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Universcience, Jean-Marc Merriaux, BarCamp, ENoLL event May 16th, 2011.

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Universcience Presentation

  1. 1. ENoLL  5wave  Launch  –  Budapest  –  16.05.2011   Universcience   France   Jean-­‐Marc  Merriaux   jean-­‐marc.merriaux@universcience.fr  
  2. 2. Living  Lab  DescripGon    Universcience  is  a  new  french  insGtuGon  which   groups  two  famous  Parisian  science  centres  «  le   Palais  de  la  découverte  »  and  the  center  of  the   industry  and  the  sciences,  the  science  museum  in   France.      The  Living  Lab  (ULL)  will  permit  to  foster   collaboraGve  projects  focusing  on  spheres  such   as  digital  culture  and  new  applicaGons  in   museology  and  interacGon  between  science,   technology  and  arts,  educaGon  and  mediaGon  in   close  contact  with  the  scienGfic  and  educaGonal   community.    ENoLL  5wave  Launch   Budapest,  16.05.2011  –   2  
  3. 3. Living  Lab  Partnership    Video  games,  Design,  Digital  Heritage,   Audiovisual  and  New  Media,  e-­‐EducaGon  and   e-­‐Learning  and  Teaching,  Knowledge   Engineering,  CollaboraGve  Technologies  and   Intelligence  ICT  …  ENoLL  5wave  Launch   Budapest,  16.05.2011  –   3  
  4. 4. Living  Lab  AcGviGes   Digital  Technology    Firstly,  it  intends  to  provide  digital  technology,  tools  and  faciliGes  featuring  state-­‐of-­‐the-­‐art  informaGon  technologies  to   invite  a  large  public  to  take  part  in  developing  research,  discovering  the  innovaGon  processes,  trying  out  new  products,   understanding  how  they  work  and  making  creaGve  contribuGons.  A  digital  campus,  will  offer  areas  for  3D  simulaGon   experiments,  design  of  serious  games,  use  of  digital  educaGonal  content  and  much  more.     Science  and  Art    Secondly,  the  Living  Lab  will  be  placing  considerable  emphasis  on  the  highly  fruiaul  interacGon  between  Science  and  Art  and   is  intended  to  develop  an  online  art-­‐and-­‐science  social  network,  supporGng  researchers  and  young  arGsts  in  residence,   promoGng  creaGve  work  in  the  digital  arts  (visual  and  sound),  and  hosGng  interdisciplinary  conferences  (art  and   neuroscience,  art  and  mathemaGcs,  science  and  the  humaniGes...).   School  of  mediaGon    Thirdly,  in  creaGng  a“school  of  mediaGon”  in  synergy  with  universiGes  and  research  bodies,  Universcience  will  become  a   reference  pole  in  cultural  and  scienGfic  mediaGon  at  the  naGonal  and  internaGonal  level.  Through  exchange  of  pracGces,   tools  and  methods  among  its  networks  in  Europe  such  as  Ecsite  (The  European  Network  of  Science  Centres  and  Museums);   A  new  partenerships  with  the  regional  partners    Fourthly  the  development  of  regional  partnerships  is  a  key  strategy.  Universcience  is  commieed  to  design  and  prepare  new   governance  for  science  culture  on  a  naGonal  scale  in  French  regions.  This  objecGve  can  be  achieved  through  invesGng  in   digital  technologies,  increasing  pracGces  of  co  creaGon  and  collaboraGve  work  with  a  plaaorm  of  partners  from  Research   and  Industry  including  users.  ENoLL  5wave  Launch   Budapest,  16.05.2011  –   4  
  5. 5. ParGcipaGon  in  ENoLL      Universcience  stands  as  a  specific  model  in   Europe  as  regards  its  exemplary  use  of  digital   technology  to  sGmulate  the  understanding  of   science  and  technology  for  large  audiences.   The  Living  Lab  will  aim  to  encourage  best   pracGces  and  cross-­‐disciplinary  innovaGve   projects  through  membership  cooperaGon   and  networking.  ENoLL  5wave  Launch   Budapest,  16.05.2011  –   5  
  6. 6. Contact  ENoLL  5wave  Launch   Budapest,  16.05.2011  –    6  

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