March 23, 2021 – March 24, 2021
Science is often invisible: It remains hidden between book covers, in complicated technical terms or cryptic tables. In our seminar we want to change that and teach you how to visualize and animate your research. The aim is to learn how to prepare scientific results and abstract research topics for a non-specialist audience.
The virtual seminar covers basic design principles and methods for data visualisation. The seminar focuses on applying these principles to engaging visualisations of scientific information. Specific techniques and tools are practiced to visualise the participants’ own research projects.
In particular, the following topics will be covered: :
- Basic design principles, resources and their applications
- Defining the essential aspects: finding your own core message
- Achieving more: Planning and sketching an infographic
- Reaching the next level: discussing future workflows and aims
Format and language: Online / English
Lecturers: Johanna Barnbeck, Chris Spatschek / nawik (Nationales Institut für Wissenschaftskommunikation, Karlsruhe)
Dates and duration: March 23-24, 2021, both days 09:00 – 10:30 and 11:00 – 12:30
The workshop is open to doctoral students, postdocs and scientific staff
Participation fee: CHF 80
Max. 12 participants.
Registration opens February 16, 2021. (Link will appear here).