Thanks to everyone who took part at the 2nd IEEE Technology Time Machine in Dresden 2012.
Following the second IEEE Technology Time Machine in Dresden, the feedback of speakers, attendees and exhibitors encouraged us to announce that the TTM 2012 was a true and full success.
The event brought together internationally renowned industry leaders and scientists from over 30 countries who discussed and looked at technologies beyond 2020. Locating the TTM in the beautiful city of Dresden proved very popular with our guests who enjoyed the vibrant feel of the city as well as the stunning scenery.
Highlights included keynotes from James Truchard, President & CEO of National Instruments, Peter Bauer, CEO of Infineon Technologies AG as well as Wolfgang Lehner, professor and head of the database technology group at the Dresden University of Technology. In addition, participants welcomed the opportunity to visit leading local industry and research institutions after the event.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to all involved and to everybody who helped shape this symposium in its second year and to make it an enjoyable platform for the exchange of ideas and visions.
Presentations from select TTM 2012 sessions are available here. Please note that presentations are only available to attendees.
This second TTM Symposium follows a very successful premiere in 2011. Please click here for impressions from
TTM 2011 in Hong Kong.