Intellegens is delighted to have been selected by Innovate UK for the Battery Tech Global Business Innovation Program, joining a high-tech delegation that is visiting Japan this week to build collaborative connections.
Our Chief Scientific Officer, Dr Gareth Conduit, is pictured below speaking to an audience of Japanese executives at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Tokyo. The visit is already making valuable connections that will help to build on Intellegens’ existing collaborations in the region, making the company’s powerful machine learning technology available to R&D organisations facing the challenge of extracting value from real-world experimental and process data.
This week’s activities include a visit to the Battery Japan event – a chance to discuss how Intellegens machine learning has been applied to developing battery materials, battery cell and pack design, and battery management. While in Japan, Gareth will be visiting contacts in a number of other industry sectors. Intellegens technology is applied to materials, formulation, chemistry, and manufacturing challenges in sectors including semiconductors and electronics, the chemical industry, pharmaceuticals, and food and beverage.