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Service Week 2011

Grand Challenge in Service Week 2011

Cambridge Service Week is a series of events hosted by the Cambridge Service Alliance to bring together leading academics, industrialists and policy makers to address the evolving challenges facing service education, research, practice and policy.  The 2011 event was held in Cambridge from 20-23 September 2011. It was designed to be a combination of partner, open and academic events designed to push the boundaries of service knowledge.

Partners Day Service Insights from the Cambridge Service Alliance
An executive programme for delegates from partner organisations during which we explored the latest insights in service thinking. This programme drew directly on the research completed by the Cambridge Service Alliance.

Industry Conference Business Model Innovation in Services: Delivering Competitive Advantage
This one-day conference explored how leading organisations develop innovative business propositions to drive their competitive advantage through service innovation.

Academic Conference - Understanding Complex Services Through Different Lenses
Rounding up Service Week was a two-day academic conference which explored, analysed, and evaluated complex service systems through different lenses – both in practice and in theory – in a unique conference format. The theme for the conference was Collaborating on theoretical and practice perspectives in a Complex Service System.

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Welcome to the Cambridge Service Alliance…

  • a unique global alliance between leading businesses and universities;
  • bringing together the world's leading firms and academics;
  • all of whom are devoted to delivering today the tools, education and insights needed for the complex service solutions of tomorrow.

Members of the Cambridge Service Alliance include BAE Systems, Caterpillar, IBM and the University of Cambridge.

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Theme Update - Blockchains in Smart Services

Jun 06, 2018

In May, Veronica and her team worked very hard on the first practical phase of the project – the Codification of the Blockchain Prototype for the CAT/Perkins’ Supply Chain.

Project Update - OMMS: the Wireless Micro-Factory that will Treat People with Cancer

Jun 06, 2018

The OMMS micro-factory project lead by Dr Veronica Martinez made a great progress this month.

June 2018 Newsletter

Jun 04, 2018

Find out what the Cambridge Service Alliance have been doing and how you can get involved.

Rare-events classification: An approach based on Genetic Algorithm and Voronoi Tessellation

May 31, 2018

by Abdul Rauf Khan, Mohamed Zaki, Henrik Schiøler, and Murat Kulahci. The paper was accepted at 'The 22nd Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (PAKDD)', a leading international conference in the areas of knowledge discovery and data mining (KDD). In this paper, Mohamed and co-authors propose a novel strategy for data mining based on partitioning of the feature space through Voronoi tessellation and Genetic Algorithm, where the latter is applied to solve a combinatorial optimization problem.

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