By: igor Category: General Early Bird Tickets Sale comes to an end Did you enjoy sliding into the New Year? We had a great break. After month of hard work on the conference, the team needed a bit time off. But we are back and working in full force on the conference again. Tickets are selling fast right and it seems as we are going to be a very international bunch of people at the conference weekend. Especially Londoners seem to dig what we are cooking up, but we also sold tickets to South Africa, Canada, Denmark, USA, Hungary and a few other countries. That’s very exciting. If you haven’t grabbed your ticket yet, go grab it now! The Early Bird tickets are available till next Tuesday and only 60 are left. After that the price for the ticket will go up to 99 Euros. We are still talking to all kind of interesting people to be involved in CoCities. As already announced on Twitter, we are very happy that Dannie Jost will be a speaker at the conference. Dannie is science advisor and senior research fellow at the World Trade Institute (WTI), she also works for the NCCR Trade Regulation and the law faculty at the University of Bern. She works in policy and regulation issues where science, technology and trade are involved in close collaboration with trade lawyers and other experts in regulatory affairs. Over the years she has developed an insatiable curiosity for the developments in digital communication technologies and in particular the issue of knowledge ownership. She is also working a book project that centers around the relationship between humans and technology. For more details see the author’s page in Quantum Symbionts « Previous Next » Sponsored by Media Partners Brought to you by: , , Martin Spindler, Fabian Mürmann, Markus Reuter & Axel Quack The Cognitive Cities Conference is organized on a non-profit basis.