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Three new ACPC members

Lorenz Kampschulte, Dorothée Vatinel and Vesna Pajić

Vesna Pajić, Dorothée Vatinel and Lorenz Kampschulte join the Annual Conference Programme Committee.

Big thanks to Heather King, Johannes-Geert Hagmann, Laurent Chicoineau and Antonia Caola whose mandate is over soon.

The ACPC brings together science engagement experts, representatives of past, present and future conference hosts and Ecsite staff members. The ACPC is in charge of the conference’s format and programme, while each year the local host takes care of social events and logistics.

Vesna Pajić is Project manager at Ustanova Hisa eksperimentov - The House of Experiments, Ljubljana, Slovenia. She is an experienced project manager in the non-profit and profit sector with international work experience. Vesna is the coordinator of the Slovenian science festival Znanstival. She is a passionate museologist interested in the development of science communication.

Dorothée Vatinel is Curator of the Exhibitions division, Exhibitions projects department, Cité des sciences et de l’industrie (Universcience), Paris, France. Originally an expert in children's exhibitions with a science background, she is now working on travelling shows and European projects. Dorothée is on the lookout for all kinds of museographical proposals, in science centres of course but also in art and societal museums. Dorothée advocates for to the intellectual and cognitive comfort of all visitors, whether experts or novices.

Lorenz Kampschulte is Scientific Coordinator at Kiel Science Outreach Campus (KiSOC) / IPN, Germany. He holds a PhD in Nanoscience and worked as curator for Nano- and Bioscience at the Deutsches Museum in Munich for eight years. Today Lorenz is Scientific Coordinator of the Kiel Science Outreach Campus (KiSOC).


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2017 Ecsite Conference

This 28th edition brought 1,058 participants from 52 different countries to Porto, Portugal.  A warm thank you to our brilliant hosts: Natural History and Science Museum of the University of Porto (MHNC-UP) and Ciência Viva - and of course to all the participants who make this conference so special!