The time for innovation is now! The 2013 Graduate Studies Program at Singularity University is officially kicking off with the Opening Ceremonies on June 17. The event is being held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA starting at 4:30 PM and will bring together all 80 students from around the world as well as faculty and teaching assistants for the first time as they embark on a 10-week intense program of the mind. With keynote speeches from Singularity University co-founders Ray Kurzweil and Peter Diamandis along with VP of Motorola, Regina Dugan, the GSP13 class and attendees with be in for a real treat.
If you’re interested in attending the event and meeting the class in person, tickets are still available for the event (full program available here).
In its fifth year, the Graduate Studies Program is one of the most forward-thinking programs around with its aim to bring together the brightest innovators, pioneers, and thinkers in the world and vault them into the next level of technology entrepreneurship. The course of the next 10 weeks will take students on an incredible journey allowing them to have unique experiences that will change them forever and it all starts at the Opening Ceremonies.
You can learn more about each of the students and the program in general by checking out the profile page for this year’s class.
For a taste of what the event will be like, watch the following from a previous GSP Opening Ceremony: