Livestream TEDxDelft

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Livestream TEDxDelft
Are you running late? Do you have a meeting until 4? Have friends and relatives who couldn’t make it? Then why not livestream TEDxDelft 2018.
All the talks, entertainment and banter in between can be streamed to phones and laptops everywhere.

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TEDxDelft speaker in the spotlight: Arjen Kamphuis

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Speaker TEDxDelft in the spotlight!

Arjen Kamphuis worked for IBM as IT-architect in the ’90’s. From 2002 to 2010 he advised several European countries on IT-strategy, opensource software & open standards. Since 2006 he helps to secure information systems of companies, government and NGO’s. His work ranges from regular security-awareness to countering espionage against companies, journalists, lawyers and activists. Arjen is involved with the global hacker-community and works with (former)employees of spy agencies and other professionals who work at the front of critical infrastructure protection. Arjen is now Tech & Infosec Director at Pretty Good Knowledge – the Brunel datascience company.

Arjen’s talk will be about the following: From governments to health-care to basic food availability, our lives depend on networked computers functioning all the time.

Thanks to Edward Snowden we know most of our current IT-systems are insecure beyond repair. This insecurity is becoming an existential threat to highly automated and networked societies. There is a way out of this but it requires a different way of thinking about IT than what got us here.

TEDxDelft speaker in the spotlight: Wessel van Beerendonk

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Speaker TEDxDelft in the spotlight!
Wessel van Beerendonk is architect and co-founder of Studio RAP. Studio RAP was founded in 2015 and is an award-winning architectural design and manufacturing studio. In the RAP’s design process, innovative design techniques are used after which in-house these designs are produced with the help of industrial robotic arms. Using digital manufacturing, especially robot-controlled production methods, RAP assumes the role of digital architect. The RAP designs are characterized by expressive unique forms, which are sustainably produced, assembled or unassembled, by industrial robotic arms. Wessel will be talking about moving towards a new architectural paradigm.

TEDxDelft host in the spotlight: Amber Roner

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Host in the spotlight!
Amber Roner creates space for people to tell their own inspiring stories, on screen, on air and on stage. She is not only a video specialist at NN Group, she also works as a content creative, freelance journalist and video director. In the past several years Amber has become a recognizable voice on air, as host of a weekly Art & Culture show on AmsterdamFM and as a festival reporter for KX Radio. Off the air she’s been the MC on podia at the Amsterdam Uitmarkt and the Amsterdam Pop Prize. This is her first time hosting TEDxDelft.

TEDxDelft speaker in the spotlight: Dr. Mata Haggis-Burridge

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Speaker TEDxDelft in the spotlight!
Dr. Mata Haggis-Burridge is Professor of Creative and Entertainment Games at NHTV: Breda University of Applied Sciences, where he has worked since 2010. He completed his PhD on Cyberculture in 2006. Mata is an award winning video game developer, as well as researching the social implications of national and international policies regarding video games. His work frequently involves confronting how problematic outcomes emerge from complex systems, and trying to find new paths to better solutions. Mata’s talk is about how Artificial Intelligences can affect ourlives in many strange ways.

TEDxDelft speaker in the spotlight: Laura Klauss

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Speaker TEDxDelft in the spotlight!
Laura Klauss is a former student of the Delft University of Technology, where she studied Industrial Design Engineering. During her graduation Laura specialized predominantly in the technical aspects of product design and production processes. In 2012 she was co-founder of Better Future Factory and the iconic start-ups Perpectual Plastic and Refil. Her work was rewarded in 2016 by winning the public vote for the prestigious Dutch Engineer of the Year Award. Laura’s talk is about creating tangible solutions that make waste valuable.

TEDxDelft speaker in the spotlight: Jonathan Schoenmaker

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Jonathan Schoenmaker: a 20 year old Dutch physics student at the TU Delft and winner of the TEDx Delft Award. Jonathan’s talk is about his experience of suffering years of depression and the steps one can actually take to try and help people with this serious disease

TEDxDelft Speaker in the spotlight: Vreneli Stadelmaier

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Vreneli Stadelmaier, a performer, writer, careercoach and an entrepreneur for 20 years.
She is the Dutch expert on the impostor phenomenon (the fear of beiing found out) and how it’s holding back. Vreneli was rewarded by the Dutch government with an award for women emancipation. Her goal in life is more women at the top.

TEDx Speaker in the spotlight: John Sadowsky

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John Sadowsky is is a global speaker, writer, leadership coach and business advisor, with more than 20 years of experience across five continents. One of his major goals is to have a deep impact on everyone he works and lives with, and to inspire others to do the same. In his keynotes and seminars, John speaks about how his narrative-based method can transform people, groups, brands or organizations.
In his career John discovered that most people tend to underestimate the influence that they have. In his talk, John shows you how effective leaders use their life stories to impact their world and how we can all learn to do it

John Sadowsky will be at TEDxDelft event March 22nd! Don’t miss his inspiring talk

First speaker announced: Peter Joosten

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TEDx Speaker in the spotlight!
Peter Joosten is biohacker and futurist. In his talk at the TEDxDelft event on March 22nd, Peter will reveal the lessons he learned from doing an extensive amount of personal experiments to create more wellbeing.

The ultimate preparation for TEDxDelft

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Ideas worth spreading. Ted stands for inspiring talks about Technology, Entertainment and Design. The art of inspiration is central to TED. And questions are part of that. How to tell your story? How to inspire your audience? How to speak like a Tedx speaker? During the lead-in to TedxDelft 2018, two workshops will be organized. And everyone is welcome.

The Art of Storytelling
On Thursday, March 1st, the first ever Students Seeking Knowledge Symposium will take place. Central themes are personal development and personal leadership while multiple lectures and workshops throughout the day will help kickstart your personal growth.
TedxDelft will host a storytelling workshop whereby participants will have the opportunity to delve into the art of storytelling and learn about how the telling of stories can enhance your personal journey. More information studentenhebbendorst.nl

How to Pitch an Idea
On Tuesday, March 6th, TedxDelft will organize a workshop called, How to Pitch Ideas. Do you have an idea that will change the world? Do you dream of standing on an official Tedx red carpet and delivering that idea via a Ted talk? This promises to be an awesome evening that takes you through the steps of pitching that idea! The workshop is facilitated by Jonathan Talbott, TedxDelft’s Head of Speaker Coaching.
More information www.tudelft.nl/sc/evenementen

Join the team

Would you like to contribute to TEDxDelft 2018? Do you want to help create an amazing one-of-a-kind event? We are currently looking for energetic individuals to be part of our amazing team. Let us know what you would like to do.

Fill in the following form and we will reach out to you: www.tedxdelft.nl/get-involved/

We hope to welcome you soon as one of our volunteers!

TEDxDelft 2018 | March 22 | Save the Date!

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Let great ideas inspire you. On March 22, 2018, TEDxDelft returns with an impressive panel of speakers, cutting-edge ideas, inspirational stories and fun side events. Tickets will be on sale soon, so make sure you circle the date on your calendar.

Over the next couple of weeks, we will update our website with more information about the theme, speakers and more. Stay tuned.