Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow
Tuesday 21st March
Scotland’s Cluster Conference is back
Building on the success of its first three years, it returns to celebrate the achievements from across the Scottish clusters and the tech community in 2022, and to focus on the opportunities coming in 2023.
The aim of the conference is to highlight areas for collaboration amongst Scotland’s tech clusters and bring insights from across the tech ecosystem. Let’s explore where we can work together to achieve new heights and help to grow the country’s tech economy.
With speaker sessions including Emerging Trends in Healthtech, Convergence of Technologies, 5G Technology Transforming Healthcare, Potential of Quantum Tech, Funding Access, and Global Opportunities for Scottish Tech Firms, we’ll be covering a wide range of topics suitable for all attendees, whatever field of technology you sit in.
Cluster Conference 2023 will take place on Tuesday 21st March, at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow. We look forward to you joining us for a day of networking, insights and celebration of Scotland’s technology clusters.
If you have any questions about the Cluster Conference, please contact email@example.com.
Arrival, coffee and networking
Karen Meechan, ScotlandIS CEO
Janette Hughes, Director of Planning and Performance, Digital Health and Care Innovation Centre
- Emerging Trends in Digital Health and Care, and Opportunities and Challenges in Digital Health
Kirsty Scott, S5GC Business Engagement Manager, The Scotland 5G Centre
- 5G Connectivity Transforming Healthcare
Calum McCallum, Sector Lead: Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace, Automotive, Maritime, Space, Technology, Defence, Department for Business & Trade
- Global Opportunities
Craig Sharp, UK National Contact Point for Digital, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
- Digital Opportunities in Horizon Europe
Lynsey Brydson, Head of Digital Planning, Built Environment : Smarter Transformation
- Opportunities for Digitisation in Construction and the Built Environment
Joe Pacitti, Managing Director, Centre for Engineering, Education & Development (CeeD)
- Communities of Practice: Clusters are Key
Panel Discussion, chaired by Alastair McInroy, CEO of Technology Scotland: Demystifying Quantum Technology
- Keith O’Donnell, Managing Director, Feynic Technology
- Dr Sonali Mohapatra, Quantum Innovation Sector Lead, National Quantum Computing Centre
- Jeremy Ward, Professor of Industrial Practice – Physics, University of Strathclyde
Networking and drinks reception
Dr Sonali Mohapatra
Meet the Scottish Cluster Ecosystem Alliance
The Scottish Cluster Ecosystem Alliance (SCEA) was set up by ScotlandIS to bring together representatives from across the tech sector such as fintech, space, mobility, cyber, data and many more.
Its aim is to connect cluster managers or other key sector representatives from across the tech sector to promote collaboration and knowledge exchange between these sectors.
SCEA members consist the below organisations: