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Register for Visualizing Knowledge 2023

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Visualizing Knowledge invites you to discuss and explore uncertainty in a new light. Let’s find prevalent questions and explanations through information design and data visualization to unravel the complexity. The conference takes place on the 16th of June 2023 in Helsinki, Finland organized by Aalto University. 
See you in June!

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How do we visualize the complexity of the world we’re living in? We are inviting experts and new talent alike to explore the unknown in everything between developing energy transitions, the growing presence of AI tools, ethical considerations in crisis reporting, and the future of access to open science.

Register here
 

When
16.6.2023 8:45 – 17:30

Where
Kandidaattikeskus
Otakaari 1, 02150 Espoo

Registration fee
Earlybird Price – 99 EUR (ends on 16th March 2023)
Regular Conference Fee – 129 EUR
Conference Fee for Grafia Members – 60 EUR
Conference Fee for Students – 25 EUR
Free registration for Students and Staff of Department of Art and Media, Aalto ARTS

Registration period:
16.2.2023 9:00 – 15.6.2023 23:30

Event language(s)
English

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