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10 nobel prize
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top 55 SPEAKERS
155+ COUNTRIES
1 000 000 PARTICIPANTS
This is the first and unprecedented online event, where world scientists and Nobel Prize winners will address the most important scientific challenges especially for scientists and students from Central Asia and the Caucasus.
NOBEL FEST
10 nobel prize winners
top 55 SPEAKERS
155+ COUNTRIES
1 000 000 PARTICIPANTS
This is the first and unprecedented online event, where world scientists and Nobel Prize winners will address the most important scientific challenges especially for scientists and students from Central Asia and the Caucasus.
SPEAKERS
Paul Misener
Vice President for Global Innovation Policy and Communications at Amazon. Inventor, visioner and global technology leader.
Jim Kwik
Global best brain coach, widely recognized expert in memory improvement, brain optimization and accelerated learning. He had trained CEOs of big giant companies like Virgin, SpaceX, Fox Studios, Nike, Zappos and Harvard University.
Tim Draper
#1 Venture capital investor, founder of DFJ, Draper University. One of the top 100 most powerful people, the top 20 most influential people in Crypto, #1 most networked VC by AlwaysOn, #7 on the Forbes Midas List and #48 most influential Harvard Alum. One of the top 30 Startup Gurus in the world.
Arsen Tomsky
CEO and Founder of InDriver, developer and challenger of injustice. He leads the company's global team of more than 1500 employees and over 100 million-user inDriver ecosystem in 42 countries worldwide.
Steven Pinker
Bestselling author, Professor of psychology at Harvard University. The 100 Most Influential People in the World Today (2004). Top 100 Global Thinkers (2005, 2008, 2010, 2011). Top 10 World Thinkers (2013).
Jimmy Wales
Co-founder of the non-profit online encyclopedia Wikipedia and the commercial web hosting company Wikia. One of the "100 Most Influential People in the World" (2006), the UNESCO Niels Bohr Medal (2013), one of the "25 Web Superstars" (2014).
Keishia Thorpe
2021 Global Teacher Prize winner ($1 million prize). Co-Founder and Vice President of U.S. Elite. National Life Group's 'Lifechanger of the Year' Grand Prize Winner (2018-2019 School year).
M. Iqbal Choudhary
Coordinator General Standing Committee for Scientific and Technological Cooperation (COMSTECH). Second most productive scientist in Pakistan (2015). Mustafa Prize for the discovery of fascinating molecules with therapeutic applications (2021).
THE PROGRAM
Nobel Fest
Nobel Lectures Week
October 31
November 1
November 2
November 3
November 4
October 26
October 27
October 28
14:30-15:40

#economy & politics
#peace



WHAT YOU DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE WAR?
  • The war has no face, but it has a long aftermath and consequences on generations, societies, culture, economics, politics. and every part of our lives
  • Short-medium-long term social consequences of war
14:30-14:50
Tawakkol KARMAN,
2011 Laureate of the Nobel peace prize, journalist, human rights activist and politician
14:50-15:10
Aftermath of war on children
Keishia THORPE,
Winner of 2021 Global teacher prize, LifeChanger of the year 2019
15:10-15:40
LIVE DISCUSSION
Clea FERNANDEZ,
Managing Partner at Global Forum Resources
15:40-17:00

#technology & bigcorporations
WHY FAILURE DRIVES INNOVATION?
  • Amazon Success story
  • Corporation failures on the way to the success
  • How failure drives innovation? What are the examples?
15.40-16.10
Paul MISENER,
Vice President for Global Innovation Policy, Amazon
16:30-17:00
LIVE DISCUSSION
Moderator
17:00-17:30

#education #medicine
LIMITLESS MIND
  • Cognitive perception: how to develop your brain in the 21st century?
  • Can a person change the structure of his brain through a generation of an idea?
  • Flexibility of brain in 21 century
  • How to develop the ability to generate ideas?
17:00-17:30
Limitless mind
Jo BOALER,
Co-founder and faculty director of youcubed, The Lead Author 2021 Revision of the California Mathematics Framework
17:30-18:20

#technology & AI
GO GLOBAL & STAY LOCAL - TIPS FROM INDRIVER
  • How does e-commerce develop globally?
  • The most successful e-commerce cases
  • The Future of Ecommerce: Replacing Shopping Malls?
17:30-17.50
Tips from InDriver
Arsen TOMSKY,
CEO and founder of inDriver
17:50-18:20
Interview Arsen Tomsky
18:20-19:50

#technology & AI
THE BLACK MIRROR OF AI
  • Hyperconvergence of numerous digital technologies, including AI, blockchain, IoT, AR, VR, Digital Twins, etc.
  • How that leads to many new innovations, new businesses, new products and services, as well as new jobs and careers
18.20-18.50
The Future of Innovation at the Convergence of Emerging Technologies
Kirk BORNE,
#1 Top Big Data worldwide influencer, Astrophysicist
18.50-19.20
The black mirror of AI
Juergen SCHMIDHUBER,
Director, AI Inititative of KAUST, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist of NNAISENSE
18.50-19.20

#green future & climate change
THE LAST HUMAN & THE END OF NATURE
  • Exploitation of developing countries, cultural homogenization, adverse effects on local economies and the environment, uneven development, trade wars as a result of capitalism and cheap labor overseas
  • What is the future of globalization in the new world?
18.50-19.20
The failure of Globalization
Bill MCKIBBEN,
2013 Gandhi Peace Award, environmentalist and author
CLOSING CEREMONY OF FIRST DAY
14:15-15:30

#education #future
HOMOFUTURUS:
THE DAWN OR A SUNSET OF HUMAN?

  • Discussing human change in the future from different perspectives: religious, behavioral, biological etc
  • When talking about an uncertain future, everyone means innovative technologies and artificial intelligence. But how will the future affect people?
14.15-14.35
Homofuturus in 21 century
Arsen TOMSKY,
CEO and founder of inDriver, Developist and challenger of injustice
14.35-15.00
A dawn or a sunset of humanity?
Rae Kwon CHUNG,
2007 Laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize, Professor Emeritus of Incheon National University
15.00-15.30
LIVE DISCUSSION
15:30-16:30
ARE WE ON A HIGHWAY TO A NEW FIN CRISIS?
  • Prospects for the global economy against the backdrop of recent geopolitical events and pandemics: what will 2023 bring with it?
  • When will the next global economic crisis come?
15.30-15.50
The great recipe to cook financial crisis
Marc UZAN,
Executive Director, Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee
15.50-16.10
Are we on a highway to a new financial crisis?
Timur TURLOV,
Chief Executive Officer of Freedom holding Corp.
16.10-16.30
LIVE DISCUSSION
16.30-17.00

#education #medicine
HAPPINESS IN TIMES OF CRISIS
  • How we can strengthen our mental health in times of crisis?
  • The importance of well-being
  • Why wellbeing and work go hand in hand
  • How to cope with stress in a healthy way
16.30-17.00
Happiness in times of crisis
Gina SCHOLER,
Minister for Happiness, trainer, speaker and coach, author of "30 Minuten Life Design"
17:00-18:30

#economy & politics
WILL DEMOCRACY SURVIVE?
  • Democracy: what place is given to it in the modern world?
  • What is e/digital democracy?
  • Is the end of the democratic age already here?
17.00-17.30
Techno optimism vs Techno pessimism
Ekaterina SHULMAN,
Associate professor, associate fellow, political scientist, publicist
17.30-18.00
Will democracy survive?
Dosym SATPAYEV,
political scientist, Director of the Risk Assessment Group
18.00-18.30
LIVE DISCUSSION
18:45-19:15

#technology & AI
RATIONALITY: WHY IT MATTERS?
  • What is rationality? Do we live in a rational world?
  • But is being irrational necessarily a bad thing? Are there certain scenarios in which it might be permissible?
18:45-19:15
Steven PINKER,
2013 Richard Dawkins Award winner, Kistler Prize winner, Troland Research Awards winner
Moderator
Ekaterina SHULMAN,
Associate professor, associate fellow, political scientist, publicist
19:15-19:40

#technology & AI
#medicine

THE NEXT BIG TECH IN MEDICINE
  • Big data technologies, AI, robotic technology, and new technologies in the treatment of oncology: how will all this affect our lives?
  • The role of biomedicine and pharmaceuticals today
  • Tech. and mobile applications for maintaining health: how do they affect the healthy lifestyle?
19.15-19.40
The next Big Tech in Medicine
Erin MAGENNIS,
Neuroscientist, Top100 NextGen Innovators, Chief Science Officer Like|Minded
19:40-20:00
CLOSING CEREMONY OF SECOND DAY
14:15-15:15
WHY TEACHERS ARE SAVING THE WORLD?
  • Role of teachers in the 21st Century
  • Teaching vulnerable part of the population
  • Assimilation and Integration: how it should be and how is it going?
  • Global Teacher Prize
  • Caring children beyond the classroom
14.15-14.45
Why teachers are saving the world?
Treisha THORPE,
Founder CEO & President of U.S. Elite, International Track and Field, Inc.

14.45-15.10
LIVE DISCUSSION
Keishia THORPE,
Winner of 2021 Global teacher prize, LifeChanger of the Year, EduPresenter
Moderator
Clea FERNANDEZ,
Managing Partner at Global Forum Resources
15:10-15:30

#education
PRESENTATION OF PRINCETON IN ASIA PROGRAM
  • Storytelling: Who is Princeton in Asia?
  • Who is our Host Organization?
  • Cross cultural relations of Princeton and Asian countries
  • Fellowships and internships with Asian host organizations
15:30-16:10

#education
BUILDING AN EDUCATED NATION
  • Social & Economic differences in educated and non-educated countries. Rankings and correlations.
  • Differences in perception/inputs/activities.
  • Governmental/traditional approach
  • Non-governmental/modern approach
  • Conservative and modern problems in education
  • How to improve the quality of education in developing countries?
15:30-16:10
LIVE DISCUSSION
Sayasat NURBEK,
Minister of higher education and Science of Kazakhstan
Dr. Iqbal CHOUDHARY,
Coordinator General COMSTECH, Organization of Islamic cooperation
16:10-16:40
DIGITAL BREAK
16:40-18:00

#education
#inclusive growth

WHAT UNIVERSITIES DO NOT TEACH US?
16.40-17.10
What universities do not teach us?
Margulan SEISSEMBAI,
investor, philanthropist, businessman
17.10-17.30
What universities do not teach us?
Dinara SATZHAN,
journalist, TV presenter, entrepreneur, fashion producer, blogger
17.30-18.00
LIVE DISCUSSION
18:00-18:40

#education
#technology & AI

THROUGH A NEW LENS
  • How changing how we look at facts and data can reveal a completely new understanding of reality?
18.00-18.40
Through a new lens
Bernardo KASTRUP,
Executive director of Essentia Foundation, Scientist, Philosopher
18:40-19:20

#education
WE ARE ALL AGING: LET'S END AGEISM
  • Why are attitudes to age still so judgemental?
  • Why is growing older for women in particular still seen as so negative?
  • Roots of ageism—between our ears and in the world around us
  • How it divides and diminishes us, and what we can do about it?
18.40-19.20
We are all aging: Let's end Ageism
Ashton APPLEWHITE,
Writer and activist, Top 100 inspiring women who are committed to social change
19:20-20:00

#green future & climate change
THE RACE TO ZERO
  • Net zero emissions: how to make this idea possible?
  • Have any countries reached the net zero emissions?
  • What are the policies and actions that all countries should consider to achieve the results in the "Race to Zero" campaign
19.20-20.00
The Race to Zero
Steve GRIFFITHS,
Senior Vice President and Professor of Practice at the Khalifa University
20.00-21.00
CLOSING CEREMONY
18.00-19.00

#technology & AI
FUTURE OF THE WORLD WIDE WEB
Future of the World Wide Web
Jim HENDLER,
Director of RPI-IBM Artificial Intelligence Research Collaboration
19.00-20.00

#technology & AI
BRAIN-MACHINE INTELLIGENCE: MIND OVER MECHANICS
Brain-Machine Intelligence: Mind Over Mechanics
Bin HE,
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Neuroscience of the Neuroscience Institute at Carnegie Mellon University
9.00-10.00
LECTURE
Lecture
Christopher HACON,
Distinguished Professor of mathematics at the University of California

19:00- 20:00

#medicine
HOW CANCER CELLS BECOME MALIGNANT
How cancer cells become malignant
Robert WEINBERG,
Professor for Cancer Research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

20:00 - 21:00
MAPPING THE UNIVERSE
Mapping the Universe
Margaret GELLER,
American astrophysicist at the Harvard–Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
18.00-19.00
STRESS IN OUR LIVES
Stress in our Lives
George P. CHROUSOS,
Professor of Pediatrics and Endocrinology Emeritus and at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens School of Medicine
18.00-19.00
LECTURE
Lecture
Speaker
15:00- 16:00
SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPUTER SIMULATION ON UNDERSTANDING THE HUMAN BRAIN
Systems development and computer simulation on understanding the human brain
Richard FRACKOWIAK,
Director of the Functional Imaging Laboratory at University College London

20:00 - 21:00
CRYSTAL STRUCTURE PREDICTION: FROM DESIGNING NEW MATERIALS TO UNRAVELING THE PUZZLES OF THE EARTH
Crystal structure prediction: from designing new materials to unraveling the puzzles of the Earth
Artem OGANOV,
Founder of the Commission on Crystallography of Materials at the International Union of Crystallography
15:00- 16:00
LECTURE
Lecture
Speaker
20:00 - 21:00
FRONTIERS IN COSMOLOGY
Frontiers in Cosmology
Lyman PAGE,
James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Physics at PrincetonUniversity

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