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Science for All and All for Science: Creative Science @ Citizen Cyberlab

  1. 1. Creative Science @ Citizen Cyberlab Brian Fuchs & Margaret Gold Science for All and All for Science:
  2. 2. http://citizencyberlab.eu
  3. 3. Science FOR ALL   Ubiquity   Reuse/Remixing   Cognitive Surplus
  4. 4. UBIQUITY
  5. 5. UBIQUITY
  6. 6. Dark SIDE of Ubiquity
  7. 7. REMIX   Imperative Procedure -> Reusable Building Block   Aka first order functions, scripting, macros   Many examples in science and arts.   Music: tracks   Biology: Synthetic biology tools: biobots, gene databases, etc.   Physics: Gauss->Tensors, Rivet (CERN): publish, run, reuse tunings   Share solutions.   Increase intelligent behaviour across users.   Unstable but extremely powerful.
  8. 8. REMIX
  9. 9. REMIX
  10. 10. Cognitive Surplus
  11. 11. COGNITIVE SURPLUS
  12. 12. Citizen Science
  13. 13. In the Beginning...
  14. 14. Before Computers
  15. 15. TODAY
  16. 16. The Internet Arrives
  17. 17. Personal Devices
  18. 18. SUPPORT LEARNING AND CREATIVITY IN CITIZEN SCIENCE Citizen Cyberlab
  19. 19. HTTP://CITIZENCYBERLAB.EU Citizen Cyberlab
  20. 20. Citizen Cyberlab
  21. 21. Citizen Cyberlab Partners
  22. 22. •  COMMUNITY MAPS •  CITIZEN GRID •  REDWIRE Platforms
  23. 23. Open Community Maps
  24. 24. Open Community Maps •  GATHER, SHARE, VISUALISE LOCAL KNOWLEDGE. •  EASY PROJECT SET-UP/ADMIN •  DESIGN MODELS /FORMS •  PUBLISH, REUSE VISUALISATIONS •  HTTPS://GITHUB.COM/EXCITES/OPENCOMMUNITYMAPS
  25. 25. Platform: Redwire.io
  26. 26. Redwire.io •  CREATE AND SHARE GAMES •  REMIX GAMES •  TRACK USER BEHAVIOUR •  HTTP://REDWIRE.IO
  27. 27. Redwire.io
  28. 28. Redwire.io: Computer shoot
  29. 29. REDWIRE
  30. 30. Citizen GRID
  31. 31. CitizenGrid   Publish and share client-server and P2P applications   Create e-Science applications using a mix of volunteer and cloud computing resources.   Virtualisation   Open Virtualisation Format   Enable citizen scientists to use compute intensive e-Science applications.   Imperial College   http://citizencyberlab.eu/platforms/cloud-infrastructures/
  32. 32. Pilots  Virtual Atom Smasher (CERN)  Geotag-X: Collaborative Disaster Mapping (UNITAR)  Synthbio4all (CRI)  ICT for Arctic indigenous communities (UCL)
  33. 33. Pilots: Virtual Atom Smasher
  34. 34. Virtual Atom Smasher   Run LHC simulations at home   Create tunings to help scientists at CERN   Interactively adjust simulations as they are running.   https://github.com/wavesoft/VirtualAtomSmasher
  35. 35. Geotag-X Source: National Geographic
  36. 36. "   Disaster Mapping web application. "   Harvest media (photos, videos, audio) coming out of a disaster "  Analyse media to produce structured and relevant data of what is happening on the ground "  Share knowledge of experts with crowd to enable them to perform analysis "  http://geotagx.org Geotag-X Source: National Geographic
  37. 37. Source: National Geographic Geotag-X
  38. 38. Hero.Coli
  39. 39. HERO.COLI   Crowdsourcing for synthetic biology projects
  40. 40. HERO.COLI http://herocoli.com
  41. 41. Arctic ICT: helping whale hunters adapt to climate change
  42. 42. Arctic ICT   Climate change alters how local subsistence communities hunt for food.   Decreasing ice cover.   Enable local communities to build their own kit and share/visualise data via DIY science   First Alaska Hack in Barrow, 30 July.   http://citizencyberlab.eu/portfolio/arctic- science-hack-lates/
  43. 43. Epicollect
  44. 44. TOOLS  EPICOLLECT-PLUS  HTML5 framework for mobile data collection sharing and visualisation.  Origin: epidemiology.  http://www.epicollect.net
  45. 45. Epicollect
  46. 46. Epicollect
  47. 47. Evaluation  How much do citizen scientists learn?  How does citizen science enable/ increase creativity?  UNIGE/UCL
  48. 48. Learning Cube
  49. 49. GETTING INVOLVED…
  50. 50. Events / Hacks   WSF 2013 Science Hack   OTA 2013 Mobile Science Hack   CERN Webfest 2013   Mozfest 2013   Cyberscience Summit 2014   SMLates Make Hack Do   WSF 2014 Science Hack
  51. 51. Upcoming events  BARROW ARDUINO HACK  Barrow, Alaska 28 July-3 August  UNITAR DISASTER MAPPING CHALLENGE:  CERN WEBFEST 8-9 August 2014
  52. 52. Http://mobilecollective.co.uk
  53. 53. Give me a place to stand and I’ll move the world Brian Fuchs & Margaret Gold δῶς μοι πᾶ στῶ καὶ τὰν γᾶν κινάσω

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