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Sci-Vi Conference 2017

September 29, 2017
Place: Poul Gernes salen, VIA University College, Prinsens Allé 2,  8800 Viborg

The Animation Workshop/VIA University College (TAW) & Research Center Visual Studies and Learning Designs/AAU (ViLD) invites you to a seminar on animation and visual research dissemination.

  • Can cooperation between researchers and visual storytellers strengthen research dissemination and to what level?
  • How can we use narratives when we communicate research?
  • What is the relationship between the visual and cognition?
  • How do we strengthen the cooperation between scientists and visual storytellers? -incl. examples of partnerships.

The Sci-Vi conference will commence with opening remarks from the Danish Minister of Culture, Mette Bock, about the importance of art and creativity in science and research.

Program 2017:

SciVi 2017

Programme

9:00 – 9:30:
CHECK IN
Coffee and light breakfast

09.30-09.45:
OPENING
The conference is opened by Danish Minister of Culture, Mette Bock.

09.45-10.00:
WELCOME
Tor Nørretranders, Science journalist and author, Denmark

10.00-10.30:
FRAMING – DISSEMINATION THROUGH ANIMATION
Peter Vistisen, Assistant Professor, Aalborg University, Denmark

10.30-11.00:
SCIENTIFIC ANIMATION
Katherine Knack, Science Director at XVIVO – The Premier Creator of Medical Animation
and Scientific Media, United States

11.00-11.15:
Break

11.15-11.45:
ANIMATED SCIENCE – ANIMATION WORTH SHARING- TED ED AND TAW
Gerta Xhelo, producer at TED-Ed Productions, TED Conferences, United States
Henrik Malmgren, Director & animator, GoodJobStudios, Denmark

11.45-12.15:
ANIDOX – ANIMATED DOCUMENTARY – DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTS
Michelle Kranot, Filmmaker and producer at ANIDOX, The Animation Workshop/VIA University College, Denmark
Anne Katrine Hansen, Visual anthropologist and filmmaker, Denmark

12.15-13.00:
LUNCH

13.00-13.45:
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN VISUAL STORYTELLERS AND SCIENTISTS
Anders Morgenthaler, Cartoonist, Writer, Director and TV-host, Denmark
Eugene Simon Polzik, Professor at QUANTOP, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Bastian Leonhardt Strube, Independent Animator and Producer at Arsenalet, Viborg

13.45-14.15:
QUANTUM MOVES – Winner of the Research Dissemination Award 2017
Jacob Friis Sherson, Associated Professor, CODER, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, Denmark

14.15-14.30:
THE FASHIONABLE QUANTUM WORLD – KVANTE KARINA / QUANTUM KATE
Thorbjørn Christoffersen, Animator and Animation Director at We Love People, Denmark. Francesco Sannino, Professor and Director at CP3-Origins, Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics Phenomenology, SDU Bastian

14.30-14.45:
COFFEE BREAK

14.45-15.15:
VISUAL DISSEMINATION ROOMS
Live broadcast animation at Ph.D. CUP, Lasse Andersen, CEO at Dark Matters, Denmark

15.15-16.00 
ROUND OFF
Tor Nørretranders: Art and science – The Link Age
How do we strengthen the development environments and the cooperation between visual storytellers and researchers?

16.00-17.30 
NETWORKING
Networking, wine and audiovisual live performance about quantum physics by artist Cosimo Miorelli, Italy