Register to hear the once-in-a-lifetime story of how Avery Broderick, a professor at University of Waterloo and the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, peered thousands of light-years across space helping solve one of the greatest mysteries in the cosmos — that black holes are real.
A panel presentation and discussion for Waterloo faculty, staff, and students examining virtual reality applications:
Neil Randall (Arts): Understanding complex issues through virtual reality narratives
Faculty, staff, and students are invited to join Eric Luvisotto, technology transfer manager, in the Office of Research, for one or a number of presentations in the Intellectual Property (IP) Workshop series. Eric will share the foundations of Intellectual Property protection, commercialization, and legal rights.
Learn how to navigate the broad research landscape, and develop a dynamic research strategy by attending this workshop geared to early-career researchers (in the first three years of a tenure-track appointment). A variety of topics will be covered such as: grant writing, research ethics, funding strategies, and intellectual property. Please register to reserve your spot.
In an age of breakthroughs in AI and bioengineering, understanding the human implications of experiment is crucial. What are the new zones of experiment? How is social media feeding into new forms of “intelligence”? What are the philosophical grounds of experimentation? What are the ethics of experimentation?