On Monday 5 February, Ohme and the Visual and Graphic Communication department of La Cambre kicked off the sixth edition of Recherche en Perspective, in which master’s students from La Cambre and researchers in different scientific fields share, learn from each other and exchange on how to best popularise, represent and communicate highly complex scientific research, for the benefit of a large audience as well as the artists and scientists themselves.
This year, the participants will explore five research projects in different fields: Philosophy of Science, Material Sciences, Neurosciences, Image Synthesis and Analysis, Information and Communication Sciences, Psychology and Educational Sciences.
FNRS-qualified researcher and professor of philosophy of science at ULB Centre de recherches en philosophie (PHI), Faculté de philosophie et sciences sociales, ULB
Postdoctoral researcher at 4MAT (Engineering, Characterization, Synthesis, Recycling), École polytechnique de Bruxelles, ULB
Research: Promoting scientific culture through training in epistemology
Research: In search of local organisation in the disorder of a glass
Julia Justino, Laura Bourgaux, Romane Boulanger
Researches and PhD candidates at Center for Research in Cognition & Neurosciences (CRCN), Faculty de Psychology, Educational Sciences & Logopedy, ULB
Adrien Foucart, Arthur Elskens
Postdoctoral researcher and PhD candidate at Laboratory of Image Synthesis and Analysis (LISA), École polytechnique de Bruxelles, ULB
Research: Brain Safari
PhD candidate in Information and Communication Sciences (UPHF France) and Psychology and Educational Sciences (UMONS Belgium)
Research: Understanding the personal experience of an agent in a complex environment: Case study of a self-guided visit to a museum
Research: Multimodal ‘pre-clinical’ medical image fusion
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