Technolagy Brings First Three Day Tech Festival to New Orleans in August

TechnolagyTechnolagy TechFest (TTF), a three day science and technology festival in New Orleans, will be host to over 40 hours of scheduled presentations, debates, workshops, and competitions targeting 750 attendees in its inaugural year.

TTF will be held from August 21st through 23rd, 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM, at the Lindy C. Boggs International Conference Center at the University of New Orleans.

“The goal of the event is to create a collaborative environment where various groups of professionals, such as scientists, engineers, IT professionals, academic institutions, entrepreneurs, and investors, can learn and share latest works, innovative ideas, and business opportunities. This experimental effort is crucial to make innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth a more integral part of our community.”

See below for the schedule of events:

Wednesday, August 21 – Science & Engineering

  • Aviation technology seminars and demonstration
  • Nanotechnology seminar
  • Biotechnology seminar
  • Alternative energy seminar
  • Robotic surgery presentation
  • Naval engineering seminar and demonstration
  • Academic research presentation and discussion
  • Software development

Thursday, August 22 – Technology & Electronics

  • Robotics competition
  • Wi-Fi technology seminar
  • Broadband deployment workshop
  • Mobile application seminar
  • “How gov’t agencies can improve and be more efficient utilizing technologies” – Roundtable discussion
  • Artificial intelligence/humanoid technology/drone technology/quantum computing seminars and workshop
  • Game development demonstration
  • Software development

Friday, August 23 – Business & Economic Development

  • Strategic R&D and innovation through IP seminar
  • Research tax credits presentation
  • Patent execution process and IP related issues seminar
  • Venture capital segment – presentation and roundtable discussion
  • “Bringing high-tech manufacturing” roundtable discussion
  • “Future of Innovation Outlook” – invitation-only roundtable discussion
  • Investment opportunities in GNO discussion
  • Leadership innovation seminar
  • Entrepreneurship workshops
  • Selling innovation workshop

Other various activities attendees can expect are: robotics, humanoid technology, wireless energy, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, robotic surgery, holography for mobile devices, smart buildings, mobile communications, biotechnology, nanotechnology, alternative energy, high-tech manufacturing, naval engineering, mobile applications, game development, innovation leadership, drone technology, and aviation technology.

Tickets are $20 per day and $45 for all three days. For more information, visit