INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON PROMOTION OF THE EU-JAPAN HIGH ENERGY PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES
WEDNESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 13:05-14:15, AUDITORIUM, DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION TO JAPAN
The MSCA-RISE project was approved by the European Commission in June 2018 to enforce the EU-Japan Muography Network, and now it’s time to consider how to effectively promote our EU-Japan joint effort in high energy projects and activities to engage more in the communication of our research to the public. Meet face to face the members of groups represented in ORIGIN- Network (Alice, Atlas, CMS, LIGO/VIRGA, and MUOGRAPHERS) to share our vision towards the 2019 Muographers and to discuss goals for the 2018 Muographers.
ORIGIN NETWORKING PRESENTERS
University of Tokyo,
Wednesday, 28 November, 01:05-01:10 p.m.
Muography for social communications
In 2015, a Hungary-Italy-Japan joint exhibition called “Muography: Perspective Drawing in the 21st Century” was held at Intermediatheque, a museum located in front of Tokyo station in the JP Tower building. It was a successful outreach event garnering national and international attention with approximately 160,000 attendees throughout the exhibition which was organized from December 2015 to May 2016. Since then, 18 successful muographers exhibits have been held in the emerging field called fine-art muography that combines high energy physics and art to inspire members of the general public to look at science in a new way, particularly those who have a more visual memory or those who are intimidated by new vocabulary, math and equations. Possibility to incorporate such activities into the next generation EU-JP network will be discussed.
University of Tokyo,
Thursday, 28 November, 01:10-01:25 p.m.
Recent ORIGIN networking activities
ORIGIN is a network of global operating scientific collaborations all with the scientific mission to uncover the origin of the universe. The ORIGIN network has the aim to foster cross disciplinary science education, engagement and networking in cooperation with large international institutions and governmental organisations.
Art@CMS, LHC, CERN,
Wednesday, 28 November, 01:25-01:40 p.m.
Round Table Discussions
Art@CMS, ALICE, ATLAS, LIGO/VIRGO, and MUOGRAPHERS,
Wednesday, 28 November, 01:45-02:15 p.m.