Don't miss your chance to attend Discovery 11

Posted by Andrea Wahbe

Discovery 11 logoOn May 18th and 19th, the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) will present Discovery 11 – a leading-edge technologyconference that brings together industry leaders, academia, entrepreneurs and investors to share knowledge, and spark new opportunities for collaboration. It has been touted as “Canada's leading innovation-to-commercialization conference.”

A spokesperson for Discovery 11 described the event as the “ultimate science fair meets industry.” Whether you’re a software developer looking for best practices in user experience design, a gaming or 3D designer looking for the next big trend, or an entrepreneur seeking opportunities to promote your product and learn from your peers, there are plenty of speakers and panels for you to check out.

You don’t want to miss:

  • A keynote presentation from Bill Buxton, Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research, who recently wrote a book called Sketching User Experiences and is an expert in user experience design
  • A panel discussion on how stereoscopic 3D technologies are impacting the gaming, film and television consumer experience
  • A special Demo Camp event produced in partnership with StartUpNorth
  • A panel discussion hosted by Kunal Gupta, President and CEO of Polar Mobile, to investigate the mobile app revolution

Event attendees will also get a chance to visit the Discovery showcase floor to meet with exhibitors from academia, government, and more.

To sign-up for the conference, visit www.ocediscovery.com.

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Andrea Wahbe

Andrea Wahbe

Andrea Wahbe is a freelance B2B marketing strategist and corporate storyteller who has contributed to the growth of online media businesses in Canada, such as AOL and Google. By day, Andrea writes about digital media and marketing trends and tips for Canadian startups and SMEs. By night, she’s an analog book reader, master swimmer and experimental chef.  more



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