Current highlights include:


Caroline S. Wagner, Associate Professor, Milton & Roslyn Wolf Chair in International Affairs John Glenn College of Public Affairs Ohio State University, will deliver the conference Keynote. Knowledge creation, dissemination, and application are at the core of Dr. Wagner’s research. She is particularly interested in collaborative efforts to conduct research, development, and innovation.

Measuring Tech Emergence Special Session and Contest Award

Noting rich synergies among analyses treating different facets of tech emergence, the VPInstitute is currently sponsoring a Measuring Tech Emergence“contest” to generate novel and viable indicators. We look forward to presenting contest winners at GTM2019 as well as a special session showcasing the variety of approaches.

TechMining for Global Good

For the past three years, the Global TechMining Conference has presented a TechMining for Global Good award recognizing steadfast TechMining-enabled efforts to advance decision-making processes and policy options on typically under-resourced issues of global importance. Nominations for the 2019 award as well as information on past winners can be found at