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"Sustainable solutions to ensure the health and safety of the population in the concept of open innovation and environmental protection"
PhD Vasilica Vasile, a chemist engineer in the field of Polymer Products and Finishes used in construction and senior researcher at the INCERC Bucharest branch, part of NIRD URBAN-INCERC, Romania
PhD. Cornelia Baera, a Scientific Researcher at N.I.R.D. URBAN-INCERC, Timisoara Branch, Romania and also a lecturer at Politehnica University of Timisoara, Faculty of Management in Construction and Transportation, Romania
Day / Time / Duration: 0.30 h / to be further announced
The main goal of the workshop is to increase the degree of valorization of the results achieved during research activities.
- 1. Introduction (presenter(s) Vasilica Vasile/duration 5min);
- 2. Topic/Subtopic presentations (presenter(s) Cornelia Baeră/duration 10min);
- 3. Topic/Subtopic presentations (presenter Vasilica Vasile/duration 10min)
- 4. Panel and Participant Hands-On Exercise and Discussion (presenter(s)/duration 5min).
"Framework for Shaping Sustainable City of the Future – Challenging Issue"
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Ing. habil. Ildiko Tulbure, University "1 December 1918", Romania
Day / Time / Duration: 1.30 h / to be further announced
Keywords: Sustainable City, Sustainable Urban Development, Urban Sustainability Criteria, Climathon, Energy Supply Systems, European Green Deal
“SOUND-MAPPING THE GENES”
Moderator: Assistant Prof. FREDRIK SOEGAARD - Danish National Academy of Music, Denmark
Day / Time / Duration / to be further announced
SOUNDMAPPING THE GENES is an artistic project using real biological data in the creative and performing act. Several parameters in the music are controlled by a complete transcription of the genetic code of the H1 histonin protein of the rainbow trout. Via MIDI (Musical Instruments Digital Interface) the code is transcribed so that it can be used as information in the music - a complete genetic code is used in the music to control parameters such as: pitch, modulation speed and depth, delaytime, stereo pans, etc. SMTG is a true inter-disciplinary project between music and biology.
Therefore this project is very much in the spirit of this conference, as SOUNDMAPPING THE GENES is a real demonstration of how art meets science - literally seen.
Fredrik Soegaard - Danish guitarist Fredrik Søegaard was born on 1951: improvisor, composer, teacher, working with improvisations in complex structures like Mandelbrot fractal algorithms or DNA coding sequences, his trademark is unquestionably the use of ground breaking scientific structures.
He has developed his sonic researches through his own groups, occasional collaborations with various musicians/ensembles of mixed genres.