You want to communicate about your research or your passion of science through a web video?
If you are motivated to learn to produce your own science web video, join us for a thrilling two-day training on Friday and Saturday 24 & 25 May 2019. Organised by the FNR, in cooperation with Wissenschaft im Dialog, this workshop will give you all insights and tools on how to produce your own science web video. Before moving on to practice, a keynote talk by the famous German edutainer, science journalist and scientist Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim (Quarks & Co., schön schlau, maiLab), will launch the event.
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). After the workshop, you can publish the video on www.science.lu.
Specialised bloggers and science communicators from Wissenschaft im Dialog, together with the support of science communicators from the FNR will hold the training. The workshop will be held 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).
Your participation at this workshop will also allow you to participate in the Fast Forward Science contest. We would really encourage you to do so!
Who is eligible?
- Students (bachelor, master)
- PhD students
- Post-Docs or young scientists
- Youtube bloggers
Programme & practical
This training will be held at the Maison du Savoir in Esch/Belval (2, avenue de l’Université; L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette – building “Auditoires”).
Food & drinks will be offered to all participants.
Friday, 24 May
12:30 – 13:30 Keynote talk by Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim
13:30 – 14:15 Lunch
14:15 – 20:00 Workshop part 1 (Introduction to web videos, brainstorming on the concept, story-outline)
20:00 – Walking Dinner
Saturday 25 May
8:30-9:00 – Welcome Coffee
9:00-16:45 Workshop part 2 (Storyboard, shooting, post-production, presentation)
How can I register?
Do you want to join us for this unique experience? Then register via the form below by Monday, 6 May 2019 (12:00) at latest.
Registration is mandatory! Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. The number of participants is limited!
Note: when registering, we encourage you to think already about some possible topics for your video.
This workshop is organised in cooperation with Wissenschaft im Dialog in the framework of the web video contest Fast Forward Science.
We are looking forward welcoming you to this brand new training!
The FNR’s Science in Society Team.