Top 5 Events

Check out the top Intelligent Events in Chicago this week.  Go to an event, meet some new people, and increase your intelligence.

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1) Workplace of the Future – Real Estate
March 27
The event will demonstrate how mixed reality, virtual reality (VR) and holographic technology is changing the way real estate is designed, bought, sold and furnished.
9am, Ex3 Labs

 

2) Chi Hack Night – Robin Robinson: Fostering Stronger Community & Police Relationships
March 28
In her talk, Robin will discuss the role she has taken on and the work needed to rebuild trust between the Chicago Police Department and the communities it serves.
6pm, Chi Hack Night


 3) Ignite Chicago
March 28
Ignite is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by people who have a burning idea—and the guts to get onstage and share it with their hometown crowd. Ignite Chicago is open to everyone. All talks are 5 minutes (20 slides x 15 seconds/slide).
6:30pm Catalyst Ranch

 

4) The Energy Outlook in an Era of Change
March 29
A conversation with Adam Sieminski, former administrator of the U.S. Energy Information Administration
Noon, Epic

 

5) Howard Tullman, CEO, 1871
March 30
Get in on the FinTech revolution in Chicago. This monthly meetup explores the opportunities and innovations in the FinTech startup sector.
11:30am, City Club of Chicago

 

BONUS EVENTS

Learning to be Loyal: Political Education in China and Russia
March 30
This talk explores how China and Russia use schools to socialize students and the future elite to be patriotic; whether these strategies free those in power from the need to be politically accountable; and when and why political education turns to cultural and ethnic identity as opposed to economic and ideological principles to foster national unity and popular legitimacy.
Noon, Northwestern University

Baseball: It’s Not Nuclear Physics—Or Is It?
March 30
Dr Alan Nathan spent a career doing experimental nuclear physics, where he studied the high-speed collisions of subatomic particles. These days he spends his time working on the physics of baseball, studying the not-so-high-speed collisions of baseballs with bats, among other things. And believe it or not, many of the same principles that apply to the former also apply to the latter. He will provide a flavor for that in this talk by telling us about some of the interesting physics apparent to him each and every time he watches a game.
6pm, C2ST

 

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