the Greek Scientists Society Symposia & Conferences

the Greek Scientists Society

Symposia & Conferences

Advance the Greek Scientific Paradigm

SYMPOSIA​

Greek Scientists Society 1st Symposium

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Over 1 000 registered attendees on the LinkedIn event page (click on image)

Sunday, March 14, 2021

Discover the way a Greek Scientific Paradigm may evolve for the post-COVID era

As we move out of these unprecedent times, at least for our generation, to the next normal, there is a pressing need to discuss the consequences of the Anthropocene era in a fast moving world with incomparable technological and socio cultural changes to tackle numerous challenges and confront the dictates of New Data Economy and the Digital Transformation Robotics, AI, IoT, Industry 4.0, 3D printing, AR/VR to name the most important drivers and on the other hand, develop the Disruption Technologies that will fabricate the foundations of the New Age.

This Virtual Symposium aims to explore how the Ancient Greek thought may assist us to confront these issues and eventually to evolve a Greek Scientific Paradigm.

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The Symposium was covered live on ERT-FLIX (ERT-WORLD)

Greek Scientists Society 2nd Symposium

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Over 8 000 registered attendees on the LinkedIn event page (click on image)

Sunday, October 31, 2021

Discover the way a Greek Scientific Paradigm may develop an “Innovation Ecosystem 5.0”

We aim to explore how the Greek Scientific Paradigm may take flesh and bones and how it may develop within the boundaries of the next-gen Innovation Ecosystems.

As we deal with the implications of the 4th Industrial Revolution and we start designing the Society 5.0, is there a way for Greece and Cyprus to pioneer and excel on these areas? Can Greece and Cyprus devise their own next-gen “Innovation Ecosystem 5.0”?

Humanity has entered a period of heavy digitalization where platform business models cause radical reordering of traditional business, and the power is shifting from nations to networks. In this new frontier, the global network of Greeks should have to compete and partner with other networks.

We discuss these questions, with the aim

  • to identify the core characteristics of the next-gen Innovation Ecosystem
  • to discover what model of Innovation Ecosystem Greece and Cyprus should develop and foster in the Society 5.0
  • to incorporate the wealth of experiences and capabilities of our Diaspora
  • to develop bridges for connecting Greeks and cooperating in converged cyber-physical space

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Greek Scientists Society 3rd Symposium

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Over 5 500 registered attendees on the LinkedIn event page (click on image)

Sunday, October 31, 2021

Leveraging the soft power of the global Hellenic Community:
Towards the Greek & Cypriot next-gen innovation ecosystems 5.0”

Leveraging the Soft Power of the Global Hellenic Community:
Towards the Greek and Cypriot Next-Generation Innovation Ecosystems 5.0

In the new era, Innovation in Science and Technology is the spark to transform a Nation - within the Industry & Society 5.0 context - into a technologically advanced one, Small countries like Greece and Cyprus need to use all the necessary means to become successful in that front.

Our Diaspora is frequently mentioned as a game changer for helping Hellenism find its position for the time to come. It is perceived to be, and it is a soft power that we have to incorporate in every arrangement we compile for the future.

In this 3rd Symposium we build upon the very interesting ideas that came out of our previous Symposia – Tech Diplomacy and Involvement of Scientists in Diplomatic actions – that must be further nurtured and advanced to the next level, take shape and developed in to action programs.

We discuss these matters, with the aim
- To identify the role of Scientists in promoting our position in the global landscape via Science & Tech Diplomacy
- To identify the role of Hellenic Diaspora Business Leaders in the making of the next-gen Innovation Ecosystem
- To incorporate the wealth of experiences and capabilities of our Diaspora
¬ of our distinctive talent in Life Sciences to the dawn of the Greek Biopharma innovation
¬ to set up and build momentum for a Tech Innovation Ecosystem in Greece and Cyprus

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CONFERENCES​

PAST EVENTS

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Thursday, June 30, 2022

why Space matters for a safe and prosperous Nation

Over the last years, the Space sector has become a domain for high-tech innovation, commercial opportunities, and strategic purposes. Space economy is attracting more attention worldwide, as public, and private investors look for new sources of economic growth and innovation.

It involves a full range of activities and resources that create value and benefits to human beings in the course of exploring, researching, understanding, managing, and utilizing space.

Space Economy is the first of the four Technology areas (not exclusively) that we will build around an Innovative Ecosystem.

We invite you to join us on June 30, 2022, at 18:00 GR time in our event platform for the presentation of the Space Economy Circle at the Greek Scientists Society.

The event will start with Networking before we move to the Panel Discussions with esteemed Speakers from the Academia, the Research, the Industry, the Start-up Community and the Public Domain.
We will also present the Community Portal and the various programs and activities of the Greek Scientists Society.

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MORE UPCOMING EVENTS

Wendnesday, October 26th 2022

18:00hs GMT-3

The role of Cybersecurity for a Modern-day Society

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Bio Materials Circle

to be announced soon

Greek Scientists Society Webinars

Professor Vassiliou from the University of Cambridge on "The preclinical history of Leukaemia"

The transition to a climate neutral and resilient interaction between humans

MIT Professor Ron Weiss on "Mammalian Synthetic Biology Foundation and Therapeutic Applications"

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