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Art and digital visualisations as a way to reach out with science - experiences from the Campus 2030-project

At Brinellvägen 8 there is a QR-code that you can scan to access the Campus2030 app. (Photo: David Callahan)

Welcome to the first Science Impact Talk lunchtime seminar! The talks are open to all KTH staff, primarily aimed at doctoral students and junior researchers and teaching staff.

Time: Tue 2024-04-16 12.00 - 13.00

Location: Salongen, KTH Library

Language: English

Participating: Nicole Kringos, Katarina Larsen

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Nicole Kringos (Photo: Private)

Register here for the lunch seminar

In this first Science Impact Talk (SIT) lunch seminar, Professor Nicole Kringos , Director of Road2Science3.0 and project leader for Campus 2030, will talk about her experience of creating impact ‘outside of the box’.
The talk will give inspiration and provide experiences from an approach of using augmented reality (AR) as a tool to present research and for broader outreach to different users. After the presentation, there will be time for questions and discussion.


A lunch seminar series focusing on impact and research communication aimed at doctoral students and junior researchers and teaching staff at KTH. The goal is to provide support, tools, inspiration and new insights into different types of impact and encourage new thinking. By extension, the initiative intends to strengthen KTH's researchers' tools for participating in the public debate, disseminate results from research at KTH and get inspiration to use new tools for societal impact and research communication.

The Spring 2024 seminars are organised by the School of Architecture and the Built Environment.

Coordinator and SIT moderator: Katarina Larsen , KTH, ABE