Today, we introduce Sushi Suzuki (a specially appointed associate professor at the Kyoto Institute of Technology and Kyoto Design Lab), one of speakers at the panel discussion.
He used to be the Executive Director of the ME310 program at Stanford University, and is also known as a starter of an innovation team at Panasonic Europe.
Now, he runs various projects based on design thinking, which has been established as an innovation methodology.
Many of the visitors to Hack Osaka 2017 may be engaged in new projects. We hope you will bring back good hints for your projects from Sushi Suzuki’s talk, including methods for generating something from nothing.
1:00pm-7:00pm; Thursday, February 9, 2017
Congress Convention Hall A, Room 1-3