PARI 2017 - Workshop on Public Awareness of Research Infrastructures

from Monday, 29 May 2017 (10:00) to Tuesday, 30 May 2017 (19:50)
European Southern Observatory (xxx)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
29 May 2017
30 May 2017
AM
10:00
Guided Tours (until 12:00) ()
09:00
Keynote 3 (until 09:30) (Eridanus)
09:00 Is there a future for science communication? - Dr Michel Claessens (European Commission, ITER, Brussels, Belgium)   (Eridanus)
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09:30
Keynote 4 (until 10:00) (Eridanus)
09:30 Science communication research - what's the big idea? - Mr Brian Trench (PCST, University of Dublin, Ireland)   (Eridanus)
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10:00
Coffee Break (until 10:45) (Foyer)
10:00 Show and Tell - Ms Jo Lewis (STFC) Ms Sara Fletcher (STFC)   (Foyer)
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10:45
Parallel session 3 (until 12:45) (Eridanus)
10:45 Looking good - Mrs Fabienne Landua (CERN)   (Eridanus)
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11:05 Raising Funds for the ESO Supernova - Ms Tania Johnston (ESO)   (Eridanus)
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11:25 Communicating the SINE2020 Neutron European Consortium - Ines Crespo   (Eridanus)
11:45 When Social effort overcomes Funding constraints - Mr João Retrê (Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences)   (Eridanus)
12:05 From branding to promotion, how to determine the building blocks of your communication - Oana Sandu (ESO partner)   (Eridanus)
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12:25 Communication Strategies for the Extremely Large Telescope - Mr Lars Lindberg Christensen (ESO) Mr Richard Hook (ESO)   (Eridanus)
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10:45
Parallel session 4 (until 12:45) (Telescopium)
10:45 NANOCOSMOS ERC: Laboratory Astrophysics and Stardust - Ruiz-Zelmanovitch Natalia (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (ICMM-CSIC))   (Telescopium)
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11:05 Scientists at IRB Barcelona dance for cancer, Alzheimer’s and diabetes research - Ms Sarah Sherwood (Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona))   (Telescopium)
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11:25 Ignite IAstro: A touring show goes off the beaten track - Mr Sérgio Pereira (Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço)   (Telescopium)
11:45 Thinking outside of the campus - reaching geographically remote audiences - Ms Sara Fletcher (STFC) Ms Laura Holland (Diamond Light Source)   (Telescopium)
12:05 The EGU Blogs: an online platform for science communication - Dr Barbara Ferreira (European Geosciences Union) Dr Laura Roberts (European Geosciences Union)   (Telescopium)
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12:25 Engaging the public at the bluedot festival - Dr Ruth Grutzbauch (Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre, University of Manchester) Mr Jamie Sloan (Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre, University of Manchester)   (Telescopium)
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12:35 Engaging with the Engineering of the Square Kilometre Array: an RAEng 'Ingenious' project - Mr Jamie Sloan (Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre, University of Manchester)   (Telescopium)
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PM
12:00
Registration & Speed-networking (until 14:00) (Foyer)
14:00
Welcome (until 14:15) (Eridanus)
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14:15
Keynote 1 (until 14:45) (Eridanus)
14:15 Science Communication and Success Measurement: frameworks, guidelines and some tips - Prof. Ana Adi (Quadriga Hochschule Berlin, Germany)   (Eridanus)
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14:45
Keynote 2 (until 15:15) (Eridanus)
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14:45 20 years of public engagement with science - Dr Ana Noronha (Executive Director, Ciência Viva, Portugal)   (Eridanus)
15:15
Coffee Break (until 16:00) ()
16:00
Parallel session 1 (until 18:20) (Eridanus)
16:00 Collaboration: thinking inside the box - Ms Jo Lewis (STFC)   (Eridanus)
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16:20 IAstro Júnior – Spreading Science to Younger Generations - Ana Alves (Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço)   (Eridanus)
16:40 The ALBA Open Day, a party for scientists and the general public - Ms ANA BELEN MARTINEZ (ALBA SYNCHROTRON)   (Eridanus)
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17:00 How to visit a remote radio-quiet facility spread on 3 continents and 2 hemispheres? The challenging case of the SKA - Mr Mathieu Isidro (SKA Organisation)   (Eridanus)
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17:20 'Girls Night Out' at Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre - Dr Ruth Grutzbauch (Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre, University of Manchester)   (Eridanus)
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17:40 Opening new windows on science - Mr Christopher Buratta (UK Science and Technology Facilities Council)   (Eridanus)
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16:00
Parallel session 2 (until 18:00) (Telescopium)
16:00 That would have made a really nice story (if we’d known)… (Storytelling at TU Delft) - Ms Karlijn Spoor (Delft University of technology) Ms Pieke Hoekstra (Delft University of Technology)   (Telescopium)
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16:20 Future Scientists Communicating Science - Mr João Retrê (Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences)   (Telescopium)
16:40 Establishing a new outreach programme - Ms Tania Johnston (ESO)   (Telescopium)
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17:00 Attracting and addressing possible new users for large-scale facilities - Dr Karin Griewatsch (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel)   (Telescopium)
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17:20 Hundreds of scientists, thousands of people, one event: how do you do it? - Mr Phill Day (STFC Daresbury Laboratory)   (Telescopium)
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19:00
Conference Dinner (until 22:00) (U-Bahn line 6 stop "Giselastraße")
12:45
Lunch (until 13:45) (Foyer)
13:45
Parallel session 5 (until 15:30) (Eridanus)
13:45 Rosetta: adventures in science communication - Dr Emily Baldwin (EJR-Quartz for European Space Agency)   (Eridanus)
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14:05 Evaluation of research infrastructure investment and Public Engagement in the UK - Mr James Watson (Science and Technology Facilities Council) Mr Dan Hillier Hillier (Science and Technology Facilities Council)   (Eridanus)
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14:25 Case Study: Building a Physics Institute’s Outreach Programme from Scratch - Mr Erik Arends (Leiden University)   (Eridanus)
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14:45 Using social media to make science publicly appealing - Mrs Julie Haffner (CERN)   (Eridanus)
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13:45
Parallel session 6 (until 15:30) (Telescopium)
13:45 ELIXIR: Communication, collaboration and community outreach in a distributed infrastructure - Dr John Hancock (Earlham Institute, ELIXIR UK) Mr Premysl Velek (ELIXIR Hub) Ms Hana Pergl-Sustkova (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Czech Academy of Science, ELIXIR Czech republic)   (Telescopium)
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14:05 The Interaction Collaboration: global coordination of science communications - Mr Terence O'CONNOR (Science and Technology Facilities Council)   (Telescopium)
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14:25 Communicating SESAME - Dr James Gillies (CERN)   (Telescopium)
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14:45 Is it possible to design effective educational outreach programs that will meet the requirements of a large organization, provide value to the local community, and be adaptable for and/or useful to international partners? - Ms Sandra Dawson (TMT International Observatory)   (Telescopium)
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15:30
Coffee Break (until 16:00) (Foyer)
16:00
Interactive parallel session 7 (until 17:15) (Telescopium)
16:00 CERN Crisis Communication Plan - Sophie Tesauri (CERN)   (Telescopium)
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16:05 INFRAFRONTIER - Communication in a challenging public environment - Dr Michael Raess (INFRAFRONTIER GmbH)   (Telescopium)
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16:10 Could SCIENCE be positioned as the next social movement? - Ms Sandra Dawson (Thirty Meter Telescope International Observatory)   (Telescopium)
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16:15 Experiences and reflections on crisis communication - Dr Ulrich Marsch (Technical University of Munich)   (Telescopium)
16:20 Challenging communication of controversial (research) issues - Dr Christina Beck (Max-Planck Society)   (Telescopium)
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16:25 Communicating crises in a post-truth society: Facts argue against emotions - Andrea Voit   (Telescopium)
16:00
Interactive parallel session 8 (until 17:15) (Sculptor / Pictor)
16:00 O brother, Where Art Thou (communicating)? - Mrs Anne Purschwitz (EUROfusion) Mrs Misha Kidambi (EUROfusion) Mr Mohamed Belhorma (EUROfusion) Dr Petra Nieckchen (EUROfusion)   (Sculptor / Pictor)
16:00
Interactive parallel session 9 (until 17:15) (Fornax)
16:00 Making the Case - Dr Gordon Squires (Caltech/IPAC - TMT)   (Fornax)
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16:20 Getting organised for communicating about research infrastructure - Mr Dan Hilllier (Science and Technology Facilities Council) Mr Terence O'CONNOR (Science and Technology Facilities Council) Mr Lars Lindberg Christensen (ESO)   (Fornax)
17:20
Summary of Sessions & Closing (until 17:50) (Eridanus)