Unicamp
x = independently organized TED event

Theme: The frontier between Science and Art

This event occurred on
November 21, 2011
9:00am - 12:00pm (UTC -2hrs)
Campinas
Brazil

TEDxUnicamp is a TEDx (independently organized) that will take place for the first time in November, 21th, 2011, from 9:00am to 12:00am. About ten speakers will talk in this event. They all are researchers and professors from the University of Campinas – Unicamp. These speakers will present short talks (from 5 to 15 minutes each) about multidisciplinary topics of their own researches, that has been developed here, at Unicamp. The topics will range from academic fields that intersect in the fields of Science and Art.

Centro de Convenções da Unicamp, auditório 3
R. Elis Regina, 131
Cidade Universitária "Zeferino Vaz" - Barão Geraldo
Campinas, 13083-854
Brazil
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Speakers

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Jônatas Manzolli

Professor at the Institute of Arts, Unicamp, will talk about Structures and Algorithms in Art

Adolfo Maia Jr.

Professor at the Institute of Mathematics, Unicamp, will talk about (mathematical) formal methods in music.

Rafael Santos Mendes

Professor of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at Unicamp, will talk about: analysis, processing and synthesis of sound

Ney Carrasco

Professor at the Intitute of Arts, Unicamp, will talk about Sound and Music in Motion Pictures

Fernando Von Zuben

Professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Unicamp, will talk about how Computing Simulation has contributed and modified the fields of Science and Art

Itala D'Ottaviano

Professor at the Institute of Philosophy of Unicamp will talk about Logic in Arts

Ricardo Gudwin

Professor at the Electrical Engineering will talk about Computational Creativity

Organizing team

Jose
Fornari

Campinas - São Paulo, Brazil
Organizer
  • Elizabeth Fernandes
    Organizer
  • Edelson Constantino
    Organizer
  • Gregório Honorato
    Organizer