Date: 9 November 2020

Polish-American Innovation Bridge

We are delighted to invite you to a Top500 Innovators – Polish-American Innovation Bridge (PAMI) online conference, taking place on November 19th and 20th, over which the Warsaw Institute is honoured to have media patronage.

70 speakers, 25 different panels, and 2 entire days dedicated solely to the issues of R&D and business and technological innovations – this can briefly sum up the core of the online event planned for 19-20 November. The first day of the conference will touch upon creating innovation amidst global uncertainties – the pandemic and upcoming economic crisis. During the second day, the experts will focus on the challenges of modern world. Participants will have an opportunity to attend workshops devoted to building networks, shaping the image of R&D teams, and organising remote brain-storm sessions. The prominent speakers will explain best practices of project implementation in a pandemic, how to search founding for R&D endeavours, or how AI and blockchain technology can help to solve business and organisational problems. The use of technology in preventing environmental disaster will also be discussed. The PAMI conference is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn and network with international specialists from academia and the corporate world.

The project was co-financed by the “Excellent Science” program of the Minister of Science and Higher Education and is implemented with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Poland. The golden sponsor of the conference is the Industrial Development Agency. The media patrons are: Perspektywy, Warsaw Institute, Think! Foundation, Polish Women’s Science Network, Balans.PL Foundation, Foundation and Digital Poland.

For a detailed agenda and tickets, we encourage you to visit the event’s official site. More information available also on the conference Facebook page, as well as the organizers Facebook and LinkedIn.

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