TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is a global set of conferences under the slogan "ideas worth spreading".
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TED has created a program called TEDx. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. Our event is called TEDxBergen, where x = independently organized TED event. At our TEDxBergen event, TEDTalks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events, including ours, are self-organized.
The TEDx event is organized for the third time by the NHH students previously under TEDxNHH.
We are now taking it to the next level!
Every year we are organizing TEDx conference in our school. Previous TEDxNHH events were tremendous successes with excellent feedback from the attendees. TEDxNHH 2010 was the first independently organized TED conference in Norway. Three hundred and thirty attendees were gathered from NHH, UiB, HiB and Arkitektskolen as well as business community and general public.
This Fall we are organizing an even more exciting conference: TEDxBergen, with renowned speakers from all over the world, talking about their most innovative ideas and inspiring the audience.
The City of Bergen is very pleased to host the TEDx conference. Your theme for the conference “The Power of Ideas” is the ideal theme to focus on in Bergen. Commanding the spectacular western edge of the Scandinavian Peninsula, Bergen has been a focal point of cultural and commercial activity from medieval to modern times. The City of Bergen is The power of dreams.Read more
As the Rector of NHH I am very proud of the fact that students at our school have been chosen to organize this year’s TEDx conference in Bergen, and that NHH will host this event. Participants will be introduced to interesting speakers and powerful new ideas. Born and raised in Bergen I am also proud to welcome all visitors to our beautiful city!Read more
those who inspire
The TEDxNHH stage welcomed several brilliant speakers, who shared their knowledge with the audience, entertaining and enlightening people. As this year we grow bigger, TEDxBergen will bring even brighter and more inspiring speakers, in the hopes of overwhelming our audience with talent and life-changing ideas.
Kristian is the Industry Manager for Automotive and Entertainment at Google Denmark, having been affiliated to the world’s most desired employer for more than 8 years. He owns a profound expertise in search engine marketing and online advertising and, hence, will be sharing his view about contemporary traits of the IT-industry, importance of moon shots and prospective vision on open access to information and learning.
Max believes that one can acquire success through entrepreneurship and that education is not necessary the right way for every one. After dropping out of high school and starting a supply company to the petroleum sector, Max has become one of the most successful young entrepreneurs in Norway.
Sverre is the Country Manager of NovaAgentum, a company that facilitates networking between skilled students from different fields of study and geographical locations. He will share perspectives on what’s needed for a network to function, and what you can do as an individual to build and maintain your personal network.
(Photo: Christian Werner Skovly, Rotor)
Peter has won awards from the BBC Music Magazine, been nominated for a Gramophone Award, as well as a GRAMMY for a concerto recording in 2007. He is the founder and leader of the Kreutzer Quartet and the Munich-based Ensemble Triolog. Peter plays on a 1698 Stradivari owned by Joseph Joachim from the collections of the Royal Academy of Music, where he is the Fellow of Performance Studies.
Jean-Baptiste is a creator of the award winning educational algebra game DragonBox. His company WeWantToKnow maintains the audacious goal of delivering K-12 mathematics knowledge to any child in 30 hours of gameplay. With WeWantToKnow, Huynh combines his passion for entrepreneurship, applied mathematics and social impact.
Mads Nordmo is a clinical psychologist from UiB. His research revolves around cognition and decision-making, especially implicit cognition. In spring of 2012 he filled in as lecturer in the bachelors course in psychology and leadership at NHH and has been awarded “Bronsesvampen”, the NHH students award for outstanding lecturer, for the course. Mads invites us to look beyond a transactional view of human behavior, as he explains how moral psychology and existential psychology may be instrumental in understanding how and why movements arise.
Lisa has a passion for diversity and in 2008 she founded Leadership Foundation with the goal of building a business focused on implementing diversity through projects, consulting and research. Lisa has her educational background in marketing from Pennsylvania State University and has an MBA in international marketing from BI Norwegian Business School.
UnCollege is an organization that helps people take control of their education through its flagship Gap Year program. Jean is currently taking time off from Stanford University to work, learn and travel. She believes that all students should take a year off from school. This year isn't for watching TV and taking a break from learning. Instead, it's a time for students to learn on their own, gain a real-world perspective, and reflect on what they've done and what they want to do. By taking a gap year, students can make sure they're building a life they will want to lead.
Jerry has been a leading voice in the alternative school movement for over 30 years. In 1989, he founded the Alternative Education Resource Organization (AERO) and since then has served as its Director. AERO's mission is to help connect individuals and groups and share ideas related to learner-centered education. Jerry will address the questions of why is a learner-centered approach crucial for education and what is fundamentally wrong with the paradigm of human learning underpinning traditional education.
He is the founder and director of Service Forum, the founder of The Norwegian Customer Satisfaction Barometer at the Norwegian School of Management, and the founder of the annual Professor Johan Arndt Marketing Conference. He is an acclaimed academic who has received awards for several of his articles. At TEDxBergen Professor Andreassen will be talking about the rapidly growing phenomena of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC). He considers it to be a so called disruptive innovation – an innovation that has the potential to shock the established players of a sector.
those who inspire
Look at the videos of some of the most inspiring speakers from previous years.
Lasse believes that technological innovation is more important to how society develops than political agitation. He has been volunteering with the seasteading movement since 2009 and now makes a living dealing in bitcoins, a new revolutionary internet currency, through his company Bitcoin Nordic. Lasse has an educational background in mechanical engineering from Technical University of Denmark and National University of Singapore. (Photo: Johanne Fick)
Silje talks about the common phenomenon of back pain: why some people develop chronic pain and disability while others don't, and what psychology has to do with it. Silje is a PhD. from Uni Health, Uni Research, Bergen & Harvard School of Public Health, Boston.
Mai-Li is the founder and CEO of the Swedish company Mutewatch AB. The Mutewatch is one of the few lifestyle products that has been accepted by premium stores such as Colette in Paris, Lane Craford in Hong Kong and NK in Stockholm even before the final product has launched. Nearly 10 000 pieces have been sold and Mai-Li was named one of the 101 Super Talents in Sweden in 2010 by Veckans Affärer. Hammargren holds an education from Stockholm School of Economics, and a double degree in international management from University of St Gallen and London School of Economics.
Nick shares with the audience his project - Historypin, which has been developed by We Are What We Do, in partnership with Google. Historypin is a way for millions of people to come together from across different generations, cultures and places, to share small glimpses of the past and to build up the huge story of human history through a well-known medium - picture.
In 2008, Louis Palmer made world history as the first man who has ever circumnavigated the world with a car powered by renewable energy. This tour showed: solutions against Global Warming are available, affordable and ready. With his powerful message, he reached more than 700 mil. people all over the world. In 2010, he took things further...
Doors open to registration & morning coffee
Door to Aula open
Section One. New Paradigm of Learning & Technology
Jean-Baptiste Huynh "The Only Way to Change School"
Tor Andreassen "Welcome to Academia 2.0"
Jerry Mintz "What is fundamentaly wrong with human learning"
TED Video 1
Kristian Djurhuus "Why Moonshots matter?"
Section Two. Bringing People Together
Lisa Cooper "Building a Business out of a Passion for Diversity"
Sverre Haugen "Talent Management and Networking"
TED Video 2
Mads Nordmo "How to Create and Maintain Movement"
Coffee Break & TESLA Showcase
Section Three. In Pursuit of a Dream.
Jean Fan "Taking a Year On, Not Off"
Peter Sheppard "New Music: Old Tools"
Max Gouchan "Challenges for Young Entrepreneurs"
Announcement of competition winners, closing statement
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