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Theme: (When) it's up to you

This event occurred on
April 6, 2016
2:00pm - 6:30pm CEST
(UTC +2hrs)
Warszawa, Mazowieckie

TEDxCollegeOfEuropeNatolin: (When) It’s Up to You!

A group of students from the College of Europe, Natolin are organising a TEDx event entitled ‘(When) It’s Up to You’ which will take place on campus on 6 April. It will feature a diverse group of innovative thinkers from many different walks of life who will each present a talk on ‘choice’ from a different perspective. One of our very own Natolin students will also be given the opportunity to join these speakers to present their interpretation of ‘choice’.
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Photo Credit: Arian Meinhardt

Auditorium Copernicus
Nowoursynowska 84
Warszawa, Mazowieckie, 02-797
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Anna Wicha

Country Manager, Adecco Poland
Anna Wicha has started her career at Adecco Poland in the Sales department as a Consultant. Passing through all levels of corporate career, she was appointed Country Manager. She is with the company since year 2000. During 2010-2011 and again since 2014 she is also responsible for the overall strategic activities and functioning of Adecco in Romania. Since 2010 she is the President of the Polish HR Forum (formerly Association of Temporary Work Agencies), an organization which associates all employment agencies in Poland and its priority is to promote ethical conduct and high quality services. On the international level Anna Wicha is a Board Member of Eurociett (European Confederation of Private Employment Agencies) – the largest organization representing an employment agencies in Europe, where she represents interests not only of Polish employment agencies, but also of those from Central and Eastern Europe.

Kamil Adamczyk

Co-founder and CEO of Inteliclinic Inc.
Kamil Adamczyk is the co-founder and CEO of Inteliclinic Inc., a hardware house that creates devices, which use artificial intelligence methods for precise biological signals processing. With the Neuroon- the first of coming series medical grade accuracy wearables, the smart brainwaves monitoring sleep mask, Intelclinic won LeWeb Paris startup competition for the best startup in 2013 and has been chosen the best sleep startup in 2015 by HealthXL with cooperation with Cleveland Clinic. On January 12, Intelclinic closed over month-long Kickstarter campaign that raised $440,000 to manufacture a world's first smart sleep mask. Kamil is a medical student, founder and President of Students' Neurosurgical Society at Medical University of Warsaw and Polish brach of Kairos Society- non-profit organization bringing together the most prominent students from around the world. His passions are cognitive neuroscience, mHealth, IoT and wearable in healthcare.

Laurin Berresheim

Winner of the Students competion at the College Of Europe Natolin Campus
Laurin Berresheim, born 1992, German, studied philosophy at the Freie Universität Berlin where he also worked as a tutor for one year. He completed his master's degree with a thesis on the philosophy of Martin Heidegger. He wrote articles in various student magazines including Le Taurrillon, L’Ingénu, and Move Magazin. Currently, he studies Interdisciplinary European Studies at the College of Europe in Natolin.

Marcel Zeelenberg

Psychologist at Tilburg University
Marcel Zeelenberg is a psychologist at Tilburg University, The Netherlands. After studying at Leiden, he finished his doctorate at the University of Amsterdam in 1996. He shortly worked at TU Eindhoven before settling at Tilburg University in 1998. He is co-founder and director of the Tilburg Institute for Behavioral Economics Research (TIBER). He is a member of the advisory council of NTR, a public broadcaster. Professor Zeelenberg studies how emotions affect economic behaviour. Among others, he has done research on guilt, shame, pride and jealousy. He puts a special focus on regret and disappointment.

Matthew Kaminski

Executive Editor of POLITICO’s European edition
Matthew Kaminski is the Executive Editor of POLITICO’s European edition, which launched in April 2015. Prior to joining POLITICO in January 2015, Matt was a member of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board in New York. He wrote editorials, opinion columns and features, mainly on international affairs. For the previous 15 years, Matt worked as journalist throughout Europe, starting as a “stringer” in Kiev for the Financial Times and the Economist in 1994, writing stories from throughout the former Soviet Union. He joined the Journal in 1997 in its Brussels bureau. He covered Central Europe, the EU and trans-Atlantic security issues, and in 2002 moved to Paris to edit the editorial pages of the Journal’s European edition. He was awarded an Overseas Press Club prize in 2015 for his coverage of the Ukraine crisis. He was also a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Commentary that year.

Michael Bociurkiw

Development and communications expert and international correspondent
Michael Bociurkiw is a second-time TEDx speaker, development and communications expert and international correspondent who has covered news stories from some of the most dangerous places in the world. He’s worked on many different continents as a UNICEF media officer/spokesperson, and as the spokesperson for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) – Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine. For several months he worked as global spokesperson for UNICEF, based in Geneva.

Yves Dejaeghere

Researcher and lecturer at the University of Antwerp (Belgium)
Yves Dejaeghere is a researcher and lecturer at the University of Antwerp (Belgium). He was previously affiliated with the political science department at the University of Leuven (Belgium) and was a guest-lecturer at the Université Catholique de Lille (France) and KULAK (Belgium). In 2012 he was a visiting researcher at the department of Sociology of the University of Oxford. He works on political socialization, elections and political elites. His work is published in, among others: European Journal of Political Research, Party Politics, Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, Scandinavian Political Studies, Canadian Journal of Political Science, European Union Politics, Social Behaviour & Personality andInternational Journal of Intercultural Relations.

Organizing team


Warszawa, Poland


Warsaw, Poland
  • Benedetta Di Costanzo
  • Elisa Balducci
  • Emily Butler
  • Iryna Shuvaieva
  • Juan Galvan Montero
    Team member
  • Korneel De Schamp
  • Kristina Pitalskaya
  • Louise Masset
    Team member
  • Maria Chiara Properzi
  • Michele Fiorillo
    Team member
  • Pauline Salin
    Team member
  • Raisa Kotsan
    Team member