Speakers of TEDxDresden 2019
Here we will announce the speakers of the TEDxDresden 2019. You want to present your own idea on our event? Our you want to suggest an inspiring speaker? Then you are at the right place!
Is your idea ready for TEDxDresden?
Thank you for your interest in applying as a speaker!
We would appreciate it if you could send us a short German or English abstract for your proposed idea or talk and are looking forward to your submission!
We constantly review applications and strive to give feedback as early as possible. The earlier we reveive your application, the higher is your chance to present your idea.
We look for ideas worth spreading!
You have someone in mind who would be an ideal choice for our event? Somebody with a brilliant idea who is passionate about it and eager to spread it?
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It's an open secret: Talks take usually 6 to 18 minutes and bring an idea captivatingly to the point. TEDxDresden assists their speakers by rhetoric training and repeated rehearsing to work out the essence of their vision.
Language of talks
Our speakers – 2018
All of our talks are uploaded on the TEDx YouTube Channel and collected in a playlist. Among them are e.g. Christoph Burkhardt, an innovation psychologist talking about AI, as well as the famous cello soloist Jan Vogler from Dresden.
Follow our TEDxDresden YouTube Channel to always get the talks and performances of our conference.WATCH THE TALKS SEE THE PROFILES
Our speakers – 2017
All of our 2017 talks have been uploaded on the TEDx YouTube Channel and collected in a playlist. Among them are e.g. Scott Aaronson, an American scientist in the field of quantum computation, as well as the director and audiovisual artist Sebastian Linda from Dresden.
Follow our TEDxDresden YouTube Channel to always get the talks and performances of our conference.
Our speakers – 2016
2016, we asked ourselves: How can we develop more awareness for social issues and grow together as a society?
Twelve professors, social workers and thinkers from Dresden and the Netherlands presented their ideas to about 100 participants. Among the speakers were, e.g. Catherine Gyldensted (NL) who promoted the idea of Constructive Journalism, as well as, Jan Dirk Capelle (DE) who explained the concept of Effective Altruism.WATCH THE TALKS SEE THE PROFILES