TEDxSBU 2013 ''Our Beat'' Itinerary

The registration table opened at 8:30am - 4:00pm

Beat One (9:15am – 2:00pm)

Lauren Hale: Sleep deprivation as a source of disparities in health, economic and social wellbeing

Kent Gustavson: Metaphorical cliff jumping

Neha Kinariwalla: How perception changes an illness

Ken Dill: The world’s smallest and most powerful machines: protein molecules

TED Talk Video: Amanda Palmer: The art of asking

Joanna Kaczorowska: Inspiring Through Mentoring

Lunch

Jay Loomis/Timothy Vallier: Limbic Hemispheres: The Intersection of Natural Human Interaction, Acoustic Music Composition, and Live Signal Processing

Fikri Birey: Mood disorders are glial disorders

Hannes Baumann: You break it, you own it-synchrony in nature, doomed by humans

Ruchi Shah: Building a foundation for science and research to improve our world

TED Talk Video: Alexa Meade: Your body is my canvas

Howard Schneider: Finding a cure for “newsmosis” A civic disease ravaging America

Beat Two (2:15pm – 6:30pm)

Rich Fantasia: Our beat

Daniel Menaker: WEIGHTED WORDS

Arianna Warner: The dinosaur onesie project

Mitchell Fourman: Seeing medicine through fluorescent eyes

TED Talk Video: Robert Lang: The math and magic of origami

Snack

Nobuho Nagasawa:Water Weaving Light-Interactive art of light and sound

Fred Ferguson: An opportunity to improve wellness, prevention, quality of life and overall health

David Ecker: When life throws you a curve-ball, either you have to duck, or learn to hit curve balls

TED Talk Video: Shyam Sankar: The rise of human-computer cooperation

Paul Bingham & Joanne Souza: Sex, institutions, and politics: What human evolution teaches us

Alberto Perez: You can’t always blame your parents

Evening reception

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