Latitude Research Summer Conference AppearancesBy Kadley Gosselin May 25, 2011
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In addition to researching and publishing around new opportunities in the media and tech spaces, we periodically share our latest work and thinking at conferences and industry events.
Across the summer, several of us are scheduled to present at events in the US and Europe.
M2M Forum Europe
Latitude is partnering with Machina Research for M2M Forum Europe in London on June 6-9. Ian Schulte will lead a collaborative workgroup of telecoms professionals to explore people-centric opportunities for m2m, as part of a broader, day-long workshop focused on identifying m2m strategies and new business opportunities. To view the detailed agenda and other information visit the event page.
ReadWriteWeb 2Way Summit
The following week, Latitude’s Steve Mushkin and Neela Sakaria will lead Kidgenuity: What We Can Learn from Kids Inventing Future Technology at ReadWriteWeb’s 2Way Summit on June 13-14. Joining them will be Andres Monroy-Hernandez, developer of Scratch at MIT’s Media Lab and Vanessa Van Petten from Radicalparenting.com. Audrey Watters, writer for ReadWriteWeb, Huffington Post, and the NPR education technology blog MindShift, will be moderating. The session will explore the topic of kids as innovators, stemming from global research conducted in Latitude’s KIDS initiative. For detailed information visit the session page.
Steve Mushkin and Neela Sakaria
The Children’s Media Conference
Latitude will return to the UK for the Children’s Media Conference in Sheffield, England from July 6-8. Steve Mushkin and Neela Sakaria will present Unlikely Visionaries: How Kids are Predicting and Designing the Future. This session will present findings from several of Latitude’s KIDS studies to provide insights into how kids envision future technology, and what this means for new content experiences and transmedia storytelling. Check out the timetable page for more information and a full schedule.
Latitude is working with Council (the European Internet of Things think tank) to co-organize a collaborative IoT workshop at PICNIC Amsterdam September 14-16. Consistent with the broader event theme (urban futures), the workshop will explore several possibilities for IoT integration into urban spaces, and Ian Schulte and Steve Mushkin will present Latitude’s latest Future Cities work.
We will keep you posted on our upcoming appearances and we look forward to connecting with you at future events.
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