october, 2021

01oct09:0015:00SCI-VI Conference 2021The conference focuses on visualization and animation in science dissemination09:00 - 15:00 Parolesalen

SCI-VI Conference 2021

Event Details

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.

Sci-Vi is supported by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science

Schedule

    • Day 1
    • 01/10/2021
    • 9:00 Join Viborg Animation Festival (VAF) for a glass of bubbles9:00 - 10:30Join 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 202110:45 - 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 community11:45 - 12:00Sci-Vi screenings from the community

    • 12:00 Lunch break12:00 - 12:00

    • 12:00 SPACE CASES12:00 -

    • 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 experiences12:30 - 12:45// Mathias Foot, B.A. Interactive Media Design, Exhibition Designer at Kiel Zoologisches Museum

    • 12:45 Perspectives in multiuser VR experiences12:45 - 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 Production13:00 - 13:15// Lana Tankosa Nikolic, producer at Late Love Production

    • 13:15 My way into stem-cell research as a visual artist – process and experience13:15 - 13:30// Cosimo Miorelli, visual artist Berlin

    • 13:30 Coffee break13:30 - 13:45

    • 13:45 Balancing experience and enlightenment in interactive museum exibitions - Case study from the Northsea ocenarium13:45 - 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 Communication14:15 - 14:45// Ágota Végsö, PhD student in Digital Media at NOVA FCSH Lisboa

    • 14:45 Wrap up14:45 - 15:00

Time

(Friday) 09:00 - 15:00

Location

Parolesalen

Kasernevej 8-10

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Speakers for this event

  • Cosimo Miorelli

    Cosimo Miorelli

    Visual Artist, Berlin

    Cosimo Miorelli • CZM (Biella, Italy, 1986) is a Berlin-based illustrator and live-painter. He explores and mixes diverse graphic storytelling media: illustration, live-painting, animation, comics and traditional painting. His research focuses on live performances and multimedia storytelling, including theatre productions and animated videos for museums and documentary films. CZM has collaborated with musicians, writers and performers on live performances and multimedia projects in various EU countries. More recently his work has been employed in the field of science dissemination. CZM also creates illustrated covers for books and graphic novels for Italian publishers.

    URL www.cosimomiorelli.com

    Visual Artist, Berlin

  • Gitte Gravengaard

    Gitte Gravengaard

    Associate Professor, PhD within Communications, Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen.

    Gravengaard has worked with research communication for many years. She has performed research within the area, has facilitated a range of courses and workshops on the topic – and she has recently published a book on research communication – Forskningskommunikation – with her co-author Anders Monrad Rendtorff.

    Associate Professor, PhD within Communications, Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen.

  • Hannibal Glaser

    Hannibal Glaser

    Games and XR, Phenomenal Viborg

    Hannibal Glaser is project manager and producer at The Animation Workshop specialising in games, XR and business development. He is one of the founders of Phenomenal Viborg, an initiative that aims to broaden general public access to immersive media and XR through the development of next-generation location-based experiences (LBE).

    Games and XR, Phenomenal Viborg

  • Lana Tankosa Nikolic

    Lana Tankosa Nikolic

    Educational Coordinator at The Animation Workshop, VIA University College

    Educational Coordinator at The Animation Workshop, VIA University College

  • Linda Greve

    Linda Greve

    Head of Learning at The Science Museums, Aarhus University

    Linda Greve is Head of Learning at The Science Museums, Aarhus University. She holds a PhD in knowledge communication as well as a master’s degree in Rhetoric and Theology. At The Science Museums her vision is to enable children in understanding and identifying with science through play and embodied experiences. The Science Museums is a part of Faculty of Natural Sciences, Aarhus University. The three museums are: The Danish Museum of the History of Science, Steno Museum, The Greenhouses in Botanical Gardens and Ole Rømer-Observatory.

    Head of Learning at The Science Museums, Aarhus University

  • Mathias Foot

    Mathias Foot

    Visual Designer

    I am a Visual Designer, lecturer and Art Director based in Kiel. My passion for the ocean led me into the field of Science Communication. At the Zoologisches Museum in Kiel I focus on interactive spatial experiences and Motion Graphics.

    Visual Designer

  • Sia Søndergaard

    Sia Søndergaard

    project manager The Animation Workshop / VIA University College

    Project manager and Producer at The Animation Workshop / VIA University College in the departments Research, Development and Projects + Center for Animation, Visualization and Digital Storytelling (www.animwork.dk). Sia is the Head of the Sci-Vi initiative – Science Visualization (www.scivi.dk), and project manager in the pedagogical department Animated Learning Lab.

    URL www.animwork.dk; www.scivi.dk

    project manager The Animation Workshop / VIA University College

Partners

UNESCO Creative City of Media Arts - Viborg logo
UNESCO Creative City of Media Arts – Viborg
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The Animation Workshop
Vision DK
Vision DK
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Arsenalet
Aalborg Universitet
Aalborg Universitet
VILD - Visual Studios and Learning Design
VILD – Visual Studios and Learning Design
SCI-VI
SCI-VI
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