Our Director and co-owner of House oh Biohealth and He:al Campus Jean-Paul Scheuren will give a talk on June 30 at ICT Spring on the theme: From health to well-being – How ambitious Luxembourg can be in terms of booming innovative healthcare solutions.
ICT Spring is a prominent tech conference held in Luxembourg that aims to foster emulation and networking among key players in the global tech community. It brings together business decision-makers, innovation managers, startups, researchers, and venture capitalists from across Europe. With a focus on various crucial topics, ICT Spring serves as a platform for inspiration and knowledge sharing.
The conference highlights several key areas of interest that are shaping the future of technology. These areas include:
1. Sustainability and Transformation: Emphasizing the growth of sustainable practices to drive transformative change in various industries.
2. Finance & Technology: Exploring the intersection of finance and technology, including fintech innovations, digital banking, and blockchain applications.
3. Cybersecurity & Quantum Computing: Addressing the ever-evolving challenges in cybersecurity while exploring the potential of quantum computing.
4. Big Data & Cloud: Discussing the latest advancements in big data analytics, cloud computing, and their impact on business and society.
5. Health Technologies: Showcasing innovations in healthcare, digital health solutions, telemedicine, and advancements in medical technologies.
6. Web3: Exploring the future of the decentralized web, blockchain technology, and decentralized finance (DeFi) applications.
7. Artificial Intelligence (AI): Focusing on the advancements in AI, machine learning, and their applications across various industries.
The event spans two days and features a packed program consisting of keynote speeches, panel discussions, workshops, and specific happenings. Additionally, there is an exhibition area where startups, innovative companies, tech giants, and international pavilions showcase their products and ideas. This provides a unique opportunity for networking and collaboration among attendees.
Furthermore, the first evening of ICT Spring includes the ICT Spring party, adding a social and relaxed atmosphere to the event. Overall, ICT Spring serves as a central event on Luxembourg’s calendar, inspiring and connecting professionals from the tech industry across Europe.