You have a passion for science and a knack for communication? You want to combine the two, but are not sure where to start? Then join us for a thrilling two-day hackathon on how to produce your own science web video! Organised by the Fast Forward Science contest in cooperation with the FNR, this workshop provides you with all the insights and tools you need to produce your own science web video. Get together, create and communicate your research visually!
When & where?
Friday, 22 April : 13:30-21:00 in Maison du Savoir, Belval
Saturday, 23 April : 09:00-17:00 in Maison du Savoir, Belval
Maison du Savoir in Esch/Belval (2, avenue de l’Université; L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette – building “Auditoires”).
During the workshop
For the two days of the training, you will work in teams and each team will produce a web video (at least a part).
YouTubers and science communicators from Wissenschaft im Dialog will hold the training. The workshop will be in English but your video can be done in these languages: English or German, but also in French or Luxembourgish, but in this case you will need subtitles (we can help you with that).
Who is eligible?
- Students (bachelor, master)
- Ph.D. students
- Post-Docs or scientists
- Science communicators
- YouTube vloggers
In order to be eligible, you need to be there the full 2 days!
Priority is given to Luxembourg based students, researchers and science communicators.
Programme & practical details
Friday, 22 April 2022
13:30 – 20:15 Workshop part 1 (Lightning talks by 2 YouTubers, introduction to web videos, brainstorming on the concept, story-outline, storyboard)
20:15 – Walking Dinner
Saturday 23 April 2022
9:00-17:00 Workshop part 2 (shooting, post-production, presentation, feedback)
12:30 – Walking Lunch
Food & drinks will be offered to all participants.
How can I register?
Do you want to join us for this unique experience? Then register via the form below.
Registration is mandatory. Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. The number of participants is limited to 20!
Note: when registering, we encourage you to think already about some possible topics for your video.
We are looking forward welcoming you to the training!
The FNR’s Science in Society Team.