Techne Meetup Brighton (ノ°∀°)ノ


location University of Sussex | Mon 27 Nov 2017, 17:00 @ Sussex Humanities Lab

This is an informal meetup series for researchers and makers across the University of Sussex and beyond to meet others from a variety of backgrounds whose work also explores tools, machines or the digital.

The launch event in November 2017 at the University of Sussex Humanities Lab featured short fireside chats with Dr Thor Magnusson (Music), Dr Andrés Guadamuz (Law) and Prof Caroline Bassett (Humanities Lab), a group exercise to make the immaterial material, and consumption of some of the SHL's finest wines.

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Speakers

  • Andres Guadamuz

    Dr Andres Guadamuz is a Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Sussex and an Associate Researcher of the CREATe Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy. He is an international consultant for the World Intellectual Property Organization, and has been involved with Creative Commons in various roles since 2005. His main research areas are open licensing, software protection, digital copyright, and complexity in networks.

  • thor magnusson

    Dr Thor Magnusson is a Senior Lecturer in Music at the University of Sussex. His work focusses on the impact digital technologies have on musical creativity and practice, explored through software development, composition and performance. He is the co-founder of ixi audio (www.ixi-audio.net), and has developed audio software, systems of generative music composition, written computer music tutorials, and created two musical live coding environments.

  • SussexHumanitiesLab

    Prof Caroline Bassett is Professor of Digital Media and Communications at the School of Media, Film and Music at the University of Sussex and Director of the Sussex Humanities Lab. Her research is centred on investigating and critically analysing the relationship between communication technologies, cultures and societies.

Hosts

  • Kat Braybrooke 👹🎊

    Digital anthropologist, curator and designer. PhD candidate at Sussex Humanities Lab researching power geometries at makerspaces within cultural institutions in London. Alum @Mozilla @DigiAnth @OKFN.

  • Maria Bjarnadottir

    Icelandic lawyer pursuing a PhD in Law at Sussex. Her research “Does the internet limit human rights protection?” builds on her experience working for the Icelandic Government Offices in relevant fields.

  • Emma Harrison

    PhD candidate at Sussex Humanities Lab. Research on collective action, cognition and our tech. Enjoyer + maker of electronic noises. ✊🏾👽

Location

University of Sussex

Falmer, Brighton BN1 9RH, UK

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