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CUTEC Technology Ventures Conference: Human Performance Running on Technology

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Early-Registration for Technology Ventures Conference is now open!

Human Performance Running on Technology

10 June 2010 | West Road Concert Hall | Cambridge UK

Conference website: http://tvc2010.cutec.org/

Registration: http://tvc2010.eventbrite.com/

Topics:

  • Digital Media – 3D broadcasting, virtual sport, mobile applications, digital rights
  • Healthcare – Tissue engineering, nutrition, doping, ethics
  • Engineering – Materials, pushing physical limits, disabilities, fairness in sport

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:

  • Roger Mosey – BBC Director of London 2012 and former Director of Sport

Confirm Panel Speakers:

  • Torsten Reil – Founder and CEO of Natural Motion (Digital Media)
  • Inma Martinez – Executive Stradbroke Advisors (Digital Media)
  • David Shield – Global Director Engineering and Technology, IMG Media (Digital Media)
  • David Mountford – COO and co-founder at MedCell Bioscience Ltd (Healthcare
  • Matt Lovell – Nutritionist for the England Rugby team (Healthcare)
  • Andrew Lynn – Founder of Orthomimetics, CBO of Tigenix (Healthcare)
  • Tom Waller – Head of Speedo Aqualab (Engineering)
  • Brian Walton – Olympic medal cyclist, VP Performance of Cadence (Engineering)
  • Scott Drawer – Head of Research and Development UK Sport (Engineering)
  • Mike Caine – MD Progressive Sports Technologies, Professor Loughborough University (Engineering)

The Technology Ventures Conference 2010 will serve as a platform to display how high-tech products continue to push back the boundaries of human ability. Breakthroughs in bioengineering, sensors, and smart materials are transforming recreational and professional sports. People can heal faster and go longer. New feats are achieved daily and new avenues are available to engage sports and gaming consumers thanks to current multimedia technology. The Telegraph has already coined this era as The Golden Decade of Sports in the UK, and CUTEC hopes to address the opportunities and limitations of high-tech businesses entering this timely market.

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