The conference from Lyon with crêpes and love

The conference from Lyon
with crêpes and love

18, 19 & 20 May 2021

The conference from Lyon
with crêpes and love

18, 19 & 20 May 2021

Save the date, MiXiT comes back from 18th to 20th of May 2021

Due to uncertainties related to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), we’re still not able to organise a physical edition this year. But while waiting for things to be back to normal, we wanted to have a special online edition based on what we fancy the most in the team: alien keynotes.

How to participate ?

Registration for this year edition is now opened. Two types of tickets are available: the first one at 5 euros covers technical costs, the second one at 10 euros allows you to support us financially, hoping that for next year’s edition we will be back in person, with unlimited crêpes.


2021 schedule

We want this conference to be more than an IT conference gathering our whole ecosystem: we want it to be accessible (notably by its price), to open it towards broader subjects than our daily routines, with speakers from outside of the field (our aliens).

This year we are very happy to welcome:

Tuesday 18 may 2021

Associate Professor in Artificial Intelligence at Grenoble-Alpes University since 2010.
Enseignant chercheur and directeur adjoint in the department of design at École normale supérieure Paris-Saclay.
Journalist and director, author of « The Rare Metals War: The Dark Side of Clean Energy and Digital Technologies ».

Wednesday 19 may 2021

Professor of Sociology at Télécom Paris and Associate Researcher at the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences. His research focuses on computer-mediated communication, labour, and fundamental rights.
Computer scientist and teacher in Geneva University, author of « Les oubliées du numérique ».
Game developer, creator of « Baba Is You ».

Thursday 20 may 2021

Journaliste pour RFI, France 24, MCD. Spécialiste de la recherche sur le numérique et de son développement en Afrique.
Co-founder of /e/, open source, privacy-enabled smartphone operating systems.
Cybersecurity specialist, co-founder of Defensive Lab Agency.
Lecturer for Berkeley Computer Science.