Inventor, environmentalist and entrepreneur, Cesar Harada will be at our colloquium session on the 4th of March, sharing with us about himself and his latest project – Protei – a revolutionary shape shifting sailing robot! Part of the talk will involve pen, paper and some introspection, so be sure to come and bring the necessary tools along! And as usual the talk will take place on the 6/F M6094 Future Cinema and will start at 5:00pm.
BIO: Cesar Harada is an French-Japanese Inventor, Environmentalist and Entrepreneur. Currently developing the Protei – a revolutionary shape shifting sailing robot. TED Senior Fellow, Unreasonable at sea Entrepreneur, Figure of progress (by GOOD and IBM), passionate about ”Open Hardware for the Environment” with a strong focus on ocean communities & technologies. Cesar used to teach Masters of “Design and Environment” at Goldsmiths University and can be booked for teaching workshops, public speaking and panels through his exclusive speakers bureau, The Lavin Agency. Visit his speaker’s page.
Cesar is a graduate from the Royal College of Arts London, Design Interactions Department, and worked as MIT Boston USA Project Leader as well as construction manager of the *IHub_ in Nairobi Kenya. Cesar led the Open-H2O (former Open-Sailing) to win the ARS Electronica Golden Nica [NEXT IDEA] (Austria) and the VIDA awards Fundacion Telefonica (Spain).
To learn more about Cesar’s work, go ahead and check out his website!