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Learn to Resist : New glocal resilience strategies of cultural institutions for a solidary art production
Peter Purg, Birste Sonnenberg, 2023, radio or television broadcast, podcast, interview, press conference

Abstract: Closures of cultural institutions as a result of the Corona pandemic, right-wing populist cultural agendas (and even policies!) that work against independent media and cultural workers, and then the Russian attacks on Ukrainian cultural institutions, attempting to erase a country's cultural identity, and artistic vitality. And then there's an obviously more and more fragile nature -- the waters below and the atmospheres above us in chaos. In times of multiple, overlapping crises, cultural institutions and festivals face the challenge of addressing these grievances through glocal processes of adaptation and learning, to become RESILIENT = prepared for change and emergencies, mastering them as robustly and creatively as possible. What resilience strategies are needed at the regional and global level to enable sustainable (international) cultural production and to establish solidarity-based forms of partnership? What are the most interesting examples -- from here, and there, and beyond? With Serge Klymko (Kyiv Biennale),Ukraine, Mei Shimada (CCBT Tokyo), Japan, Birte Sonnenberg (HELLERAU / Hybrid Biennale), Germany, Moderated by: pETER Purg (Univ. of Nova Gorica / Go!2025), Slovenia Schließungen von Kultureinrichtungen infolge der Corona-Pandemie, rechtspopulistische Kulturpolitik gegen unabhängige Medien und Kulturschaffende und die russischen Angriffe auf ukrainische Kulturinstitutionen, die die kulturelle Identität des Landes auslöschen sollen. In Zeiten multipler, sich überlagernder Krisen haben Kulturinstitutionen und Festivals die Herausforderung, diesen Missständen über glokale Anpassungs- und Lernprozesse zu begegnen. Immer mit dem Ziel, auf Veränderungen und Notfälle eingestellt zu sein und diese möglichst robust und kreativ zu meistern. Welche Resilienzstrategien auf regionaler und globaler Ebene braucht es, um nachhaltig (internationale) Kulturproduktion zu ermöglichen und solidarische Formen der Partnerschaften zu etablieren? Mit Serge Klymko (Kyiv Biennale), Mei Shimada (CCBT Tokyo) und Birte Sonnenberg (HELLERAU / Hybrid Biennale), moderiert von Peter Purg (Universität Nova Gorica)
Keywords: resistance, resilience, fragility, war, post-war, post-covid
Published in RUNG: 11.10.2023; Views: 723; Downloads: 3
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The Virus: A Neoliberal Detective in an Immune Slovenian Society
Primož Mlačnik, unpublished conference contribution

Keywords: The Virus, (auto)immunity, Covid-19 in Slovenia, Neoliberal detective fiction, cultural conservatism
Published in RUNG: 03.11.2022; Views: 1009; Downloads: 0
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Establishing a new balance : a fair marriage between global and local value chains
Vesna Lavtižar, Andreea Oarga-Mulec, 2022, independent professional component part or a chapter in a monograph

Keywords: supply chains, marketing chains, natural disasters, covid-19, globalization
Published in RUNG: 12.07.2022; Views: 1324; Downloads: 54
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Pilotna študija izobraževanja na izbrani srednji šoli v času pandemije covid-19 : magistrsko delo
Jernej Krenčan, 2022, master's thesis

Abstract: Pandemija covida-19 je spremenila delo in pogled na delo v skoraj vseh spektrih našega življenja, ki smo ga poznali pred pandemijo. Tudi izobraževalne ustanove so morale svoje delo prilagoditi in spremeniti. Predavatelji smo bili v času pandemije prvi, ki smo preizkušali različne platforme za delo na daljavo, da bi omogočili čim boljšo komunikacijo med predavatelji in slušatelji. Cilj magistrskega dela je primerjati načine šolskega pouka pred pandemijo in v času pandemije covida-19. Z izvedeno raziskavo med dijaki in učitelji izbrane srednje šole smo želeli potrditi ali ovreči hipotezo o neprimernosti ali primernosti izobraževanja na daljavo in subjektivno ocenjeno kvaliteto dela. Predstavili smo tudi nekaj primerov dobrih praks pri podajanju snovi, ki naj služijo predvsem temu, da bodo imeli drugi predavatelji boljše izhodišče za delo na daljavo, kot smo ga imeli mi. Ne samo podajanje snovi, tudi ocenjevanje je bilo v času pandemije spremenjeno, zato smo na podlagi praktičnih izkušenj ocenjevanja v magistrskem delu predstavili nekaj primerov dobrih praks v zvezi z ocenjevanjem znanja.
Keywords: izobraževanje, covid-19, pandemija, izobraževanje na daljavo, delo na daljavo, magistrske naloge
Published in RUNG: 07.06.2022; Views: 1673; Downloads: 69
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Kultura: "To je leto katastrofe" : zaprti knjigarne, gledališča, kinodvorane, umetniki v stiskah
Ivana Zajc, 2020, other component parts

Abstract: Epidemija covida-19 je ustavila javno življenje v Sloveniji, s tem pa prizadela področje kulture. Na vratih gledališč, kinodvoran in knjigarn so viseli napisi "Zaprto", kulturno življenje se je zasilno preselilo na splet, kar pa ustvarjalcev ne prepriča.
Keywords: umetnost, kultura, epidemija, Covid-19, gledališče, film, založništvo
Published in RUNG: 05.11.2021; Views: 1474; Downloads: 11
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Novo študijsko leto : z maskami na fakultetah, del predavanj prek spleta
Ivana Zajc, 2020, other component parts

Abstract: Fakultete bodo predavanja izvajale deloma v živo, deloma prek spleta, v skupnih prostorih študentskih domov pa bodo obvezne maske. Študij na daljavo je po mnenju študentov manj kakovosten in napornejši, univerzam pa prinaša visoke stroške.
Keywords: univerze, študentje, študij na daljavo, pandemija, Covid-19
Published in RUNG: 05.11.2021; Views: 1517; Downloads: 10
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The Unmanned Systems Research Laboratory (USRL) : a new facility for UAV-based atmospheric observations
Maria Kezoudi, Christos Keleshis, Panayiota Antoniou, George Biskos, Murat Bronz, Christos Constantinides, Maximillien Desservettaz, Ru-Shan Gao, Joe Girdwood, Griša Močnik, 2021, original scientific article

Abstract: The Unmanned Systems Research Laboratory (USRL) of the Cyprus Institute is a new mobile exploratory platform of the EU Research Infrastructure Aerosol, Clouds and Trace Gases Research InfraStructure (ACTRIS). USRL offers exclusive Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)-sensor solutions that can be deployed anywhere in Europe and beyond, e.g., during intensive field campaigns through a transnational access scheme in compliance with the drone regulation set by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for the research, innovation, and training. UAV sensor systems play a growing role in the portfolio of Earth observation systems. They can provide cost-effective, spatial in-situ atmospheric observations which are complementary to stationary observation networks. They also have strong potential for calibrating and validating remote-sensing sensors and retrieval algorithms, mapping close-to-the-ground emission point sources and dispersion plumes, and evaluating the performance of atmospheric models. They can provide unique information relevant to the short- and long-range transport of gas and aerosol pollutants, radiative forcing, cloud properties, emission factors and a variety of atmospheric parameters. Since its establishment in 2015, USRL is participating in major international research projects dedicated to (1) the better understanding of aerosol-cloud interactions, (2) the profiling of aerosol optical properties in different atmospheric environments, (3) the vertical distribution of air pollutants in and above the planetary boundary layer, (4) the validation of Aeolus satellite dust products by utilizing novel UAV-balloon-sensor systems, and (5) the chemical characterization of ship and stack emissions. A comprehensive overview of the new UAV-sensor systems developed by USRL and their field deployments is presented here. This paper aims to illustrate the strong scientific potential of UAV-borne measurements in the atmospheric sciences and the need for their integration in Earth observation networks.
Keywords: landscape, proximity, still life, COVID-19, domesticity
Published in RUNG: 16.08.2021; Views: 1645; Downloads: 147
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Still Life - natura morta : the landscapes of proximity
Saša Dobričić, Marco Acri, 2021, original scientific article

Keywords: landscape, proximity, Still Life, COVID-19, domesticity
Published in RUNG: 10.08.2021; Views: 1708; Downloads: 52
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Technology applications for health safety decision making under COVID-19 pandemic management
Rajan Gupta, Saibal K. Pal, Aayush Khattar, King Baliyan, 2020, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: A lot of new technological applications are emerging to combat the deadly novel coronavirus. This research study gives an overview of different applications that are developed by Government Institutions, Private Firms, and Individual Citizens across the world. The applications are reviewed based on their widespread use, effectiveness, availability to the broader audience, cost to implement it, concerns regarding the privacy and information collected by these apps and systems. The major eight areas of technology applications covered in this study are Contact Tracing, Social Distancing & Mask Detection, Live-feeds based Dashboards, Information Searching, Big Data and Robotics, Web-based Disease Surveillance Tools, Patient-level Information, Doctor-Patient interaction, and Informatory Chatbots. More than 100 apps were collected for this research survey to conclude the different categories in which technology is being used for decision making. This study will be useful for various health administrators, professionals, researchers, and academicians.
Keywords: COVID-19, coronavirus, technology applications, contact tracing, social distancing, chatbots, data lakes
Published in RUNG: 02.04.2021; Views: 2158; Downloads: 77
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