Tech Show London has announced that Professor Brian Cox will be a headline speaker at their 2024 event.
Professor Cox will deliver a session titled ‘The benefits of exploring the universe: black holes, quantum computers, nature of reality and life in the universe’ on 6 March 2024, at ExCeL London.
“We are absolutely thrilled to have Professor Brian Cox join us at Tech Show London 2024,” said Alice MacGregor, Head of Marketing and Content for Tech (Europe) at CloserStill Media – organisers of Tech Show London.
Exploring the Universe with Professor Brian Cox
Professor Cox is celebrated for his work in physics, particularly in recreating conditions a fraction of a second after the Big Bang. His session at Tech Show London promises to take attendees on a captivating journey filled with breathtaking images and insights into the universe’s mysteries.
In addition to exploring cosmic phenomena, Professor Cox will discuss the importance of investing in science as a key driver for job creation and economic growth. His session is set to be a highlight of the event, offering unique insights into the wonders of our universe.
“His unparalleled ability to make complex scientific concepts both accessible and exciting to a broad audience aligns perfectly with our mission to inspire and educate. Professor Cox’s session promises to be a highlight of this year’s event, offering unique insights into the wonders of our universe,” added MacGregor.
Tech Show London 2024 brings together five leading events under one roof at ExCeL London: Cloud Expo Europe, DevOps Live, Cloud & Cyber Security Expo, Big Data & AI World, and Data Centre World.
The Storied Career of Professor Brian Cox
Professor Cox, a key member of the ATLAS experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider and Professor of Particle Physics at Manchester University, is widely recognised for his efforts in making science accessible and engaging.
His work as The Royal Society Professor for Public Engagement in Science has been instrumental in popularising science. With his background as a professional musician and his charismatic delivery, he has been dubbed a ‘rock star scientist’.
His influential television shows, including ‘Wonders of the Universe’ and ‘The Planets’, and bestselling books like ‘Why Does E=mc2?’ have captivated millions worldwide.
Alice MacGregor, Head of Marketing and Content for Tech (Europe) at CloserStill Media, organizers of Tech Show London, expressed enthusiasm about Professor Cox’s participation: “His unparalleled ability to make complex scientific concepts both accessible and exciting…aligns perfectly with our mission to inspire and educate.”
Inspiring the World with Science
Professor Cox’s presentations are known for their awe-inspiring imagery and his infectious enthusiasm for science. From speaking at TED and the World Economic Forum, to hosting ‘Infinite Monkey Cage’ on Radio 4, his work spans a broad spectrum of platforms and audiences.
His talks often explore the origins of life, the universe, and the groundbreaking work at CERN.
Tech Show London attendees can look forward to a session that not only delves into the mysteries of black holes and life on Mars, but also reflects on how science unites us in the quest for knowledge.
This appearance at Tech Show London is a part of Professor Cox’s ongoing efforts to bring science to the forefront of public consciousness, making this event a must-attend for anyone interested in the cutting edge of technology and science.
Attendees will have the opportunity to experience a comprehensive showcase of the latest technological advancements with a single free ticket.