Fredrik Bajers Vej 5
P.O. Box 159 DK-9100 Aalborg
Phone: +45 9940 9940
29.09.2017 at 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM
Seminar on animation and visual research dissemination. Learning from state-of-the-art case-studies and ongoing research projects, we will discuss how 2D and 3D-visualisation and animation, narrative structures, and levels of temporal information can be combined in functional animation e.g. for educational or didactic purposes, or in the presentation or development of scientific material.
29.09.2017 at 09.00 AM - 05.30 PM
This workshop brings together scholars from philosophy and history of science to help shed light on epistemological and historical cases of ‘evidence-based’ (or ‘informed’) policy and policymaking.
04.10.2017 at 04.30 PM - 06.15 PM
Jonathan Israel has recently published "The Expanding Blaze" where he investigates the intricate relation of the American Revolution to the Enlightenment tradition - and analyzes the international repercussions of that revolution.
05.10.2017 at 02.00 PM - 06.00 PM
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS. We invite you to take part in a workshop to explore the relations between the development of ideas and publishing formats in the future together with a group of publishers.
06.10.2017 at 02.00 PM - 06.00 PM
We are proud to invite everyone interested to our second WINETASTING SEMINAR: ATMOSPHERE AS A SIGN where we shall try to build new bridges between the areas of semiotics and cultural psychology.
24.10.2017 at 09.00 AM - 04.00 PM
Hvis vi vil vide, om og hvordan den nuværende rehabilitering virker, er vi nødt til at inddrage indefra-perspektivet fra personer, der rammes af skader på hjernen og deres nære pårørende. Derfor vil vi på denne dag triangulere tre perspektiver: et indefra-perspektiv fra Simon, der i 2012 blev ramt af en skade i hjernen; Elsebeth, der er gift med Simon samt et rehabiliteringspsykologisk perspektiv på, hvad der sker når familier rammer af en hjerneskade.
02.11.2017 at 09.00 AM - 03.00 PM
Nordjysk Center for Kultur og Sundhed inviterer til én-dags konference om, hvordan samfundet bedre kan udnytte kunst og kultur forebyggende og sundhedsfremmende.
16.11.2017 at 10.00 AM - 04.00 PM
New digital technologies create and make use of a broad variety of visualisations. Art works provoke us to see things differently. Knowledge in new visual forms promotes new insights. By engaging in ‘mixing visual realities’ as a theme, we want to explore diverse arenas where images provide experiences beyond the traditional divisions in reality and non-reality.
21.11.2017 at 10.00 AM - 04.00 PM
In collaboration, AU Datalab and DIGETIK invite all researchers (including PhD students) working with personal data and/or data derived from human behaviour and communication who are facing ethical and legal dilemmas in this regard to participate in a one-day research seminar focusing on the perils and practices of researching our increasingly digitally saturated social lives.
22.11.2017 at 08.30 AM - 24.11.2017 at 04.00 PM
This mini conference is targeted at practitioners of qualitative video ethnography and ethnomethodological conversation analysis. The conference welcomes you, who are exploring new ways of collecting time-based records of social, material and embodied practices as live-action events in real or virtual worlds.
04.12.2017 at 09.00 AM - 05.12.2017 at 04.00 PM
Professor Shove is well-known for her contribution to practice studies that she has developed through empirical research especially on practices around climate change. Her publications include the co-authored book The Dynamics of Social Practice. Everyday life and how it changes from 2012.
06.12.2017 at 10.00 AM - 02.00 PM
Dette er første seminar i en række, der skal skabe en større forståelse for hvad leg er, og hvordan legen kan give os nye muligheder.
18.12.2017 at 00.00 AM - 20.12.2017 at 00.00 AM
26.06.2019 at 00.00 AM - 30.06.2019 at 00.00 AM
The theme of the conference is Fields of resonance which we hope will inspire music therapy professionals to present their perspectives on the use of music in various settings and situations resonating with colleagues and peers in a growing clinical and academic field.