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* 15 November 2011 : 20:00
*  [http://wiki.tudelft.nl/bin/view/Main/ChrisDAvis Chris Davis MSc.],  Delft University of Technology
*  Title " Semantic Web, Linked Open Data and http://enipedia.tudelft.nl "
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*  [http://envbiz.tau.ac.il/en/project_more.php?id=339&sub=45&cat=29 Dr. Vered Blass],  Tel Aviv University,  Israel
*  [http://envbiz.tau.ac.il/en/project_more.php?id=339&sub=45&cat=29 Dr. Vered Blass],  Tel Aviv University,  Israel

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Event Revelation Science with Vered Blass on Electronic Waste
Name Revelation Science with Vered Blass on Electronic Waste

Duration 2011/10/04 - 2011/10/04
Information Vered Blass on Electronic Waste

* Location: RevSpace
* Open from: 20:00

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An evening, where an invited scientist/engineer talks about the latest/greatest/weirdest topic they work with. Goal is to present a topic or problem so that an an intelligent but lay audience can follow it. After a talk (say 45 mins to 1 hour) an hour long discussion Q&A session will take place, followed by an informal drinks and further discussion. The topics are not set or limited, as long it has a solid scientific base and can be related to things hackers / geeks care about.


Estimated frequency 12 or 6 times a year.

For who

For all RevSpace members plus any other guest that is interested in coming.

By whom

Gori will be contacting and inviting scientists from his own network + whoever else gets suggested. Please feel free to suggest a person to invite, or a topic to find a expert for below

To Do

  • Organize a recording setup, video & sound for youtube/web dissemination (gmc will help with this Tuesday)

List of potential speakers / topics

  • 4 october - Vered Blass - Tel Aviv University, - E-waste, End of Life networks and you
  • Igor Nikolic TPM/ TU Delft Complex Adaptive Systems theory and how to understand and model the co-evolution between social and technical systems.
  • Rene Kleijn from CML Leiden about (rare earth) metal flows through the economy/ecology
  • Chris Davis about wikis, open data, social processes and structuring complexity
  • Mark de Bruijne TPM/TU Delft about robustness and resilience in infrastructure systems
  • Frank Boons, EUR, social systems / industrial systems
  • Quantum Computing - Floor Paauw for example
  • Nanotechnology : possible contact via diggie
  • < please add an idea! >