World Economic Forum

Services for UZH employees

UZH is striving to strengthen its visibility and reputation as an internationally leading research university. The most important ambassadors of UZH and carriers of this message are the researchers, since they are ultimately responsible for the excellent reputation of our university. These allow UZH members to use the following services:

  • Region-specific advice in joining existing WEF activities and platforms
  • Networking with political, cultural or individuals that help to shape globa, regional and industry agendas
  • Organisation of public events, workshops, panel discussions or conferences with representatives of the UZH
  • Support in the search for new exchange partners

The International Relations Office will gladly give advice on cooperation possibilities with WEF platforms and initiatives.

Get involved – Become a WEF expert

The WEF Expert Network focuses on digital collaboration around key Insight Areas, covering economies, industries and global issues. Experts are encouraged to share their own research and analysis, organize around specific discussions or opportunities, and engage with existing Forum projects, events and research.

More information about the Expert Network

Get involved – Become a WEF Future Global Council

Covering the most pressing technology areas of artificial intelligence, autonomous mobility, blockchain, drones, internet of things and precision medicine, Global Fourth Industrial Revolution councils bring together more than 200 representatives from the public and private sectors, civil society and academia from around the world.

Members of the Future Global Council are senior executive-level representatives from the private and public sector, and select experts from academia in the relevant fields. They help policy-makers and businesses strike the right balance between enabling emerging technologies and proactively mitigating the social risks that can result. They will share policy and regulatory experience to amplify and scale pilot projects currently in place around the world, identify the governance gaps that need to be urgently addressed and provide strategic guidance to the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Network portfolios.

More information about the Future Global Council