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Keynotes 2015

Sabine Hauert

Sabine Hauert, Bristol Robotics Laboratory will describe her research on modelling the behaviour of nanorobots on natural swarms for medical applications such as the treatment of cancer.


Michael

Michael Würtenberger, BMW Car IT, taking off from the idea of cars as mobile devices in the Internet of Things, will discuss how a mature technology can create a paradigm shift in the creation of new products and services.


Stefan

Stefan Ferber, VP at Bosch Software Innovations, will describe Bosch's IoT strategy and the role played by open standards and open source.

Speak Easy - Work with a mentor on presenting your technology story

So many people have great stories to tell but are unsure about whether they’re ‘good enough’ or how to put their experiences onto paper and then into a presentation. Others may need some guidance on the kinds of topics that the conference audience is looking for.

Alex Schladebeck, Bredex, describes how you can get in touch with fellow speakers as a mentor or mentee with the Speak Easy program.

Blog: The PC, the Program and the Early Bird Picks by Achim Loerke, Program Chair

Achim LoerkeAchim Loerke, our Program Chair gives us some insights into the selection process and thinking behind the early bird picks. 

On July 20th, the EclipseCon Europe program committee had their first conference call doing actual selections. Five talks are selected for the main conference tracks two weeks before the final deadline...

Early-Bird Talks

Congratulations to the speakers selected for the early program!

Start a conversation at EclipseCon Europe. The final submission deadline is Friday, July 31.

Who's choosing the program?

Unlike many conferences, our talks are chosen by an independent program committee.

Curious about the PC? Read all about them here.