ECO Future Workshop 2011:

17. März 2011

 

How sustainable is your technology 2015?


 

Every spring, ECO WORLD STYRIA, the world’s leading cluster for environmental and energy technology, extends an invitation to its most important event of the year: the ECO Future Workshop.

Even if the future always lies ahead of us: it will soon be the past! Because our future takes place on Wednesday, April 13, 2011, at 5:30 p.m. This is when ECO WORLD STYRIA and the State Minister for Economic Affairs, Dr. Christian Buchmann, invite you to the Future Conference in Graz, promising fascinating insights into the energy and environmental technology of tomorrow.

What will be state of the art in four to five years? In which areas of energy and environmental technology will there be pioneering breakthroughs? And where will you stand with your technology in five years?

Prof. Dr. Rolf Kreibich,
Managing Director of the Institute for Future Studies and Technology Evaluation (D) and member of the World Future Council, DI Andreas Gerstenmayer, CEO of AT&S, Dr.Manfred Stadlbauer, Managing Director of the technological early detection agency Techmeter, as well as Urs Heutschi, publisher of the journal „Umweltperspektiven“ (CH), will be offering impulses, suggestions and outlooks. Your host for the evening will be Mag. Martin Haidinger, member of the scientific editorial department at ORF Ö1.

You are hereby warmly invited to discover the future of energy and environmental technologies first hand, share your perspectives and spend an inspiring, communicative evening in the pleasant atmosphere you have become used to. Please reserve the date:

2015 – How sustainable is your technology?
Highlights. Backgrounds. Insights.


Wednesday, April 13, 2011, starting at 5:30 p.m.
Old University Graz, Hofgasse 14

We will be particularly happy to see YOU there! Registrations starting immediately at eco.at

 

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