Boksläpp: Evidensbaserad stadsutveckling, 9 april

Hur byggs en stad? Har vi allt tillgängligt vetande samlat när vi tar beslut som ändrar förutsättningen för livet i staden?

Etnolog Joakim Forsemalm och pedagog Magnus Johansson har under flera års tid fördjupat sig i processerna som bygger våra städer. Deras nya bok Evidensbaserad stadsutveckling beskriver hur professionell kunskap om stadsutveckling kan balanseras mot både vetenskaplig kunskap och det kunnande som finns hos de som bor och verkar i stadsdelar.

Välkommen på releasefest!

Datum: 9 april 17:00-19:00

Plats: Storm Innovation Hub, Malmö universitet (byggnaden Gäddan, Citadellsvägen 7)

Obs! Begränsat antal platser. Anmäl dig här!

Program

17:15     Joakim Forsemalm och Magnus Johansson hälsar välkommen och inleder

17:30     Panelsamtal om behovet av att arbeta mer evidensbaserat med stadsutveckling

Paneldeltagare: Olof Andersson (VD, Trianon), Martin Grander (bostadsforskare, Malmö universitet), Victoria Percovich Gutierrez (hållbarhetsstrateg, White Arkitekter)

18:00     Mingel och därefter efterfest hos Radar Arkitektur, Kristianstadsgatan 14

Research through Design

During four days, Storm highlights Research through design with tangible examples and research talks about the impact, usefulness and distinctions in relation to other research methods. Research Through Design is a concept that describes a research approach where the design process in itself becomes a way of acquiring new knowledge. 

Friday 18/1

16:00-19:00. Vernissage for the exhibition Norm Critical and Norm Creative Design, by second-year product design students.

Monday 21/1

Lilla Storm

09:00-17:00. Exhibition Norm Critical and Norm Creative Design

Stora Storm

SENSIBLE RESEARCH – Touch it, feel it, smell it!

14.00-15.00. Mixed Reality Walks and Augmented Reality with Marika Hedemyr

15.00-16.30. Nosewise Lab – Olfactory Research through Design with Simon Niedenthal

In this pop-up scent lab, we gather to exercise our sense of smell and discuss scents. This afternoon will be devoted to wine aroma featuring the Jean Lenoir Le Nez du Vin kit, which contains 54 vials of aromatic materials that compose wine bouquet.

Tuesday 22/1

Lilla Storm

09:00-17:00. Exhibition Norm Critical and Norm Creative Design

Wednesday 23/1

Lilla Storm

09:00-17:00. Exhibition Norm Critical and Norm Creative Design

Stora Storm

08:30-10:00. Research through Breakfast – Panel discussion on practice-led and practice-based research

Breakfast from 08:30, talk starts at 09:00

Moderator: Elin Olander – Senior Lecturer in Industrial Design at Lunds University

Panel: Michelle Westerlake – Doctoral Student in interaction and game design, Lars Holmberg – Doctoral Student at the Department of Computer Science and Media Technology, Alicia Smedberg – Doctoral Student in Participatory Design.

Movie for Change

This spring Storm invites you to Movie for Change – five evenings to watch, discuss and reflect upon the subject of positive change!

The last Thursday of every month, between 17-20, we welcome you to a movie night about sustainable development. With specially invited guests we will thereafter address and discuss problems and opportunities for sustainable development connected to the theme of the movies.

Worried you’ll get hungry? At sign-up, you can pre-order a vegan wrap from Café Vindstilla (40 kr). There is also a microwave available – and free coffee! Feel free to bring some snacks.

The events are co-produced with the Department of Urban Studies, the Leadership for Sustainability master’s programme and Fenix Miljöförening.

31/1 – 17:00-20:00  The True Cost

On the theme of Sustainable Development Goal number
12 – Responsible consumption and production, we will kick the semester off with the documentary The True Cost. A film about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the industry is having on our world.

The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost explores the links between the consumer pressure for low-cost high fashion and the meagre existences of the sweatshop workers who produce the goods.

Special guests of the evening are Tom Nilsson (Ph.D. in political science, part of the research project MISTRA: Future Fashion), Kim Gerlach (Vinokilo/Drivhuset) and Jian Chen (SOPACT).

28/2 – 17:00-20:00  Chasing Coral

On the theme of Sustainable Development Goal number 14 – Life below water, February’s film is Chasing Coral. The world’s oceans – their temperature, chemistry, currents and life – drive global systems that make the Earth habitable for humankind. But coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. A team of divers, photographers and scientists set out on a thrilling ocean adventure to discover why and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world.

Guests for this evening to be announced.

Facebook event

SIGN UP HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/06j9HRSIvFjqaECs1

28/3 – 17:00-20:00  Tomorrow

During Drivhuset Days of Entrepreneurship, Movie for Change takes on goal number 9: Industries, innovation and infrastructure with the film Tomorrow. The filmmakers set out on a journey to meet the pioneers who are re-inventing agriculture, energy, economy, democracy and education. Joining those concrete and positive actions which are already working, they began to figure out what could be tomorrow’s world…

More info about the film

25/4 – 17:00 The Human Scale

Goal number 11: Sustainable cities and communities

23/5 – 17:00 – TBA

Hoffice at Storm

Every fourth week, we welcome you to set up office at Storm (Gäddan, Citadellsvägen 7). Bring your laptop and get started on that to-do-list in a distraction-free zone. Open all day from 08:30-17:00, drop in when you can!

Attend on Facebook

2019 dates:

  • Thursday 24/1
  • Wednesday 20/2
  • Wednesday 20/3
  • Wednesday 17/4
  • Wednesday 15/5

Inspired by the concept Hoffice, the day will be split into 45-minute silent working sessions with energizing breaks in-between. At the beginning of each session, everyone tells the group what they’re going to work on, and at the end of each session we check in with each other to see what we managed to get done.

We guarantee that you will end the day having accomplished even more than you planned for – without feeling drained of energy!

For Malmö University staff and students.

11 dec – Akademisk dubbelkvart

 
Hur kommer samspelet med vardagens ting se ut när de börjar tänka och fatta egna beslut? Är en mer medveten vardagsteknik något att räkna med när vår hälsa sviktar?
 
Välkommen till en akademisk dubbelkvart och samtal mellan Anders Kottorp och Lars Holmberg och deras forskning kring hälsa, vardagsteknik och artificiell intelligens den 11 december kl. 13:00 på Storm.
 
En akademisk kvart är Malmö universitets populärvetenskapliga föreläsningsserie där en av universitetets forskare under en kvart presenterar aktuell forskning på ett begripligt och kortfattat vis. Till En akademisk dubbelkvart bjuder Storm in två forskare som ger sin akademiska kvart igen för en ny publik och ett samtal kring frågor som fångar spänningsfältet mellan deras olika forskningsområden. Samtalsvärd är Carljohan Orre, lärare och forskare vid institutionen för datavetenskap och medieteknik. 
 
 
Anders Kottorp: Vardagsteknik i hem och samhälle – hinder eller möjlighet?
professor i arbetsterapi vid Malmö universitet
 
Anders Kottorp forskar på de konsekvenser som personer med olika sjukdomar eller funktionsnedsättningar kan uppleva i ett vardags- och samhällsperspektiv, samt hur olika insatser kan utvecklas för att minimera de negativa konsekvenserna. Anders har specialiserat sig på att mäta olika utfall som är viktiga att påverka inom hälso- och sjukvård och sociala verksamheter, till exempel ökad grad av delaktighet, bättre hälsa och ökad livskvalitet. De senaste åren har han fokuserat på hur personer med olika funktionsnedsättningar kan använda vardagsteknik, och vilka möjligheter och begränsningar som finns.
 
Lars Holmberg: Att uppfostra en liten AI (Artificiell intelligens)
doktorand i datavetenskap
 
Lars Holmberg utbildar i programmering på InteraktionsDesignProgrammet (IDk) och är en del av forskningscentrat Internet of Things and People. Hans forskning berör områden som datavetenskap, datorteknik, systemteknik och interaktionsdesign, med fokus på interaktionen mellan människa och teknik.
 

15 nov – Hoffice at Storm – Co-working 2.0

At Storm, we love to explore new ways of working more efficiently, creatively and collaboratively. And we want you to join us!

On Thursday the 15th of November, everyone working at Malmö University is cordially invited to set up office at Storm (Gäddan, Citadellsvägen 7). Inspired by Hoffice, the day will be split into 45-minute silent working sessions with energizing breaks in-between. At the beginning of each session, everyone tells the group what they’re going to work on, and at the end of each session we check in with each other to see what we managed to get done.

Attend the event on Facebook to remember or add it to your calendar!

Participate the whole day or just for some of the sessions.

The day will be structured as follows:

08:30 – Drop in, get a coffee, chit-chat and get comfortable

09:00 – Work session #1

09:45 – Break #1 – Guided meditation

10:00 – Work session #2

10:45 – Break #2 – Activate your senses

11:00 – Work session #3

11:45 – Break #3 – Share your progression

12:00 – Lunch

Bring your own lunch or get it from our neighbours Café Vindstilla or Malmö Saluhall. If the weather is nice, we will finish the lunch break with a short walk in Kungsparken.

 

13:00 – Work session #4

13:45 – Break #4 – Stretching

14:00 – Work session #5

14:45 – Break #5 – Fika

15:00 – Work session #6

15:45 – Surprise!

16:00 – Work session #7

Optional: Silent after work in Lilla, our cosy pillow room. Put away all screens and wind down in silence.

17:00 – AW at care/of

The Storm team will lead the day and keep track of the schedule. Stora Storm, our big workshop room, will be a quiet working space. Lilla Storm, our cozy amphitheatre room, will be available for meetings, phone calls or working with some music on in the background. The kitchen is also available to grab a coffee or tea from any time.

Come be productive and co-work in a new setting!

If you have any questions, please contact julia.micanovic@mau.se