Tuesday, 1 November 2016

T4I2016 programme now available!



The Technology for Independence (T4I) conference will take place on Monday 28th November 2016 from 08.30 to 17.30 at St. Mary’s Church & Conference Centre, Sheffield.

The programme for the conference is now available here.

The day starts at 8.30 with a packed programme including 22 talks in a variety of areas. We are delighted to have Prof Luc de Witte as a plenary speaker talking about "How to close the gap between what is technically possible and practically available?”. We will also be joined by Stephen Purdham from 3rings who will deliver a session on the Internet of Things.
This year, we will also host a free social event on Sunday 27th November from 7pm, the evening before the conference to give you a great opportunity for additional networking. The pre-event dinner will be hosted at Kelham Island Brewery (23 Alma St, Sheffield, S3 8SA) with steak & ale pie, peas and local beer. Those who have expressed their intent to be a delegate can apply to join this free social event*. Please email us to at t4i@sheffield.ac.uk.

(*Only 20 tickets available. Enquiries will be collected until 02/11/2016, allocated on a first come first served basis. Tickets will be sent out on 07/11/2016.)

Registration for the conference is open, please book your places here.

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

We also offer exhibition space at the conference venue which is an ideal opportunity to demonstrate Assistive Technology.

We provide wifi, power and a table in a floor area of about 6m2 for £260 (plus VAT). Additional requirements can be accommodated, please get in touch and we will be able to provide you with pricing options.

This year we are also offering a light option for exhibiting. If you only bring a single banner, you can exhibit with the delegate fee of £160.

If you need more information or have specific requirements, please let us know.

We look forward to seeing you in November. If you would like further information about the conference please get in touch with Richard Simmonds.

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