Future Summit

Future Summit – FUFS

2 days – Saturday and Sunday

Price – 595 euros

1000 Participants

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Future University Summit provides a vision of humanity’s most difficult problems in health, poverty, education, energy, security, longevity, food, water, and other global challenges, and also provides a complete overview of all disruptive future technologies, such as: 3D printing, artificial intelligence, Robotics, nanotechnology, supercomputing, genetic engineering, brain machine interface, and many other promising future technologies. The summit will help participants understand the immense business potential of these emerging technologies and how they might help solve humanity’s most challenging problems.

 

PROGRAM FEES

 

The fee for the two-day summit program is 595 euros. Several payment options are available to permit participation of the applicants. Future University advises you to apply soon to get a spot.

 

Application Process and Admission Deadlines:

Please fill out the admissions application on the Future University website. www.futureuniv.org

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

 

The program is divided in three main parts:

 

Day 1

A deep understanding of the world’s biggest challenges

What are the world’s most challenging problems? Understanding their implications, interdependence, and connection to major organizations.

 

Day 2

Learning about future technologies, such as: 3D printing, artificial intelligence, Robotics, nanotechnology, supercomputing, genetic engineering, brain machine interface, and many other promising future technologies.

 

PROGRAM DETAILS (DAYS 1)

 

The first day provides participants with a deep understanding of humanity’s biggest challenges. Participants will be exposed to humanity’s most difficult problems in health, poverty, education, energy, security, longevity, food, water, and other global challenges.

 

PROGRAM DETAILS (DAY 2)

 

Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

This presentation explores how robotics and artificial intelligence will be useful to solve some of the world’s most challenging problems, for example in healthcare and education. This presentation will discuss the major developments in robotics, for example, robotic surgery, autonomous vehicles, humanoid robotics, and revolutionary automation systems.

 

Biotechnology

This presentation reviews the advances in biotechnology that involve, for example, personalized medicine, genomics, synthetic biology, systems biology, and many others.

 

Energy

Energy-related technologies will create huge new business opportunities while solving global energy problems. This track explores future breakthroughs in renewable energy production and environmental monitoring and management systems.

 

Medicine and Neuroscience

Health and medicine in general are changing rapidly. Medicine is undergoing an explosion of digital information and potential for distributed healthcare. This presentation explores the future of biomedicine, brain-machine interface, human neuroscience, human enhancement, post-humanism, trans-humanism, robotic surgeries, artificial organs, 3D printing of body organs, and much more.

 

Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology refers to science, engineering, and technology that can be used to manipulate and control individual atoms and molecules and has applications across all the science fields, including chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, and engineering: Nano particles for medical applications, the treatment of cancer using nanobombs, Bionanorobotics and the future of biological atomic control.

 

Digital Fabrication

3D printing is revolutionizing the ability to produce objects locally. This track explores the economic implications of this radical new capability where complexity has no cost. This track explores 3D printing in construction, healthcare, the game industry, and in many other areas.

 

Computing Systems

This presentation covers the accelerated growth happening in computing, also known as “Moore’s Law”. This fundamental enabler is an essential tool for entrepreneurs to change the world and to use these capabilities to address and solve some of the its most difficult problems. The main topics include: silicon limits and the future of Von Neumann computing systems; supercomputing; biological computing systems; DNA as a tool for information storage; quantum computing and the emergence of a radically different transformative computing system; computers’ abilities to address problems in healthcare, in finance, in political systems.

 

Space

Space technologies are fundamental for the long-term survival of the human species. Future space tourism will catapult capitalism into the arena of space industries. Space is no longer an area restricted to the government. Private industries are emerging in this field. This presentation covers the new technologies that empower entrepreneurs to enter this new field previously restricted to governments. Main topics include: 3D printing in space technologies; microsatellites; space tourism; propulsion systems; space elevators and the power of nanotechnology in space applications.

Program

2 days – Monday to Sunday

Price – 595 euros

1000 participants


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