Insights into the technology of tomorrow: quantum, biotech, AI and more

Insights into the technology of tomorrow: quantum, biotech, AI and more

Jacobs University Bremen and the Constructor Group once again present the annual international conference Insights in Technology. Between November 2022 and February 2023, the conference will take place in four different locations to celebrate the fourth edition of the conference. From Bremen to Geneva, Schaffhausen and Singapore, participants are invited to dive into this year’s topic: How technology trends are addressing the world’s most pressing challenges. 

For the fourth consecutive year, Constructor group presents the Insights in Technology Conference 2022, a unique event gathering experts and scientists in the fields of science, education and technology. This year’s edition will take place online and on-site in various locations between November 2022 and February 2023. It will be the second time for Jacobs University to host the conference on its campus in Bremen. Registration required.

Bremen will be the first stop on November 28, 2022, welcoming highly acclaimed speakers to the stage, including Founder & Chairman of the Board of Constructor group and Chairman of the Board of Jacobs University Dr. Serg Bell, as well as Jacobs University President Fabio Pammolli. Further sessions will be led by Professor Rino Rappuoli, Chief Scientist & Head of External Research and Development at GlaxoSmithKline Vaccines, who will talk about the extensive efforts in biotechnology. Keynote speaker Dr. Wolfgang Wahlster, Founding Director of the German Research Center for AI (DFKI), will examine the depth of AI. 

Professor Serguei Netessine, Senior Vice Dean for Innovation and Global Initiatives at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, will close the plenary sessions by elaborating on business and technology transformation. Several invited speakers will join the sessions, including Dr. Mikhail Lukin, Co-director of the Harvard-MIT Center for Ultracold Atoms. On-site participants will be offered several networking opportunities, such as a partner exhibition and tours of the university campus and laboratories.

Last year, the two-day conference brought together close to 3,000 participants from around the world, online and in person on the campus of Jacobs University.

Following Bremen, the conference will move to Geneva two days later and will continue in Schaffhausen, as well as Singapore, in February 2023. 

The Geneva edition is organized within the framework of the signing of a joint partnership between Constructor group and the University of Geneva (UNIGE) in the field of quantum communication and sensing. The program includes speeches from the presidents of both universities, Fabio Pammolli and Yves Flückiger, Federal councillor Guy Parmelin and representatives of the cantonal authorities.

The second part of the program will focus on quantum science and technology. Keynote speakers include Serg Bell (SIT), 2010 Nobel laureate in Physics, Konstantin Novoselov, and Wolfgang Tittel, Professor at the University of Geneva. Other leading quantum experts will participate in a panel discussion on quantum entrepreneurship across the globe.

The Insights in Technology conference 2022 offers participants a unique opportunity to expand their professional network by connecting with world-class industry leaders, entrepreneurs, students, and a wider audience from around the world who share a common interest in science and technology. The conference is free of charge, and it is available online and in person.

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About Constructor group and Jacobs University Bremen (JUB)
Constructor group is a global institution dedicated to promoting Science, Education and Technology. Headquartered in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, Constructor group is a growing ecosystem of education and research as well as commercial technology spin-offs, consulting services, and investment funds.

Thanks to its two English-language campuses – in Bremen, Germany and in Schaffhausen, Switzerland – Constructor group offers interdisciplinary university programs to students from around the globe with flexible learning models, both online and on-site. With research and entrepreneurial mentality at its core, the Constructor group education ecosystem is a gateway to the most in-demand careers in technology and sciences.

Jacobs University Bremen is a university offering a comprehensive range of BSc, MSc, and PhD programs that grant the qualifications required to work in any country in the much-needed careers of our digitalized world. Each student benefits from a well-organized campus life and from synergies with Constructor group’s research and business ecosystem. 

Founded in 2001 as a private, English-language campus university, it repeatedly achieves top results in national and international university rankings. Its more than 1,600 students come from over 110 countries, and around 80 percent have moved to Germany to study. Research projects at Jacobs University are funded by the German Research Foundation or the European Union's Framework Program for Research and Innovation, as well as by globally leading companies.