Meet the virtual Arm Research Summit 2020 keynotes. Our inspiring speakers will shine a light on how technology can play a part in solving our global challenges, with sustainability, security, and society at the center of the conversation. Dr Emily Shuckburgh, Maria Markstedter, and Dr Ciira wa Maina will each begin a day of the Summit, September 9-11. They will offer their expertise and sharing their innovative ideas for utilizing technology to help solve ever-prevalent global challenges.
Alongside our inspirational keynotes, speakers and poster presenters from all areas of technology will present their cutting-edge research for discussion. Presentations include three Arm panels. Get involved in the first virtual Summit and secure your free ticket now.
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Dr Emily Shuckburgh has a varied background in climate science and technology. Currently, Emily is Director of Cambridge Zero, which is part of the University of Cambridge and aims to expand upon and launch climate change initiatives. She is also a Reader in Environmental Data Science in the Department of Computer Science and Technology, and a Fellow at Darwin College. A world-leading climate scientist, Emily will talk about the climate change initiatives that Cambridge Zero are working on to advance a zero-carbon world, extending beyond greener technologies.
Founder of Azeria Labs and an Arm Innovator, Maria Markstedter is an expert in device security. Maria offers training courses, partners with industry-leading technology companies, and educates the next generation of security experts. Previously featured in Forbes, Vogue Business, and The Register, Maria encourages researchers to scrutinize device security. Maria is interested in processors and OS security, defensive mitigation against binary exploits, and reverse-engineering.
Maria says, “There has never been a better time to learn and invest in cybersecurity for Arm devices. Security is increasingly important for more demanding use cases across mobile, IoT, automotive and more. Learning about the ever evolving techniques hackers use to break into Arm-based devices and the mitigations software developers can implement to defend against them, has never been more important to keeping our data, critical infrastructure, and increasingly connected lives secure.”
Maria has been working alongside Arm to provide developers with in-depth knowledge of how to ensure the code they write is as secure as possible. In this Blueprint blog, Maria explores the key role of Arm exploit mitigations as countermeasures against software vulnerabilities such as memory corruption.
Ciira drives local solutions to global problems. A Senior Lecturer at Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Kenya, Ciira undertakes research in a range of areas, including bioacoustics, IoT, machine learning, and data science. He is a founding member of Data Science Africa, a non-profit organization focused on strengthening the African data science community with an overarching outlook toward affordability, sustainability, and deployability. From his past and present work, Ciira has a unique perspective on how technology can influence the sustainability of our planet and security of our devices, with our society at the forefront.
Ciira says, "Data Science Africa has been collaborating with Arm to expose African data scientists to cutting edge AI, machine learning, and IoT. I look forward to sharing our work with other participants at the Summit."
We look forward to hearing from our keynote speakers at the Summit, and how their work is directly influencing local, national, and international environments in terms of sustainability, security and society. We hope you're able to join us!
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