Forum for Science Communication 2023 reflect upon the rapid development of artificial intelligence and its impact on science communication and science engagement. The event will be mainly in Swedish with any presentations or talks in English marked in the programme, which will be presented shortly.
Forum for Science Communication 2023 is taking place in Stockholm on 28 November at 10.00-17.00 CET. The conference will be streamed online. The conference will be held mainly in Swedish, with any presentation or talk in English marked in the programme.
The aim of the conference is to provide participants with inspirational examples of initiatives around the world, new knowledge about tools and methods as well as recent research findings for science communication and science engagement and the opportunity to network and exchange experiences with others.
For the second time, Natur & Kulturs popular science prize was awarded during the conference.
The programme will be presented shortly.
(list will be updated)
- Virginia Dignum, Professor in Responsible Artificial Intelligence, Umeå university. Scientific Director of WASP-HS (Humanities and Society)
- Mirko Bischofberger, lecturer and expert in Science Communication at EPFL, Switzerland. Founder and owner, Science Studios.
- Hanifeh Khayyeri, RISE research institutes of Sweden.
- Olle Zachrison, responsible for AI at Swedish Radio (SR).
The Forum for Science Communication 2023 is organised by the non-profit organisation VA (Public & Science) together with the research councils Forte, the Swedish Research Council and Vinnova, as well as Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, the Knowledge Foundation, the Natur & Kultur Foundation, the Ragnar Söderberg Foundation, the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (RJ), and the University Alliance Stockholm Trio.