Experience the 4th Industrial Revolution

The CUBE Tech Fair – 1st edition

10 – 12 May 2017, CityCube Berlin

Fireside Chat

We are delighted that Kai Diekmann will be joining world-renowned House of Cards star and tech activist Robin Wright on stage for a Fireside Chat on the use of conflict minerals in tech.

AGENDA

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ALL DAYS
ALL DAYS
MAY 10
MAY 11
MAY 12
ALL STAGES
MAIN STAGE
RED STAGE
GREEN STAGE
ALL STAGES
All Industries
Digital Health & Life Sciences
Infrastructure & Interconnectivity
Machinery & Manufacturing
All Industries
    May 10, Wednesday: Startup battlefield & exhibition opening1pm Doors Open
  • 14:00 - 19:00
    Main stage

    CUBE Challenge Startup Competition: Elimination Round

     

    Over 200 startups from our ecosystem will be pitching for our three-round CUBE Challenge. The pitches will take place in front of top corporate representatives, VCs and tech experts. The final round will be judged by Apple Co-Founder, Steve Wozniak.

    Digital Health & Life SciencesInfrastructure & InterconnectivityMachinery & Manufacturing
  • 14:00 - 18:00
    Mobility Arena

    Food & Mobility Summit + Workshop

    Helmut Ramsauer (SPINPARTNERS), Christiane Bausback (N+P Industrial Design GmbH) 
    Helmut Ramsauer (SPINPARTNERS)
    Christiane Bausback (N+P Industrial Design GmbH)

    Christiane Bausback from N+P Industrial Design and Helmut Ramsauer from SPINPARTNERS will introduce the visionary concept of “Food & Mobility as-a-Service“. During the creative workshop, participants will discuss in cross-industry teams how to solve the challenge of premium dining experiences in transit. We are expecting an exciting blend of global brands, SMEs and startups from industries including food, aviation, transport, automotive, retail and vending.

    By registration only. Please register by sending an email to hra@spin.partners.

    Digital Health & Life SciencesInfrastructure & InterconnectivityMachinery & Manufacturing
  • 14:00 - 14:20

    Grants4Tech Opening Keynote

    Dr. Oliver Brock (TU Berlin) 
    Dr. Oliver Brock (TU Berlin)

    Oliver Brock is the Alexander-von-Humboldt Professor of Robotics in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Technische Universität Berlin in Germany. He received his Diploma in Computer Science in 1993 from the Technische Universität Berlin and his Master’s and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University in 1994 and 2000, respectively. He also held post-doctoral positions at Rice University and Stanford University.

    Starting in 2002, he was an Assistant Professor and Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, before to moving back to the Technische Universität Berlin in 2009. The research of Brock’s lab, the Robotics and Biology Laboratory, focuses on autonomous mobile manipulation, interactive perception, grasping, manipulation, soft hands, interactive learning, motion generation, and the application of algorithms and concepts from robotics to computational problems in structural molecular biology. He is also the president of the Robotics: Science and Systems foundation.

    Digital Health & Life Sciences
  • 14:20 - 18:00

    Grants4Tech Robotic Competition

     

    Watch robots go head-to-head! 6 finalist teams will compete in the #1 Robotic Competition – Grants4Tech Robotic Challenge.

    With the Grants4Tech robotic challenge, Bayer aims to strengthen the bond between the Life sciences industry and academic robotic research communities and enthusiasts. Bayer aims for a complete new class of applications based on modern robotics.

    The task: sampling of powder for quality control from a drum of incoming raw materials is done hundreds of times a day at each of our multiple sites worldwide. Solving this challenge will have a disruptive impact to future operations and robotic applications.

    Digital Health & Life Sciences
  • 19:00 - 20:30

    International Welcome Reception & Connectors Networking

     

    Kick off the Tech Fair at our welcome reception! Mix, mingle and network amongst the many startups, corporate partners and attendees.

  • May 11, Thursday: Day 1 - Grand Opening
  • 09:00 - 10:00
    Main stage

    CUBE Tech Fair Opening Remarks by Governing Mayor of Berlin Michael Müller

    Michael Müller, Governing Mayor of Berlin 
    Michael Müller, Governing Mayor of Berlin

    Governing Mayor of Berlin Michael Müller will cut the red ribbon, signifying the start of CUBE’s inaugural Tech Fair. This will subsequently be followed by an exclusive tour.

    “The CUBE Tech Fair not only inspires with extraordinary innovations, but also attracts international startups, corporations and celebrities to our capital. I am very pleased to be opening this event and look forward to the projects of young founders from all over the world.” – Michael Müller.

  • 10:00 - 10:05
    Main stage

    CUBE Tech Fair Grand Opening

     

    Don’t miss the inaugural opening act of the CUBE Tech Fair! 

  • 10:15 - 10:50
    Main stage

    The use of conflict minerals in Tech with Robin Wright & Kai Diekmann

    Kai Diekmann, Robin Wright 
    Kai Diekmann
    Robin Wright

    World-renowned House of Cards’ Star and Tech Activist Robin Wright will speak about The use of conflict minerals in tech and is excited about this opportunity.

    “I am delighted to join the CUBE Tech Fair – a global ecosystem not afraid to raise awareness of humanitarian challenges that tech creates, all the while offering solutions to positively shape global innovation.” – Robin Wright. 

     

    Fireside Chat
  • 11:00 - 11:20
    Main stage

    The Future of Healthcare

    Kemal Malik, Board of Management of Bayer, responsible for Innovation 
    Kemal Malik, Board of Management of Bayer, responsible for Innovation

    The Future of Healthcare

    Kemal Malik is a member of the Board of Management of Bayer, responsible for Innovation. Bayer is one of the world’s leading Life Science companies with core competencies in the areas of healthcare and agriculture. Kemal Malik will be talking about the future of healthcare, the importance of open innovation and the link between Life Science related startups and Bayer. He will also be a jury member for the Life Science & Digital Health rounds of the CUBE Challenge.

    “At Bayer everything we do is about innovation but we realize that there is lot of innovation outside of Bayer. I found it a great chance to be part of the global CUBE ecosystem and to combine our expertise with the wealth of ideas emanating from bright minds from around the world. With the new perspectives of young startups we are able to develop new and disruptive technologies and shape the future of health care.” – Kemal Malik

    Digital Health & Life SciencesKeynote
  • 11:30 - 12:00
    Main stage

    Beyond Connected Cars – The Future of Urban Mobility

    Johann Jungwirth, CDO Volkswagen 
    Johann Jungwirth, CDO Volkswagen

    Beyond Connected Cars

    The Future of Mobility

    Come and listen Chief Digital Officer Johann Jungwirth as he discusses the future of urban mobility and what the car of the future will really look like.

    KeynoteMachinery & Manufacturing
  • 12:30 - 13:00
    Main stage

    Digital Europe Initiative – What Europe can learn from the US

    Benjamin Rohé (GTEC), Bernhard Mattes (American Chamber of Commerce in Germany), Martina Larkin (World Economic Forum Geneva) 
    Benjamin Rohé (GTEC)
    Bernhard Mattes (American Chamber of Commerce in Germany)
    Martina Larkin (World Economic Forum Geneva)

    How will political shifts and the state of the European economy actually affect digital ecosystems across Europe? Martina Larkin, Head of Europe and Eurasia for the World Economic Forum will discuss the main obstacles and opportunities on the road to a truly digital Europe with high-level representatives from the startup, corporate and governmental worlds.

    Panel
  • 12:30 - 12:50
    Red stage

    Between Make or Buy

    Marco Luschnat (Ministry Group) 
    Marco Luschnat (Ministry Group)

    How the “startup as a service” approach will change the way corporates invest in innovation.

    In 1999, Marco Luschnat founded Ministry of Media Mediaproductions & Consulting GmbH which today – under the name Ministry GmbH – is established as one of the best agencies with digital focus in Germany. Since 2013 Ministry is part of the “Ministry Group” which also includes AntTrail (social media), 6ft Rabbit (movie production and Digital Motion (digital analytics). In 2014 Ministry Group introduced the format of X-teams: cross-functional, self dependent and non-hierarchical units.

    Keynote
  • 12:45 - 13:25
    Green stage

    Cyber Security: Hackers’ Biggest Fears Revealed

    Wendy M. Grossman, Ilya Sachkov (Group-IB), Dennis Mitzner 
    Wendy M. Grossman
    Ilya Sachkov (Group-IB)
    Dennis Mitzner

    In the wake of persistent security attacks and hacks faced by both business and governments worldwide, cybersecurity remains a major issue despite constant improvement in the field. What are the new techniques used, how can they be used to efficiently fight crime both off- and online and what are the roles played by hackers and governments alike will be discussed in our panel.

    Infrastructure & InterconnectivityPanel
  • 13:05 - 13:25
    Main stage

    Making Space For Outer Space

    José Mariano López Urdiales (Zero 2 Infinity) 
    José Mariano López Urdiales (Zero 2 Infinity)

    Making Space For Outer Space: How simplifying access to space can solve our earthly problems.

    Sparked by his lifetime exposure to rockets, balloons and Space exploration projects in which his father was involved, Jose Mariano became an entrepreneur in 2009, when he founded Zero 2 Infinity. He set himself to change the way we go to Space. He’s convinced that frequent and low cost access to Space is around the corner. And it does not require new technologies, just using what exists in a different way. At Zero 2 Infinity, he’s developing Bloostar, a dedicated small satellite launcher to put satellites in Low Earth Orbit on demand; and Bloon, a pressurized pod to take human beings to the Edge of Space for leisure and science. What both projects have in common is that they use high-altitude balloons as a means of fighting gravity.

    Infrastructure & InterconnectivityKeynote
  • 13:30 - 13:50
    Main stage

    The Value of Digital Life Science

    Daniel Hartert, Bayer CIO & Executive Board of Bayer Business Services 
    Daniel Hartert, Bayer CIO & Executive Board of Bayer Business Services

    Daniel Hartert is CIO of Bayer and Chairman of the Executive Board of Bayer Business Services. Bayer is one of the world’s leading Life Science companies with core competencies in the areas of health care and agriculture. Daniel Hartert will be pointing out the relevance of digitization in these areas and the accompanying importance of cooperation with technology companies outside of Bayer.

    Digital Health & Life SciencesKeynote
  • 14:00 - 15:00
    Red stage

    CUBE Challenge Semifinals – Infrastructure & Interconnectivity

     

    The best international tech startups fight for a seat in the final! Pitches in this round will pertain to the category of Infrastructure & Interconnectivity.

    Infrastructure & Interconnectivity
  • 14:10 - 14:50
    Green stage

    High Flying Crop Science

    Martin Weber (INFARM), David Saad (Agro Innovation Lab), Damien Goldring (Consumer Physics Inc. ), Nigel Gifford OBE (OZONEERING), Jonathan Yoni Ofir (Get Leaf) 
    Martin Weber (INFARM)
    David Saad (Agro Innovation Lab)
    Damien Goldring (Consumer Physics Inc. )
    Nigel Gifford OBE (OZONEERING)
    Jonathan Yoni Ofir (Get Leaf)

    High Flying Crop Science: What drones, sensors and big data are bringing to AgTech.

    Increased population growth has resulted in the need to ramp up food production. Tech startups are creating a range of agricultural software, services and farming techniques aimed at bringing more data and efficiency to the sector.

    How efficient are these new techniques? Will they be happening in fields or in cities? Which technologies are yielding the best results and what can we expect moving forward? This will be discussed by our panel of international experts.

    Digital Health & Life SciencesPanel
  • 14:50 - 15:30
    Main stage

    The Internet of Things & The Next Fifty Years

    Nikolas Fleschhut (Vogel Business Media), Frederik Brantner (Magazino), Josef Brunner (Relayr.io ) 
    Nikolas Fleschhut (Vogel Business Media)
    Frederik Brantner (Magazino)
    Josef Brunner (Relayr.io )

    From chatbots who can read human emotions and robots performing life-saving surgeries, science-fiction scenarios have never seemed more likely to become reality. What are the most recent advances in robotics? How far are we really from achieving singularity? Our panel of experts will discuss all of the opportunities and challenges that lay ahead for the human race.

    Machinery & ManufacturingPanel
  • 15:00 - 16:00
    Green stage

    CUBE Challenge Semifinals – Machinery & Manufacturing

     

    The best international tech startups fight for a seat in the final! Pitches in this round will pertain to the category of Machinery & Manufacturing.

    Machinery & Manufacturing
  • 15:10 - 15:30
    Red stage

    Deep Tech Entrepreneurship – Lessons Learned

    Dr. Chahab Nastar (EIT Digital) 
    Dr. Chahab Nastar (EIT Digital)

    Dr. Chahab Nastar is the Chief Innovation Officer of EIT Digital. Before that, as Vice President of Advanced Development at SAP, he has been managing next-generation analytics software development at SAP. Previously, he was the cofounder and CEO of computer vision software maker LTU technologies, successfully acquired by Jastec Corporation, a listed company based in Tokyo. Chahab started his career as the head of a research group on image indexing at INRIA. He graduated from Ecole des Ponts ParisTech and is a former fellow of the MIT Media Lab.

    Keynote
  • 15:35 - 15:55
    Red stage

    Designed For Tomorrow

    Jeremy Tai Abbett (InsurTech.vc) 
    Jeremy Tai Abbett (InsurTech.vc)

    With great design comes great responsibility

    As software continues to take over the world and machines start to dictate the majority of our lives, interactions between people and machines are becoming ever more prevalent. The story as of now has been one of engineering; the engineer being the shaper of how we interact with machines. This is rapidly changing as the designer’s role is now elevated to go beyond the way a thing looks and feels, but more importantly, the way a a thing works.

    Keynote
  • 15:35 - 15:55
    Main stage

    Experience Industry 4.0

    Prof. Dr. Jefferson Gomes (Aeronautic Technological Institute) 
    Prof. Dr. Jefferson Gomes (Aeronautic Technological Institute)

    Since January 2004, Prof. Dr. Jefferson Gomes works as professor in the Division of Mechanical Engineering-Aeronautical of the Technological Institute of Aeronautics – ITA. He is also the Coordinator of the Competence Center in Manufacturing (CCM-ITA). He supervises researches from graduation (Master and Ph.D.) and undergraduation programs, as a researcher of CNPq Grant on Research Productivity. Jefferson has both industrial and academic experience in the field of Mechanical and Production Engineering, working mainly in the following subjects: performance analysis of manufacturing processes, performance analysis of organizational and technological plants, industrial decision-making support, sustainability in industrial manufacturing processes, and innovation management.

    Keynote
  • 16:00 - 16:40
    Main stage

    Coffee With Robots : Innovations in Human-Robot Interaction

    Yao Zhang (RoboTerra, Inc.), Jade Le Maître (Hease Robotics), Lisa Winter (Mattel), Samantha Payne (Open Bionics) 
    Yao Zhang (RoboTerra, Inc.)
    Jade Le Maître (Hease Robotics)
    Lisa Winter (Mattel)
    Samantha Payne (Open Bionics)

    They can help you at work, clean your house and wake up your children. As we move towards increasingly standardised human robot interactions what will this mean in regards to emotional impacts and social components? Our panel of robotics and automation experts will discuss the helpful and harmful effects of HRI in the long and short-term.

    Machinery & ManufacturingPanel
  • 16:00 - 17:00
    Red stage

    CUBE Challenge Semifinals – Digital Health & Life Sciences

     

    The best international tech startups fight for a seat in the final! Pitches in this round will pertain to the category of Digital Health & Life Sciences.

    Digital Health & Life Sciences
  • 16:20 - 17:00
    Green stage

    Digital Health – Fireside Chat

    Eugene Borukhovich, Global Head of Digital Health & Innovation, Bayer, Dr. Yoram Levanon (Beyond Verbal Communication) 
    Eugene Borukhovich, Global Head of Digital Health & Innovation, Bayer
    Dr. Yoram Levanon (Beyond Verbal Communication)

    The healthcare sector must find cost-effective ways to identify and monitor the causes of early stage diseases. Population growth and the dramatic shortage of medical doctors will all contribute to the continued rise in healthcare costs.

    Researchers at Beyond Verbal have developed tools which may be able to identify whether or not you are ill based on voice intonation alone. What could these findings mean for the future of healthcare? Our fireside chat will delve into outcomes of these possibilities.

    Digital Health & Life SciencesFireside Chat
  • 17:30 - 17:50
    Main stage

    “Go Big or Go Home” – How One Israeli Entrepreneur is Changing the Game

    Moshe Hogeg (Singulariteam) 
    Moshe Hogeg (Singulariteam)

    “Go Big or Go Home”

    How One Israeli Entrepreneur is Changing the Game

    Moshe Hogeg was chosen as one of Israel’s top movers and shakers by Forbes magazine. Singulariteam was selected as the most active VC in Israel in 2015 by IVC. The fund has raised $150M up to date. Moshe is also the Founder of Sirin Labs which launched Solarin, the world’s most high end and secure mobile phone. It opened boutique stores in Mayfair in London, Herods boutique store in London, and Cannes. Moshe is also known for being the founder of ‘Yo’.

    Keynote
  • 18:15 - 18:20
    Main stage

    CUBE Challenge Announcement – Finalists

     

    Its official! The jury members have made their decision. Come find out which startups will compete in front of Steve Wozniak at the CUBE Challenge finale.

    Digital Health & Life SciencesInfrastructure & InterconnectivityMachinery & Manufacturing
  • 19:00 - 22:30

    CUBE TECH FAIR PARTY

     

    Party like a Berliner! We’ve organized an exciting party so you can let loose after a long day of pitching and networking. Drinks, music and more! Come celebrate and dance the night away with some of the best people in the international tech scene.

  • May 12, Friday: Day 2 - Grand Finale
  • 10:00 - 10:05
    Main stage

    Welcome Note by Federal Minister of Economic Affairs and Energy Brigitte Zypries

    Brigitte Zypries, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy 
    Brigitte Zypries, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy

    The Federal Minister of Economic Affairs and Energy, Brigitte Zypries, will open the final day of the CUBE Tech Fair and will meet startups that bring innovative solutions for drones and air space.

  • 10:05 - 10:35
    Main stage

    Embracing Innovation – Germany in a Digital World

    Bernd Osterloh (Volkswagen Group), Dr. Bernhard Rohleder (BITKOM), Léa Steinacker (WirtschaftsWoche), Brigitte Zypries, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy 
    Bernd Osterloh (Volkswagen Group)
    Dr. Bernhard Rohleder (BITKOM)
    Léa Steinacker (WirtschaftsWoche)
    Brigitte Zypries, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy

    Embracing Innovation

    Germany in a Digital World

    Brigitte Zypries, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy, will talk about what the 4th industrial revolution means for Germany and possibilities for the German digital landscape.

    Panel
  • 10:35 - 10:55
    Main stage

    Great Blessing or Great Curse – Digitization & Happiness

    Dr. Florian Langenscheidt 
    Dr. Florian Langenscheidt

    Great Blessing or Great Curse

    Digitization & Happiness

    In a world where fast-growing technology is developed to solve problems and make life easier, why do we spend so much time worrying? The future belongs to the optimists! Author and philanthropist Florian Langenscheidt, writer of best-selling books such as “The Dictionary of Happiness”, and “Find Your Happiness: What really counts in life” will talk about finding happiness and purpose in a hyperconnected, ever-evolving world.

    Keynote
  • 11:00 - 11:20
    Main stage

    Digital Farming

    Tobias Menne, Global Head of Digital Farming, Bayer 
    Tobias Menne, Global Head of Digital Farming, Bayer

    Digital Farming

    Tobias Menne is the Global Head of Digital Farming at Bayer. Bayer is one of the world’s leading Life Science companies with core competencies in the areas of health care and agriculture. Tobias will talk about the digital future of agriculture and new ways for farmers and start-ups to collaborate.
    „At Bayer’s Digital Farming it is all about farmer’s needs and radically new ways to address them. We are actively collaborating with start-ups and young companies around the world to test new beta products, learn together and bring products to market. “

    Digital Health & Life SciencesKeynote
  • 11:20 - 11:45
    Main stage

    The Gravity Industries: ‘Daedalus Suit’ evolution.

    Richard Browning, The real-life Iron Man 
    Richard Browning, The real-life Iron Man

    All about daring to ask ‘what if’ and then relentlessly exploring, testing, learning, adapting, failing a lot, but leaving nothing on the table in the pursuit of an audacious vision.

    Richard is the Founder of human propulsion technology start up Gravity. Launched in March 2017 Gravity has invented, built and patented an ‘iron man like’ flight system. The dream was to reimagine an entirely new authentic form of human flight leaning on an elegant collaboration of mind and body augmented by leading edge technology. Gravity has to date been experienced by over a billion people globally with video views alone running at more than 60m within 7 days of launch. Richard’s vision is to build Gravity into a world class aeronautical engineering business, challenge perceived boundaries in human aviation, and inspire a generation to dare ask ‘what if…’.

    Keynote
  • 11:40 - 12:00
    Green stage

    Reinventing The Wheel

    Damien Declercq (Local Motors) 
    Damien Declercq (Local Motors)

    Reinventing The Wheel

    Innovations in mobility for the 21st Century – We are on the brink of a revolution in mobility! As more and more people gravitate to cities, urban transportation has become one of the most pressing challenges we have to solve within the next ten years. Damien Declerq, Executive Vice President of Local Motors, speaks on the challenges of urban mobility and his company’s innovative methods created to develop local forms of transportation: from 3D printing vehicles to self-driving shared buses.

    Infrastructure & InterconnectivityKeynote
  • 11:50 - 12:05
    Main stage

    Grants4Tech Award Announcement

    Hartmut Klusik, Board of Management, Bayer AG 
    Hartmut Klusik, Board of Management, Bayer AG

    Digital Health & Life Sciences
  • 12:05 - 12:25
    Main stage

    Coming Clean – Hydrogen cars in a self-driving world

    Dr. Dan Recht (Volute, Inc.) 
    Dr. Dan Recht (Volute, Inc.)

    Autonomous vehicles and alternative fuels are both poised to transform transportation. We’re used to thinking of the consequences of these two massive changes separately, but combining them raises a new set of big questions. Where should electric vehicle chargers go if garages and parking lots disappear? Will fuels or batteries make more sense if most vehicles are operated by fleets? How will the transport of goods be different from the transport of people? Volute Inc., stands in the center of this storm as they develop an advanced hydrogen storage system ideal for a new generation of zero-emission vehicles. Volute’s CEO, Dan Recht, will tackle these questions and share how they are building technology for a world in which transportation might look very different than it does today.

    KeynoteMachinery & Manufacturing
  • 12:10 - 12:50
    Red stage

    The Evolution of Intelligence – AI as it relates to the human experience

    Olivia Kluse (Microsoft), Martin Micko (SearchInk) 
    Olivia Kluse (Microsoft)
    Martin Micko (SearchInk)

    Olivia Klose is a Software Development Engineer in the Technical Evangelism & Development group at Microsoft. She is focussing on all analytics services on Microsoft Azure, in particular Hadoop (HDInsight), Spark and Machine Learning, and is a frequent speaker at German and international conferences, such as TechEd Europe, PASS Summit and Technical Summit.

    Martin Micko is an experienced manager with strong expertise in B2B and B2C sales and marketing – on both local and international level. His adaptability to work in a mulicultural environment is highly appreciated and also supported by the fact that he speaks four languages. He also understands how to translate technology into business value so that complex technical proposals turn into a business conversation.

    Fabian is CEO of Asgard – human Venture Capital for Artificial Intelligence. His passion lies in Artificial Intelligence and its impact on society.
    He has worked with, started and invested in over 35 companies such as Delivery Hero, Team Europe, Point Nine Capital, Soundbrenner, Accelerated Dynamics, Parlamind, Micropsi Industries or Wunsch-Brautkleid.de in the European digital ecosystem.

    Infrastructure & InterconnectivityPanel
  • 12:25 - 12:30
    Main stage

    Berlin – An important Crystallisation point for Industry 4.0

    Dr. Matthias von Bismarck-Osten (Investitionsbank Berlin) 
    Dr. Matthias von Bismarck-Osten (Investitionsbank Berlin)

    The digital economy is one of Berlin’s greatest success stories in the last decade and is bound to play a key role in the development of Industry 4.0 solutions. Today, around every 10th company in the German digital economy is being set up in Berlin and every 8th new “digital” job is created in Berlin.

    Keynote
  • 12:30 - 13:10
    Main stage

    Investor’s Tech Instinct – Where Future Value Lies in B2B Markets

    Alex von Frankenberg (High-Tech Gründerfonds), Gonzalo Martinez (Samsung Ventures), Dr. Katrin Leonhardt (KfW), Dr. Matthias von Bismarck-Osten (Investitionsbank Berlin) 
    Alex von Frankenberg (High-Tech Gründerfonds)
    Gonzalo Martinez (Samsung Ventures)
    Dr. Katrin Leonhardt (KfW)
    Dr. Matthias von Bismarck-Osten (Investitionsbank Berlin)

    Dr. Katrin Leonhardt, M.A., is Senior Vice President and head of KfW’s division Mittelstandsbank. In this function, Katrin Leonhardt is responsible for all SME financing of KfW in Germany (especially for start-ups, innovative SMEs, energy efficiency and renewable energy). She is also responsible for the team which invests into Venture Capital Funds. Before joining KfW in 2000, Katrin Leonhardt has worked for the Federal State of Saxony. Ms. Leonhardt holds two degrees in economics and a PhD in political sciences.

    Gonzalo Martinez is the Head of the Israel office for Samsung Ventures, office he established in 2014. He has been investing in the valley, Europe and Israel since 2011. Major deals include PrimeSense (Acquired by Apple), Corephotonics,  StoreDot, Replay Technologies (acquired by Intel), Cortica, EarlySense, Rounds, Aveni, Elastifile, Imagry, Scylla.

    Dr. Matthias von Bismarck-Osten, Authorised Representative of IBB is responsible for Strategy and Products, Development & Housing and Urban Development.

     

    Digital Health & Life SciencesInfrastructure & InterconnectivityMachinery & ManufacturingPanel
  • 12:45 - 13:05
    Red stage

    Open Source Impulse

    Prof. Dr. Christian Czychowski (Boehmert & Boehmert) 
    Prof. Dr. Christian Czychowski (Boehmert & Boehmert)

    Open Source Impulse

    Christian Czychowski focuses on information technology, patent, licensing, contract, copyright, and trademark law. His clients include worldwide technology companies, software companies, and leading industry associations. Christian Czychowski was a visiting lecturer at the Hasso-Plattner Institute for System Technology for many years. He has taught intellectual property law at the Faculty of Law at the University of Potsdam since 2006, and continues to teach in his capacity as honorary professor since 2014. He also gives regular lectures for the Deutsche Anwaltakademie as well as for the European Patent Office.

    Since autumn 2016, Christian Czychowski holds, together with attorney-at-law Dr. Anselm Brandi- Dohrn, one of the first online tutorials on IT law within a Massive Open Online Course of the Hasso-Plattner-Institute. Christian Czychowski is a member of the expert committee for copyright and publishing rights of the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (GRUR), and a member of the expert attorney committee on IT law of the Berlin Chamber of Lawyers. He is also a member of Licensing Executives Society (LES), the German Attorney Association, the German Association of Law and Informatics (DGRI), and the Open Innovation Platform “Innovationskraftwerk”.

  • 13:00 - 13:25
    Main stage

    Hahna Alexander in a Fireside Chat

    ​Hahna Alexander​ (SolePower) 
    ​Hahna Alexander​ (SolePower)

    Access to immediate and easy-to-use portable power is a constant problem across industries and in our daily lives. Hahna Alexander, CEO and founder of SolePower, connected workboots which transform footsteps into power and are currently being developped for the military, will be talking about the challenges of creating an “unplugged” new tech that can capture, generate, and store power as well as general trends in wearable technology. She will joined by one of our experts to discuss how SolePower came into existence and the technical challenges behind developing a continuous battery life that also provides location tracking, cloud access, and embedded sensing.

    Fireside ChatInfrastructure & InterconnectivityMachinery & Manufacturing
  • 13:15 - 13:35
    Main stage

    Born 4.0

    Lewis Horne (Uniti Sweden) 
    Lewis Horne (Uniti Sweden)

    Born 4.0

    Mature companies globally are experiencing a digital revolution, whilst others are being born directly into this evolving digital ecosystem. The company as a digital native, isn’t learning digitisation, it knows nothing else. In this world, virtual, robotic and human realms coexist seamlessly. Lewis Horne is the CEO of electric car startup Uniti Sweden, where a fully automated factory is being launched from a digital platform.

    Keynote
  • 13:20 - 13:30
    Green stage

    Impulse on Logistical Innovation

    Andreas Sujata (StreetScooter GmbH) 
    Andreas Sujata (StreetScooter GmbH)

    Andreas Sujata, Director Sales & Marketing R008 of StreetScooter GmbH has twenty years of experience in the development of sales structures including comprehensive personnel responsibilities development of operational structures and their implementation in multicultural environments / across cultures. He is the Digital Sales Expert and Leader for Digital Projects: i.e. “Corporate meets StartUp” or “Design Thinging”. He is a sales professional for new customer acquisition and team motivation and has more than 10 years C – Level Management experience and enable StartUp in EMEA.

  • 13:40 - 14:10
    Main stage

    Pitch Don’t Kill My Vibe – The Do’s and Don’ts of Pitching to the Media

    Jona Kallgren, Stewart Rogers (VB Insight), Ayelet Noff (Blonde 2.0) 
    Jona Kallgren
    Stewart Rogers (VB Insight)
    Ayelet Noff (Blonde 2.0)

    What are journalists looking for in a story and what’s the best way to pitch them? Ayelet Noff talks to Sam Shead of Business Insider, Stewart Rogers of VentureBeat, and Jona Kallgren of the Associated Press, to find out what they look for in a PR pitch and how startups can get their attention.

    Panel
  • 14:00 - 14:40
    Red stage

    Smart Home, Smart City, Smart Navigation

    Dave Mathews (NewAer), Mona Szyperski (FDM Group), Nicolas Zimmer (Technologiestiftung Berlin), Dr. Christian Bogatu (KIWI), Raul Krauthausen (Wheelmap) 
    Dave Mathews (NewAer)
    Mona Szyperski (FDM Group)
    Nicolas Zimmer (Technologiestiftung Berlin)
    Dr. Christian Bogatu (KIWI)
    Raul Krauthausen (Wheelmap)

    From driverless cars to military operations, precise mapping is a key component.  Our panel will discuss the recent improvements in indoor and outdoor mapping technologies and what it means for the navigation of humans and also machines.

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  • 14:10 - 14:50
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    Print Me Tender – Cross-industrial applications of 3D printing

    Prof. Dr. Jan Bernd Nordemann (BOEHMERT & BOEHMERT), Lynette Kucsma (Natural Machines), Stephan Kühr (3YOURMIND) 
    Prof. Dr. Jan Bernd Nordemann (BOEHMERT & BOEHMERT)
    Lynette Kucsma (Natural Machines)
    Stephan Kühr (3YOURMIND)

    From healthcare to architecture, 3D printing seems to now have applications in almost every sector of the industry. How efficient this technology really is and what it means for manufacturing in the next five years will be discussed by our panel.

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  • 14:10 - 14:30
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    Keynote by Patricia Florissi

    Patricia Florissi, Ph. D, VP, Global CTO for Sales & Distinguished Engineer, Dell EMC 
    Patricia Florissi, Ph. D, VP, Global CTO for Sales & Distinguished Engineer, Dell EMC

    Patricia Florissi is Vice President and Global Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Sales at Dell EMC. As Global CTO for Sales, Patricia helps define mid and long term technology strategy, representing the needs of the broader Dell EMC ecosystem in strategic initiatives. Patricia also acts as the liaison between Dell EMC and our customers and partners, to foster stronger alliances and deliver higher value.

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    Hacking & Creation of an Invention Capital Market – Pablos Holman

    Pablos Holman (Intellectual Ventures Laboratory) 
    Pablos Holman (Intellectual Ventures Laboratory)

    Pablos Holman is a futurist, inventor, and notorious hacker. He helped create the world’s smallest PC; 3D printers at Makerbot; & spaceships with Jeff Bezos. Currently, Pablos is working for Nathan Myhrvold & Bill Gates at the Intellectual Ventures Laboratory inventing solutions to the world’s biggest problems. Pablos is one of the most sought after speakers with an incredible ability to explain complex technology to any audience. He has informed and entertained audiences at world-renowned technology summits including the World Economic Forum at Davos. His TEDtalk has over 10 million views.

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    Steve Wozniak in a Fireside Chat on Global Innovation & Technology Trends

    Steve Wozniak (Apple Inc.) 
    Steve Wozniak (Apple Inc.)

    Steve Wozniak will appear in a fireside chat on global developments in technology, and will host an exclusive session for a handful of our selected startups. The Apple Co-Founder is looking forward to the event: “The CUBE Tech Fair is the opportunity for high tech startups around the world to showcase game-changing technologies to a global network of innovators. I’m thrilled to be a part of this.”

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    CUBE CHALLENGE FINALE

     

    Don’t miss the Tech Startup Showdown of the year and experience firsthand what startup comes out on top! Jury member Steve Wozniak decides who will win the CUBE Challenge.

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    CUBE Challenge Award Show

     

    Who will win the CUBE Challenge? See Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reveal the stellar startup with the winning pitch!

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Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Robin Wright

Award-winning actress

& Tech Activist 

Robin Wright is an award-winning actress and philanthropist who is carving an incredible, long-lasting mark in Hollywood. She can currently be seen in the highly acclaimed Netflix original series House of Cards, alongside Kevin Spacey, which is produced by David Fincher. Robin has received outstanding reviews for her portrayal as the formidable ‘Claire Underwood.’ She was nominated for a Golden Globe for the role in 2014, 2015 and 2016, taking home the award in 2014. Robin was nominated in two categories for the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series and Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series category. She also received Emmy nominations in 2013, 2014 and 2015 for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. The first three seasons of House of Cards are available exclusively on Netflix.

In 2014, Robin launched Pour Les Femmes, a socially conscious sleepwear line with clothing designer Karen Fowler. Pour Les Femmes partnered with Action Kivu and Synergie, two organizations dedicated to assisting in the assurance of safety for women in the Congo who are victims of violence.

Pablos Holman (Intellectual Ventures Laboratory)

Futurist, inventor and notorious hacker

Pablos is a futurist, inventor, and notorious hacker. He helped create the world’s smallest PC; 3D printers at Makerbot; & spaceships with Jeff Bezos. Currently, Pablos is working for Nathan Myhrvold & Bill Gates at the Intellectual Ventures Laboratory inventing solutions to the world’s biggest problems. Pablos is one of the most sought after speakers with an incredible ability to explain complex technology to any audience. He has informed and entertained audiences at world-renowned technology summits including the World Economic Forum at Davos. His TEDtalk has over 10 million views.

Steve Wozniak (Apple Inc.)

Co-Founder Apple // CUBE Challenge Grand Final Jury Member

A Silicon Valley icon and philanthropist for more than thirty years, Steve Wozniak has helped shape the computing industry with his design of Apple’s first line of products the Apple I and II and influenced the popular Macintosh. In 1976, Wozniak and Steve Jobs founded Apple Computer Inc. with Wozniak’s Apple I personal computer. The following year, he introduced his Apple II personal computer, featuring a central processing unit, a keyboard, color graphics, and a floppy disk drive. The Apple II was integral in launching the personal computer industry.

In 1981, he went back to UC Berkeley and finished his degree in electrical engineering/computer science. For his achievements at Apple, Wozniak was awarded the National Medal of Technology by the President of the United States in 1985, the highest honor bestowed on America’s leading innovators.

In 2000, he was inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame and was awarded the prestigious Heinz Award for Technology, The Economy and Employment for single- handedly designing the first personal computer and for then redirecting his lifelong passion for mathematics and electronics toward lighting the fires of excitement for education in grade school students and their teachers.

In 2014, he received the prestigious Hoover Medal, which is an American engineering prize for “outstanding extra-career services by engineers to humanity.” The prize is given jointly by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Through the years, Wozniak has been involved in various business and philanthropic ventures, focusing primarily on computer capabilities in schools and stressing hands-on learning and encouraging creativity for students.

Making significant investments of both his time and resources in education, he adopted the Los Gatos School District, providing students and teachers with hands-on teaching and donations of state-of-the- art technology equipment. He founded the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and was the founding sponsor of the Tech Museum, Silicon Valley Ballet and Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose.

Wozniak currently serves as Chief Scientist for Fusion-io and is a published author with the release of his New York Times best-selling autobiography, iWoz: From Computer Geek to Cult Icon, in September 2006 by Norton Publishing. His television appearances include reality shows Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, ABC’s Dancing with the Stars and The Big Bang Theory.

Brigitte Zypries, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy

Federal Minister

As Minister for Economics, it is of special importance for Brigitte Zypries to raise awareness within the German Mittelstand of the connected production in all value creation stages – known as Industry 4.0. This includes promoting various financial instruments and network opportunities offered by the BMWi. To this end, she is in continuous dialogues with representatives from economy, politics, civil society and social partners. In close alignment with these stakeholders, her work concentrates on advancing and shaping the framework for implementing the Digital Agenda. In addition, special attention lies on the support of startups as well as SMBs (small & medium-sized businesses). Here, she has a special interest in the IT-sector and air space technology.

Digital Health & Life Sciences

Nigel Gifford OBE (OZONEERING)

CP Eng. (Aero), Chairman & Founder

As a specialist in feeding in non-human environments and expedition feeding Nigel has been working to get Pouncer into the air and with the team in place, he will be working in the critical food technology area to ensure that the cargo is fit for purpose on arrival. As a family trained chef and lately the Army School of Catering, Nigel as extensive knowledge of cooking in remote and hostile environments. He wrote the present RGS catering manual and his advice is still sought for extreme expeditions. Later as a concept engineer and solutions architect, Nigel worked SAS Regiment and has also designed and built protective equipment housings for the RAF Tornado. In 1991 Nigel designed and manufactured a special camera platform for the first ever hot air balloon flight at 33,000ft over Mt Everest and as a result, he worked on Sir Richard Branson’s round the world balloon project advising on the small capsule’s internal ergonomic layout and the living routines for the crew alongside. Prior to Windhorse, he was Managing Director of the Ascenta™ – The high-altitude, long-endurance, unmanned aerial vehicle system acquired by Facebook in 2014 to provide internet access into the developing world.

Jonathan Yoni Ofir (Get Leaf)

CEO

Yoni Ofir is Co-Founder and CEO of LEAF, the plug-n-plant™ system that automatically grows medical plants and food from the comfort of your home. Yoni founded LEAF in 2015 after he decided to build a growing system for his own needs and encountered overwhelming consumer demand. In September 2015 LEAF was the first ever cannabis startup to participate in Techrunch Disrupt Battlefield. LEAF was named Product Hunt 2016 Hardware Product of the Year and was featured on VICELAND’s Weediquette. Prior to LEAF, Yoni served in the Israeli military for three years before founding Alcohoot (now Vertisense), a smartphone breathalyzer company that was backed by Techstars and acquired in 2014. Alcohoot was included on Entrepreneur’s 100 Brilliant Companies list and won several awards, including a Mashable Choice Award and a Red Dot Award for product design.

Dr. Chris Tackaberry (CliniThink)

CEO & Co-Founder

Dr Chris Tackaberry is co-founder and CEO of Clinithink, a leading AI company in healthcare. A former physician and computer scientist, Dr Tackaberry and his colleagues at Clinithink are creating value for the healthcare and life science ecosystems through novel and disruptive technologies which exploit rich unstructured data in clinical narrative. Since Clinithink’s inception in 2009, the company has undertaken ground breaking work with global healthcare organizations to leverage unstructured clinical data and help solve complex clinical and business problems.

Dr. Yoram Levanon (Beyond Verbal Communication)

CSO

Chief science officer (CSO ) of Beyond Verbal Communication Ltd., Israel (world leader of Emotions Analytics field and vocal biomarkers field ). With multiple degrees in Physics, Mathematics, Statistics and Operations research-Dr. Levanon has chosen multidisciplinary studies and implementations as his preferred career. Based on that approach and on his rich experience he creates the infrastructure of the Emotion Analytics field , where physical models of brain and voice and decision making (emotional and rational) models have been used by him in the development process from 1995 until now. During this process he has discovered (in addition to Emotions universal mapping through intonation) that specific voice features/distortions are biomarkers of several diseases and has validated these findings with leading institutes (CAD-with Mayo Clinic ,Autism-with Weitzman institute ,Neuro diseases with Hadassah Hospital ,and others ).

 

Infrastructure & Interconnectivity

José Mariano López Urdiales (Zero 2 Infinity)

CEO & Founder

Sparked by his lifetime exposure to rockets, balloons and Space Exploration projects in which his father was involved, Jose Mariano became an entrepreneur in 2009 when he founded Zero 2 Infinity. He set himself to change the way we go to Space. An MIT-grad, from Aero/Astro, he’s convinced that frequent and low cost access to Space is around the corner. And it does not require new technologies, just using what exists in a different way. This will enable constellations of microsatellites to better connect and protect the Earth. Even affordable Space Tourism is possible, as he proposed back in 2002. To prepare himself to start Zero 2 Infinity he worked at Boeing Phantom Works, the Boston Consulting Group and the European Space Agency. Surrounded by a group of talented youngsters and industry veterans, with Zero 2 Infinity, he’s proving there are no limits.

Martin Micko (SearchInk)

COO & Co-Founder

Martin Micko co-founded SearchInk in 2015 where Machine Intelligence algorithms are combined to disrupt the current business workflows and the way people work today.

Martin has always had an interest in how businesses can overcome critical challenges using breakthrough technologies. Along with 4 co-founders, he established SearchInk with the goal of empowering companies and employees by optimizing their administrative operations.

Prior to SearchInk, Martin held executive roles at IBM, Sony and Dell EMC building a strong expertise in B2B & B2C sales and marketing on both regional and international levels.

Josef Brunner (Relayr.io )

CEO & Founding Investor

Josef Brunner serves as relayr’s Chief Executive Officer. Josef has been instrumental in launching multiple IT and Cyber Security companies, like JouleX (2009) and Bastille Networks (2004). Before starting relayr, he completed his tenure with Cisco Systems, which began after the 2013 Cisco acquisition of JouleX, where he was Co-Founder and Chief Architect. Josef is also an active venture capitalist through his venture capital firm AFT Ventures.

Raul Krauthausen (Wheelmap)

Founder

Born in Peru with a zest for action, Raúl Krauthausen grew up in Berlin. He was a student at the Berlin University of Arts, went on to study Design Thinking, created a campaign for the Right Livelihood Award (Alternative Nobel Prize) and hosted a call-in radio show for people in crisis situations. Those conversations with his listeners, dealing with poverty, abuse and loneliness, made a lasting impression on him. In reaction to this experience, the idea to create the SOZIALHELDEN with a group of friends was born. The organisation, which is a social enterprise consisting of a group of extraordinary changemakers and creative activists, has reaped many prizes for its highly successful projects.

Examples of the SOZIALHELDEN’s sustainable and innovative projects are „Pfandtastisch helfen!“, which enables supermarket customers to donate bottle return receipts to social projects and „Deutschland sucht den SuperZivi“, a radio casting show with the aim of finding the ideal personal assistant.

At the moment Krauthausen is focussing on the development of Wheelmap.org and its community, as well as on the expansion of Leidmedien.de. This online platform and workshop series for journalists strives to bring about a more balanced and non-discriminatory portrayal of people with disabilities in the media.

In April 2013 Krauthausen was awarded the Cross of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany by the German President.

Machinery & Manufacturing

Jade Le Maître (Hease Robotics)

CTO & Co-founder

Co-founder and CTO of Hease Robotics (www.heaserobotics.com), Jade Le Maître has taken much initiative to be involved in the robotics community. With a background in engineering and having fully conducted a research project about human-robot interaction, Jade found her passion in working in the science communication sector. Throughout her journey of working in science and robotics for 5 years, Jade teamed up with Max Vallet – who became her co-founder and CEO of Hease Robotics. After creating their team, it took them just 4 months to build a high-quality working prototype of the first robot catered to the retail industry and customer services. At just the age of 29, Jade spearheads the technical side of the project: determining what the perfect technical options are, managing the team, all to deliver the dream robot in such a short period of time. Jade is also the founder of the unique worldwide directory of talented women working in robotics and affiliated industries @WomenInRobotics, has her own updated Twitter account @Aratta, publishes informative articles on LinkedIn and manages her tech-focused website.

Lisa Winter (Mattel)

Engineering Product Manager

A roboticist since childhood, Lisa has 20 years experience designing and building robots. She has competed in all U.S. Robot Wars and BattleBots competitions since 1996, including ABC’s BattleBots. Lisa was recently named one of the top 25 women in robotics you need to know about by Robohub. She has been inventing and rapid prototyping connected devices since the beginning of the IoT movement. Currently an Engineering Project Manager at Mattel, developing a smart wearable baby monitor. At night she builds robots, and dreams of ways to help animals and the environment.

Samantha Payne (Open Bionics)

Co-founder

Co-Founder of Open Bionics; an award-winning startup developing low-cost bionic hands that look and feel good, for amputees or those born without a hand. Now part of the Disney Accelerator, powered by Techstars! Samantha, recently named as one of the top 25 women in robotics you need to know about by Robohub and Marie Claire’s Top Women In Tech, co-founded Open Bionics with Joel Gibbard in 2014, and focuses on building Open Bionics’​ profile, business model, network, and raising rounds. Samantha and Joel pitched the company at the Finals of Intel’s Global ‘Make It Wearable’​ Challenge in 2014 and took home the $250,000 cash prize for 2nd Place from among over 400 entrants in the Challenge. The startup has also won multiple other awards for innovation, including being named one of the top 50 robotics businesses in the world alongside Google and Amazon. Samantha’s extensive business and leadership training has come from high profile mentors such as Philip Kongsgaard Døssing, Senior Concept Designer at Lego group, Pixar’s Ralph Guggenheim, former Apple marketer Guy Kawasaki, and she completed an intensive 3-month hands-on training program in Lean Startup principles with UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.

Damien Declercq (Local Motors)

EVP EMEA

With a background in mechanical and production engineering, and a master in management, Damien has stated his career in the battery and automotive after market. Before joining Local Motors, Damien was working on putting enthusiastic eco-friendly cars on the European roads through the use of co-creation and partnership with OEMs. Damien joined Local Motors in 2011 to serve as the Program Manager for the XC2V, a military vehicle developed for DARPA in 5 month. He then led the Business Development of Local Motors, developing the outsourced innovation business line, strategic partnerships as well as the co-creation mission. In 2014, Damien moved back to Europe to lead the setup and growth of the network of Microfactories and vehicles portfolio for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. After engaging the local mobility stakeholders, in the Urban Mobility Challenge: Berlin 2030, and validating the demand, Damien has led the European team in the development of a self driving Shuttle named Olli and the associated Self Driving Vehicle Fleet System offering.

 

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