WhoLoDancE: Deliverable 8.6 - Dissemination events (M19-M36)

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Rizzo, Anna (2018)

This document aims to report dissemination events attended/organised by the WhoLoDancE Consortium (or some of its partners) within the Second Reporting Period (M19-M36, i.e., July 2017-December 2018), also taking into account the confirmed events in the next months, still in preparation. The report is meant to complement the previously submitted D8.4 (Dissemination events (M1-M18)), reporting dissemination events of the First Reporting Period, as part of the agreed dissemination strategy (D8.1, Dissemination and Exploitation strategy plan and preliminary materials). These events are ascribable to two chief categories: Scientific conferences in relevant research fields, such as movement and computing (e.g., MOCO), signal processing (e.g., EUSIPCO) or dance research (e.g., Digital Echoes), where project results have been presented at the presence of selected members of the academic community, in the form of conference papers/talks, interactive workshops/seminars, or both; Dissemination events organised for a broader, non-specialised public, accounting for both self-organised events at the intersection of dance and IT (e.g., WhoLoDancE-Metabody Toulouse, WhoLoDancE Seminar Madrid), and large renowned events, such as the Romaeuropa Festival or the Genova Science Festival. In both contexts, WhoLoDancE raised significant interest among a variety of attendees, including IT researchers, dance experts, dancers and choreographers, as well as lay people with diverse educational backgrounds.
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