19. Nov 2019

Science-Industry Talk 2019: Capturing Serendipity

Datum: 19. November 2019 | 18:00 – 21:00
Sprecher: Babak Parviz, Vice-President, Amazon
Veranstaltungsort: Raiffeisen Lecture Hall

 

Capturing the serendipity of innovation requires an environment that fosters creativity and excellence in research, as well as guiding institutions for the transition into industrial applications. How this can be achieved will be discussed at this Science-Industry Talk 2019, organized jointly by the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) and the Federation of Austrian Industries (IV).

Renowned speakers from both research and industry will talk about the innovation infrastructure established at IST Austria, discuss possible applications of current cutting-edge research at IST Austria, and present successful cases of translating research into industrial implementations.

Programm

Time Program Speaker
6:00pm Welcome words Iris Rauskala, Minister of Education, Science and Research (tbc)
Georg Kapsch, President Federation of Austrian Industries
Thomas Henzinger, President IST Austria
6:20pm Keynote “Capturing Serendipity at the Interface of Science and Industry” Babak Parviz, Amazon
6:35pm Panel Discussion “Where serendipity happens (in the innovation life cycle)”
Presenting researchers:
Bernd Bickel, IST Austria
Maria Ibáñez, IST Austria
Georgios Katsaros, IST Austria
Gaia Novarino, IST Austria
Krzysztof Pietrzak, IST Austria
Harold Vladar, Ribbon Biolabs
Panelists:
Stephan Dertinger, Merck Ventures
Dorothee von Laer, Medical University of Innsbruck, ViraTherapeutics
Babak Parviz, Amazon
7:25pm Keynote “Successfully captured serendipity: The history of ViraTherapeutics” Dorothee von Laer, Medical University of Innsbruck, ViraTherapeutics
7:40pm Closing remarks
Afterwards meet & greet

Weitere Informationen:

Datum:
19. November 2019
18:00 – 21:00

Sprecher:
Babak Parviz, Vice-President, Amazon

Veranstaltungsort:
Raiffeisen Lecture Hall

Ansprechpartner:

Christina Philippi

Email:
christina.philippi@ist.ac.at

Tel.:
0043 2243 9000 1132

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