Dara Bramson is an interdisciplinary researcher who explores human potential and has focused on projects in East Central Europe and Southeast Asia. darabramson.com
His journey began in UX. Nowadays he devotes his time to customer service so that those that have not yet approached him already want to come back for more.
He designs apps that contribute to society, amongst others for Wielka Orkiestra Świątecznej Pomocy. At CocoaLab he wants to change the way people perceive festivals with LineApp.
He doesn’t subscribe to the “user knows best” mantra. He knows best.
Hugo Dudka has just finished his International Baccalaureate (IB) exams in Warsaw. During his last year of IB he became interested in Artificial Intelligence through an online course. With the help of only the internet he created an AI that can determine if breast cancer is benign or malignant.
Hugo will talk about why youth shouldn’t be afraid of hard science and how you can use the internet to learn about complicated topics.
Jolanta Sitarz - Wójcicka
An activist from Zakopane, fights for clean air and nature conservation. Mother of two, loves outdoor spots, mountains and Stay Nowhere drummer. Incurable optimist.
Julia is one of the leaders of NutriKids, an organisation that teaches primary school students about healthy eating. The project has reached over 800 children in Krakow. Both attend Liceum #5 in Krakow and will talk to us about why age doesn't matter if you really believe in something.
designer, educator, organiser
“I am designer. Modern designer. That means I am doing more than just designing furniture and arranging interiors. I have organised many interactive exhibitions around the world. For example the first interactive exhibition for kids “Bzzz!” in Copernicus Science Center or scientific exhibition for kids in Holland. I have also designed exposition about new technologies “Move Fab” in Spain and detour exhibition for blind people “Feel the Art”. I expand and popularise new methodology of participatory design and design thinking.”
Maria is one of the leaders of NutriKids, an organisation that teaches primary school students about healthy eating. The project has reached over 800 children in Krakow. Both attend Liceum #5 in Krakow and will talk to us about why age doesn't matter if you really believe in something.
Leonardo da Vinci in 1480s invented a musical instrument called Viola Organista. However he never built it. For 500 years almost 200 attempts were made to bring this project to life, moreover none of them fully succeeded. Until now. In 2012, after 4-years-long work, Sławomir Zubrzycki, Polish pianist and constructor, built the first concert Viola Organista and started a new chapter of its history.