To see the full agenda, please visit the website: https://web.sit.org/sit-jub-insights-in-technology-agenda
This hybrid event is expected to attract over 6,000 online participants from around the world, as well as some 200 on-site guests. Workshops, lectures and discussion panels will focus on four topics: quantum technology; innovative materials; and the application of artificial intelligence in the world of business and finance, and in life and materials sciences. Registration is open for individual talks or for the entire conference.
Leading the debates on these topics are renowned scientists: Mete Atature, Professor of Quantum Physics at the University of Cambridge; Andrey Ustyuzhanin, Professor of Big Data Analysis at HSE University in Moscow; Fabio Pammolli, Professor of Economics and Management at Milan Polytechnic; and Andrea Ferrari, Professor of Nanotechnology and founder of the Cambridge Graphene Center. Internationally renowned scientists and experts from Jacobs University will also take part: Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Andreas Birk, along with Jacobs alumni specialists from the technology and business sector Dr. Cornelia Scheitz, Hashem Al-Ghaili, Ankur Modi, and Kevin Korte.
The third annual conference is a joint effort by SIT and JUB and takes a special look at the interdisciplinarity of transformative science technologies and how they can shape a better and more sustainable world. “Both SIT and JUB are places of interdisciplinary excellence in science, technology, and education. With this global event we highlight Bremen on the world map as a world-class destination for science and education", said Serguei Beloussov, Founder and Chairman of the Board of SIT and founder of Acronis.
"I look forward to meeting so many outstanding experts," added Thomas Auf der Heyde, Provost and Managing Director of Jacobs University. "We will discuss topics on our campus that will shape our future. Thus, the conference will also send out impulses to the Bremen region."
The on-site portion of the event will take place subject to and in compliance with all required Corona regulations, including the currently mandatory 2G check. Only persons fully vaccinated against or recovered from COVID-19 will be able to participate in the event. Should live participation no longer be possible due to governmental restrictions, the entire conference will take place online.
FOR MEDIA GUESTS
In addition to the conference itself, media guests are invited to join additional activities on December 15th 2021 at the Jacobs University campus:
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Tour of Jacobs University
12.00 - 12.45 p.m.
13.00 - 14.00, featuring following speakers:
-Dr. Serguei Beloussov (Founder and CEO of SIT and Founder and Chief Research Officer Acronis)
-Professor Thomas Auf der Heyde (Provost and CEO of Jacobs University)
-Fabio Pammolli (Professor of Economics and Management at the Politecnico di Milano and member of SIT's Strategic Advisory Board)
-Flavia Tomarchio (Head of Innovation Deployment at SIT and member of the 2021 Program Committee)
-Hagen Böttcher (Member of the Management Board of Jacobs University)
Information on participating / attending:
Editorial offices and journalists:
If you would like to attend the SIT & JUB Insights in Technology Conference 2021 as a media guest, please reserve your spot at: email@example.com
2G Regulations and all other governmental regulations regarding COVID-19 will be enforced throughout the event.
12/15/2021 10:00 - 12/16/2021 18:00
Jacobs University Bremen GmbH
Campus Ring 1
Journalists, Scientists and scholars
Electrical engineering, Information technology
Types of events:
Conference / symposium / (annual) conference, Press conferences
Corporate Communications & Public Relations
Event is free:
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