Starmus Morning Entertainment

Starmus Morning Entertainment

Price/pris: Festival Pass required
Time/Tid:  10:00 – 13:00
Venue: Trondheim Spektrum

During the mornings there will be a fascinating choice of activities and panel discussions to attend in Spektrum as well as other locations in Trondheim. There will be opportunities for festivalgoers to meet speakers and astronauts and to embrace interactive experiences.

VR Zone Stage

Sunday 18 June

11:45 – 12:25:  REVOLVE NTNU – Project Revolve: Develop and build an electric race car from scratch in one year.
12:30:                 VITENSENTERET– Going beyond virtual reality and creating an interactive future

Monday 19 June

11:45–  12:25:  Exhibitor talk: QUEEN + Adam Lambert: VR THE CHAMPIONS – Behind the scenes: Making the impossible possible. Presented by Director Jannicke Mikkelsen
12:30:                 EVA training in VR – Q&A with Astronaut Terry Virts

Tuesday 20 June

11:45 – 12:25: Panel discussion: OUT OF THE BLUE – Art and science for oceans futures. Panel discussion: Francesca von Habsburg and Markus Reymann. Moderated by Florian Schneider.
12:30:                Exhibitor talk: BUZZ ALDRIN: CYCLING PATHWAYS TO MARS – Presented by Mission Control Director to Buzz Aldrin, Christina Korp.

Wednesday 21 June

11:30 – 12:15: Exhibitor panel discussion: LIVE SHOW RECORDING: LARRY KING NOW – RT presents SPACE 360 shot by Cosmonaut Andrei Borisenko at the International Space Station.

12:30:                Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs / Mørk materie og dinosaurene – Lisa Randall

Thursday 22 June

11:30 – 11:55:   The Future Group. – Interactive entertainment is the future!
12:00 – 13:00: Interactive demo: THE GLOVES – Wearable tech for musicians. Presented by astrophysicist and music producer Kelly Snook

Friday 23 June

VR Zone Stage

10:00-11:30 Demonstration Kelly Snook´s gloves

11:30-12:30 “The dark side of the universe” – talk by Priyamvada Natarajan

12:30-13:30 Demonstration Kelly Snook´s gloves

Kaspersky Hub

Monday 19 June

10:30 – 11:30: EARTH 2050: A glimpse into the future

Open mic session moderated by Rainer Bock (Kaspersky Lab, Head of Corporate PR and Strategic Project)

Earth 2050 it’s the Kaspersky Lab project that was intended to find out how the future of the Earth would look like. At the website, we’ve published detailed forecasts made by GReAT experts and futurologists from various countries for three milestones: 2030, 2040, and 2050.

During the presentation, we will open a discussion that will be leading by one of the predictions author Ryan Naraine to think together on the future of the Earth. We will choose the prediction and the audience will decide to agree or disagree with it. Discussions welcomed.

KL participants: Ryan Naraine (Kaspersky Lab, Head of Research Center North America)

Tuesday 20 June

 10:30 – 11:30: Education: futureproofing science and cybersecurity

Skills shortage in the cybersecurity industry is similar to that of the science world – a great topic to unite Kaspersky’s mission with that of the science world. We can talk about the challenges in the cybersecurity world, with different perspectives from University, Students, Etc. We can back up our arguments with recent survey results, and there may be an opportunity to find a male/female angle on the topic too.

KL participants: Rob Langford (Kaspersky Lab, Senior Corporate Communications Manager), Ryan Naraine (Kaspersky Lab, Head of Research Center North America)

External participants: NTNU TBA

Wednesday 21 June

10:30 – 11:30: Kaspersky Lab Industrial Cyber Security: ICS environments can be extremely customized and complex

Live demo on how Kaspersky Lab can protect them.

We will show Kaspersky Industrial Cyber Security and how it is specifically designed to protect complex industrial environments that contain a diverse range of proprietary systems.

KL participants: Eugene Kaspersky (Kaspersky Lab CEO), Oleg Vorobyov (Kaspersky Lab, Industrial Automation Security Expert)

External participants:

Thursday 22 June

10:00 – 11:30: KIPS game (Kaspersky Interactive Protection Simulation)

Kaspersky Lab experts will hold Kaspersky Interactive Protection Simulation (KIPS) game – an interactive simulation, which allows everyone to assume the role of a cybersecurity expert. Participants will learn to make critical decisions under time pressure and gain a fresh perspective on urgent problems in information security. The scenario includes real-life threats these organizations are facing on a daily basis. The goal is to protect the business and gain revenue. Each decision affects the course of events, and time is running out – just like in real life.

To participate in the game, one does not need to be an experienced cybersecurity expert. Number of participants (1 game): up to 100 people.

KL participants:  Yuliya Kuklina (Kaspersky Lab, Educational Programs Manager), Tatiana Guseva (Kaspersky Lab, Employer Branding Group Manager)

Friday 23 June

10:30 – 11:30: Sound of Safety: connecting music with cybersecurity

The same way Starmus connects Science with Music, we will take a highly creative approach with an experimental campaign that seeks to identify and make sense of the perception of the sound of safety.

KL participants: Rainer Bock (Kaspersky Lab, Head of Corporate PR and Strategic Project)

External participants: TBA

Film “The Spacewalker

Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10:30 AM
Place: Nova Kinosenter ,  Screen 1 (439 seats)

Main hall

Monday 19 June

11:00:  Brian Cox and Robin Ince host BBC Radio 4’s The Infinite Monkey Cage

“The Infinite Monkey Cage” is an award winning science / comedy show that has become somewhat of a phenomena in the UK. The show is hosted by Professor Brian Cox and comedian Robin Ince and aims to take a witty, irreverent and unashamedly rational look at the world according to science, and each week Brian and Robin are joined by well-known science enthusiasts as well as key figures from the world of science.  The aim of the programme is to take science out of the ghetto and into the heart of popular culture and to fight the corner for science, rationality and empirical evidence.

The show takes the form of a panel discussion hosted by Brian cox and Robin Ince. They will be joined by Astronauts Charlie Duke, Sandra Magnus, Terry Virts, and Claude Nicollier.

Starmus Book signing

by Lecturers of Starmus Festival

  •      Sunday:          TBA
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