Brazil

raised to its ultimate power

We are living in an age of exchange, innovation and exponentiality. Now is the time to make Brazil an even more abundant country. At the second edition of #SUBRsummit, we’ll be side by side with the world’s brightest minds to rediscover the power of exponential technologies.

Which topics will be addressed?

Get ready to live new experiences in a totally revamped 360° event, with 4 thematic arenas of powerful content, positivity and abundance.

speakers

Pascal

Finette

Singularity University’s Chair for
Entrepreneurship & Open Innovation,
and co-founder of radical Ventures

His work focuses on the intersection of technology, global impact, and culture; inspiring, educating and empowering entrepreneurs, corporate irritants and change makers to tackle the most intractable problems of our time.

He has spent his career pushing the boundaries of technology and passionately believes it can profoundly impact the betterment of humankind. He got started on the net before there was a web browser, founded a series of technology startups, led eBay’s Platform Solutions Group in Europe, launched a consulting firm helping entrepreneurs with their strategy & operations, and invested into early-stage tech startups. Pascal led Mozilla’s Open Innovation Lab, created Mozilla’s accelerator program WebFWD, and headed up Mozilla’s Office of the Chair.

As Principal at Google.org, he invested into social impact organizations around the globe. Further, he founded the nonprofit organizations Mentor for Good and The Coaching Fellowship; the “GyShiDo” (Get Your S%#& Done) movement and publishes the opinionated newsletter, “The Heretic”, which is read by tens of thousands of change-makers globally. He’s the author of the published book “The Heretic – Daily Therapeutics for Entrepreneurs”.

Pascal frequently speaks and writes about the magic and potential which happens at the intersection of technology, culture & global impact. He is also a trained Co-Active executive coach working with clients on achieving their full leadership potential. Most of all – Pascal loves to work with changemakers who want to, and can, make things better.

Tiffany

Vora

Faculty Director and Vice Chair of Medicine and Digital Biology of Singularity University

Dr. Tiffany Vora is an educator, writer, research scientist, and entrepreneur who is excited to bring her diversity of experience to Singularity University as Faculty Director and Vice Chair of Medicine and Digital Biology.

After earning undergraduate degrees in Biology and Chemistry at New York University, Tiffany worked on cutting-edge drug-discovery technologies at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Her PhD research in the Department of Molecular Biology at Princeton University, which was funded through NASA, brought her into the emerging fields of genomics, systems biology, and computational biology. It was during this time that Tiffany developed an interest in the cultural shifts that accompany new technologies and new ways of thinking. She translated this interest into a global perspective by joining the American University of Cairo as a Visiting Assistant Professor, where she spearheaded curriculum development for core classes in scientific thinking as well as computational biology classes for non-programmers.

Upon her return to the United States, Tiffany founded Bayana Science, an editing, writing, and consulting company dedicated to excellence in science communication. Tiffany also served as an instructor for the Department of Bioengineering at Stanford University. She has contributed to literally thousands of grant proposals, research articles, presentations, textbooks, and other works spanning medicine, computer science, applied physics, chemistry, nanotechnology, and the life sciences; her biology expertise encompasses fields as diverse as the microbiome, ancient molecules, biophysics, environmental monitoring, tissue engineering, biohacking, and the quantitative analysis of large biological datasets.

Taddy

Blecher

CEO of the Maharishi Institute

Dr Taddy Blecher is CEO of the Maharishi Institute and the Imvula Empowerment Trust, CEO of the Community and Individual Development Association; and former Chairperson of the SA National Government task team on Entrepreneurship, Education, & Job Creation.

He is a pioneer of the free tertiary education movement in South Africa, helping create six free access institutions of higher learning. Dr Blecher co-founded the Branson School of Entrepreneurship with Sir Richard Branson, and has raised over R500 million in cash, property and equity to support free access to post-secondary school education.

As a result, over 17,050 unemployed South Africans have been educated, found employment and moved from poverty to the middle-class. These formerly unemployed youth now have combined salaries in excess of R1 Billion Rand p.a. and expected life-time earnings of R27.2 billion. Over 600,000 young South Africans in schools have been reached with one-week education and life-skills training courses.

Jason

Silva

Jason Silva is the Emmy-nominated host of National Geographic Channel’s #1 rated and Emmy-nominated series, Brain Games, seen in over 100 countries.

He will next be seen as the host of the eight-part National Geographic series, Origins: The Journey of Humankind, premiering March 2017.

“A Timothy Leary of the Viral Video Age” was how The Atlantic described television personality, filmmaker and philosopher Silva, who has also been described as “part Timothy Leary, part Ray Kurzweil, and part Neo from ‘The Matrix.’”

A self-professed wonderjunkie, Silva is the creator of the web series “Shots of Awe,” micro-documentaries exploring creativity, innovation, disruptive technology, futurism, metaphysics, existentialism and the human condition. In short: Philosophy, Science and Art for the YouTube generation. The videos, which “play like movie trailers for ideas,” according to The Atlantic, have spread like wildfire across the internet and have been viewed more than 13 million times. Influencers such as Ron Howard, Richard Branson, Leo Dicaprio, Tribeca Films Co-founder Jane Rosenthal, actor Mark Ruffalo, NASA, and many others have tweeted Jason’s videos.

Jason also created the web series “Future of Us” for AOL, exploring exponential technology and the future of humanity. The Imaginary Foundation wrote of Silva, “like some kind of Ontological DJ, he recompiles the source code of western philosophy by mixing and mashing it up into a form of recombinant creativity, which elevates understanding from the dry and prosaic, to a sensual cognitive romance.”

Others have described Silva as “a modern performance philosopher, a Digital DJ, a re- vitalizer and remixer of optimism, and above all, a curator: of ideas, of inspiration, and of awe...like a trumpet player or modern-day digital Mingus, he jams, riffs and rhapsodizes through a tumbling thicket of ideas with such a sharp and vital alacrity that it can take the breath away.”

An active and prolific global speaker, Jason has spoken at TEDGlobal, Google’s Zeitgeist Conference, keynoted multiple events for Microsoft, IBM, Adobe, Oracle, Electronic Arts, Honeywell, PEPSICO, Intel, Dolby and many more, all over the world.

He was also keynoted at the Tribeca Film Festival, The Sydney Opera house, The Economist Ideas Festival, The DLD Conference, The Singularity Summit, the PSFK Conference, Mexico’s Ciudad De Las Ideas, Seattle’s Interactive Conference, Chicago Ideas Week, the main stage at SXSW Interactive and the MainStage at CANNES LIONS festival of Creativity.

From 2005 to 2011, Venezuela-born Silva was a presenter on Current TV, the Emmy- winning, independent cable network started by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, where he hosted, wrote and produced more than 100 hours of original content. He left the network to become, according to The Atlantic, “a part-time filmmaker and full-time walking, talking TEDTalk.”

David

Hunt

Former corporate banker
David Hunt, his brother
Ross and Robin Johnston
co-founded Cainthus, a
company dedicated to
digitizing agricultural
practices.

With a rich family history in agriculture, Hunt has long been fascinated by the opportunities presented to the industry by exploiting emerging technology.

Since its founding two short years ago, Cainthus has been through several finance rounds and is now commercializing its computer vision based dairy and crop products.

Hunt has provided consultancy for the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the United States Department of Energy on sustainable agriculture and the European Union Agriculture and Rural Development Cabinet on agricultural legislation and entrepreneurship.

Hunt sits on the Exponential Advisory Board of Singularity University in Silicon Valley, California, USA. Singularity University was founded by Peter Diamandis and Ray Kurzweil to educate people about the impact that exponentially improving technologies can have on the world.

Jeffrey

Rogers

Facilitator, speaker
and program designer

Jeffrey Rogers is a facilitator, speaker, and program designer who creates interactive educational experiences driven by storytelling, engagement, and play.

He’s an academically trained social scientist (UC Berkeley, University of Texas-Austin) with a knack for future-thinking and a deep belief in the transformative potential of exponential technologies as tools to de-risk experimentation, accelerate learning, and create change.

Jeffrey speaks frequently across the US and abroad on exponential thinking and leads workshops on creative problem solving and storytelling. He’s connected dots, ideas, and people as a moderator recently for the SU Executive Program and Exponential Tech and Strategy programs for Oracle, Google, Roche, NBC, Aegon and other global brands.

Prior to joining SU, Jeffrey spent a decade building learning and development solutions across sectors and designing and delivering award-winning educational and training programs. He currently serves as Singularity University’s Director of Faculty & Facilitator Development, working closely with our faculty to discover their unique strengths as communicators and teachers and to co-create rave-worthy, learner-centered experiences at SU and on the web worldwide.

Joana D’Arc

Félix de Sousa

A native of Franca (São Paulo, Brazil), she graduated in Chemistry, holds a Master’s and a PhD from the State University of Campinas (unicamp) and earned a postdoctoral degree from Harvard University.

She is an expert on sustainable the leather production processes at the National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology (inmetro) and a pedagogical coordinator at the State Technical School Professor Carmelino Correa Junior (of the Paula Souza Center), where she teaches technical courses on tanning, biotechnology and the environment.

She also coordinates and develops research projects in the area of solid waste, mainly on recycling residues from the leather and footwear industries for use in new products – e.g., skin grafts for transplants and pharmacological tests; bone cement for bone remodeling, reconstitution and transplant; antimicrobial footwear to combat and prevent foot diseases; sustainable organomineral fertilizers; green cement and ecological biodiesel. Joana D’Arc Félix has registered 15 national and international patents.

By including secondary school students, ages 14 to 20, in the scientific initiation activities of research projects, she has managed to reduce school dropout rates at the Carmelino Correa Junior School, and has transformed the lives of these mostly low-income youngsters with no prospects in life, who are among the most vulnerable groups of society.

For her distinguished academic activities, she has received 104 awards and honors, including the 2014 Kurt Politzer Technology Award (as Researcher of the Year) of the Brazilian Chemical Industry Association (abiquim); the 2018 Faz Diferença Award (as Personality of the Year) of O Globo newspaper; an honorary professorship granted by the Institute of Education, Science and Technology of the state of Maranhão in 2018; the 2018 Theodosina Ribeiro Medal of the São Paulo Legislative Assembly; the 2018 Yes to Racial Equality Award (in the Inspiration Category) of the Brazilian Institute of Identities (ID_BR); the 2017 Genius of the State University of New York, Oswego Campus; the CRQ-IV Award in 2017, 2015 and 2014 of the 4th Region Chemistry Council; the 2014 Scientific Recognition Award of the “Human Skin for Transplants and Pharmacological Tests Project” of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) at the INTEL ISEF in Los Angeles; the title of Outstanding Teacher at the 2013 Mostra Paulista; the 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013 Awards of the Brazilian Science and Engineering Exhibition (febrace); the 2014 and 2015 Awards of the International Science and Technology Exhibition (mostratec) in Novo Hamburgo; the 2017, 2014 and 2013 Awards at Mostra Paulista (mop) in São Paulo; the 2008 Couromoda Product Innovation Award for good socio-environmental practices in the leather and footwear industries; and Motions of Applause and Congratulations from tge City Council of Franca in 2018, 2017, 2014, 2013 and 2002.

Murilo

Gun

He was one of Brazil’s internet pioneers.

His personal website won two iBest awards, he has published two books on the internet and was an entrepreneur for 10 years. He graduated in Business Administration and earned an MBA in Management, but decided to leave the business world and become a comedian.

With his solo show, he has traveled all over Brazil and eventually landed up on Netflix. On television, he has worked as a host at Comedy Central, SBT and Multishow.

In 2014, he was selected among 80 entrepreneurs from around the world to live for 10 weeks in NASA’s Research Park in Silicon Valley, studying disruptive innovations at Singularity University.

In 2015, he founded the Keep Learning School, a startup of online courses in creativity that has already educated more than 10,000 students.

Nathana

O’Brien Sharma

Faculty at Singularity University

Nathana O’Brien Sharma is Faculty at Singularity University, where she writes and speaks for international audiences on the future of technology, law and business.

Nathana is policy lead and corporate counsel at Mobilecoin, Inc. a security focused blockchain based payments company. Nathana is General Counsel at Labelbox, one of the most exciting artificial intelligence startups in Silicon Valley today. She advises companies and governments on the application of blockchain technology and artificial intelligence.

Nathana worked as an Intellectual Property Associate at Gunderson Dettmer, a leading emerging company and venture capital law firm. While at Gunderson Dettmer, Nathana helped a range of technology companies on data privacy and cyber security strategy. She has also worked at the Israeli Supreme Court and the Center for Creative Technologies.

Nathana is a JD/MBA graduate of Yale Law School and the Yale School of Management, as well as Singularity University’s 2012 Graduate Studies Program.

Alessandra

Zonari

Alessandra Zonari is co-founder and CSO of OneSkin Technologies.

She graduated in Biological Sciences from PUC-Minas, and earned a Master’s degree and a doctorate in Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine from UFMG.

Her doctoral thesis on skin regeneration received the UFMG Thesis Award in 2014. Part of her doctoral and postdoctoral degrees were earned at the 3Bs Research Group, home to the European Institute of Excellence for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine in Portugal. She later obtained a second postdoctoral degree from the University of Coimbra, Portugal.

She has published dozens of scientific articles in high-impact international journals and has filed for two patents in the United States. Zonari has presented her work at the leading scientific congresses of her field in Brazil, Portugal, Austria, Turkey, Canada, United States and other countries.

In 2015, she co-founded her first biotechnology startup, Vetherapy, a Portuguese company that offers stem cell therapies to treat animal diseases. In 2017, she moved to San Francisco and joined the team of UFMG and SUP colleagues as co-founder and CSO of OneSkin, a longevity company focused on human rejuvenation. Both companies were selected for, and took part in, the largest acceleration program for biotechnology startups, IndieBio.

Currently at OneSkin, her main goal is to continue translating her scientific knowledge into innovative technologies for the rejuvenation of skin and, eventually, of the entire body, making it possible for people to age healthier.

Luiz

Calado

Calado is an entrepreneur with a postdoctoral degree from the University of California at Berkeley, as well as an angel investor, advisor and retired developer.

He is addicted to finance, technology, science, blockchain, bitcoin, payments and exponential thinking, and was board member and appraiser at Startup Brazil.

Calado is president of Abcripto (Brazilian Association of Cryptoeconomics) and an economist with a degree from the University of São Paulo. He has published numerous books and articles in the fields of finance and international economics.

In Brazil, he is known for his bestsellers – Imóveis (Saraiva), Fundos de investimento (Campus) and 7 passos do relacionamento bancário (Saraiva) – and for his uncomplicated financial teachings for small investors and businesspeople. He has lectured widely abroad and published a large number of article extensively quoted in academia.

He has recently become involved in international projects with the governments of Brazil, United Kingdom, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Mexico and the European Union, as well as major Brazilian organizations, including CNI, SEBRAE, CVM, BNDES, ANBIMA, FEBRABAN, CETIP, BMFBOVESPA, ABRAPP, SINDAPP and ICSS, among others.

Lincoln

Ando

In 2018, Lincoln Ando, 27, made both MIT’s list of “best under-35 innovators” and Forbes’ list of “best under-30 entrepreneurs”. He began programming when he was 13, graduated in Computing from UNICAMP, specialized in Computer Security and earned an Executive MBA from Harvard.

He is the founder and CEO of idwall, a high-tech regulation compliance firm (regtech) that has been acknowledged domestically and internationally as the leading player in the security and antifraud industries.

Onicio B. Leal

Neto

Onício Neto is a biomedical doctor, epidemiologist, scientist, public health expert and social entrepreneur with a Master’s degree and a doctorate in Public Health.

He is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Child Well-Being & Development of the University of Zurich, and a research consultant at UNICEF Malawi, where he leads projects involving the application of wearables, drones and machine learning to child development.

He founded the Center for Strategic Information on Health Surveillance, in Recife, which is now a world benchmark in Digital Disease Detection.

Onício has worked in Epidemiological Intelligence Services for local, state and federal governments, and helped to develop the preparedness and response stages of risk- monitoring health strategies during the 2013 Confederations Cup and 2014 World Cup. He was a consultant to the Pan American Health Organization and implemented digital disease detection for the Ministry of Health in 2014. He co-founded Epitrack, where he serves as executive director and leads projects in Brazil, United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Switzerland.

He is one of the ambassadors of Singularity University in Brazil, leading the SingularityU Recife Chapter. He was named one of Brazil’s most brilliant entrepreneurs by Pequenas Empresas Grandes Negócios magazine in 2016, received the PEGN/INSPER Successful Entrepreneur Award in 2017 and won the 2017 M-Government Award in the category of best governmental health application (Dubai).

In the last five years, he published dozens of scientific papers in prestigious journals in Brazil and abroad. He has organized lectures at major and important institutions, including TEDxRecife, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Braskem, Pernod Ricard, Wired Festival, LIKA-UFPE, EXPO EPI, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Basel), Kantosspital St. Gallen (Switzerland), Medicine 2.0 (United Kingdom), International Society for Disease Surveillance (Philadelphia), Brazilian Congress of Creativity (Expo CRIARH), Congress of the Brazilian Society of Tropical Medicine, Albert Einstein Hospital (São Paulo), Children’s Hospital (Brasília), Butantan Institute, UNICEF Malawi, Epicrowd, and Epihack, among others.

Glaucia

Costa

Glaucia Costa is Deloitte’s Consultancy Director for Innovation and Digital Transformation in areas where engineering plays an important role, such as construction, mining, energy, oil and gas.

A civil engineer from ufmg, Costa earned a Master’s degree in Production Engineering and Innovation from ufrj, an mba from coppead-ufrj and the University of San Diego, and a PhD in Open Innovation Strategies for Multinationals from COPPEAD- UFRJ.

She is a SGS-certified Black Belt Master in corporate innovation, a professor of Strategic Models in the Digital Age at Dom Cabral Foundation, a member of the National Reference Center for Innovation of the same institution, a consultant to and evaluator of numerous infrastructure startups, and head of missions to connect Brazilian executives with Silicon Valley.

She established Brazil’s first accelerator of construtechs and, as Director of Heavy Infrastructure Innovation, she completely overhauled this market by working on major projects in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia. Costa lectures around the world on various topics involving innovation and has received numerous awards for articles and presentations in the United States, Italy and the United Arab Emirates. In 2018, Valor Econômico, PwC, Abstartups and fiemg acknowledged her leading role in one of the best open innovation programs in Brazil.

Augusto

Terra

Food engineer, entrepreneur, investor and the founder of Food Ventures.

Brazil has the potential to become a benchmark in food chain innovation and Terra has made it his mission to transform the way we feed the world.

He has dedicated the last few years to developing innovation-related businesses, including a startup in the tourism sector and another in food distribution for restaurants. He has participated in Brazil’s innovation ecosystem by working in accelerators, becoming involved in junior companies, giving lectures and presentations on technology’s potential and impacting global food provisioning.

Terra began investing in startups through IVP, the angel investor group, and saw an opportunity to help entrepreneurs with great ideas solve their biggest food chain problems.

To reinforce his mission, he brought together the food engineering schools at Mauá and Unicamp universities and the marketplace of startups and large companies seeking answers to the biggest challenges of the food chain. He created a vertical food information channel and aims to disseminate information so that more entrepreneurs may launch transformative businesses and reflect on the greatness and responsibilities of Brazil.

Renata

Puchala

Puchala is a business manager

Puchala is a business manager who graduated from the School of Economics and Business Administration of the University of São Paulo and earned a Master’s degree in International Management from the University of Grenoble, France.

She specialized in “Doing Business for Good” at Schumacher College and is currently obtaining another Master’s degree in Leadership for Sustainability from the University of Cambridge, UK.

Puchala began working at Natura in 2000, where she led the company’s main areas of business and sustainability, and acted as spokesperson on various issues, including “Floresta em Pé” Economics [sustainable production, community-driven entrepreneurship, environmental conservation and innovative development in riverine communities], Amazonia, Socio-biodiversity, Community Trade, Sustainable Production Chains, Territorial Development, Social Impact, Sustainability and Sustainable Businesses. Her last position was Brand, Marketing and Sustainability director for Natura’s global expansion process.

She is currently a founding partner of Become – a sustainability innovation hub – and a leading influencer of the sustainable development agenda as a lever of business value, where she works directly with world-class global networks such as Sistema B, UN Global Pact, Ellen MacArthur Foundation and Climate Ventures.

Cristiano

Oliveira

Founder and CEO of Olivia AI

Cristiano Oliveira is founder and CEO of Olivia AI (www.olivia.ai), a Silicon Valley-based financial technology (fintech) startup.

Olivia is creating a future in which you will never have to think about cash again thanks to an ecosystem of smart financial services, such as self-paying loans, credit cards that help you spend better, and investments that multiply on their own.

This new generation of financial services is based on Olivia’s platform, which combines personal finance, artificial intelligence and behavioral economics to help you do more with your money.

Previously, Oliveira was a co-founder and CTO of Spring Wireless, a groundbreaking company and leader in Software as a Service (SaaS). He graduated and earned a Master’s degree in Engineering from USP, and was a student at Singularity University’s Executive Program.

Pascal Finette
His work focuses on the intersection of technology, global impact, and culture; inspiring, educating and empowering entrepreneurs, corporate irritants and change makers to tackle the most intractable problems of our time.

Singularity University’s Chair for Entrepreneurship & Open Innovation, and co-founder of radical Ventures

Tiffany Vora
Dr. Tiffany Vora is an educator, writer, research scientist, and entrepreneur who is excited to bring her diversity of experience to Singularity University as Faculty Director and Vice Chair of Medicine and Digital Biology.

Faculty Director and Vice Chair of Medicine and Digital Biology of Singularity University

Taddy Blecher
Dr Taddy Blecher is CEO of the Maharishi Institute and the Imvula Empowerment Trust, CEO of the Community and Individual Development Association; and former Chairperson of the SA National Government task team on Entrepreneurship, Education, & Job Creation.

Taddy Blecher of the Maharishi Institute

Jason Silva
He will next be seen as the host of the eight-part National Geographic series, Origins: The Journey of Humankind, premiering March 2017.

Jason Silva is the Emmy-nominated host of National Geographic Channel’s #1 rated and Emmy-nominated series, Brain Games, seen in over 100 countries.

David Hunt
With a rich family history in agriculture, Hunt has long been fascinated by the opportunities presented to the industry by exploiting emerging technology.

Former corporate banker David Hunt, his brother Ross and Robin Johnston co-founded Cainthus, a company dedicated to digitizing agricultural practices

Jeffrey Rogers
Jeffrey Rogers is a facilitator, speaker, and program designer who creates interactive educational experiences driven by storytelling, engagement, and play.

Facilitator, speaker and program designer

Joana D’Arc Félix de Sousa
She is an expert on sustainable the leather production processes at the National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology (inmetro) and a pedagogical coordinator at the State Technical School Professor Carmelino Correa Junior (of the Paula Souza Center), where she teaches technical courses on tanning, biotechnology and the environment.

A native of Franca (São Paulo, Brazil), she graduated in Chemistry, holds a Master’s and a PhD from the State University of Campinas (unicamp) and earned a postdoctoral degree from Harvard University.

Murilo Gun
His personal website won two iBest awards, he has published two books on the internet and was an entrepreneur for 10 years. He graduated in Business Administration and earned an MBA in Management, but decided to leave the business world and become a comedian.

He was one of Brazil’s internet pioneers.

Nathana O’Brien Sharma
Nathana O’Brien Sharma is Faculty at Singularity University, where she writes and speaks for international audiences on the future of technology, law and business.

Faculty at Singularity University

Alessandra Zonari
She graduated in Biological Sciences from PUC-Minas, and earned a Master’s degree and a doctorate in Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine from UFMG.

Alessandra Zonari is co-founder and CSO of OneSkin Technologies.

Luiz Calado
He is addicted to finance, technology, science, blockchain, bitcoin, payments and exponential thinking, and was board member and appraiser at Startup Brazil.

Calado is an entrepreneur with a postdoctoral degree from the University of California at Berkeley, as well as an angel investor, advisor and retired developer.

Lincoln Ando
In 2018, Lincoln Ando, 27, made both MIT’s list of “best under-35 innovators” and Forbes’ list of “best under-30 entrepreneurs”.

Founder and CEO of IDwall.

Onicio B. Leal Neto
He is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Child Well-Being & Development of the University of Zurich, and a research consultant at UNICEF Malawi, where he leads projects involving the application of wearables, drones and machine learning to child development.

Onício Neto is a biomedical doctor, epidemiologist, scientist, public health expert and social entrepreneur with a Master’s degree and a doctorate in Public Health.

Glaucia Costa
A civil engineer from ufmg, Costa earned a Master’s degree in Production Engineering and Innovation from ufrj, an mba from coppead-ufrj and the University of San Diego, and a PhD in Open Innovation Strategies for Multinationals from COPPEAD-UFRJ.

Glaucia Costa is Deloitte’s Consultancy Director for Innovation and Digital Transformation in areas where engineering plays an important role, such as construction, mining, energy, oil and gas.

Augusto Terra
Brazil has the potential to become a benchmark in food chain innovation and Terra has made it his mission to transform the way we feed the world.

Food engineer, entrepreneur, investor and the founder of Food Ventures.

Renata Puchala
Puchala is a business manager who graduated from the School of Economics and Business Administration of the University of São Paulo and earned a Master’s degree in International Management from the University of Grenoble, France.

Puchala is a business manager

Cristiano Oliveira
Cristiano Oliveira is founder and CEO of Olivia AI (www.olivia.ai), a Silicon Valley-based financial technology (fintech) startup.

Founder and CEO of Olivia AI

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program

OPENING 8h30 - 9h00

9h00 - 9h50 Jeffrey Rogers | New World is Here
9h50 - 10h40 Taddy Blecher | Exponential Education

Coffee Break 10h40 - 11h25

11h25 - 12h15 Keynote Su | Exponential Health | Tiffany Vora
12h15 – 13h05 Thematic panel

Lunch 13h05 - 14h35

Education Health Public Safety Infrastructure
14h35 - 15h15 Murilo Gun Onicio B. Leal Neto Keynote Speaker Keynote Speaker
15h15 – 15h55 João Paulo Alessandra Zonari Keynote Speaker Keynote Speaker

Coffee Break 15h55 - 16h40

16h40 – 17h30 Keynote Speaker | Public Safety
17h30 – 18h20 Pascal Finette | The Future of Transportation

CLOSING 18h20 - 18h30

Abertura 8h30 - 9h00

9h00 - 9h50 Leadership | Jason Silva
9h50 - 10h40 Keynote Speaker | Energy

Coffee Break 10h40 - 11h25

11h25 - 12h15 David Hunt | Exponential Food
12h15 – 13h05 Thematic panel

Almoço 13h05 - 14h35

Food Energy Environment Finance
14h35 - 15h15 Keynote Speaker Felipe Braga Ivo Luiz Chacon Lincoln Ando
15h15 – 15h55 Keynote Speaker Keynote Speaker Joana D'arc Luiz Calado

Coffee Break 15h55 - 16h40

16h40 – 17h30 Keynote Speaker | Environment
17h30 – 18h20 Keynote Speaker | Finance

CLOSING 18h20 - 18h30



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