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The Austin Forum engages and informs the Austin community about the importance and impact of technology on society and stimulates discussions, collaborations, and partnerships on new technology opportunities.
The Austin Forum is designed to bring people together with diverse professions and points-of-view in order to increase the collaboration and the cross-fertilization of perspectives, experiences, and ideas. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions and engage with presenters. Immediately following each presentation, everyone has the opportunity to share ideas and explore collaborations, while enjoying light refreshments and drinks.
The Austin Forum is guided by a volunteer advisory board. The operations of the Forum are led by Jay Boisseau, Director, Vanessa Burnette, Managing Director, and Allison Warner, Operations Director, with the help of many awesome volunteers.
The coordinating organization of The Austin Forum is Vizias, an Austin based technology strategies & solutions company. Contact Vizias.
The Austin Forum was launched in September 2006. Since its inception, the series has featured distinguished speakers on topics ranging from the impact of digital media on advanced computing to the politics of climate change to furthering science and math education in the classroom. The Austin Forum was previously coordinated by the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) and was held on the J.J. Pickle Research Campus in North Austin and at the AT&T Conference Center at The University of Texas at Austin. In 2015, Vizias relaunched the speaker series in downtown Austin.
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