Archive May, 2011

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May 2011
31

Ghent M

10 X 10 = Ghent M
IBBT and Avenue’L organize every Tuesday 10 talks & drinks about gaming, social media, open data, education, music, business angels, media wisdom…
Gent M wants to feed a dialogue about innovation, entrepeneurship and ICT.

May 2011
31

Tech Guru Conference: "Gamification" - by Gabe Zichermann

Conference about 'Gamification'. The BetaGroup brings to you Gabe Zichermann. He is the Tech Guru from New York behind the concept of Gamification. Gamification is a dynamic and exciting concept that brings together game mechanics and marketing to create engagement and solve problems.

May 2011
30

Info session: Financial support for starters

You have a good idea, but lack of information on budgets or financial resources to start your business? Monday, May 30 the Center for Entrepreneurship organizes its monthly information evening for entrepreneurs and growing companies with financing as a central theme.

May 2011
30

From classroom to boardroom

This one day seminar covers several aspects of student-entrepreneurship for the different stakeholders: society, the higher education institution and the student.

 

May 2011
27

B-CCentre Launch

The B-CCENTRE (Belgian Cybercrime Centre of Excellence for Training, Research & Education) will be the main Belgian platform for the exchange of knowledge, expertise and training in the field of cybercrime. To celebrate the inauguration of the B-CCENTRE, we kindly invite you to our international conference on the topic of Critical Information Infrastructure Protection in Europe and Belgium.

May 2011
25

E-Health = a piece of the puzzle

With guest speakers Birgit Morlion (Director Research Strategy IBBT) and Dr Ann Ackaert (Senior Research Engineer IBBT-IBCN-UGent).
The technological revolution in health care goes super-fast. This evolution is also needed with the view on the future: technological progress can provide a solution for stay-at-home patients that can be monitored from a distance or for older people who prefer to stay at home a little longer before going in a rest home. 'High tech' offers a lot of opportunities, yet efficient and appropriate care in our future society remains a challenge with many facets.