Union Suisse Networking Event: Science and Technology for a Better Society

Europe/Zurich
3179 (CERN)

3179

CERN

Harri Toivonen (Helsinki University of Technology (FI)), Vetle Nilsen (CERN)
Description

Union Suisse Summer edition, with theme: "Science and Technology for a Better Society" is hosted by CERN Ideasquare. Warm welcome!

Map of venues, public transportation and visitor parking you can find from: https://goo.gl/WNSa6P
Directions how to get to CERN you can find from: http://home.web.cern.ch/directions

For security reasons, please take a photo ID with you, thank you.

    • 4:45 PM 5:00 PM
      Meet in front of CERN Reception (Building 33) 15m Building 33

      Building 33

      CERN

      385, Route de Meyrin
    • 5:00 PM 6:15 PM
      Tour of Ideasquare, Visit to Atlas Visitor Centre 1h 15m 3179

      3179

      CERN

      Speakers: Harri Toivonen (Helsinki University of Technology (FI)), Markus Nordberg (CERN), Pablo Garcia Tello (CERN), Tuuli Maria Utriainen (Helsinki University of Technology (FI)), Vetle Nilsen (CERN)
    • 6:15 PM 6:30 PM
      Meet in front of CERN Reception (Building 33) 15m Building 33

      Building 33

      CERN

      385, Route de Meyrin
    • 6:30 PM 6:45 PM
      Registration, coffee 15m 3179

      3179

      CERN

    • 6:45 PM 8:00 PM
      Union Suisse Presentations 1h 15m 3179

      3179

      CERN

      Speakers: Mr David Simoes-Brown (100Open), Ms Elena Zheglova (Just Innovate), Mr Guy White (Catalyx), Harri Toivonen (Helsinki University of Technology (FI)), Mr James Miners (Fongit), Mr Matthew Leigh (Infomagnet Ltd), Milos Maricic (ICRC), Mr Mirko Bischofberger (Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)), Nitzan Arny (Just Innovate), Mr Paul Bristow (Pangloss Labs), Mr Stewart McTavish (University of Cambridge), Vetle Nilsen (CERN)
    • 8:00 PM 8:15 PM
      Evening walk to Restaurant 1 (Main Building) 15m Restaurant 1

      Restaurant 1

      CERN

    • 8:15 PM 9:30 PM
      Union Suisse Networking drink 1h 15m Restaurant 1

      Restaurant 1

      CERN