Public Awareness of Research Infrastructures

from Thursday, 18 June 2015 (11:00) to Friday, 19 June 2015 (17:00)
Garching (near Munich), Germany (European Southern Observatory)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
18 Jun 2015
19 Jun 2015
AM
11:00 Guided tour (until 11:30) (European Southern Observatory)
09:00
Plenary talk (until 09:30) (Eridanus Auditorium)
09:00 Stakeholder Engagement in Big Science - Dr John Womersley (STFC)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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09:30
Parallel Session 4 (until 10:45) (Fornax council room)
09:30 Session opening   (Fornax council room)
09:35 SwissFEL – meeting the target groups´ needs - Martina Gröschl (Paul Scherrer Institute)   (Fornax council room)
09:50 From dust to a new scientific dawn... - Mrs Isabelle Boscaro-Clarke (Head of Communications and Public Engagement)   (Fornax council room)
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10:05 In-kind Contributions as a Means to Ensure Socio-Economic Return of Large Scale Facilities: The Partner and Industry Campaign of ESS - Mr Allen Weeks (The European Spallation Source ESS AB) Ms Ute Gunsenheimer (The European Spallation Source ESS AB)   (Fornax council room)
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10:20 Growing interest, keeping momentum, managing expectations: PR challenges of communicating on one of the most fascinating science adventures of the 21st century… soon to be… - Mr William Garnier (SKA Organisation)   (Fornax council room)
10:30 Round-table discussion   (Fornax council room)
09:30
Parallel Session 5a (until 10:45) (Eridanus Auditorium)
09:30 Session opening   (Eridanus Auditorium)
09:35 NMI3: communication beyond and within the European consortium of neutron and muon facilities - Ines Crespo   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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09:50 Engaging the Spanish public about synchrotron light capacities - Ms ANA BELEN MARTINEZ (ALBA SYNCHROTRON)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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10:05 Implementing the communication plan in the distributed Research Infrastructure CERIC-ERIC - Ms Nicoletta Carboni (CERIC-ERIC)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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10:20 Public communication structure enhances scientists’ public engagement. A comparative assessment. - Dr Claudia Loaiza Escutia (University of the Basque Country)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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10:35 When failure becomes a strong communication opportunity or how to build an authentic brand - Oana Sandu (ESO partner)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
10:45 --- Coffee Break ---
11:15
Parallel Session 5b (until 12:30) (Eridanus Auditorium)
11:15 Opening of session   (Eridanus Auditorium)
11:20 How STFC communicates the impact of its large-scale facilities - Claire Dougan (Science and Technology Facilities Council)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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11:35 Opening Up access to JRC’s European Commission RIs: Experience from DG RTD’s Transnational Access funded programs - Mr Fabio Federico Taucer (European Commission)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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11:50 Challenges and Opportunities of ESO's Science Communication - Lars Lindberg Christensen (European Southern Observatory)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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12:05 How Did the Higgs Boson Become a Rock Star? - Mr Arnaud MARSOLLIER (CERN)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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12:20 Round-table discussion   (Eridanus Auditorium)
11:15
Parallel Session 6 (until 12:30) (Fornax council room)
11:15 Session opening   (Fornax council room)
11:20 Juggling acts: how to maintain existing audiences and reach new ones using social media - Mrs Isabelle Boscaro-Clarke (Head of Communications and Public Engagement) Ms Laura Holland (Diamond Light Source)   (Fornax council room)
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11:40 New channels, new formats, new content. Stories about the construction of a great new instrument. - Dr Ina Helms (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin) Dr Antonia Roetger (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)   (Fornax council room)
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12:00 The SKA: how to leverage social media for a global project with distributed infrastructure - Mr Mathieu Isidro (SKA Organisation)   (Fornax council room)
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12:20 Round-table discussion   (Fornax council room)
PM
12:00 --- Registration ---
13:30 --- Speed Networking ---
14:00
Plenary talk (until 14:20) ()
14:20
Plenary talk (until 14:50) (Eridanus Auditorium)
14:20 Of Dogs and Cats – The Communication Challenge for Scientists and Politicians - Claus Madsen (ESO)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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14:50
Plenary talk (until 15:20) (Eridanus Auditorium)
14:50 CERN - Education and Outreach - Rolf Landua (CERN)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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15:20 --- Coffee break ---
16:00
Parallel Session 1 (until 18:00) (Eridanus Auditorium)
16:00 Session opening - Dr Antonia Roetger (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
16:05 Deficit, dialogue and beyond: How should research infrastructures relate to their publics? - Dr Sarah Davies (University of Copenhagen)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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16:20 Open doors with a difference... - Mrs Isabelle Boscaro-Clarke (Head of Communications and Public Engagement) Ms Laura Holland (Diamond Light Souce)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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16:35 Partnerships for engagement – maximising resources, maximising results - Mrs Isabelle Boscaro-Clarke (Head of Communications and Public Engagement) Ms Laura Holland (Diamond Light Source)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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16:50 The Influence of Social Movements on Large Research Infrastructures - Ms Hannah Harris (Wellesley College) Dr Pedro Russo (Leiden University)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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17:05 Engaging People for increased awareness - transforming Public Relations (PR) to Human Relations (HR) - Ms Isabel Machado (INL -International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory) Prof. Lars Montelius (INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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17:20 Using travelling exhibitions to reach national audiences - Mr Terence O'CONNOR (Science and Technology Facilities Council) Mr Dan Hillier (STFC) Dr Sophy Palmer (RAL STFC) Mr Mark Wells (STFC)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
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17:35 Round-table discussion - Dr Antonia Roetger (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)   (Eridanus Auditorium)
16:00
Parallel Session 2 (until 18:00) (Fornax council room)
16:00 Session opening   (Fornax council room)
16:05 How to interest the not interested - Mrs Dagmar Baroke (Paul Scherrer Institut)   (Fornax council room)
16:35 Focus on users: PR for the Committees Research with Synchrotron Radiation, Neutrons and Nuclear Probes and Ion Beams (www.sni-portal.de) - Dr Karin Griewatsch (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel)   (Fornax council room)
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16:50 Engaging Teachers with Large Research Facilities - Ms Tania Johnston (STFC)   (Fornax council room)
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17:05 10 principles for communicating science in the media - Jennifer Johnson (Proof Communication)   (Fornax council room)
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17:20 Paranal observatory as a showcase of European cooperation - Dr Fernando Comerón (European Southern Observatory)   (Fornax council room)
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17:35 Round-table discussion: different target audiences requiring different communication strategies   (Fornax council room)
16:00
Parallel Session 3 (until 18:00) (Crux Council room)
16:00 Session opening   (Crux Council room)
16:05 A risky business to communicate... - Mrs Isabelle Boscaro-Clarke (Head of Communications and Public Engagement) Mrs Saeko OKADA (KEK Japan)   (Crux Council room)
16:25 Turning a Science Crisis into a Communication Opportunity - Ms Stephanie Hills (CERN) Mr Jake Gilmore (STFC) Ms Eleonora Cossi (INFN)   (Crux Council room)
16:45 Interactive session   (Crux Council room)
19:30 --- Social Dinner ---
12:30
Plenary talk (until 13:00) ()
12:30 Challenges and goals of outreach and communication of research at large scale infrastructures - Prof. Anke Rita Kaysser-Pyzalla (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie)   ()
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13:00
Plenary talk (until 13:30) (Eridanus Auditorium)
13:30 --- Bretzel & coffee ---
14:30 Guided tour (until 17:00) (FRM II)