Publication date: 06 April 2017
The fourth edition of the inspiring forum "I, Engineer“was launched. The event is a platform allowing access to high school and university students to present their innovative developments. The interesting side-events program includes numerous conferences with inspiring speakers. " Entrepreneurial engineering " and "Occupation: software engineer" are just a few of the topics that will be discussed in the seminar room.
The stage of "I, Engineer", organized by Inter Expo Center and Wishbox, is also joined by the fans of robotics; they can come into direct battle as Robo League Bulgaria will, for yet another year, challenge enthusiastic participants to showcase their skills in constructing robots. During the entire forum, there will be organized numerous workshops, discussed many ideas, realized many dreams and inspired many young talents. The numerous booths filled with a variety of interesting and innovative machines are open to every visitor.
For the first time the youth forum was preceded by an exhibition of Bulgarian engineers and inventors with their personal message to the young talents. It is located at the Lovers’ bridge close to the NPC.
This year, "I, Engineer" broaden its scope and is located in exhibition hall number 5 of Inter Expo Center. Two exhibitions are held parallel to this forum - MachTech & InnoTech - for production technologies, and WATER SOFIA - in the water sector.
Speakers already talking
The opening of "I, Engineer" launched the side-events program. The moderators Vasi and Nasko (he is the creator of the first tablet for blind users) congratulated all those present and thanked the main sponsor Melexis and the sponsors ABB, VMware, Aurubis, Liebherr, SEG.
"This year we registered a record number of workshops " happily emphasizes Nasko. Shortly after they stepped on the stage, the two moderators gave the floor to the first speaker - Lili Kaneva, who spoke to the numerous participants interested in the topic "Where are all the women?". "There is a stereotype that engineering professions are designed for men only; however, this is not true, "she was confident.