Saturday, 23 May 2015

What’s on

The conference starts at 9 am (registration from 8 am in Palm Court with breakfast for the first 100 attendees) and concludes at 6 pm. It is followed by a drinks reception until 8:30 pm.

09:00:
Welcome and opening remarks
09:15:

Opening keynote: Unknown unknowns: assessing media futuresDr Brian Winston, University of Lincoln. Chair: Peter Day, BBC [Add to your calendar]

10:15:
Show and Tell
10:30:
Break
12:15:
Debate: What is the media for today?Andrew Keen, author of The Cult of the Amateur; Charlie Beckett, POLIS; Andrew Calcutt, University of East London. Chair: Claire Fox, Institute of Ideas [Add to your calendar]
13:15:
Show and Tell 2
13:30:
Brownbag lunch
15:00:
Track 1: Skills in the innovation process: Research, Design, Development – Ian Worley, Flow Interactive; David Lipkin, Method; Matt Biddulph, Dopplr. Chair: Andy Hobsbawm, Agency.com (Panorama Room) [Add to your calendar]
Track 2: Openness and innovation: Networks, Applications, Data and Design – Robert Cailliau; Mark Birbeck, webBackplane; Ian Forrester, BBC; Matt Webb, Schulze & Webb. Chair: Bill Thompson (Londesborough Room) [Add to your calendar]
Track 3: Open invitation: Provocations and Show and Tells – Chair: Ian Jindal (Palm Court, outside Londesborough Room) [Add to your calendar]
16:15:
Break
16:45:
Show and Tell 3
17:00:
Closing keynote: Models of innovation and developmentDr Norman Lewis, Wireless Grids Corporation, with response from Sean Phelan, Multimap and Professor Patrick Barwise, London Business School. Chair: Rory Cellan-Jones, BBC [Add to your calendar]
18:30–20:30:
Drinks reception and Mashed preview (West Hall)

This programme is subject to change. Changes will be noted in the conference news feed.