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SCI-VI Conference 

Visualisation and Animation in Science Dissemination

SCI-VI Conference 2021 – “Science for Society in our spaces and places”

Venue: Parolesalen, Kasernevej 8-10., Viborg, Denmark
Date: 1st of October 2021 (Friday) 09:00 – 17:00

 

#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 2021

 

Link for program and registration coming soon!

 

The SCI-VI Conference focuses on visualization and animation in science dissemination, this year under the headline “Science for Society in our spaces and places”

The Sci-Vi Conference facilitates knowledge exchange and networking between researchers in different fields and visual storytellers, seeking to explore and unfold visual science dissemination as a field. Sci-Vi is an initiative at The Animation Workshop/VIA UC seeking to explore and unfold visual science dissemination as a field, to improve science communication and focus on science productions through visualization and animation.

This year’s conference will focus on scientific dissemination in museums, in the cityscape, and other of our places and spaces.

The Sci-Vi conference brings together researchers, animators, and visual storytellers, curators, and producers to discuss, exchange knowledge and learn from state-of-the-art case studies and ongoing research projects.

The Sci-Vi Conference facilitate knowledge exchange and networking between researchers and 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 the visual and cognition?

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

SCHEDULE

 

9:00 JOIN VIBORG ANIMATION FESTIVAL (VAF) FOR A GLASS OF BUBBLES /9:00 – 10:30/ Join us for Champagne Brunch in Tinghallen

A croissant and casual networking with the creative industries of Viborg, Viborg Kommune, jury members, conference guests, and the VAF team. (Please note: the champagne breakfast takes place at Tinghallen foyer, Tingvej 2, 8800 Viborg)

 

10:45 WELCOME TO SCI VI CONFERENCE 2021 /10:45 – 11:00// Sia Søndergaard Head of Sci-Vi initiative, The Animation Workshop VIA UC

(Parolesalen, Kasernevej 8-10, 8800 Viborg)

 

11:00 WHY RESEARCH COMMUNICATION – AND HOW? /11:00 – 11:45// Gitte Gravengaard, Associate Professor, PhD within Communications, Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen.

 

11:45 SCI-VI SCREENINGS FROM THE COMMUNITY /11:45 – 12:00/ Sci-Vi screenings from the community

 

12:00 LUNCH BREAK /12:00 – 12:00/

 

12:00 SPACE CASES /12:00 -/

 

12:00 FROM SHORTFILM TO DOME – EXPERIENCE AND VISUAL DISSEMINATION AT THE SCIENCE MUSEUMS IN AARHUS /12:00 – 12:30// Linda Greve, Head of Learning at The Science Museums, Aarhus University. PhD in knowledge communication, master’s degree in Rhetoric and Theology.

 

12:30 EMOTIONAL SPATIAL EXPERIENCES /12:30 – 12:45// Mathias Foot, B.A. Interactive Media Design, Exhibition Designer at Kiel Zoologisches Museum

 

12:45 PERSPECTIVES IN MULTIUSER VR EXPERIENCES /12:45 – 13:00// Hannibal Glaser, Project Manager of Game Hub Denmark: Viborg and Phenomenal Viborg

 

13:00 3 KINGS – A GROUND-BREAKING VIRTUAL REALITY THEATRE, FROM WHITE HOLE THEATER IN COLLABORATION WITH VIBORG MUNICIPALITY AND LATE LOVE PRODUCTION /13:00 – 13:15// Lana Tankosa Nikolic, producer at Late Love Production

 

13:15 MY WAY INTO STEM-CELL RESEARCH AS A VISUAL ARTIST – PROCESS AND EXPERIENCE /13:15 – 13:30// Cosimo Miorelli, visual artist Berlin

 

13:30 COFFEE BREAK /13:30 – 13:45/

 

13:45 BALANCING EXPERIENCE AND ENLIGHTENMENT IN INTERACTIVE MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS – CASE STUDY FROM THE NORTHSEA OCENARIUM /13:45 – 14:15// Peter Vistisen, PhD in Strategic Design, Associate Professor, Department of Communication and Psychology and Centre for Interactive Digital Media & Experience Design

 

14:15 MAPPING ANIMATION POSSIBILITIES IN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION /14:15 – 14:45// Ágota Végsö, PhD student in Digital Media at NOVA FCSH Lisboa

 

14:45 WRAP UP /14:45 – 15:00/