Call for Contributions 2021
Last year, national and international members of our hightech network as well as high-profile speakers shared their expertise, presenting their approaches to technological and strategic topics of the present and near future - from artificial intelligence and advanced manufacturing solutions to sensor technology, digitization, recruiting your future workforce and many more.
Once again, more than 400 participants are expected to attend Silicon Saxony Day 2021. In addition to managing directors and decision-makers from numerous ICT companies, researchers, scientists, engineers, politicians, developers and buyers from all over Germany, Europe and the world are expected to attend.
The Silicon Saxony Day will focus on keynotes and expert sessions on the technological hot topics of the present and future. Whether roadmap, challenges, lessons learned, use cases, new business models or best practices - the Silicon Saxony Day sees itself as a business-oriented transfer platform that highlights products and solutions from the key technological sector ICT, applying industries and sectors such as energy, medical, mobility & logistics, aerospace, smart city and many more. In lectures, demonstrations, workshops and an exhibition, an ICT-related but industry - and topic-open exchange takes place.
This year's topics
- Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) - Transforming Production
- Digital Twins - Driver for Innovation and Performance
- Artificial Intelligence - From Automation to AI in Production
- Trusted Electronics vs. Open Source - From open Collaboration to global Leadership
- Green IT / Clean IT - Sustainability in the ICT Industry
Are you interested in giving a talk, a keynote, a demonstration or a workshop? Great! Fill out the Conttribution form and we will get back to you soon.
Deadline for submission is December 18, 2020. All submitted contributions will be thoroughly evaluated. You will receive a feedback shortly after.
Your topic is not included? No problem. Send your suggestion with a short explanation why this should become part of the Silicon Saxony Day to email@example.com.