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70. Palestra keynote “Disrupção Digital em Business”, no CLICKsummit, Lisboa, (9/abr/2016)

69. Palestra keynote “Disrupção Digital em Business”, no Encontro LaTam BOSCH, Panama City, (9/abr/2016)

68. Painel “How to digitalize learning in a non-digital environment”, no Crossknowledge Talent Conference 2016, Paris, FR, (17/mar/2016)

67. Webinar ““Going Digital”: Mudanças Decisivas em Business”, Crossknowledge, (11/fev/2015)

66. Palestra “Innovation and Creativity”, GAiN Conference, Baltimore, USA (14/fev/2014)

65. Palestra keynote “Tech Trends in Business”, GAiN Conference, Baltimore, USA (14/fev/2014)

64. Master Class “Marketing in the Digital Age”, J.Boye, Aarhus, Dinamarca (21/jan/2014)

63. Workshop “Content Marketing for Higher Education”, NUAS Conference, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Dinamarca (20/jan/2014)

62. Palestra keynote “Transmedia Storytelling in Markerting”, NUAS Conference, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Dinamarca (20/jan/2014)

61. Palestra “The Digital R(E)volution in Education” na HighEdWeb 2013, Buffalo, NY, USA

60. Participação no Hangout do Future of Storytelling New York, com Dr. Paul Zak Director, Center for Neuroeconomic Studies: “Empathy, Neurochemistry, and the Dramatic Arc” e Charles Melcher – transmissão ao vivo, mundial (27/fev/2013)

59. Workshop “Content Marketing Strategies” na Hartmann Conference 2012, Utrecht, Holanda (12/out/2012)

58. Palestra keynote “Transmedia Storytelling in Marketing” na Hartmann Conference 2012, Utrecht, Holanda (11/out/2012)

57. Palestra “Education: Impacts and Transformations in the Social Media Era” na HighEdWeb 2012, Milwakee, USA (8/out/2012)

56. Palestra “Inovação e Criatividade” no Encontro Internacional da COC-Pearson em Puntal Del Este, Uruguay (14/ago/2012)

55. Palestra “Redes Sociais: Riscos e Oportunidades” no CONAC 2012, Punta del Este, Uruguay (9/mai/2012)

54. Palestra “Transmedia Storytelling in Art”Technarte (12/abr/2012), Bilbao, Espanha

53. Palestra “Social Network: Threats and Opportunities”ISC PRE-RSA Meeting (25/fev/2012), San Francisco, USA

52. Palestra keynote “Marketing na Era Digital” para comunidade de executivos nipo-brasileiros em Nagoya, Japão (31/out/2011)

51. Apresentação de pôster “QRcodes as tools for social strategies” no HighEdWeb 2011, Austin, TX (out/2011)

50. Palestra “Social & Search” no HighEdWeb 2011, Austin, TX (out/2011)

49. Workshop Mobile Tagging as Tools for Mixed Realitis no ISEA International Symposium on Electronic Arts, Istambul, Turquia (set/2011)

48. Palestra keynote “Social and Search – two faces of the same coin” at JBoye Conference, Philadelphia, USA (maio/2011)

47. Palestra “Marketing de Búsqueda” no Encuentro Locaweb Buenos Aires (10/nov/2010)

46. Palestra “Mobile Tagging as Tools for Mixed Realities” no CR11 – Making Reality Really Real, Trondheim, Norway (6/nov/2010)

45. Apresentação do pôster “Colors on the Web: Few Things, Great Results” no HighEdWeb 2010 (12/out/2010), Cincinnati, USA

44. Palestra “Mobile Tagging & Mixed Reality” no HighEdWeb 2010 (12/out/2010), Cincinnati, USA

43. Palestra “SEO & SMO: Promoting your website” no HighEdWeb 2010 (11/out/2010), Cincinnati, USA

42. Palestra “Voice Interfaces in Electronic Art” no EVA Electronic and Virtual Arts, London, UK (6/jul/2010)

ISEA International Symposium on Electronic Arts

38, 39, 40 & 41. Conference ISEA International Symposium on Electronic Arts at Ulster University, Belfast, Ireland. Four presentations/papers: (1)“Developing Voice interfaces with Open Standards (VoiceXML) in Artworks”, (2)“Mobile Tagging and Mixed Realities in Art”, (3) “Sensitive Rose and the Mobile Tags Era”and (4) “Appealing Technologies: Friends or Friendly Enemies?” (aug/2009).

SCANZ 2009, image of Martha Gabriel presentation via Skype

37. Conference “SCANZ 2009: Raranga tangata – The Weaving Together of People” – New Plymouth, New Zealand – Presentation via Skype from Brazil to New Zealand (see picture below taken in New Zealand): “Digital Oracles and the Search Dictatorship”(feb/2009).

35 & 36. Invited by Dene Grigar & John Barber from the Digital Technology and Culture (DTC) Program at Washington State University Vancouver, WA, USA, to present the workshop“Second Life” for the students and the presentation“Digital Oracles and the Search Dictatorship” for the university library board. On Oct/9 at night, invited to present the artwork “SKINdoscope in SL” at the Northbank Artists Gallery (oct/2008).

33 & 34. Congress “HighEdWeb 2008: Infinite Solutions” – Missouri State University, Springfield, MO, USA – Presentation “Colors on the Web: Few Things, Great Results” and the poster presentation “SMO & SEO: Promoting your Website”. Annual IT congress focused on internet solutions and development (oct/2008). Winner of the “Best of Track Presentation Award in the “Poster” track.

32. Conference “Chain Reaction – 3rd Upgrade! International Meeting” – Skopje, Macedonia – Presentation:“Voice in Electronic Art: From Whistle to Speech Recognition”(sept/2008).

29, 30 & 31. Conference “ISEA 2008 – International Symposium on Electronic Arts” – Singapore Management University, Singapore – Three presentations: “Voice in Electronic Art: From Whistle to Speech Recognition”“SKINdoscope in Second Life”, and “Life and Art in Second Life” (jul/2008).

28. Conference “Counsciousness Reframed 9: New Realities, Being Syncretic” – University of Applied Arts of Vienna, Vienna, Austria – Presentation “Digital Oracles” (jul/2008).

27. Conference “ELO Conference 2008: Visionary Landscapes” – Washington State University, Vancouver, WA, USA – Presentation“Digital Oracles” (may/2008).

26. Conference “HighEdWebDev 2007: Collaborate, Participate, Innovate” – University of Rochester & RIT – Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA – Presentation “Second Life, First Impressions”, presented LIVE via Second Life (oct/2007).

25. Conference “INTERACT 2007” – Socially Resposible Interaction Conference – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Interactive poster “Voice Interfaces in Art – An Experimentation with Web Open Standards as a Model to Increase Web Accessibility and Digital Inclusion” (sept/2007).

24. Conference “CHI 2007” – Computer Human Interaction Conference – San Jose, CA, USA. Presentation “Voice in Electronic Art – From Whistle to Speech Recognition” at the workshop “Striking a C[h]ord: Vocal Interaction in Assistive Technologies, Games and More” (apr/2007).

22 & 23. Congress “HighEdWebDev 2006: Collective Intelligence” – University of Rochester & RIT – Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA – Presentations “SEO – Search Engine Optimization: Tips & Tricks” and also“VoiceXML: Talking to the Web”. Annual IT & Web congress focused on internet solutions and development (oct/2006).

21. “Upgrade!Boston – new media and the poetics of communitcation” – Art Interactive & Turbulence, Boston, USA – Presentation“Voice Mosaic, Community of Words and Digital Oracles”(aug/2006). (In the picture:Bonnie MitchellMartha GabrielJo-Anne Green and Adam Brown).

20. Congress “SIGGRAPH 2006” – The 33rd International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques – Boston, USA – presentation “Voice Mosaic”(aug/2006).

18 & 19. Congress Consciousness Reframed 8 – University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK – Presentation/paper“Voice Mosaic: Talking to the web”, and also“Community of Words” (in joint with Silvia Laurentiz). Annual conference about art and technology convened by Planetary Collegium, and chaired by Mr Roy Ascott. (jul/2006)

16 & 17. Congress “HighEdWebDev 2005: Building Conections” – University of Rochester & RIT – Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA – Workshop “Web-Human Interfaces: Colors, Multimedia, Voice & Trends” and the presentation “Aural Style Sheets: Improving Accessibility & Going Beyond”. Annual IT & Web congress focused on internet solutions and development (nov/2005). (In the picture: Martha & Steve Krug – keynote speaker of the conference author of the best seller “Don’t Make Me Think”)

15. Conference “SIGGRAPH 2005: The 32nd International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques” – Los Angeles, CA, USA – Position Paper “Voice Interfaces on the Web” presented in the Panel“WWAI: How is the Web Growing? Into a Social Super-Organism or a Mass of Disconnected Information?” (aug/2005).

13 & 14. Presentation at IAMAS (Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences) – Ogaki, Japan – Martha Gabriel with Aloice Secco and Cecilia Saito to present the art work developed in joint “No War One World”, and also Martha’s individual art work “Voice Mosaic”. Informal visit and presentation invited by Prof. Itsuo Sakane. (dec/2004).

11 & 12. CongressConsciousness Reframed 2004 – Qi & Complexity  – Beijing, China – Presentation/paper “High Tech, High Touch Web Interfaces: Colors, Multimedia and VoiceXML”, and also “No War One World” (in joint with Aloice Secco and Cecilia Saito). Annual conference about art and technology convened by Planetary Collegium, and chaired by Mr Roy Ascott. (nov/2004).

9 & 10. Congress “HighEdWebDev 2004: e-Merging Visions” – University of Rochester & RIT – Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA – Workshop “Web-Human Interfaces: Colors, Multimedia & Trends” and the presentation “VoiceXML: Talking to the Web”. Annual IT congress focused on internet solutions and development (oct/2004). “Best of Conference Presentation” Award and “Best of Track Presentation” Award in the “Technical” track.

7 & 8. Congress CUMREC 2004 – Austin, TX, USA – Invited to present “High Tech, High Touch Web Interfaces: Colors, Multimedia and VoiceXML” as Featured Presentation and to host the Special Interest Group “Web Development & Techniques”. Annual IT conference for Higher Education – an EDUCAUSE affiliate (may/2004).

5 & 6. Congress “WebdevShare 2003: Making Waves” – Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA – Presentations “Colors on the Web – Few Things, Great Results” and “Multimedia on the Web – Why, When and How”. Annual IT congress focused on internet solutions and development (oct/2003). “Best Presentation” Award in the “Content: Strategies & Design” track.

4. Congress “WebdevShare 2002: Sharing Solutions” – Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA – Presentation “Colors on the Web – Few Things, Great Results”. Annual IT congress focused on internet solutions and development (oct/2002).

3. Congress “WebdevShare 2001: A Web Odyssey” – Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA – Presentation“Multimedia Applications as Customized Browsers”. Annual IT congress focused on internet solutions and development (oct/2001).

2. Congress  “WebdevShare 2000: Evolve” – Bloomington, IN, USA – Presentation“Multimedia on the web – Vantages and Disadvantages”. Annual IT congress focused on internet solutions and development (oct/2000).

1. Congress “Web Design & Development 98” – Boston, MA, USA – Presentation “Developing Web Sites for Kids”, track “Usability”. Largest IT congress in US about development and design for the web, focused on emergent technologies and trends (sept/98).