TEDxUCIrvine Salon Gradual Change
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
TEDxUCIrvine invites you to join us in a smaller TED-like event themed "Gradual Change" and focus on Graduate work happening on campus. It’s a unique opportunity to get the TEDx experience but at a more focused and interactive level.
Nizan Friedman | UCI grad student and inventor of the MusicGlove.
Christine King | UCI grad student who's research focuses on brain interface technology.
Anessa Stagner | UCI grad student analyzing PTSD in war veterans.
Sharine Wittkopp | UCI grad student researching the effects of pollution in the LA/OC area.
Said Shokair | the Director of UROP.
About our Venue:
The California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) at UC Irvine is a multidisciplinary research institute that develops information technology-based innovations.
Parking is most conveniently located in the Anteater Parking Structure.
Doors open at 6:00pm with a formal starting time of 7:00pm. We encourage you to arrive before the formal event to take the opportunity to network with all the other participants to get the full TEDxperience.
By purchasing a ticket and attending a TEDxUCIrvine event, you are agreeing to this statement:
"I understand that those who attend TEDx events do so in a spirit of curiosity, open-mindedness, respect and tolerance, thereby enabling constructive conversation and allowing guests and TEDx speakers to be more open than they might otherwise be. I confirm that I will honor these values."
All TEDx events are run and operated by passionate volunteers. We want to thank our sponsors who believe in the power of "ideas worth spreading" and support the TEDxUCIrvine Salon. TEDxUCIrvineSalon was brought to you in collaboration with the Department of Civic & Community Engagement.
Refunds will not be granted.