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CSAR Forum - Bridging the Gap

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An event bringing together early-career researchers in industry with their University counterparts.

The Cambridge Society for the Application of Research has created a new forum which brings together early-career researchers in industry with their University counterparts, to:

  • explore differences and similarities in their approach to research
  • share their experiences of collaboration – what works well and not so well
  • create a network to support future collaboration.

For this first event, we are delighted to be bringing together researchers from Arm, Microsoft Research and the University’s Department of Computer Science and Technology to talk about their work on the ground-breaking computer security project, CHERI. CHERI stands for Capability Hardware Enhanced RISC Instructions, and is a long-term project to provide strong, compatible, and efficient protection against many currently widely exploited vulnerabilities.

Chaired by Professor Sir Mike Gregory.

See https://www.csar.org.uk/lectures/2021-2022/bridging-the-gap-2/ for more details.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Society for the Application of Research (CSAR) series.

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