Robust innovation brings us to a dimension beyond competition, raising our prospects for an economy of great magnitude, said Bordogna, the Alfred Fitler Moore Professor of Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Talent, discovery and innovation are the pillars of 21st-century progress; integrated they offer potential for an era of breathtaking transformation.
Howard Lieberman, founder and CEO of the Silicon Valley Innovation Institute, will deliver the keynote address. Lieberman invented new technologies at the Bose Corporation, Apple Computer and each of the five companies he founded.
Forum attendees will learn to innovate in a team setting and work through real case studies. Group discussions and exercises will focus on:
The event begins on 6 November with an opening-night reception and dinner. The forum starts the next day with a full day of teaching and includes breakfast, lunch and breaks. It will conclude with a half-day program that includes breakfast and a morning break. The cost is $795 for IEEE members and $950 for non-members.
Following the forum, all attendees become members of the institutes online innovation community, which provides access to ongoing, real-time collaboration, discussions, networking and mentoring.
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