[17 Oct] Apéro Scientifique: let’s talk about science & society! [fr]
Join us for the first edition of a new recurring event, l’Apéro Scientifique, a casual discussion in French about science & society, organised as part of Maths Week 2018.
This theme for this first edition will be "Big Data, 21st Century Cornucopia?"
A free event.
Wednesday 17th October 2018 – 6.30pm-7.30 pm
Admission free – First drink on us!
The Alliance Française Dublin and the Embassy of France in Ireland are happy to introduce a new recurring event: the "Apéro Scientifique", a series of discussions in French on science and society!
Open to all, teenagers and adults, the Apéro Scientifique is all about encouraging public discussions on topical subjects linked to sciences, philosophy and society, with the help of a panel of moderators... while you are enjoying a drink!
First edition: "Big Data, 21st Century Cornucopia?" with Dr Marc Daumas (Science Attaché, Embassy of France in Ireland), Marc Girod (Software Engineer, Salesforce) and Prof. Tahar Kechadi (Computer Sciences, University College Dublin).
Date & time: Wednesday 17th October, 6.30 - 7.30 pm
Venue: Cocotte restaurant, Alliance Française Dublin
Free event but registration necessary here
This first edition is organised as part of Maths Week 2018