Monash & HP Alum driving megatrends

Dion Weisler, President & CEO of HP and Monash Alumni, Andrew Bolwell, VP and Global Head of HP Tech Ventures and Monash Alumni and Campbell Wilson, Associate Dean (International) of the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash.

The global “megatrends” of mobility, blended reality, and 3D printing are driving future technology development, but what are the skill-sets required for success in this age of digital disruption?

On Monday 5 June 2017, HP and Monash University hosted an invitation only interactive, future-focused event at the HP Customer Welcome Center in Palo Alto California that answered these questions.

The gathering featured digital giants along with Monash alumni Dion Weisler, HP CEO, and Andrew Bolwell, HP Chief Disrupter, as well as Monash University’s Associate Dean, IT Faculty, Campbell Wilson and Associate Vice-President Sunny Yang.

The discussion focused on how advances in technologies such as mobility, blended reality, and 3D printing can help individuals and businesses take advantage of the potential created by these megatrends, as well as Monash University’s focus on preparing its community through innovative course offerings, commitment to employability outcomes, and insight into our alumnus career journey.

Afterwards, attendees ventured through HP’s innovative technologies and enjoyed a networking reception at HP’s headquarters in Silicon Valley.