click on image to enlarge, or download PDF.
Workshop Day: Monday, 31st August
Conference: Tuesday, 1st September- Thursday, 3rd September
Tutorial and Workshops
A full list of tutorials and workshops is available on the respective pages, both will run in parallel with full-day, morning and afternoon sessions running on the 31st of August between 9:00am and 5:30pm (BST).
As with the main conference Tutorial sessions will be delivered through the virtual conference platform, Whova. Anyone wishing to attend Tutorial sessions must have registered for the respective tutorial before the 28th August. Details for accessing the virtual conference platform will be publicised closer to the date.
PIMRC 2020 will host a diverse range of panels with expertise spanning, business, industry and academic research, and policy.
Details on each panel including participants can be found by clicking on the title.
Three special sessions will be presented at PIMRC 2020, each session presents technical papers that have responded to a call-for-papers around a specific theme.