Get behind the scenes to learn about how other researchers tackled tasks and challenges most of the PhD candidates are going to face. This is what the IMK PhD Practical Experience Sharing Series (IMK PESS) is about.
Master Ekaterina Pashevich at the Department of Media and Communication will defend her dissertation Empathic child-robot communication. Exploring the potential influence of communication with social robots on the development of empathy in children for the degree of philosophiae doctor (PhD).
On the final seminar, IMK PhD fellows get feedback and recommendations for improving their dissertation draft prior to submission.
In this lecture, Larisa Dryansky (Sorbonne) discusses parallels between 1960s artistic investigations of the relation between image and object, materiality and illusion, and computer scientists’ simultaneous quest for building 3D images.
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On inaugural seminars, PhD fellows at the IMK present and get feedback on their initial project description.
Candidates present their work in progress and get feedback from their peers and Head of Research. NB! "Kappe"-part of the seminar is moved to 8 March, starting 12hrs15 - see separate event.
Master Jon Inge Faldalen at the Department of Media and Communication will defend his dissertation Stillmoving for the degree of philosophiae doctor (PhD).
The Inaugural seminar is one of the Department's obligatory seminars for all new PhD candidates. The seminar is open to public and we especially encourage newly admitted PhD candidates to attend.
Ellen Rees presents work in progress.
In this combined lecture and film screening, architect and filmmaker Liam Young (Los Angeles) takes us on a science fiction safari through an imaginary city for the entire population of the earth.
Carrie Russpatrick presents work in progress: The Rise of the Vulva Monster: Vagina Dentata and its influence on Media Tropes and the Future of Screen Monsters.
Working title: Pandemic Rhetoric: trustworthiness, contention and emergent strategy in the pandemic rhetorical situation
The purpose of the seminar is to give IMK PhD fellows constructive feedback on their texts, including work in progress.
In this lecture, Tony D. Sampson (University of East London) will focus on two trends in neuroculture that influence the production of radical aesthetic experiences.