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Using funny and interesting episodes of the history of “mymuesli” founder and successful
entrepreneur Max Wittrock outlines how to launch a start-up in 10 lessons ranging from the
initial idea and its refinement to the moments where real commitment is required and the scaling
of the business.
In this humorous and very inspiring talk Max gives great motivation to potential entrepreneurs but also prepares them to cope with the ups and downs of the early phases of a company.
Sebastian Wagner, CEO of Freiburg based high-tech start-up Geospin, uses a vivid demonstration of an app that recognizes objects drawn in simple lines and fascinating examples of picture recognition to explain how big data is used and neural networks work. His lively presentation explores the possibilities of artificial intelligence, but also examines the limits of this emerging technology.
In her reflective and inspiring talk, multitalented Arianne Vera motivates to think about injustice in the world and explains why this also has to do with the position of women in leadership positions and women empowerment. She makes clear that ending poverty in the world and creating a brighter future for our planet depends on our day-to-day decisions. As a help for this the presents her “sustainable choices catalogue”.
What have agile teams and jazz bands in common? Quite a bit, explains Werner Englert in his talk “Think Jazz”, in which he wants to invite to act and think like a jazz musician as a leader or member of a creative, self-organized agil team. Using short improvisations with his co-musicians Johannes Maikranz and Frederik Heisler he vividly demonstrates how companies can learn from a jazz band.
3 Wochen waren die drei Freunde David Stumpp, Bart Bouman und Gregor von Gizycki unterwegs. Vom Bodensee an den Atlantik verzichten sie im wöchentlichen Wechsel auf das Sprechen, das Sehen, das Hören. Aus kleinen Missverständnissen wird eine handfeste Krise. Niemand kann ohne den anderen, jeder braucht Hilfe und muss zugleich helfen. Wie aneinandergekettet reisen sie vorwärts, begegnen ganz unterschiedliche Menschen und erleben urkomische Situationen.
The river-cities of XX century represented the values of that time. Just like the industries, they should be standard, segmented, functional. In the scale of machines. In the liquid modernity, the world is not fixed anymore, so why should the river banks be? Nowadays we talk about diversity, singularity, democracy, culture and sustainability, how is the shape of the city of our times? Rivers are an important piece in the equation: they are the connection between nature and urban centers. Cities are human habitats. Let’s improve our cities, by design.
The long hours of sitting in our everyday life cause disbalances in our body. In his hands-on talk, Jannis Denecke shows us some exercises that will have a huge impact on our health if regularly applied to our everyday life and in the office.
When he is not wrapped up in thoughts of the evolution of humankind and all the current events going on all around the globe, Raffael Bender (MSVB) dances, produces music, shoots & direct his own films or fallows the artform of photography. His goal in life and the topic of his talk is to use the power of art as a tool to bring people closer together, to bring awareness to a serious topic and to inspire & motivate all kinds of people and how working with them hand in hand can help to organize communities to the better.
Maurizio Gullo argues that artificial implants, particularly if equipped with electronics, have considerable drawbacks, especially for children with a still growing body. In his easy-to-understand lecture he explains the potential of biological implants grown of human cells and shows fascinating examples of the state of research in the field of biotechnology. (In the near future we may be able to use cell cultures instead of implants like pacemakers… )
In his captivating talk Gabriele Semino explains the fascinating technology of Hyperloops, a visionary transport system using small cabins (pods) traveling through an evacuated tube. He tells the thrilling story of his team winning the SpaceX Hyperloop pod competition and meeting tech-superstar Elon Musk. Above all, however, he shows what a great contribution motivated teams, and especially student teams, can make to solving the most pressing problems of our modern society like traffic gridlocks and the increasing emission of green house gases.
In his passionate talk, 17-year old Fabio Debus reveals the problems related to the integration of refugees and describes an innovative way for refugees and volunteers to easily connect and overcome differences without any language problem using modern communication tools before meeting in person.
Rolf Disch, architect and solar pioneer, discusses how to solve some of the biggest challenges of our time with renewable energy, efficient buildings and carbon-free means of transport. He takes the audience on a tour from his early achievements as a solar car inventor and race driver to his latest projects for energy-plus-houses.
Watch Ana Selina Haberbosch’s expressive dance performance.
Photographer Matthias Huber travels the world to discover amazing landscapes. With a lot of humor and funny anecdotes he shares with us five lessons for everyday life that he learned on his numerous trips.
Can companies benefit from investing in art, especially in times when artificial intelligence and industry 4.0 radically change our business world and job requirements? Dr. Ulrike Lehmann makes a case that art increases creativity, fosters out-of-the-box thinking, opens doors for unconventional talks between business partners and in the end, will increase profit. And besides that, it simply makes life happier…
Do you want to live a happier and fulfilled life? Apply entrepreneurial principles says leadership coach Ernesto Moreno. In his inspiring talk, he shows how embracing challenges, taking risks and “working it out” can be a source of happiness not only for entrepreneurs.
Cécile Verny, accompanied by Johannes Maikranz on guitar, sings in German for the first time in public. In her lyric performance, she shows us the beauty of German “Schlager”. Between songs she humorously explains the unique quality of music to build bridges between people. She tops off her charming presentation with a witty interpretation of the classic lullaby "Guten Abend, gut' Nacht".