Sayamindu Dasgupta "MIT The Alchemist"

Alchemist Statue at MIT

Learn about important issues, advancements, and opportunities applying technology for global humanitarian impact

 Humanitarian Technology: Science, Systems and Global Impact is an exciting, relevant and technically focused international conference designed to explore emerging technologies that further enable global humanitarian assistance. HumTech2015 is being held on 12 – 14 May 2015 at the beautiful Le Méridien Cambridge-MIT. Anchoring the renowned University Park at MIT, the conference venue is conveniently located in Cambridge’s vibrant innovation district, home to high-tech firms and leading academic institutions.

HumTech2015 will provide a forum for scientists, engineers, field workers and policymakers to discuss current research and exchange technical ideas that advance global humanitarian action


Exhibit Session

Dynamic session for posters, exhibits and hands-on technology demonstrations to be shared with researchers and field workers, students and academic faculty, government partners and thought leaders.

Poster, Exhibit and Networking Session

Humanitarian Technology 2015 Conference Tracks:

  • Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief
  • Health and Disease Management
  • Public Safety and Emergency Management
  • Emerging Technologies
  • International Development, Poverty Alleviation and Food Security
  • Water, Energy, Agriculture, Policy, Security, Education, …

View the Contributed Talks and Contributed Poster Presentations.