Tule paikalle seuraamaan jo yhdeksännen kerran järjestettävää Science Slam -kisaa, jossa tutkijat irrottelevat tiedettä ja stand up -komiikkaa yhdistelevissä puheenvuoroissa.
Lavalle astuvat rohkeat tieteentekijät esittelemään tutkimustaan täysin totutuista luennoista ja kaavoista poiketen. Luvassa on hauskaa tiedesuitsutusta ja riemua yli tiederajojen.
Mukana kisassa ovat (presentations in english):
Luiz Alonso, Johtamisen ja talouden tiedekunta
Social workers, nurses, policemen, teachers, and social security officials are the Street-Level Bureaucrats. They make the critical link between what is planned in cabinets and announced to citizens to the policies that are effectively delivered. The way they make their decisions can change everything: their actions are the face, the true colors of the welfare state to the people.
Olga Dziubaniuk, Johtamisen ja talouden tiedekunta
- New life of old textile
Olga is focusing on circular economy, recycling/reusing textiles. What it means, how it is important for society, what can be done to improve situation and what is the Finland`s role in all of these? In her research, she focus on circular economy in textile industry specifically in Finland from the business and marketing perspectives.
Lisa Glybchenko, Johtamisen ja talouden tiedekunta
Visual Peace Technology
In Visual Peace Technology, Lisa researches the potential of artistic innovation and digital technologies to support peace efforts. Particularly, Lisa explores digital visuality of security and peace, designing virtual reality technologies as peacebuilding tools, and the potential of augmented reality technologies to empower grassroots peacebuilding. The scientific exploration goes hand in hand with original artwork creation, some of which will be presented during the Science Slam presentation.
Lucie Klus, Informaatioteknologian ja viestinnän tiedekunta
Wearables – From Sci-Fi to Reality
What used to be a sci-fi just a few years ago becomes a reality. Every day, more and more wearable-based devices are coming into our lives. Some of them we use for their entertaining functions such as listening to music, playing games or to call our friends, but many of them can change our life in much bigger aspects. From enhancing our safety to improving our health and quality of life, the wearables devices are opening new possibilities and perspectives for our future.
Veera Koskue, Tekniikan ja luonnontieteiden tiedekunta
In search of hidden treasures: A journey down the toiletVeera recently completed her doctorate in technology and is currently continuing as a researcher in the Bio and Circular Economy research group. In her research, she aims to harness the valuable resources of wastewater, such as nutrients and energy, for reuse. The job includes a lot of experimental laboratory work with various wastewaters, as evidenced by the numerous stains on the lab coat. At one point, Veera dreamed of a career as a journalist, until technology took her along. However, she still has the same enthusiasm for communicating about research as for doing research.
Kuka on paras/hauskin/viihdyttävin? Sinä päätät. Voittajalle on palkintona luvassa mainetta ja kunniaa sekä tavoiteltu kultainen mikrofoni.
Tampereen yliopiston tapahtumatuotanto
Kirstiina Tattari, firstname.lastname@example.org