PRE-SHOW & AFTER HOURS
After Hours with the Editors
Join us for a virtual drink and listen in as our editors debate key issues in technology.
*October 22 open to All-Access ticket holders only
Not based in North America? Not a problem. Watch the content at your convenience and join our off-hours group discussions as we talk about the previous day’s sessions and what’s coming up on the agenda.
- Asia Pacific Meetup
- Europe Meetup
Daily Sneak Peek
Get a behind-the-scenes preview of the day's sessions and speakers and tips to maximize your EmTech MIT experience.
1:1 Private Meetings
Connect with other attendees through private meetings during the event.
Preview Day: Preparing for the Week Ahead
Log in on Monday, October 19 to orient yourself with the virtual platform, learn about the 2020 Innovators Under 35, and join a Collaboration Cohort to share insights and ideas throughout the event.
Real-time help with any issues you may have navigating our online environment.
MIT INSIDE TRACK
Meet the Researcher: MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab
Chat with researchers inside MIT’s world-class research lab and learn about their latest projects.
- Sprayable Interfaces
- Distributed Robotics
Inside the Lab
Get a behind-the-scenes look into some of MIT’s most innovative labs and join a Q&A session with the researchers that run them. Featuring the MIT Nuclear Reactor Lab, the Broad Institute, and MIT.nano.
- MIT Nuclear Reactor Laboratory, led by Kieran Dolan
- Broad Institute Covid Testing Facility, led by Stacey Gabriel
- MIT.nano Lab, led by Vladimir Bulović
Explainer sessions led by MIT experts to help you better understand the technologies being explored on the main stage. Includes artificial intelligence, biomedicine, and cloud computing.
*Open to All-Access ticket holders only
- Artificial Intelligence, led by David Martinez
- Climate, led by Kerry Emanuel
- 5G and Cloud Computing, led by Muriel Medard
Innovators’ Think Tanks
Tune in as we challenge our Innovators Under 35 to brainstorm solutions to some of the world’s biggest problems. Discussions led by award-winning science fiction futurists.
- Climate and Energy, led by Karl Schroeder
- Artificial Intelligence, led by Alma Katsu
- Biotechnology, led by David Brin
Connect with like-minded attendees and take advantage of our networking tools and private meeting rooms to share thoughts and ideas throughout the event.
- Available at your convenience