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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

ERNA GRASZ live IEEE Summit, May 20, 2017

IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit:

The IEEE VIC Summit goes behind the scenes of the most innovative and successful technology celebrities to discover how we turn todays impossibilities into tomorrow’s realities – bringing you 300 years of experience distilled into one day of learning. The IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit brings together leading innovators, visionaries, and disruptors in technology to discuss, explore, and uncover what is imminent, what is possible – and what these emerging technologies mean for our future. The summit culminates with an evening’s festivities that will include the celebration of the contributions of some of the greatest minds of our time who have made a lasting impact on society for the benefit of humanity. IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.

WHO WHERE WHY? 

Networking:  The unique opportunity to connect with and learn from some of the technology “Giants” in the world, including top innovators, disruptors, and IEEE award recipients in an intimate setting. Connect with peers to exchange experiences and build partnerships.

The Agenda: 14 world-class presenters deep diving into 8 of the most crucial areas of technology today. The agenda will distill over 300 years of experience into one day of learning. ieee-vics.org/agenda

Be a part of the conversation: There’s power being connected to other people who are active in your line of work. Live face to face setting with others in the same business community.

A Live Experience: Build partnerships and collaborate with your peers in a live setting.

Be inspired: Be empowered and revive your passion in your field of interest, or learn from a synergistic field.

Some companies represented:  Analog Devices, BAE Systems, Barefoot Networks, HP Labs, Intel Corporation, Microsoft, Silicon Valley Band of Angels, Philips Lumileds, Qualcomm, Toyota Motor North America, Twitter…and many Universities