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Thursday 29th August - Art and Technology

Professor of Epistemics Jon Oberlander, Professor of Composition and Electroacoustic Composition Peter Nelson, and Chris Speed of the Edinburgh College of Art discuss historical, conceptual and philosophical relationships between the performing arts and technology. Chaired by theatre specialist Olga Taxidou.
 
http://www.eif.co.uk/art-and-technology

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29/08/2013
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Thu, 29/08/2013
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Friday 3oth August - Shaping Things: Artefacts and the 3D Printer

In this workshop led by Chris Speed, you can play at 3D Chinese whispers, adapting objects and artefacts using time-lapse technology until they no longer resemble their original form.
 
http://www.eif.co.uk/shaping-things-artefacts-and-3d-printer

start date: 
30/08/2013
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Fri, 30/08/2013
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Friday 15th February - ESALA Research Seminar - People of the Cloud: Inhabiting Data Space, Networks and the Space of Flows, Joanna Kane, Visual Artist

ESALA Research Seminar
Friday 15th February 1pm Staff Common Room, Minto House, 20 Chambers Street.
Joanna Kane, Visual Artist.
People of the Cloud: Inhabiting Data Space, Networks and the Space of Flows

11th January - Seminar - To be or not to be human in the smart city, Rob van Kranenburg

To be or not to be human in the smart city
Rob van Kranenburg, Head of Public Domain at Waag Society & Founder of the IOT Council
 
Talk 4.30pm / 11th January, Inspace
 
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Design Informatics Research seminars Autumn term 2017

All are welcome at the Autumn term research seminar programme, details of which are below.
All seminars take place in the T-Room, Floor 1, Evolution House, ECA
More details about each talk will be posted closer to the time.
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Thurs 21st September 4pm George Jaramillo               Digital Geographies / Glasgow

start date: 
21/09/2017
end date: 
Thu, 30/11/2017

Blockchain Ruralities: Novel digital geographies in the Scottish Highlands

Design Informatics Seminar, all welcome - Thursday 21 September at 4pm
Blockchain Ruralities: Novel digital geographies in the Scottish Highlands - Dr. George Jaramillo - Glasgow School of Art's Innovation School
Room 1.09 Evolution House, Edinburgh College of Art, 78 Westport, EH1 2LE

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Thu, 21/09/2017

Designing for Near Futures talk

As part of Future Play our co-director Chris Speed will lead a discussion on Designing for Near Futures with Bettina Nissen and Larissa Pschetz on the 17th August 11.30am. The short talks will offers a glimpse into the near future of a society without money and biological civil war. The talk will compliment our exhibition in the Design Informatics Pavilion which is free to enter everyday from the 3-26 August 11am-6pm.

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Thu, 17/08/2017
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Near Future Teaching Collider

Date: 15 September 2017 2-5pm
Location: Design Informatics Studio, University of Edinburgh, 1.09 Evolution House, 78 Westport, Edinburgh, EH7 4LA
Tickets: Eventbrite

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15/09/2017
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Fri, 15/09/2017
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Design Informatics Pavilion: Future Play

Open 11am-6pm 3-26 August 2017
George Street, outside Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh,  EH2 2LR

start date: 
03/08/2017
end date: 
Sat, 26/08/2017
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Compassion Collider

Friday 2 June 2017 2-5pm
Venue: University of Edinburgh, Conference Room, University of Edinburgh Business School, 29 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9JS
 
The Compassion Initiative

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Fri, 02/06/2017
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