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Mapping the Unseen: A Science Film Showcase

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and Imagine Science Films present:

Clips and commentary from filmmakers and scientists
with receptions before and after the program. 

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 

International House at the University of Chicago
1414 E. 59th Street, Chicago, IL 5:30-9:00pm 

5:30PM: Opening reception
6-8PM: Films & discussion
8-9PM: Closing reception with filmmakers and scientists 

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC  - RSVP encouraged
http://sciencefilmshowcase.eventbrite.com/ 

How do we measure or observe the world just outside our reach?
A spectrum of scientist-filmmakers investigate our near, and perhaps not-so-near, surroundings. An Adler Planetarium program visits the upper atmosphere (and edge of space). A grandson considers the laws of thermodynamics in an empty house. Abstract phenomena and complicated communications systems are visualized via animation and computer modeling. Each film, or set of films, will be followed by discussion of the themes between scientists and filmmakers. 

PROGRAM: 

This Has Been to Space by Clayton Brown and Monica Ross 

Speakers:
Clayton Brown, 137 Films
Monica Ross, 137 Films
David Miller, University of Chicago 

Worlds: The Kepler Planet Candidates by Alex Parker
Forms by Quayola & Memo Akten
Abbau by Masahiro Ohsuka
Motive Power 3: Absolute Zero by Mike Gibisser 

Speaker:
Mike Gibisser, The Reva David Logan Center, University of Chicago 

Leo on Bioluminesence by Kate Webbink
Fossil Carrion Feeders by Federico Pardo
The Birds and the Trees by Kate Webbink 

Speakers:
Kate Webbink, Field Museum
Shannon Hackett, Field Museum 

Genesis by Malevo
Secrets of the Dark Universe: Simulating the Sky on Blue Gene/Q by Argonne Leadership Computing Facility
Blood Flow: Multiscale Modeling by Argonne Leadership Computing Facility & Brown University 

Speakers:
Joseph Insley, University of Chicago/Argonne
Salman Habib, University of Chicago/Argonne
Katrina Heitmann, University of Chicago/Argonne 

Humanexus by Katy Börner 

Speaker:
Katy Börner, Indiana University

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  • marn

    Will anyone be driving there from the north end of Chicago (w. rogers park or evanston area)?

    February 10, 2014

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