How was TechExpo 2018?
Watch the keynote address by Apple’s Eddy Cue.
TechExpo 2018 is almost here!
Answers to your burning questions.
TechExpo is this Friday the 13th! Breakfast starts at 8:00am and the first sessions start at 9am. Are you ready? Here are some common questions answered.
Can I still register?
TechExpo is at capacity. However, you may use the registration link to join our wait list. If you are already registered and can’t attend, please cancel your registration using the instructions on your confirmation email.
Can we register for specific sessions?
No. You may attend any sessions you like once you are registered to attend. Read the descriptions here. However, event registration does require an RSVP for lunch if you plan to eat with us.
I’m still confused about parking, where do I go?
There are several options this year including parking deck, shuttle and walking distance lots. Visit the parking page for the latest.
Will there be a photo booth this year?
Yes, the “Conquer your Fears” themed booth will be set-up inside at the event. Be sure to stop by for your commemorative digital photo. All photos are posted to Box after the event and are available for download.
Are there any change to the prize wheel?
Yes! The wheel has gone electronic. This year everyone who spins gets a prize. No more prize wheel raffle. Prizes will be picked up at corresponding vendor tables.
Will there be a signature card for a prize like last year?
Yes, in effort to “Conquer your Fears” and meet new people at TechExpo, you may participate in the signature card prize drawing for a chance to win a KindleFire. Just pick up a card at check-in, get signatures throughout the event and drop it in the box before you leave.
Can I submit photos of the event that I take?
Yes, you may email them to our box folder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I watch the keynote address if I’m not there?
If you can’t attend, you may watch the keynote address by Apple’s Eddy Cue via WebEx at:
Topic: TechExpo 2018 – Keynote Stream
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Time: 12:30 pm, Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
Session number: 738 547 461
Session password: techexpo2018
To join the training session
- Go to https://dukeuniversity.webex.com/dukeuniversity/k2/j.php?MTID=td77a4fe04021c44635f901f75a9f23fc
- Enter your name and email address (or registration ID).
- Enter the session password: techexpo2018
- Click “Join Now”.
- Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.
TechExpo 2018 is now open!
Register here: http://rsvp.duke.edu/d/8tq2zp
TechExpo2018, April, Friday the 13th, 8am-5pm.
Register between today and April 6th if you’d like lunch provided at the conference. We are expecting a full house. If you register, but find out later that you are unable to attend, please be sure to cancel your reservation using the link provided in your confirmation email. This will open a space for others who wish to attend.
Volunteers: Want to help out at the event and get a fashionable t-shirt? Click the box that says you are willing to volunteer. We’ll be in touch when the sign-up sheets are posted.
You are not registered if you do not receive a confirmation email! If you do not receive a confirmation email, please retry registering. If you continue to experience trouble, send us an email at email@example.com
Visit the registration website for parking information and our keynote speaker. We will be providing session information soon.
Apple VP Eddy Cue TechExpo keynote
Eddy Cue will be the keynote speaker at TechExpo 2018. Cue graduated from Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Economics.
Call for Proposals due January 26
We need your heroic, informative, and possibly spooky stories about how to “Conquer your Fears” in technology for TechExpo2018. Let the horrors and triumph’s flow free.
Give us your best proposals.
Please submit abstracts (100-150 words) for a presentation, talk, lab, or poster presentation. You may do so at https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2c45nLImDlAE5yB by January 26th.
Conquer your fears – TechExpo 2018