Intel Ireland launched its Sponsors of Tomorrow technology exhibition in the Science Gallery as part of Dublin City of Science 2012.  The exhibition features Intel’s latest products and designs for the future, offering the public the opportunity to experience the intelligence and vision the future holds.  The Sponsors of Tomorrow Expo travels the world visiting all Intel sites, but significantly this is the first time it has ever been shown to the public.   Students from Fionnbarra Naofa B.N.S in Cabra West, one of Intel’s eSchools, were in attendance at the launch.

Commenting at the launch, Lucinda Creighton TD, Minister of State for European Affairs, said, “It is fantastic that Intel has chosen Ireland as the first country in the world to show its Sponsors of Tomorrow Expo to the public.  The exhibit gives a glimpse into the exciting technology of the future we can expect to experience and is sure to capture the imagination of students.  The technology sector continues to be a major employer in Ireland and this event will help to inspire young people to pursue careers in STEM related sectors.”

Eamonn Sinnott, General Manager Intel Ireland and Vice President Technology Manufacturing Group, said, “What you see here today is the Sponsors of Tomorrow Expo, which travels the world across all Intel sites showing employees how our technology and our products impact the world.  Today, in the Science Gallery, as part of Dublin City of Science 2012, I am so proud to able to bring this amazing exhibition of Intel Technology, as a showcase to the public for the first time ever. I think Dublin as City of Science is a very fitting occasion for this to happen as we help to stimulate public awareness of, and interest in, science and technology.”

Some of the technology at the exhibit includes a robot running on the latest Intel technology, an augmented reality demonstration where users can drive their own formula one racing car, 3D sports activities such as surfing and snowboarding, touchscreen technology and concept tablets, ultrabooks, smartphones and gaming technology of the future.

The Sponsors of Tomorrow Expo forms part of Intel’s participation in the Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF) 2012 conference.  Intel Ireland is the sponsor of the Careers Programme of the Euroscience Open Forum 2012, Europe’s largest science event, which is scheduled to take place in the Convention Centre Dublin from 11th – 15th July 2012.  Over 5,000 researchers, policy makers and international science media are expected to attend. The unique programme will provide researchers with an opportunity to listen to and interact with leading scientists, from across the globe.

Intel’s involvement in ESOF 2012 will also include a keynote address by Dr. Genevieve Bell Intel Fellow, Intel Labs Director of Interaction & Experience Research; hosting a seminar on “Academia to Industry, the challenges”; and a careers exhibition to promote Intel as an employer of choice.

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