Thank you to all HumTech2015 participants. We will post updates of photos, slides and information over the next few days.


 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

 


KIRA

Kenya Inter Agency Rapid Assessment (Government of Kenya – National Disaster Operations Centre, Kenya Red Cross Society, UNOCHA, RedR UK, ACAPS, UNICEF Kenya) prepare for their trip to HumTech2015!

Are you coming to HumTech2015?

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

The Human Element

Watch the film, and engage the filmmakers in candid Q&A. Refreshments will be served, and the first 50 attendees will receive a gift from Thailand!

Screening and Meet The Filmmakers

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.