STEM, je t’aime: The Future is Now

Subota 23/09/2017 10:00
Weekend Stage

Baby Swedes and baby Croats are facing an equal challenge 65% of today's first graders will work in professions that don’t exist today. The global digital transformation prompted by hi-speed changes in technology and innovative business models will be an equal challenge to all future generations. Embracing STEM area competencies is the key prerequisite for utilizing this opportunity. How can we become a part of the STEM revolution? How can we stimulate all segments of society to join the digitalization? What are the obstacles and what are the opportunities that we will face?


Nenad Bakić

IRIM, President and Special Advisor of the President of Croatia for STEM and Digital Transformation (Croatia)

Boris Drilo

HT, Member of the Management Board and Chief Technical and Information Officer (Croatia)

Boris Jokić

Institute for Social Research in Zagreb, Research Associate (Croatia)

Marko Matijević, Editor In Chief (Croatia)

Mate Rimac

Rimac Automobili, CEO (Croatia)


Nino Đula

Jutarnji list, Executive editor and columnist (Croatia)