Our virtual venue

For 2020, the Anthropology + Technology Conference is going online, which means delegates can attend from anywhere in the world (time differences permitting). The professional digital conference platform we are using on the first day will provide a great experience for our delegates, speakers, and sponsors. Everyone can attend the keynote, the 18 talks across the three streams, workshop discussions, panel discussion, as well as meet our valued sponsors. The digital conference platform also enables you to easily text or video chat with other delegates in every session.

And on the second day you can attend numerous online workshops. Check out the programme for more information.

Depending on each country’s COVID-19 physical distancing measures in the autumn, companies in different cities might host the 2020 conference, enabling delegates to attend the virtual conference while having the opportunity to meet and network with people in their city. If your company, organisation, or institution is interested in hosting A+T 2020 in your city, get in touch.

Our virtual venue

For 2020, the Anthropology + Technology Conference is going online, which means delegates can attend from anywhere in the world (time differences permitting). The professional digital conference platform we are using on the first day will provide a great experience for our delegates, speakers, and sponsors. Everyone can attend the keynote, the 18 talks across the three streams, workshop discussions, panel discussion, as well as meet our valued sponsors. The digital conference platform also enables you to easily text or video chat with other delegates in every session.

And on the second day you can attend numerous online workshops. Check out the programme for more information.

Depending on each country’s COVID-19 physical distancing measures in the autumn, companies in different cities might host the 2020 conference, enabling delegates to attend the virtual conference while having the opportunity to meet and network with people in their city. If your company, organisation, or institution is interested in hosting A+T 2020 in your city, get in touch.

About Bristol

The Anthropology + Technology Conference is proud of its Bristol roots. Affectionately known as Silicon Gorge, Bristol is a hub of tech innovation and design. An ever-present visual reminder is Brunel’s 1864 feat of engineering, the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

With technical expertise in aerospace and a history of microchip design, Bristol and Bath’s digital tech cluster has deep roots. Global businesses from these sectors are based in the region, including Meiko, picoChip and XMOS.

The region has four well-respected universities. The Bristol Robotics Laboratory is the UK’s leading academic centre for robotics research.

SETsquared is ranked by UBI Global as the world’s leading business incubator. The enterprise partnership between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton, and Surrey has helped over 2,500 UK startups raise over £1.5 billion of investment.

It’s also a thriving creative city: think Banksy, Portishead, and Massive Attack. Also here is the award-winning Aardman Animations (creators of Wallace & Grommit), and Bristol Old Vic, which is the oldest continuously-working theatre in the English-speaking world.

About Bristol

The Anthropology + Technology Conference is proud of its Bristol roots. Affectionately known as Silicon Gorge, Bristol is a hub of tech innovation and design. An ever-present visual reminder is Brunel’s 1864 feat of engineering, the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

With technical expertise in aerospace and a history of microchip design, Bristol and Bath’s digital tech cluster has deep roots. Global businesses from these sectors are based in the region, including Meiko, picoChip and XMOS.

The region has four well-respected universities. The Bristol Robotics Laboratory is the UK’s leading academic centre for robotics research.

SETsquared is ranked by UBI Global as the world’s leading business incubator. The enterprise partnership between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton, and Surrey has helped over 2,500 UK startups raise over £1.5 billion of investment.

It’s also a thriving creative city: think Banksy, Portishead, and Massive Attack. Also here is the award-winning Aardman Animations (creators of Wallace & Grommit), and Bristol Old Vic, which is the oldest continuously-working theatre in the English-speaking world.