Visualizing Europe

VisualizingEurope

VisualizingEurope

We will be in Bruxelles on June 14th for this incredible conference organized by Visualizing.org, Information Aesthetics and Open Knowledge Foundation to discuss the potential and scenarios currently represented by Information Visualization for policy makers and civil society, business, health, science. For a better, more efficient, sustainable society, and to promote new forms of active citizenship and new visions for society.

We (Art is Open Source and FakePress Publishing) will discuss possibilities that deal with representing information at large scale (such as in architectures) and in really small ones (such as in the pockets of people), to create entirely new scenarios that will produce effects across disciplines and areas of operativity.

Here below the complete info package.

goto the site of the conference: Visualizing Europe

Tuesday, June 14, 2011
The Dominican
Rue Leopold/ Leopoldstraat 9
1000 Brussels
Belgium

Twitter hashtag

#vizeurope

Agenda (Subject to change)

9:00 – 10:00
Breakfast and Registration
10:00 – 10:15
Welcome Remarks
10:15 – 11:30
Session 1: The Power and Potential of Data Visualization
Enrico Bertini, Fell in Love with Data (Germany)
David McCandless, Information is Beautiful
(United Kingdom)
Santiago Ortiz, Bestiario (Spain)
Moritz Stefaner (Germany)

Moderator: Andrew Vande Moere, Information Aesthetics (Belgium)

11:30 – 11:45
Coffee Break
11:45 – 13:00
Session 2: A Vision for Europe
Gregor Aisch, Driven by Data (Germany)
Assaf Biderman, MIT (USA)
Salvatore Iaconesi, Art Is Open Source (Italy)
Peter Miller, ITO (United Kingdom)

Moderator: Jonathan Gray, Open Knowledge Foundation (United Kingdom)

13:00 – 13:30
Session 3: Where Do We Go From Here?
Franco Accordino, European Commission (Belgium)
Jean-Claude Burgelman, European Commission (Belgium)
Toby Green, OECD (France)
Moderator: Adam Bly, Visualizing.org (USA)

13:30 – 14:30
Lunch
14:30 – 15:30
Opportunity for Networking

 

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