Doctoral students, Post-Docs and young professionals are encouraged to participate in TEDxFulbright, a one-day conference based on the TED concept of "ideas worth spreading".
TEDxFulbright is a platform for talented young researchers and creative innovators from all disciplines to interact with a world-class speaker line-up, developed from the global alumni community of the Fulbright Scholarship Program.
On November 11, TEDxFulbright will gather 130 engaging academics and professionals at the German Architecture Museum from 10:00-16:00 for a day of inspiring talks and ample networking opportunities.
Speakers include the President of the International Criminal Court, a Delegate in Environmental Policy to UNESCO, a Science Journalist from CERN, Director of Stockholm's Vasa Museum, Co-Founder of BroadReach Healthcare for the Developing World, a Trustee of the Alternative Nobel Prize, and an expert in Leadership-based Education from Cambridge University, among others traveling from 11 countries, 3 continents. The participation fee is 75 Euros and covers the entire day of talks, 2 networking breaks, a catered lunch, and a final reception.