Leaders in the Bay Area — including recruiters, engineering/business professionals, UC Berkeley staff and faculty, entrepreneurs, and current/prospective industry project advisers — with a passion for innovation and creativity will gather to uncover the future of business and culture together.

This year’s theme is Innovating for Social Impact: 2 Days. 13 Tracks. 100 Teams.

Each spring, hundreds of attendees convene in Berkeley for two days of innovating for social impact. With 13 tracks and 100 capstone teams, see where the future of engineering is headed by uncovering the research projects created in collaboration between UC Berkeley faculty, industry partners, and Master of Engineering student leaders. Attendees will have access to the latest in dynamic and collaborative engineering 10-minute presentations for a truly unique, one-of-a-kind experience.

Day 1: Wednesday, May 2, 10 am – 4 pm
Day 2: Friday, May 4, 1:30 – 6 pm
Location: The Fung Institute, 2451 Shires Hall, Berkeley, CA 94704

Tracks: Autonomous Driving, Data Science-FinTech, Data Science-Learning, Data Science-Medical, Data Science-Methods, Energy, Healthcare, Infrastructure, IOT and Robotics, Manufacturing, Product Design, Technology and Society, and VR/AR and Software.

RSVP nowA full schedule of events is forthcoming! Bookmark the website to stay updated.


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