Spring 2018 Season
Earth observation through animals
Martin Wikelski. Mike Sheridan
The first event of this fantastic season of Science & Cocktails begins with the man previously deemed by National Geographic as one of most adventurous scientists in the world and the sound of the award-winning electronic musician and producer...
Origins: Planets to Galaxies
Research from the forefront of the ALMA telescope array
Stuartt Corder. COSMORAMA. House band: M. Rexen (episode 1)
A joint venture of Science & Cocktails and CPH:DOX presents a transdisciplinary evening of science with astrophysicist Stuartt Corder, the screening of the...
Approaching the quantum world of colourful plasmonic nanoparticles
N. Asger Mortensen. Gulddværg
In an event integrated in the festival Forskningens Døgn, Science & Cocktails brings you exciting new research on colourful nanoparticles from N. Asger Mortensen together with the sound of Guldværg. What is the origin of vivid colors in ancient...
Seeing the past in high definition at urban sites in the Middle East
The case of ancient Gerasa (Jerash) in Jordan
Rubina Raja. House band: M. Rexen (episode 2)
In an event integrated in the festival Forskningens Døgn, Science & Cocktails brings you exciting new research on archeology from Rubina Raja together with the...
Can we create music with Artificial Intelligence?
Is music the most interesting problem for Artificial Intelligence?
François Pachet. Emil de Waal+
Why is music such a complicated issue for Artificial Intelligence (AI)? What can AI do in music generation, what musical problems were solved with recent AI? How did...
Are low-pollution electricity, markets, and reliability compatible?
Jay Apt. Tick Tock
Jay Apt, astronaut, professor at Carnegie Mellon and researcher in electricity is coming to town. Are greenhouse gasses the only power plant pollutants that we care about? What are the human health implications of switching to low-pollution...
Post-truth under the lens of science
Walter Quattrociocchi. House band: M. Rexen (episode 3)
What is a post-truth society? How is misinformation being spread in social media? Can this be tracked with computer science techniques? What are the implications of fake news for society? Before the web, you got your information from magazines...