GSP Opening Ceremony June 17, 2013

Opening Ceremony

Please join Singularity University in welcoming the new 2013 Global Solutions Program students!

The class of 2013 are some of the best and brightest from around the world and this summer will forever alter the course of their lives. View the current roster of students here, and meet the new class in person June 17th at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California!

Tickets will be available at the door.


4:30pm Registration
5:30pm Presentations and Keynote

– Ray Kurzweil, Co-founder, Singularity University
– Peter Diamandis, Co-founder, Singularity University
– Regina Dugan, VP, Motorola

7:30pm Reception & Dinner

Now in its fifth year, Singularity University’s GSP alum now number 280 from 70 countries. View the class here, and help us celebrate the launch of the 2013 Global Solutions Program!

Read the full listing of our Global Impact Competition winners here:

More info about the program:

For 10 weeks this summer, 80 graduate and post-graduate level innovators, researchers, NGO leaders, and entrepreneurs from 36 countries will come to Singularity University (SU) in Silicon Valley to change our world. As participants in the 2013 Global Solutions Program (GSP13), they will be immersed in an unparalleled learning environment focused on identifying and using rapidly accelerating technologies to find solutions focused on humanity’s Grand Challenges: Energy, Food, Water, Environment, Security, Poverty, Global Health, and Education. At the end of the 10-week program, SU student teams will develop 10⁹+ Team Projects with the mission of positively impacting the lives of a billion people in the next 10 years.

Singularity University’s GSP program brings together a diverse group of the most accomplished experts in academics, science, technology, business, and government with the top graduate and post-graduate level innovators, researchers, NGO and entrepreneurial leaders from around the globe. GSP13 begins June 16 and runs through August 26, at Singularity University’s campus at NASA Research Park, Moffett Field, Calif.