There is a list of the previous and forthcoming big technological conferences this year that might spark your interest:
Campus Party Europe (London)
From September 2 – 7, the Campus Party Europe will hold its 500-hour event at the O2 Arena in London. The activities include talks, game competitions, workshops and the first ever digital skills marketplace. Eight stages will be scattered around the arena featuring different professionals who will talk about robotics, astronomy, e-commerce, education 2.0, social media, arts, e-health and more.
TNW Latin America Conference (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
The Next Web (TNW) Conference is a perfect hive for budding entrepreneurs who want to learn the tricks on starting their own projects or integrating digital solutions for their businesses. Keynote speakers will be there to discuss ideas on improving your startup models, the latest trends in mobile technology and online advertising campaigns.
Eurogamer Expo (East London, UK)
Happening on September 28 to 29 at the Shoreditch Town Hall in East London, the Eurogamer Expo will feature a wide array of consoles from the retro to the new models including the most popular titles and indie games that haven’t been released yet on the market.
IBM Technology Conference & Expo 2013 (Jakarta)
This event happened on May 14 at the The Ritz-Carlton in Jakarta. Jakarta Deputy Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama revealed his plans of working with IBM to recreate the New Jakarta as a smart city. In a news report, Basuki dreams to set up fiber optic to the local level, making it easier for citizens to take care of paperwork and administrative licensing online.
Electronic Entertainment Expo (Los Angeles, US)
One of the most popular electronics event globally is the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) that happened on June 11-13 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. During this much-awaited conference, we witnessed the unveiling of the two biggest upcoming consoles – Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s Playstation 4. New gaming gadgets were also launched such as the Wii U, Disney Infinity and the gaming laptop Razer Blade.