Imperial College Surgical Society Presents

Innovation

Conference

 March 2018

Imperial College London

Find out about our hugely successful conference last year

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"Today made me aware that we can all be innovators. We can make things happen if we have an idea. Innovation isn't just for the older businessmen, we can all be innovators" 

Innovation 2017 Delegate

About

Imperial College Surgical Society warmly welcomes you to Innovation Conference 2018. Set in the heart of London, this national and multi-disciplinary event brings together sixth form, medical, engineering, business and design students to front of medical evolution.

Throughout the day, our distinguished innovators hope to inspire the next generation. We provide hands-on experience with the latest technologies developed in medicine and surgery through specialist workshops, our prestigious speakers and this years Hackathon. Innovation Conference 2018 looks to be best yet. 

Our Speakers

Tal Golesworthy
CO-FOUNDER & TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, EXSTENT LTD.

Tal Golesworthy is a process engineer by trade - working on boilers and flues. When diagnosed with life-threatening aortic dilation, and surgeons offered him an operation with life-long side effects, Mr Golesworthy used his engineering skills to design a device to fix his heart - and had this revolutionary device implanted by pioneering surgeons in London.

Noyan Songur
RESEARCHER AND ENTREPRENEUR

With an impressive background including research at Columbia University New York, and Imperial College London, Noyan has also attained experience within financial institutions and medical device companies. His current research at Imperial College focuses on developing gaze-based interfaces between humans and machines.

Dr Tom Peach
Researcher and EDITOR AT MEDGADGET.COM

With both a Bachelor's and Master's degree in engineering from Cambridge, and a PhD in bioengineering from Oxford, Dr Peach is very familiar with working at the forefront of cutting-edge medical research. He also writes for the international medical innovation website Medgadget.com, consults for a number of medical device spinouts, and has a passion for research and the medical device industry -from basic science to start-ups and commercialization.

 
 

Workshops

We have 5 incredible workshops lined up for delegates at our conference, each designed to inspire and inform. From a FREE Virtual Reality headset for every delegate, to a workshop run by the Imperial College Enterprise Lab, we can't wait to show you the future of medical innovation.
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Hackathon

Ready to get innovating yourself?

Delegates will work together to create a solution to a real world challenge in healthcare. After we give you the brief, you're given two hours to develop your ideas and develop a marketing strategy for your product, after which you give a 'Dragon's Den" style pitch to a panel of expert judges. 

The brief will be released at the start of the day, and prizes will be available to the winning team.

 
 

Abstract Competition 

ICSM Surgical Society invites you to enter abstracts for Innovation Conference 2018. Our national conference, which this year has received exceptional international interest, will exhibit current research within healthcare technology. Undergraduate and postgraduate projects are particularly welcome to attend.

 

Submissions considered may include novel applications of existing technology, adaptations to existing solutions, or development of a new solution or technology. Those not strictly related to technology, but involve innovative solutions are welcome to submit.

Submit a 300 word abstract to surgical.soc@imperial.ac.uk by the 16th of February 2018. Please indicate if you would be able to demonstrate the technology at the conference. 

Rules and regulations:

    1) Projects must be related clearly to solutions or innovations in medicine or surgery.

    2) Presentation will be in the form of an interactive poster. 

    3) Best posters are awarded

    4) Abstracts must be up to 300 words, excluding titles and references.

    5) Entrants must be delegates of Innovation Conference 2018.

    6) Work submitted must be your own work. Plagiarism will result in immediate disqualification. 

    7) Each entrant may submit multiple abstracts, with each abstract relating to separate projects. 

Please direct all queries to surgical.soc@imperial.ac.uk

We look forward to your entry and welcoming you to Innovation 2018!

 

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