Third IEEE Technology Time Machine Symposium Delves Into Technologies Beyond 2035 Impacting Energy, Fabrication, Health Care, Humans, Networking and Processing

Registration now open for Silicon Valley event featuring leading futurists debating the global interplay between science, technology and economics

PISCATAWAY, N.J.--()--IEEE, the world’s largest professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, today announced registration is open for the third IEEE Technology Time Machine 2014 (IEEE TTM) symposium on future technologies. Leading futurists, innovators and industry luminaries will convene at the Dolce Hayes Mansion in San Jose, Calif., 21-22 October, to debate with attendees on a 2035 vision for the global interplay of science, technology, society, and economics.

Being held for the first time in the United States, IEEE TTM 2014 will feature world-renowned experts presenting their outlook for future technologies in the six areas of energy, fabrication, health care, humans, networks and processing. Expert challengers will further examine the visions presented and provide a discourse that extends to additional discussion by all participants. Different perspectives will be examined throughout this collective process during the plenary talks, panel discussions, and breakout sessions.

Speakers and challengers to include:

  • Future of Energy Visionary speaker: John D. McDonald, P. E., GE Energy Management
  • Future of Energy Challenger: Marija Ilic, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Future of Energy Challenger: Arun Majumdar, Stanford University
  • Future of Fabrication Visionary speaker: Henrik Christensen, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Future of Fabrication Challenger: Steve Cousins, Savioke
  • Future of Fabrication Challenger: Joseph J. Salvo, GE Global Research
  • Future of Health Care Visionary speaker: Gregory Kovacs, Stanford University
  • Future of Humans Visionary speaker: Braden R. Allenby, Arizona State University
  • Future of Networks Visionary speaker: Henning Schulzrinne, CTO, US Federal Communications Commission
  • Future of Networks Challenger: Seizo Onoe, NTT DoCoMo
  • Future of Processing Visionary Speaker: Wilfried Haensch, IBM

Registration for the IEEE TTM 2014 symposium is now open with an Early Bird discounted rate for registering by 21 September. To register, visit http://bit.ly/XMtzZq. Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available. For details, please visit http://ttm.ieee.org/files/2012/05/TTM_Patronage_Exhibitor_Flyer.pdf

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Contacts

Interprose for IEEE
Carmen A. Harris, +1 919-246-7376
carmen_harris@interprosepr.com
or
IEEE
Francine Tardo, +1 212-419-7750
f.tardo@ieee.org

Release Summary

Registration is open for the third IEEE Technology Time Machine 2014 (IEEE TTM) symposium on future technologies - a vision for energy, fabrication, health care, humans, networks and processing.

Contacts

Interprose for IEEE
Carmen A. Harris, +1 919-246-7376
carmen_harris@interprosepr.com
or
IEEE
Francine Tardo, +1 212-419-7750
f.tardo@ieee.org