Friday, October 20 2023
Dia · Setmana
Under the framework of the UAB Innovation Week this workshop will hold its second edition in which it seeks to give visibility to innovative and entrepreneurial female figures on campus, identify needs and create a network.
The workshop will focus on internal and external limits encountered by researchers and will explore personal experiences, challenges and strategies used to overcome the imposter syndrome and shatter glass ceilings.
Several renowned experts and professionals will be participating by sharing their knowledge, research studies and practical experiences.
Place: UAB Theatre Hall
Date: Friday 20, October2023 - 09:30h
End date: Friday 20, October2023 - 13:00h
Thursday, November 16, 2023
Science Carriage: talks about emotional regulation, behavioural addictions, substance abuse and suicide in adolescents
Professor Joaquim Limonero will be sitting in the Science Carriage's Expert Seat this week, which will travel from the UAB to Plaça de Catalunya at 10:42 a.m. and back to the UAB at 11:28 a.m. Professor Limonero, researcher in the Department of Basic, Developmental and Educational Psychology, will be talking with train passengers about how to regulate emotions, behavioural addictions, and substance abuse and suicide in adolescents.
Professor Limonero has also participated in the Science Carriage's podcasts.
Place: Vagó de la Ciència, FGC. UAB-BCN, 10:42 a.m. - BCN-UAB 11:28 a.m.
Date: Thursday 16, November2023 - 10:40h
End date: Thursday 16, November2023 - 12:30h
Monday, November 27, 2023
The 6th Conference on Art and Heritage in the Seu d'Ègara held this year is dedicated to "The application of new technologies to the history of ancient and medieval art. Current status and future challenges" brings citizens closer to a new way of looking at cultural heritage and, at the same time, creates a space for reflection and debate on the role of new technologies.
The activity, which will be attended by specialists from different institutions and universities, is the result of the collaboration of the City Council of Terrassa with the association Terrassa amb la Seu d'Ègara (TASE) and the CORE network of Cultural Heritage at the UAB, which brings together more than 40 research groups and centres, institutes, schools and university departments, as well as research infrastructures and scientific and technical services in collaboration with the public and private sector.
Throughout the conference, the speakers will analyse new digital tools that allow to advance in the knowledge of monuments and works of art (3D digitisation, virtual, immersive and augmented reality, videomapping).
The setting of the meeting, the Seu d'Ègara, is a monumental complex that has already been the scene of initiatives that demonstrate this digital transition, such as the videomapping carried out in 2019, or the digital photogrammetry of Sant Miquel promoted by the Catalan Institute of Classical Archaeology. Recently, in the framework of the Government of Catalonia's Giravolt project, a dozen objects from the collection of the Museum of Terrassa corresponding to the Iberian and Roman periods were also scanned.
Attendance is free, but those interested must register to attend.
Place: Seu d'Ègara, Terrassa (Plaça del Rector Homs s/n)
Date: Monday 27, November2023 - 09:15h
End date: Monday 27, November2023 - 19:00h
Organiser: CORE network of Cultural Heritage, UAB
Thursday, December 14, 2023
Professor Joan Deus occupies the seat of the expert of this week's Science Carriage which will journey from Plaça Catalunya to the UAB with departure at 11:28 am. Deus, professor of psychology at the UAB, specialist in clinical psychology and neuropsychology and director of the Forensic Psychology and Family Mediation Unit of Brain 360 Institute, will chat with train passengers on topics related to fibromyalgia.
Professor Deus has participated in the podcasts of the Science Carriage, which are available at this link.
Place: Science Carriage, FGC Plaça Catalunya-UAB (11:28 a.m.)
Date: Thursday 14, December2023 - 11:28h
Thursday, January 11, 2024
Lecturer Lydia Giménez will be occupying the expert’s seat in this week’s Science Carriage which will travel from Barcelona to Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona on the train leaving Plaça Catalunya station at 9:28 a.m. Giménez, UAB lecturer in psychiatry and expert on neuroscience, will be accompanied by PhD students Shirin Rahgozar and Shagufta Nasir on this journey in which passengers will be able to talk with them on issues related to healing and mourning in mental health, and anxiety and depression suffered by foreign students.
Lecturer Giménez has also participated in creating the Science Carriage podcasts, which can be consulted here.
Place: Science Carriage, FGC Plaça Catalunya-UAB 09:28 h
Date: Thursday 11, January2024 - 09:20h
Thursday, January 25, 2024
Lecturers Roser Nadal, Silvia Fuentes and Bernat Soler will occupy the expert's seat in this week's Science Carriage, which makes the journey from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, departing at 10:42 am to Plaça Catalunya. You will also find them on the return journey from Plaça Catalunya, departing at 12:28 p.m. until arriving at the university.
Nadal and Fuentes, who hold degrees in Psychology and are lecturers in the Department of Psychobiology and Methodology of Health Sciences, together with Soler, lecturer in the Department of Physics at the UAB, will talk to train passengers about individual differences when confronted with stress.
All three lecturers have participated in the podcasts of the Science Carriage, which can be consulted at this link.
Place: Science Carriage, FGC. UAB-BCN, 10:42 a.m. - BCN-UAB 12:28 h
Date: Thursday 25, January2024 - 10:40h