The event ‘From Industrial Revolution to Digital Innovation’ at Birmingham City University is for executives, industry practitioners, academics and researchers alike, and has been designed to provide insight and knowledge sharing of how digital innovation and transformation is impacting various industries.
Today, the industrial revolution and digital adaption has already become ground zero for a new phase of global innovation powered by technology, and generating significant economic opportunities for businesses and reshaping entire industries.
We hope to see you at our event on January 26th, 2018!
Master of Research Computing
In combination with the vendor-neutral enterprise standards body LEADing Practice, you can obtain a Masters of Research (MRes) in Enterprise Systems, Transformation and Innovation from Sheffield Hallam University as part of its vision in being the world’s leading applied university.
You and your organisation can join the course and solve your business and technology innovation and transformation challenges. You are taught by leading research-active academics and industrial practitioners alike. By combining and applying the latest academic theory with industrial practice, the course is fully focussed around your chosen work-based project.
You attend in study blocks for two weeks in October then two weeks in January in the academic year. The MRes is completed in 12 months, so for the rest of the year you can be at your home or work place with full on-line support from your tutors.
For more information, please visit the MRes education program at Sheffield Hallam University on how to apply.
Research & Industry Standards
Prof. Mark von Rosing, George Etzel, et al
The Global University Alliance Industry Standard groups consist of non-profit User Groups and Industry Standard Committees that provides a global platform for executives, experts, academics, thought-leaders, practitioners and researchers to Industry Standards based on Best Practices & LEADing Practices.