Welcome to the Lindholmen Software Development Day 2021 on October 28. We proudly present experts in the field of Software Development that will take on the theme Software for Sustainability - Can ones and zeros save the world?
Software for Sustainability - Can ones and zeros save the world?
PLACE Chalmers Conference Center, Lindholmen Science Park.
The 2021 conference is organized as a hybrid, with a live audience onsite. We will live stream the event for those of you unable to attend in person.
DATE Thursday, October 28
TIME 09:00-16:30 (doors open from 08:00)
How do we use software to create a long-term sustainable society? Can new technologies save us from threatening resource shortages, the growing greenhouse effect, or social and economic challenges?
Yes, they can! But we need to speed up our mindset transformation and use the software as building blocks and enablers. Every company will become a value business, developing new innovative strategies through selling products to selling solutions that save time, costs, and the environment.
We can see a shift in focus from hardware to software solutions in more and more businesses. Many have the technology, but the required culture, insights, and mindset might not be in place or differ between industries.
At Lindholmen Software Development Day, we will see exciting and inspiring cases from companies and domains at the forefront of using software to become competitive and solve sustainability challenges. The event is an enabler for collaboration to bring future success in software development in Sweden and offer cutting-edge open seminars and a meeting place for industry, academia, and society.
We have 14 speakers, all with expertise in their respective fields, and are proud to present you with the following names; Niklas Egels Zandén/University of Gothenburg, Mark Mohr/AB Volvo, Asif Akram, Erik Ström/Chalmers University of Technology, Björn Fridholm/Volvo Car Corporation, Axel Kullander/ Nortical, Colin Venters/University of Huddersfield, Birgit Penzenstadler/Chalmers University of Technology, Linda Ekener Mägi/Tele2, Tobias Stenström, Daniel Ek/Polisen, Aurore Belfrage/Partner SusTechable, Zara Zamani/MetaBytes.
More information about the speakers and their abstracts is found on the website.