Oradores Convidados

    • Carlos Fiolhais (Universidade de Coimbra/Centro Ciência Viva Rómulo de Carvalho)

      Carlos Fiolhais (Universidade de Coimbra/Centro Ciência Viva Rómulo de Carvalho) 

      Comunicação Breve História da Luz Biografia: Nascido em Lisboa em 1956, é doutorado em Física pela Universidade de Frankfurt e professor na Universidade de Coimbra. É autor de 140 artigos científicos, entre os quais o mais citado de autores em Portugal. É autor dos livros "Física Divertida", "Nova Física Divertida" e  "Darwin aos Tiros e Outras Histórias de Ciência", na Gradiva, entre vários outros, alguns traduzidos e publicados no estran...

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    • Hans Peter Peters (Research Center Jülich/Free University of Berlin)

      Hans Peter Peters (Research Center Jülich/Free University of Berlin) 

      Comunicação Motivations, Opportunities and Repercussions: Scientists as Public Communicators in a Complex Media World  Breve Biografia (do site pessoal) "Hans Peter Peters is a senior researcher at the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine, section Ethics in the Neurosciences, of Forschungszentrum Jülich, a research center of the Helmholtz Association in Germany, and Adjunct Professor of Science Journalism at the Free University of Berlin. His research deals with the formation of public opinion on scien...

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    • Ian Brunswick (Science Gallery Dublin)

      Ian Brunswick (Science Gallery Dublin) 

      Comunicação Sparking Collisions Between Art and Science. - patrocinado por Cafés Delta. Breve Biografia "Acting Director of Science Gallery Dublin, having previously worked in science broadcasting, the non-profit sector, and youth outreach.  He presents the science news on Ireland’s weekly science radio programme Futureproof, hosts TED...

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    • Karen Bultitude (University College London)

      Karen Bultitude (University College London) 

      Comunicação A brighter future for science communication evaluation? Breve Biografia Dr Karen Bultitude is a Senior Lecturer in Science Communication and Director of Research within the Department of Science and Technology Studies, University College London.  As well as leading recent academic investigations relating to science festivals, science blogging and researcher perceptions of public engagement, she is an experienced science communication practitioner and evaluator. She has led on wide-ranging inte...

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