Videocontest

it is all about your passion, vision, research,
computer science and its power
to shape the future…

Voices of Computer Science:
Put the Spotlight on Researchers and Pioneers!

Videocontest, TU, Know-Center, i-KNOW 2015

The Faculty for Computer Science and BioMedical Engineering is holding a video contest in the run-up to the first „Computational Life Sciences Day“ on October 21, 2015. The goal is to collect connotations and capture atmospheric images related to the topic „Computer Science – Shaping the Future“. We want to know what kind of research computer scientists, students and interdisciplinary teams are up to. What are they most passionate about? How do they want to shape the future? What type of research is being carried out in Graz? What visions of the future do people, particularly scientists, have today?

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Submission Guidelines

Video Submission Deadline: September 30, 2015

Topics: The topics can be chosen freely. We want to know what kind of research computer scientists, students and interdisciplinary teams are up to. What are they most passionate about? How do they want to shape the future?
What type of research is being carried out in Graz? What visions of the future do people, particularly scientists, have today?

Who can participate? Everyone.

Necessary participant information: name, email, telephone number, short description, video category: student, researcher, other

How to submit a video? Send via bigmail.tugraz.at to videocontest.informatik@tugraz.at with the subject „Videocontest 2015“. Please remember to include participants‘ information! View example.

Video format: (mobile) short videos in .mp4, .mov format or similar,
maximum length: 90 seconds, language: German or English

Announcement and exhibition: The contest results as well as the planned exhibition will take place in the course of the first „Computational Life Sciences Day“ on October 21, 2015.

Awards: 3 iPads and entry to i-KNOW 2015 incl. conference party

Organizer: Faculty for Computer Science and BioMedical Engineering

Jury: The expert jury consists of internal and external experts.

Rights: By a submission, each participant confirms that the submitted images and videos originate from himself/herself and that no rights of third parties are violated by the transfer of videos and images to the Faculty for Computer Science and BioMedical Engineering. Through the submission, the sender transfers the non-exclusive usage rights for the exhibition, the Web, media work, flyer etc. free of charge to the Faculty for Computer Science and BioMedical Engineering.

Miscellaneous: Any recourse to courts of law is excluded.

Contact

Martina Piewald
Email: videocontest.informatik@tugraz.at