Engineers' Day 2022 networking event with Federal Councillor Guy Parmelin
"The networking event brings together all those involved and interested in the Engineers' Day."
The event focuses on the United Nations' 3rd Sustainable Development Goal: "Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages." Engineers from various disciplines make important contributions in the field of health and medicine and bring innovations to the market. Consider the construction of hospitals, medical technologies, or the production and distribution of vaccines: engineering plays an essential role.
Sonja Hasler, moderator and journalist
14.15 Optional guided tours (all booked)
14.45 Optional guided tours (all booked)
15.00 Welcome aperitif
15.30 Welcome speech by Daniel Löhr and Christian Vils, co-initiators of the Engineers' Day
15.35 Welcome speech by Carmen Walker Späh, Cantonal Government Councillor,
Head of the Department for Economic Affairs of the Canton of Zurich
15.40 Engineers for Switzerland Federal Councillor Guy Parmelin, Patron of the Engineers' Day
15.55 Artificial intelligence in healthcare Nicolas Durville, CEO Zühlke and patron of the Engineers' Day
16:05 Engineering - what are the challenges, where are we strong?
Perspective and discussion
David Mzee, quadriplegic, movement scientist, sports teacher, speaker, national wheelchair rugby player
Fabienne Hartmann-Fritsch, Chief Clinical Officer, Co-Founder CUTISS AG
Claudia Bossart, Head of Operations, Head of Department IV
& Member of the Executive Board of Limmattal Hospital
Daniel Freuler, Digital & Site Infrastructure Engineering F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG
16.45 Apéro Riche
The cost of the event is 150.- (plus VAT).
Active partners receive one free entry, donors and associations of the advisory board receive 5 free entries.
Registration closes on February 10th.
According to the announcement of the Federal Council of 16.2. the event will take place without a certificate or mask requirement.