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The Art of Science communication

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A course on communication and mobility for researchers

•Developing skills for live presentations

•Dealing with the media

•Preparing articles, press releases, CVs, reports

•Managing life abroad

Part 1 – Goals of science communication

Part 2 - Facing audiences

Part 3 - Non verbal communication

Part 4 – Art for science communication

Part 5 – Media appearances

Part 6 – Press releases and articles

Part 7 – Scientific reports

Part 8 – Curriculum Vitae

Part 9 – Patent documents

Part 10 – Proposals

Part 11 – Finding sponsors

Part 12 - Mobility




Your Instructor


Spiros Kitsinelis
Spiros Kitsinelis

Dr Spiros Kitsinelis is a physical chemist and researcher whose parallel activity is science communication. He has received a Master's degree from the University of Sheffield in England and a Ph.D. from the same university. He has worked as a post-doctoral fellow at Ehime University in Japan and then continued his research at the central laboratories of Philips Lighting in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. He then worked as a research associate at the National Technical University of Athens and at Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse at the south of France. He is currently working as an associate professor at Ehime University in Japan. His research work includes numerous publications in journals and international conferences as well as a number of patents. His science communication activities began after his participation in the international science competition Famelab. He became the first Greek winner and was awarded first prize by both judging committee and audience. Since then he has been writing and presenting to the general public a wide range of topics in numerous ways that include television programs, science theater, short documentaries, talks, articles in magazines and books. The present book, originally written in Greek, was the outcome of bibliographic research conducted a few years ago due to a presentation of the same topic for a science communication event. The author notes that his frequent vivid dreams have also been a major motivation for researching and writing about this topic.

Spiros Kitsinelis is a researcher and author. His research publications, other books and media appearances can be found on his personal website www.the-nightlab.com


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