Future Technology

Monday 20 May 2024 - SOLD OUT
6.30-8.45pm State Theatre Centre of Western Australia

Technology is changing your life. It’s hard to keep up.

Whether it’s large language models, quantum computing, nanotechnology, synthetic biology or even cryptocurrency, you live in a time of unprecedented change.

We listened to five remarkable scientists and their world-premiere TEDx talks. Each one accessibly explaining their cutting-edge technological discoveries – giving us a glimpse of your future.

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Each ticket included …

  • Program booklet
  • Carbon offset for travel to and from the event
  • GST and booking fees

The pay bar offered refreshments.

This event was carbon neutral.

 

Speakers

Tracy Redhead
Musician, Composer & Researcher

Jessica Kretzmann
Origami Chemist

Philipp Bayer
Computational Biologist

Andrzej Gwizdalski
Web 3 Ecosystem Builder

Jingbo Wang
Quantum Computer Pioneer

Curators and Hosts

TEDxKings Park Speakers and their talks are carefully curated by our skilled Curation team. We love to welcome subject experts to ensure we get every detail right.

Monica Kander
Curator

Mabel Abatania
Curator

Jennifer Walsh
Sleep Scientist

Rob Lines
Licensee & Head of Curation

Opeyemi Idris
Curator



Principal Partner

Partners

Venue

State Theatre Centre

The Heath Ledger Theatre at The State Theatre Centre of WA.

The venue is fully accessible to wheelchair users. If you have any other access needs, let us know when you purchase your ticket, or message us and we’ll be in touch.

Address: State Theatre Centre of WA, 174-176 William Street, Perth WA 6000

Getting There

Perth Train Station is a short 200m walk from the State Theatre Centre of WA. It is serviced by Armadale, Fremantle, Joondalup, Mandurah and Midland lines as well as Transwa’s Australind service. 

Visit Transperth’s website to plan your journey.

Cycling
Bike racks are located throughout the Perth Cultural Centre.

Parking
The State Theatre Centre is close to many public car parks.
City of Perth State Library (Nearest ACROD).
City of Perth Cultural Centre Car Park.

If you need any support or help, get in touch with us and we’ll do our very best to help you.