Science Studies Pitch Seminar
Staff and students at the Centre for Science Studies pitch new ideas and ongoing projects
Info about event
Wednesday 9 February 2022, at 14:15 - 16:00
Aud. D4 (1531–219)
- 14.15-14.30 Samuel Schindler: Predictive success: what do scientists think
- 14.30-14.45 Siyu Fu: The natural history revival movement and ecological civilisation in 21st century China
- 14.45-15.00 Gitte Kragh: Mobilizing collective intelligence for adapting to climate change in the Arctic: The case of monitoring Svalbard’s and Greenland’s environment by expedition cruises
- 15.00-15.15 Break
- 15.15-15.30 Agnete Bie Westphael: Communicating mathematical models
- 15.30-15.45 Brad Wray: Theodore W. Richards and the Rise of Co-authorship in Chemistry
- 15.45-16.00 Kristian H. Nielsen: (New) Histories of Science, in and beyond Modern Europe: Knowledge in transit
All pitches will be no longer than 7,5 minutes, allowing 7,5 minutes for Q&A. No more than five slides including title slide allowed.
Drinks and snacks will be served after the event.