When: Saturday, 24th October 2015
Where: Great Hall & Queens Tower Room, Imperial College London
The China-Britain Joint Science and Technology Summit aspires to connect top-tier technology startups with potential investors. Dedicated to becoming the world’s innovation powerhouse, China values cross boarder technology cooperation as a crucial prerequisite for its goal. Home to technology such as SMS and ATM, the UK is the innovation centre of Europe and an investment hotspot.
Since 2005, Chinese investors have invested $24 billion in the UK; China has established a mutually beneficial relationship with the UK. This summit aims to strengthen this partnership by creating an opportunity for start-ups and investors to communicate with each other.
Theme: Smart City We believe Smart City will be the future. As a focus of our summit, we invited authoritative scholars and companies in the industries, including ICT, energy, healthcare, transportation and FinTech. Our summit is uniquely positioned and will bring a well blend of technology and business.
Venue: Imperial College London
Imperial College London is a worldwide public research university in the UK. The unversity is organised into four faculties of science, engineering, medicine and business. Alongside the University of Cambridge, Imperial is tied for 1st outside the US, and 2nd in the world in the 2015 QS World University Rankings. Imperial College has educated 14 Nobel Laureates, including Sir Alexander Fleming and Sir Andrew F. Huxley, and 82 Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Imperial’s main campus is located in the South Kensington area of London.