Opening Conference Life with the Machines

Friday 16th October h .11.30 am – Aula Magna Sapienza ( entrance from Viale dell’Università, 36)

Registration strart at 11.00 am

Maker Faire Rome’s Opening Conference’s free registration is open. Check it out on Eventbrite.

The ticket you’ve got  from eventbrite in order to attend to the Maker Faire Rome “Opening Conference” does not allow  the access to the exhibition area of the Maker Faire. If you are interested in visiting the Fair, the box office in Viale Regina Elena 334  will be at your disposal on Friday 16th from 10.30 to 11.30  and you will be able to buy your ticket or you pass. If you have already bought a ticket for the Faire, we suggest to go anyway to the box office – before attending the conference – and  present your ticket to validate the title and then go to The Opening Conference ( entrance is in Viale dell’Università, 36,  venue is  Aula Magna ).  By doing so , once the Opening Conference is over, you can directly go to enjoy the Fair. Can’t wait to meet you !

Guest star

WalkMan The Robot & Roberto Cingolani (IIT – Italian Institute of Technology Genova Scientific Director)

Opening letters by Cesare Cacitti (Maker) and Valeria Cagnina (Blogger)

 

Keynote

Massimo Banzi (Co-founder Arduino),

Caterina Caselli (Talent Scout, Music Publisher and Artist)

Maurizio Costabeber (DWS General Manager)

Dario Pagani (Information & Communication Technology Executive Vice President ENI)

Carlotta Ventura (Group Senior Vice President Brand Strategy & Media at Telecom Italia)

Josh Walden (Senior Vice President Intel)

Stefano Micelli ( Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and  Fondazione Nord Est)

Welcome and greetings from

Dale Dougherty (Founder & Executive Chairman at Maker Media)

Eugenio Gaudio (Rector at Sapienza University)

Lorenzo Tagliavanti (President at Chamber of Commerce of Rome)

Nicola Zingaretti (Governor of Lazio Region)

Presented by : Riccardo Luna (Digital Champion Italy)

 

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