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Future Digileaders ’24

Future Digileaders is a yearly event organised by Digital Futures, for selected early-career researchers interested in digitalization. In this event, you will listen to the successful experience and insights, have in-depth discussions and get mentorship from established leaders. We cover professional development and provide opportunities to meet inspiring role models and network with each other.

Application to be awarded as “Future Digileaders” and attend this event: to be announced
Where: Digital Futures hub, Osquars Backe 5, floor 2 at KTH main campus


detailed program to be announced

16 October – Meet & Greet from 15:00 – 18:00 (time to be confirmed) at Digital Futures hub

17 OctoberDigitalize in Stockholm 2024: Shaping the Future with Generative AI.  Event at Nacka Strand 09:00 – 16:30 followed by mingle.

18 October – Future Digileaders workshop at Digital Futures hub

09:30 Coffee
10:00 Welcome
10:15 Keynote
11:15 Mentor Speed Dating
12:15 Lunch
13:30 Panel discussion
14:30 Wrap-up & Conclusion/Reflection Activity
15:00 Mingle and Explore the city

The event is a part of Digitalize in Stockholm, an annual conference and meeting place for global thought leaders and rising stars engaged in transformation through digitalization in academia, industry, government, and civil society. Awarded Future Digileaders are expected to participate at Digitalize in Stockholm,

After these events, we expect that the Future Digileaders will:

  • gain insights into the joys and struggles of becoming and being faculty and awareness of a broad range of career paths and strategies one can choose from
  • have shaped values and practices that should be promoted in a good research environment
  • establish new connections to research and industry leaders and a network of international peers
  • understand the potential of digitalization research in a broader societal context, a peek into different areas of digitalization research, and knowledge about state-of-the-art research challenges and advancements.

Organizing Committee

Links from previous years