Why would Sustainable Impact matter to you, your company or your customers? Which entirely new possibilities are available in the world and for your company to drive innovation that also contributes to humanity. Which technology can lead us to our 2030 goals focused on climate action, human rights and digital equity?
During this inspiring webinar we will take you through the most innovative and sustainable initiatives from a technology angle, a future one and a scientific perspective. Practical cases and questions will be discussed live. Some key elements of the webinar will include:
- How can you drive Sustainable Impact for your company and drive new sales wins?
- How can Sustainable Impact be beneficial as an employer?
- How can AI/Deeplearning support your company in the future?
- Discover from the University what hydrogen can bring us and how an electric car will be charged in 7 minutes.
As this is a live webinar you can also participate in our Q&A sessions during this webinar.
Carlo Ruiz – Senior Director AI Data Center Solutions and Operations at NVIDIA
Carlo joined NVIDIA in 2015, the pioneer in AI computing. Carlo leads NVIDIA’s Enterprise Services, Operations and Datacenter Solutions. From scientific discoveries to artificial intelligence, modern data centers are key to solving some of the world’s most important challenges. Carlo’s career started off at Compaq as a telecom technology consultant, followed by various sales leadership roles at Hewlett-Packard.
Ewout Timmermans – Teammanager bij Inmotion Eindhoven
Ewout is Team Manager at Inmotion Eindhoven. He works with 35 driven students that take away time from their studies to work on this project and together with our partnered companies accelerate the energy transition in the automotive industry. My pull to this project is my background in Innovation Sciences (MSc.), where the acceleration of these important transitions to more sustainable socio-technical systems is a central challenge. Combining this mission to a more sustainable future with the prospect of racing.
Christina Geierlehner – Sustainable Impact Manager Benelux and Northwest Europe Sustainability Market Lead at HP
Christina is supporting our customers to achieve their sustainability goals with HP’s products and services. Within Northwest Europe, Christina is responsible that the local sustainability initiatives support HP’s global sustainability strategy. At HP, our ambition is to become the world’s most sustainable and just technology company. Christina will cover our sustainability initiatives in our three Sustainable Impact Pillars: Climate Action, Human Rights and Digital Equity.