Seven-year science, technology and innovation conference
Innovation, scientific publishing, business challenges, technology, humor, online games, conferences and exhibitions are the components of the ZTB conferences (Zientzia, Teknologia, Berrikuntza) which will take place until November 21 in the city.
âWith this initiative, as with the Laboratory Museum, we wish to contribute to the dissemination of scientific culture. Year after year this is the seventh edition, with contributions from leading professionals pushing the boundaries of Bergara, as highlighted by business promotion consultant Ainhwa Lit, offering a program with more than twenty open meetings at the participation.
He also underlined the cooperation between institutions and organizations: âJoint work adds added value to these conferences. This year 17 groups and entities are participating, as well as the organizational efforts mandated by Lab â.
Connect with the masses
Science Museum curator Rosa Erazkin stressed the importance of bringing science closer to all audiences and, based on diversity, expanding the range of recipients âis our goal. With an emphasis on science, technology and innovation, we work on the formation and dissemination of various fields through conferences and exhibitions. exhibitions, student activities, workshops, Wolfram meetings and other proposals Â»
The state of health of the last version has forced some programs to be broadcast in streaming: âThis format allowed us to reach people that we could not reach otherwise. The results were positive, so on this occasion the possibility to watch Seminarixoa matches will always be live, âsaid Errazkin. .
For those who value attendance more, it has been announced that despite the increased capacity limits, it is recommended to register with the Labatorium, at 943 76 90 03 or at labatorium @ bergara.eus.
From several points of view
Diversity is taste, it is one of the principles of the ZTB conference, as explained by Marij Unamuno, municipal planning technician: âWe have before us a meeting of robotics, illustration, circular economy, physics, manufacturing and many other areas. On November 12, we hosted a technical conference at the Miguel Altona Institute, led by Beatrice Lascurin, from MU, on what artificial intelligence is and what it is applied to in business strategy. He also stressed: âWe are committed to highlighting the role of women in science. On November 2, the neighborhood will present the Stars of Science book. Women from the shadows to the light ‘â.
The Basque language, as a subject, was integrated into the conference. Meren Duparan from the Basque Government, Joxian Amonaris from the Gibuzkoa Regional Council and Gozo Azteria from Elhiar will participate in the round table “Basque in the age of artificial intelligence”, and on November 13, chaired by Librezale.eus, there will be a vote registration marathon in the Basque Country.
In the area of ââeducation, as Ohana Garmendia of the Miguel Altona Institute noted at the event, âWe jointly prepared a comprehensive educational show. The students will receive lectures from experts on different subjects as well as scientific experiments, and on November 8th we will organize a technological âescape roomâ for LH5 and LH6 students. ”