Imagine a day filled with brilliant speakers, thought provoking videos and mind blowing conversations.
A TEDx event is a local gathering where live TED-like talks and videos previously recorded at TED conferences are shared with the community. TEDx Events are fully planned and coordinated independently, on a community-by-community basis. The content and design of each TEDx Event is uniquely and developed independently, but all of them have features in common.
By attending a TEDx event, you participate in a gathering that will unleash new ideas, inspire, and inform.
Bringing ideas that inspire within the Philippine Community
TEDxADMU is an independently organized event that serves as an avenue that brings together the movers and shakers of society to spread ideas that inspire and inform within the Philippine community.
“There are no facts, only interpretations.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
Individuals create interpretations, from interpretations stem unique perspectives. We live in a world filled with individuals of vastly different views, each one with their own understanding of the various objects around us. Individuals see things from where they stand, but this perspective then limits what is to what we see. In our fifth annual TEDxADMU, we invite everyone to broaden our horizons and see things through others' Viewpoints.
We make sure we get the most inspiring, thought-provoking speakers every year.
Founder & CEO Haraya Labs
Paolo Espiritu is one of the microsatellite engineers who developed DIWATA-1, the Philippines’ first microsatellite. He is an alumnus of the University of the Philippines Diliman with a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering, specializing in robotics systems and 3D printing technology. In 2014, he founded Narra 3D, a 3D printing company that lets inventors make their designs into real-life products. Currently, he is finishing his Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering at Tohoku University in Japan, focusing on spacecraft attitude control systems. His most recent venture Haraya Labs aims to make STEM education more accessible to Filipino students by creating free educational platforms in virtual reality where students can enjoy learning.
President & CEO of FELTA Multi-Media
Mylene Abiva is currently the President/CEO of FELTA Multi-Media Inc. FELTA is a 50-year-old company engaged in introducing innovative instructional materials and educational devices for school technology. FELTA is the Education Solution Provider of INTEL Education since 2012. In 2009, she was the President of the Philippine Marketing Association. Then, in 2014, She was awarded as an ASEAN Business Leader (Woman Category). She was also awarded as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World last year.
Stay tuned as more speakers will be announced soon.
How to Pay
Registration is now closed. For accepted applicants, the details for payment are below.
On-Campus Ticket Claiming
Delivery Ticket Claiming*
On-Campus Ticket Claiming
Delivery Ticket Claiming*
* Having the tickets delivered will incur an additional PHP 100.00 charge.
All cash payments will be made in the Ateneo de Manila University. Please proceed to the Room 321 of the Manuel V. Pangilinan Building in the Loyola Schools Campus to pay for your ticket. Official representatives from the Ateneo Junior Marketing Association, the organizers of TEDxADMU, will assist you.
Afterwards, please prepare your payment, and give it to the representative. Once again, for on-campus claiming of tickets, students pay PHP 1,000, while professionals pay PHP 1,200.
Once payment has been made, you will have to fill out the Post-Payment Form in the designated laptop. This is for the organizers' reference in keeping track of the attendees who have paid.
Afterwards, you will be handed your ticket. You will also be texted regarding the receipt of your payment. Please take note that you need to bring the ticket with you on the event date. We will not be liable should you lose the ticket that has been provided.
Note: We will only be accepting cash payments from 9:00AM - 5:00PM every weekday except on February 5 and February 25 which are both Ateneo holidays. For February 13 - 17, ticket claiming will be in SEC-A Foyer in the Loyola Schools Campus.
All bank deposit payments can be made in any Metrobank Branch. Please proceed to the branch that is most convenient for you.
Once there, please fill out a Payment Slip. Refer to the following instructions as a guide:
Please tick the Peso Billing checkbox.
For the Date, please write the date that corresponds to the Date of Payment.
For the Company Name, please write Ateneo de Manila University.
For the Account Name, please write your Full Name.
For the Reference Number, please write TEDxADMU.
For the Subscriber Number, please write 115064.
Fill out the remaining details on your own.
Afterwards, please prepare your payment, and go to the nearest bank teller with your Payment Slip. Please check the ticket prices section above to make sure you pay the right amount.
After paying, you will be texted regarding the receipt of your payment. You will also be notified of the tracking number for the shipping of your ticket should you decide to have it delivered.
For over the counter ticket claiming, please proceed to Room 321 of the Manuel V. Pangilinan Building in the Loyola Schools Campus. Afterwards, present your Payment Slip to the our representative to receive your ticket. Please take note that you need to bring the ticket with you on the event date. We will not be liable should you lose the ticket that has been provided.
For deliveries, the ticket will then be delivered to the Mailing Address you have indicated in the Confirmation Online Form. Please take note that you need to bring the ticket with you on the event date. We will not be liable should you lose the ticket that has been provided.
Please do not lose your copy of the Payment Slip. Should there be any problems in the receipt of your payment, we will have to ask you to email to us a copy of it as proof.
Last March 13, 2016, TEDxADMU launched their fourth and latest installment at the Newport Performing Arts Theatre in Resorts World Manila with an audience of over 1,400 people, making TEDxADMU 2016 the biggest TEDx event held in the Philippines yet.
The theme for TEDxADMU 2016 was The Questions We Have To Ask. For as long as we can remember, we have been part of a society: a society we interact with and traverse each and every day. A society that is deviant and diverse from the next, a society where certain issues are left unexamined and unquestioned. The time has come for humanity’s existence, beliefs, and norms––amidst the issues in its society––to be challenged. Last TEDxADMU, the team has invited everyone to delve into a deeper sense of humanity and the stigmas that are associated with it.
“It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied into a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one destiny, affects all indirectly.”
― Martin Luther King Jr.
TEDxADMU’s third annual event held last February 21, 2015 at the Irwin Lee Theatre, focused on how the collective “we” can benefit society. It aimed to emphasize the intrinsic connection of people with one another, and how together, we can aim towards community and nation-building, and actually make a difference.
A journey of self-introspection put together by the youth geared towards mobilizing the same generation - the youth, the change-makers and the future. Are we simply the so-called "selfie" generation, or is there more?
Themed “Project I,” TEDxADMU’s second installment emphasized on how the self, even as a work in progress, has the power to engage minds and create meaningful change in the community. Held on December 14, 2013, the “I” was revealed as both a projection of the self to the world, and as a project that is challenged to take a journey of self-introspection in order to grow.
But who is the "I"? From Building the Nation, it aims to take a step back in order to move forward and look into building the self
"Hindi nag-uumpisa ang iyong mga pangarap kapag matanda ka na. Nag-uumpisa iyan ngayon." - Sabrina Ongkiko
TEDxADMU’s first ever event was held back in January 12, 2013, in the Henry Lee Irwin Theater. The event garnered around 500 attendees. IgNation particularly focused on nation building, and how every single act we do can benefit the greater good. Participants were given the opportunity to light a fire, ignite the nation, to plant a seed, and grow the nation, and through this talk, they were able to find dedication.
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