Humanismo científico, auto-conceito
In this talk, Daniela dazzles the audience with her works and projects up-to-date, exposing her concept of “transhumanism” and “scientific humanism”.
Can AI help me compose a hit song?
Pachet takes the audience on a journey through the AI applications in the music world, to produce content that helps composers find their own musical style.
O bom, o mau e a avaliação
Francisco Azevedo shares an incisive analysis about the methods of evaluation that university students are subject to, in Portugal.
Como mudar o mundo.
In a very clear and direct way, Filipe raises questions about how education is structured and organized, and how it has an impact on how students learn.
A escola dentro, fora e além da caixa
In this talk, João explores “what a school is for” and shows the audience how classes are taught in Mozambique, through solutions such as UNESCO’s “School in a box”.
Why is time so variable?
Renowned scientist Joe Paton is one step closer to explaining how and why, neurologically speaking, our brain keeps track of time.
Gil Jerónimo’s voice and Tiago Domingues’ drums join Adriana Juliano’s unpredictable and surprising tap dance to awake the audience.
BITCOIN - Where cutting edge tech makes money
In this talk, Miguel explores one promissing and controversial technology: BITcoin, the world’s first decentralized currency. Follow him on a quest through BITcoin’s social and technological impact.
Rapper, beatboxer, jazz artist and Angolan poet, Mistah surprised the audience with an astonishing performance. Check him out!
The Little Buda project
Tomás inspires the audience with his personal story―how he found in meditation an alternative to the subterfuge of drugs, after he had been diagnosed with a rare hearing illness.
The ISS - A test-bed for future exploration technologies
Andreas presents some of the science he conducted during his mission to the International Space Station.
Designing the conditions to design everything
Rui Quinta and Tiago Nunes, WithCompany co-founders, explain what Design Thinking did for them and how they are using it to help constantly redefine the way they work.
Human side of design
Carlos shares his personal experiences and three of his recent design projects, which include a car (Peugeot RD), a respiratory assistant (PIRA) and a prosthetic (IKO), all accomplished through the lens of Human Centered Design.
Designing machines for experts
Amy explores the huge challenge of designing machines to work effectively with humans, and how they require humans to also change their conceptural model of work.
Experience a wonderful moment with Carlos Sanches.
Alignment: 1a - Viriato; 2a - Catarina; 3a - Ecos; 4a - Sonhos.
Transforming the Material Basis of Civilization
What if we were really good at making things - better products of all kinds—in a clean way, at a very low cost, and on a global scale?
Using Hyperspectral Imaging for Iron Nanoparticles Analysis
Helena Gomes presents an application of hyperspectral imaging to a different use: cleanup of contaminated soils.
Did you know that smell (aroma) is mainly responsible for our sense of taste? Take a journey through molecular gastronomy with Joana Moura, founder of Cooking.Lab Company.
João Barradas is one of the most influencial accordionists of his generation. Alingment: Ode - Brad Mehldau; Coral - Mário Laginha; Certeza - João Esteves da Silva.
Ciência em Rede
José presents a platform to promote science for non-scientists in social networks, and also to provide scientists with tools for a better dissemination of contents and information.
Inside the Realm of Learning
Maria explains high performance settings that facilitate sharing and acquisition of knowledge, enabling students, teachers and researchers to undergo transformative learning experiences.
Plataforma para Formação em Acessibilidade
Maria Alice Ribeiro addresses the need of creating accessibility from the beginning of content production, by simplifying and systematizing information for users.
Influcence of culture on Portugal's economy
Marta Silva presents her opinion on how a culture is created and sustained, focusing on the differences between organizational and national cultures.
Micael Oliveira presents Orankl, a platform founded in 2013 at MIT, that aims to provide everyone tools that big online retailers, like Amazon, have been using for years.
Somatic Cells Biosensor
Rita Pontes talks about a nano-scale device that can be used to infer about milk’s quality: SoCe, a biosensor that detects and quantifies the physical, chemical and biological interactions of somatic cells in a drop of milk.
Can I Drive?
Sérgio Isidoro presents an idea which uses the computational power of a smartphone and big data to decide whether a driver is capable of driving or not. It is a model to help people decide.
Tiago Soares presents a platform to help people reach the best decision when comes to traveling, based on their own needs and tastes.