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Material from 2017

TEDxDresden Embrace the Future 2017

Material from 2016

TEDx Dresden 2016

Key facts

Find out about our conference and TEDxDresden in this thorough summary – Last update: May 2017.

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Press release

Do we rule our future or vice versa? Find out at TEDxDresden 2017 and join us with a reduced ticket!

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Sächsische Zeitung (2018)

"New ideas in the Operetta" – At TEDx, cellist Jan Vogler and Gerhard Fettweis, a professor at TU Dresden, are going to give a talk in little time. (German)

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Sächsische Zeitung (2017)

"Holding the Future in Your Arms" - 15 speakers and a robot. - Commentary in the Saxonian newspaper.

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Campuszeitung Dresden (2017)

Article in the student newspaper of the TU Dresden. Edition 219 on June 26, 2017

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Sächsische Zeitung (2017)

An overview article from the Saxonian newspaper.

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Campusradio Dresden (2016)

Listen to an interview with our chairman Christoph Sträter (07:35 min).

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Newspaper article (2016)

Read about our conference last year in the official TU Dresden university newspaper.

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Official logo

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Our speakers in 2016

In 2016, we asked ourselves: How can we live our lives socially minded and grow together as a society?

Professors, social workers and forward thinkers from Dresden, Germany and Europe shared their idea. Among them were Prof Catherine Gyldensted (NL) calling for more constructive journalism and Jan Dirk Capelle (DE) who inspired us how to help people more effectively and rationally.