Monday, October 22, 2012 - 10:30am - 4:00pm EDT
For the last 150 years The Polytechnic Institute of New York University has been a leader in cutting edge research aimed at enabling it's students and faculty to grasp the power of science and technology and wield it for the sake of a better society. We continue in that tradition and the spirit of spreading knowledge with the first TEDxPoly conference!
Organized by the Department of Technology, Culture and Society our first TEDx event will bring together pioneers, practitioners and thought leaders who have found and proposed bold solutions to pressing issues in the world of digital technologies and emerging platforms. Expected topics to be discussed include, mobile platforms, digital economics, art & technology and digital publishing.
About the Theme:
Technology, Media & Society (TMS)
The modern role of technology in digital media has caused a fundamental shift in the way our society communicates, markets and innovates. The fusion of media and technology has disrupted and displaced old models of innovation while simultaneously paving new paths toward invention. As a national leader in innovation, invention and entrepreneurship, NYU-Poly seeks to arm faculty and students with the tools and support needed to turn their research into viable applications, products, and services that take flight.
- Aaron Shapiro
Chief Executive Officer, HUGE Inc.
- Vivian Rosenthal
- Anindya Ghose
Director, Center for Digital Economy Research (CeDER), Stern Business School, NYU
- Robert Kirkpatrick
Executive Director, UN Global Pulse
- Luke DuBois
Assistant Professor of Integrated Digital Media, NYU Poly
- Robyn Peterson
Chief Technology Officer, Mashable
- John Ensor Parker
Artist and Technologist