Inaugural Entrepreneurship Lab Talk - Dr Hermann Hauser
Dr Hermann Hauser (KC 1973) will deliver the inaugural talk of the Entrepreneurship Lab on the topic of 'The 4 key innovations and role of EU companies in global competition'. It will be a hybrid event held in the Keynes Lecture Theatre and on Zoom.
Hermann's talk will address the “4 key innovations” (Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Smart Contracts and Blockchain, Synthetic Biology, and Quantum Computing), how they work, their impact on the world and how EU companies can obtain an advantage in a global innovation sprint.
20:00 – drinks reception in College (Chetwynd Room, next to the Bar)
21:00 – Talk by Hermann Hauser (hybrid – in-person in Keynes‘ Lecture Theatre and online via Zoom)
Tickets are free but registration is essential. Please register via Eventbrite for both in-person and online attendance.
You can also attend the talk via Zoom (starting at 21:00), just select the "online" ticket option at checkout.
About Hermann Hauser
Hermann is a successful entrepreneur and venture capitalist, currently serving as a venture partner at Amadeus Capital Partners, which he co-founded in 1997. Hermann has founded or co-founded companies in a wide range of technology sectors. These include Acorn Computers (where he helped spin out ARM), Active Book Company, Virata, Net Products, NetChannel and Cambridge Network. He was a founder director of IQ (Bio), IXI Limited, Vocalis, SynGenix, Advanced Displays Limited, acquired by Cambridge Display Technology, Electronic Share Information Limited, E*Trade UK and has supported many other start-ups. Hermann kindly agreed to give the inaugural talk and will join us virtually.
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