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Sustainable Science Symposium
The future of science is about more than just reproducibility or access. Join us in a day of radical and uncompromising thought about the sustainability of science in all its shapes and forms.
15 April 2020
If you want to participate virtually, please get a ticket here.
We will also provide a livestream and subsequent recordings of the talks, if you’re unable to make it.
We are experimenting with a mixed reality aspect to the meeting, which includes a Mozilla Hubs virtual room that contains both posters (🚨 open call 🚨) and a livestream of the talks. Physical attendees will have opportunities to join the virtual world as well.
|LocHal Tilburg, NLD||Mozilla Hubs|
What will the day look like?
09.00-10.00 Reception ☕️ 🍵
11.00-11.30 Break 🍵 ☕️
11.30-12.30 Round 2 Talks
12.30-13.30 Tasty all-vegan Lunch 🍌🥕🥙
13.30-14.00 Dogfood sessions 🐶 (🚨 open call 🚨)
14.00-14.05 Switch time
14.05-14.35 Dogfood sessions 🐶 (🚨 open call 🚨)
15.00-15.30 Dogfood sessions 🐶 (🚨 open call 🚨)
15.30-15.35 Switch time
15.35-16.00 Plenary report back and closing
16.00-17.00 Drinks for the social people
The venue is wheelchair accessible. We are looking into captioning of the livestream.
Accomodations in Tilburg are in high-demand during this week due to the Roadburn festival that takes place after the conference. Please be sure to make your lodging arrangements in time.
The conference takes place right next to the Tilburg Central train station, so you can also go to Breda or Eindhoven (only a twenty minute trainride away).
Questions can be sent to any of the organizers through firstname.lastname@example.org
We can offer limited child support (50EUR) to facilitate the attendance of parents in need. Please send an email to email@example.com if you are in need of that. The library venue is child friendly, including a gaming corner and lots of seating space.
Code of Conduct
These are short sessions where facilitators propose a concrete question within the theme of the conference. The collective brain power of the attendees is then available to generate individual answers, process the individual into collective trends, and produce some tentative answers for future work.