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Dia 18 - Industry 4.0
Dia 19 - Motor Sport
Dia 20 - Women in Tech
Dia 21 - Entrepeneurship
Dia 22 - Mobility
At the core of the economic globalization felt in the current Portuguese Industry there is a shift towards an ever-growing trend in automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. That's exactly why, on March 18th, we'll bring you a panel on the revolution that is Industry 4.0.
This Monday, don't miss João Vasconcelos, former Secretary of State for Industry; Katiuska Cruz of the National Innovation Industry and Nuno Maia Vieira, Project Manager of Plataforma Portugal Indústria 4.0 – Program for the Ministry of Economy of Portugal.
The panel will count with the moderation of Paulo Peças, professor at IST and responsible for the Industry 4.0 liaison between IST and The Navigator Company.
Love Motor Sports? Well then make sure not to miss this absolutely fantastic debate on March 19th!
This panel moderated by Sandro Meda, director of AutoMAG, will count with the presence of Luis Miguel Pinto, Race Engineer for Le Mans Cup and GT Series; Pedro Salvador, CEO of Speedy Motorsport and Carlos Barbosa, President at ACP.
Wednesday's debate: The role of Women in Engineering and the Tech Society!
Don't miss another amazing panel with Soraya Gadit, CEO at InoCrowd; Sandra Costa, Group Lead at Bosch Car Multimedia; Isabel Vaz, CEO of Luz Saúde and Rosário Mauritti, Sociologist and Assistant Professor at ISCTE-IUL. The debate will be led by Francisca Simões, Mechanical Engineering student at our university.
On Thursday we will discuss "Entrepreneurship". That is why we have a panel composed by Daniel Vila Boa, CEO at Chiltime, Francisco Menezes, Head of Technical Practices at OutSystems and Tocha, Partner & Startup Spotter at Olisipo Way and Tech Mentor for Product Development & Manufacturing in China, moderated by Mariana Arga and Lima, Vice President of Paulo de Vilhena Business Excelerators.
We could not let MecanIST end without addressing one of the most important and controversial issues of today, so we have a debate for you that counts with the biggest portuguese voices in Mobility.
The panel will be composed of Goncalo Castelo Branco (Head of Smart Mobility at EDP), Pedro Fernandez da Silva (Head of Operations at DriveNow Portugal), Afonso Sousa (Head of Engineering at Siemens) and Luis Santiago Pinto (Laucher at Lime) with moderation of IST's professor José Maria André.