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Sci-Vi Conference 2020

November 27, 2020 – Visualisation and animation in science dissemination 

2020 Theme: ‘Science for Society – Visual storytelling in science dissemination’.

Free online Sci-Vi Conference

The Sci-Vi Conference facilitates knowledge exchange and networking between researchers and visual storytellers.

Sci-Vi is a new initiative seeking to explore and unfold science dissemination as a field, to improve science communication and focus on science productions through visualization and animation. The initiative will strengthen the cooperation between scientists and visual storytellers, and investigates potentials and possibilities in a broad community. Sci-Vi cultivates community, knowledge exchange, professional and academic matchmaking, initiates research and development within the field. The conference brings together researchers, animators and visual storytellers to discuss, exchange knowledge and learn from state-of-the-art case studies and ongoing research projects.

The conference is focusing on these issues:

• 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 visual and cognition?

• How do we strengthen the cooperation between scientists and visual storytellers? -incl. examples of partnerships.

SCI-VI Conference 2020 – Visualization and animation in science dissemination

Science for Society – Visual storytelling in science dissemination
The short formats

Venue: Online Sci-Vi Conference Platform (Link in welcome mail one week before the conference).

Science Visualization # Visual approach to visionary research, # bridge-building between
visual storytellers and researchers, # The force of imagination, # how can we use narratives
when we communicate research? # How can funds help visual dissemination # Film language
as a global tool for communication #Viborg Animation Festival 2020- UNIFY!

Link for program and registration: https://www.animationsfestival.dk/professions/#/event/sci-vi-conference

 

Program 2020:

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Sci-Vi Conference 2020 Science for Society – Visual storytelling in science disseminationNovember 27th, 2020
Venue: Sci-Vi Conference Platform

#Science Visualization # Visual approach to visionary research, # bridge-building between visual storytellers and researchers, # The force of imagination, # how can we use narratives when we communicate research? # How can funds help visual dissemination # Film language as global tool for communication #Viborg Animation Festival 2020- UNIFY!

PROGRAMME

10.00-10.15 Welcome to Sci-Vi Conference 2020

Sia Søndergaard/ The Animation Workshop/VIA UC and Henrik Semb/DanStem Executive Director, Professor of Human Stem Cell Biology

10.15-10.45 Framing Sci-Vi

Peter Vistisen/Associate Professor, PhD. Department of Communication & Psychology, Center for Interactive Digital Media & Experience Design

10-45-11.15 Sci-Vi Cases and Collaborations – live recording:

– Clima! – Ted-Ed productions and collaboration 2020
Agota Vegso/Sci-Vi Producer at the TED-Ed collaboration and Mette Ilene Holmriis/Ted-Ed Animator

– Ph.d Cup 2020, New experience with animation in the live-show at DR2

Ida Marie Daugård/ Redaktør, DR Event & Partnerskaber

– New People, A poetic entrance to Eske Willerslevs research

Cosimo Miorelli/ Visual Artist and Sia Søndergaard/ producer on New People

– SoMe Science – works to create more interest in science and facts among young people. SoMe Science is carried out in collaboration with DR, DTU, Theater PLAY Comedy Club, SplayOne, DTU Space and is supported by the Novo Nordisk Foundation.
Lars Ostenfeld/Producer

– Sci-Vi productions from DanStem – a unique visual science lab

Naomi Dayan/Senior consultant and Abigail Laura Jackson/ Assistant professor The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Stem Cell Biology (DanStem) Charlotte Bailey/former researcher at DanStem

– ANIDOX – a creative platform for the development and production of animated documentary projects. https://anidox.com/anidox-lab/
Case: The Human galaxy – An animated documentary about the plasticity of the human brain and how we perceive reality.

Nana Torp/ Producer and participant at the animation documentary professional training program at ANIDOX:LAB

11.15-12.00 Break

12.00-14.30 Sci-Vi Cases and Collaborations – in Sci-Vi chat rooms without camera

Sci- Vi Case speaks is now available online at the Sci-Vi Conference Platform to be watched with the possibility to write-chat with the speakers and other participants. Get inspired, ask questions, reflect and meet new people.

14.30-15.00 Roundup and dialog about how we can build a bridge between scientists and visual storytellers and build up sustainable communities

Facilitator: Lars Rønnow Torp/ Executive Producer at Thin Green Line Productions, former Editor in Chief of DR VIDEN

 

At the online-table:

Maja Horst, Cand.comm., (RUC) Ph.D. (CBS). Professor of responsible technology and innovation at DTU. Research Field: Science and Technology Studies

Anne Marie Engel/Novo Nordisk Fonden, Programme Director, MD, PhD

Morten Thorning, Creator of The Animation Workshop/VIA UC and board member in Vision Denmark

Henriette Svenstrup – project manager The Animation Strategy, Viborg Municipality

 

Partners:

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