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Enter 2038; a world of shifting realities, where things are not always what they seem to be, and where technological breakthroughs could change the very fundamentals of how we engage with and see the world.

Powered by Imperial Business Partners, curated by Imperial Tech Foresight



This year, Tech Foresight 2038 will delve into a shifting reality brought on by computer-assisted synthesis, nanophotonics, artificial scientific discovery, new data approaches, 4D printing and nutrition futures.

Discover how complex nanophotonics might enable molecular machines to increase our processing power. Invent new opportunities in 4D-printing with our leading academics. Debate what the future might hold for artificial scientific discovery and how it could trickle down into society. Listen to our expert in data-driven engineering and his vision of a responsive world. Develop future food opportunities by leveraging theories in rituals and technical advances. Discuss with our world-leading experts what’s next for privacy and our joint data futures.

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TF2038 will explore the future from a range of technological enablers, exploring what might be beyond the news-hype. Join us to consider how companies can adapt to these new technology-enabled futures through academic visionary perspectives, interactive workshops, provocative panel debates, and engaging student work.

Registration is free for IBP members using the code provided. Please email ibp@imperial.ac.uk if you have any questions.


Why attend?

  • Engage with world-class Imperial academics to hear what is next on the technology horizon
  • Network with experts from industry, academia, start-ups, and beyond, to learn how other sectors and domains are grasping the opportunities of radical technological change
  • Explore through academic presentations how these technological advances might disrupt and influence sectors and domains in the long-term
  • Activate your learnings in interactive workshops
  • Extract useful insights to drive your technology directions and inform your business


Explore the work of some of our visionary speakers

A living laboratory on the world's first 3D printed steel bridge - Professor Mark Girolami leads the work of the Alan Turing Institute-Lloyd’s Register Foundation programme in data-centric engineering

Cambridge Analytica is “only the beginning” - Dr Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye, leading Imperial College's Computational Privacy Group, has warned of the risk of privacy attacks that happen through friends

Studying the physics of light at the nanoscale - Dr Ricardo Sapienza and the work of the Complex Nanophotonics Research Group

Making synthesis of any desired molecule as easy as dialling a number - Professor Mimi Hii works on the next generation of chemistry

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