Albert Llovera

Stephen Dunne: The brain math

The brain is one of the most complex organs of the human body and has become one of the most studied by the scientific and medical world. Advances in their knowledge increase year after year and the birth of companies such as Neuroelectrics is a clear example of this. Stephen Dunne, director of the company specialized in the development of technological devices to stimulate and treat diseases related to the brain, will be one of the outstanding speakers of the IQS Tech Fest. Dunne will share with us what the revolutionary advances of his technology for brain health means.


Lynette Kucsma: From 3D printing to the plate

3D printing is revolutionizing the industry and has now come to transform haute cuisine with technologies like Lynette Kucsma, co-founder of Natural Machines. With her we will meet Foodini, the first 3D printer capable of printing and cooking all kinds of food, which is making its way into the world of restoration.

Neil Harbisson: The sound of colors

In 2004, the British Government recognized the first cyborg in the world for the first time legally. He is Neil Harbisson, an artist and cyborg who was born with achromatopsia, a congenital disease, that only allows to see in black and white. Harbisson arrives at IQS Tech Fest to break all the schemes and change our way of understanding the relationship of technology with humanity. With him we will discover his history and how he hears colors after designing and implementing an antenna in his brain. 

Alfons Cornella: The future that is coming

Technology is advancing by leaps and bounds and there are big changes that will revolutionize society and the economy. In the session "Beyond the Edge: the future that is coming", Alfons Cornella, CEO of Infonomia, will invite us to become the Jules Verne of the 21st century, uniting imagination with the deep knowledge of available technology. Together with Cornella we will analyze and imagine the transformations that are expected as a result of the technologies that are making their way.