The 21st century restarted in 2021. The companies that implemented Digital Transformation effectively thrived during the worldwide pandemic. Digital Transformation has reduced disruptions in business, across all industries, and new digital technologies and strategies have continued to emerge faster than ever. MIT has been no exception to this uninterrupted innovation. This annual MIT Digital Technology and Strategy Conference explores the latest research from across the Institute and its potential impact across industries. The conference highlights where MIT continues to generate cutting-edge research in numerous areas, such as quantum computing, satellite communications, AI, drones, process automation beyond robotics, predictive analytics, technology strategy, digital transformation, and others. Join MIT’s faculty, MIT-connected startups and industry executives as they discuss their latest innovations, meant to be practical and actionable solutions to accelerate real-world innovation and industry success. The program also allows for opportunities for networking with top MIT researchers and industry executives.
This research-driven and practitioner-led program is designed to help senior executives avert failure, create cultures of agility and resiliency, and develop a customized blueprint for large-scale transformation in their organization.
Built Infrastructure is the foundation of economic and societal development. Economic recovery and future growth require sustainable infrastructure build up. Join MIT faculty speakers and startups to explore the challenges and solutions in evolving built infrastructure to support mobility of the future.
Materials Day is the capstone event for MRL. The symposium and poster session are usually held in October. Speakers from industry as well as MIT professors present their latest research.
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What makes some organizations capable of generating and sustaining high-velocity, unparalleled, relentless improvement and innovation? This program will introduce the fundamental principles by which such acceleration occurs, give examples of those principles in practice, and give participants an opportunity to test how those principles can be applied and translated to their own work.
The 2021 SENSE.nano symposium will focus on human subjects research, exploring how sensors and sensing systems can enable current medical studies and future clinical practice. Broken into two half-day webinars, SENSE.nano 2021 will investigate human health through various technologies including motion capture, physiological monitoring, and sensing tools for the study of bodily fluids.
Discussions and presentations around MIT research, clinical needs, societal changes, and implications will serve to help celebrate the reopening of the expanded Clinical Research Center (CRC) at MIT.
In this course, participants learn to analyze the performance of projects, and even entire departments, from a financial perspective; gain a deeper understanding of how resources are allocated throughout an organization; and understand how to leverage cost analysis to position a particular project or department for success.
Participants in this organizational strategy program will learn what it takes to build game-changing companies that make their teams and areas of responsibility world-class talent factories. They will also discuss the importance of building an innovative company culture and learn from the successes and challenges of various companies that have been on similar journeys of transformation.
The impact of Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems is real and tangible. Across all industries, businesses are designing and developing intelligent and autonomous systems to help create innovative products and to increase operational efficiency. Nevertheless, there still remain many questions along our collective journey of exploration, for instance: Will our new understanding of natural intelligence change the paradigm of future AI? What are the promises and perils of autonomous systems and how should we prepare ourselves to address them? What are some of the emerging technologies that may help create better AI and Autonomous Systems? What are the areas of research and development that we haven’t yet paid enough attention to?
This webinar will present the latest research from MIT’s leading researchers and shed lights on these critical questions in this exciting and fast-moving space.
Companies in the resources sector are under intense pressure today to innovate and evolve their businesses to be faster, more sustainable, more digital, more automated, and more resilient to disruptions like COVID-19. But many companies lack the critical knowledge they need to be able to innovate successfully. In this first-of-its-kind event, the MIT Industrial Liaison Program is collaborating with our member companies Woodside and Rio Tinto, to examine the key questions underlying this challenge, and to share the expertise in academia, industry, and government that will help chart a course forward for the resources industry in Australia and worldwide.