IEEE Technology for Humanity Party @SXSW
Sunday, March 9, 2014 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)
NOTE: This Official SXSW party is open to 2014 SXSW badge holders and invited guests ONLY. Registrants will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Grab a drink and experience interactive button walls, magic mirrors, the world's largest track ball, game tables, a laser maze and our own robot bartender. Meet FIRST® mentors, coaches and teams, check out competition robots and ground-breaking technology by National Instruments.
This is your chance to mix and play with an outstanding array of world-changers, like inventor and humanitarian, Dean Kamen and world renowned speakers the IEEE Technology for Humanity Series at SXSW. Together, we'll celebrate creativity in STEM education and the power of next-generation innovators.
Join the fun and grab some inspiration of your own to build a better world!
IEEE will not sell or broker your information. Our goal in asking questions (just a few) on our form is to get to know the guests coming to our party. Registrants who use auto-RSVP subscription services to sign up for this event, circumventing the simple, required registration fields (e.g.Title, Company) on our form will be put on a separate list and may be refused entry.
General Admission ticket holders are admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open to the public at 8:00 PM CT. Occupancy restrictions apply. VIP ticket holders may check in with the reception desk for expedited entry, as subject to venue capacity restrictions.
Sponsored by IEEE, FIRST®, Two Bit Circus, AT&T and National Instruments
About the IEEE Technology for Humanity Series
The IEEE Technology for Humanity Series at SXSW includes 16 SXSW events: one keynote; three featured speaker presentations; solo, duo and panel discussions; a party and two meetups. Join Adam Savage, Dean Kamen, Dr. Leslie Saxon, Intel's Brian David Johnson, Kelly Goto and a host of other experts, as we explore the future of innovation in robotics, privacy, security, augmented reality, Internet of things, body computing, future food, STEM and much more. Our sessions and events are open to all badged SXSW attendees.
To learn more about the IEEE Technology for Humanity Series and add our events to your SXSW Schedule, visit our series landing page!