European Researchers’ Night - Science Afterwork

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What does a researcher do? And what kind of researched is conducted at Mid Sweden University? Welcome to a Science Afterwork at Storsjöteatern during Researchers’ Night!

This year, Researchers’ Night, also called Researcher Friday, extends over an entire Science Week so that more target groups can listen to interesting lectures, ask questions about research and get a better picture of what a researcher actually does. See full program (In Swedish)

Research Friday in Östersund is arranged in collaboration with Östersund Municipality and Folkuniversitetet. All activities are for free!

Science Afterwork - Friday, September 27

Welcome to Storsjöteatern for at an afterwork. You get to listen to the latest research. It is possible to buy food and drinks at the bar.

Program - under update

How do we make decisions together?

Pär Löfstrand, PhD student in psychology

What affects a decision-making group and what happens in a decision-making group that is more or less competitive? Do women and men act differently in decision-making situations as well as other gender aspects of joint decision-making? Pär studies various social-psychological aspects of decision-making. Take part in Pers's exciting studies!

From flying shame to life shame

Torbjörn Skytt, techn. lic. ecotechnology

In the Middle Ages, wealthy people could buy "salvation" and atone for their sinful lives through letters of indulgence. Are we now heading for the same kind of phenomenon where the rich person can “climate compensate” their sins, drive an electric car and install solar panels and thereby reach a clear conscience, while those who cannot afford will appear as climate sinners? Sagittarius takes on the role of St Pär who, with the help of a climate balance calculation, judges who is allowed to enter through the pearl gate and who is adapted to the elevator to the damnation.

What do you bring with you when there is a fire around nearby

Linda Kvarnlöf, researcher in sociology

In the summer of 2018, about 100 private individuals were allowed to leave their homes when the forest fires started. Leaving home under such drama raises difficult questions. What do I bring? Where should I go? Will I ever come home again? Linda Kvarnlöf shares stories from interviews with people affected by the forest fires in the summer of 2018.

What does tourism marketing look like from a gender perspective?

Kristin Godtman-Kling, PhD student in Tourism Science, ETOUR Research Center

Other participants:
Researchers from Sports Tech Research Center, National Winter Sports Center and Folkuniversitetet.

 

European Researchers’ Night in Sweden

The last weekend in September is advertised as European Researchers' Night by the European Commission. In over 250 cities in Europe, tens of thousands of activities are offered where the public meets researchers and discovers how exciting and everyday research can be. Since 2006, the event is coordinated by the Swedish non-profit member organisation Vetenskap & Allmänhet (Public & Science). 

27 September 16:00 - 18:00 Östersund, Storsjöteatern, the lobby