2nd FPO International Workshop

The Future Potentials Observatory (FPO) is pleased to invite you to its 2nd International (hybrid) Workshop dedicated to obtain an overview of its research directions in the fields of Future Potentials, Geopolitical Frontiers, Innovation and Design Horizons and Digital Futures in an East-West context.


I. Welcome by Zoltán Oszkár Szántó 

II. Future Potentials, chaired by Gábor Pörzse 
13.05-13.15: Gyula Bakacsi – Zoltán Krajcsák, Future Potential Organizations: Levels and Models 
13.15-13.25: Petra Aczél – Pál Bóday – Zoltán Oszkár Szántó, The Potential of the Future Potentials Index  
13.25-13.30:  Q & A 

III. Geopolitical Frontiers, chaired by Esztella Varga 
13.30 - 13.40: Kristian Lau Nielsen , East-West Competition and the International Order 
13.40 - 13.50: Amira Mouakher – Nuno Morgado, Geopolitical Analysis through Artificial Intelligence? 
13.50 - 13. 55:  Q & A 

IV. Innovation and Design Horizons, chaired by Gyula Bakacsi 
13.55 -14.05: Ákos Schneider, Design and Speculation 
14.05 -14.15: Gábor Pörzse – Zoltán Csedő – Máté Zavarkó – Zoltán Sára , Innovation and Design Horizons Map 
14.15 -14.20:  Q & A 

V. Digital Futures, chaired by Zoltán Oszkár Szántó 
14.20 - 14. 30: Péter Kiss-Tóth, Project Concept  
14.30 - 14.40: Balázs Nagy , EIS, DESI 2023 HU Reports 
14.40 - 14.45:  Q & A 
14.45 -15.00:  Coffee Break 

VI. Advisory Board meeting, chaired by Péter Szabadhegy 
15.00 – 16.00:  meeting 
16.00 - 16.40:  Reception 

To register, please indicate your intention to participate at the email address fpo@future.potentials.hu .

13:00 - 16:45

Event information

Organizer: Future Potentials Observatory (FPO)
Date: 28th September (Thursday) 2023. 1 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Venue: MOME MASTER, M_019

Registration: fpo@future.potentials.hu

This event will be held in English.

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