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INsight November 2015: Watch how Arts and Science inspire each other!

Watch how Arts and Science inspire each other!
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QUANTUM - A dance performance inspired by science
26 and 27 Nov 2015, Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Bangalore
04 and 05 Dec 2015 at Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi

QUANTUM is an innovative dance performance by Gilles Jobin - a choreographer of international acclaim, developed after his residency at the CERN – the world’s largest particle physics laboratory. QUANTUM is based on the concept of kinetic movement in particle physics and is a stunning example of the mutual inspiration that can happen when artists and scientists work alongside one another. The performance is jointly organized by the Embassy of Switzerland, swissnex India/ Consulate General of Switzerland in Bangalore and Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council, as part of the Year of Swiss Innovation in India.
To collect the free tickets for the performance in Bangalore, walk into swissnex India between 9.30 am and 5.30 pm.

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Fragments of Switzerland
28 Oct - 18 Dec 2015, Movenpick Hotel & Spa, Bangalore

Fragments of Switzerland is an interactive installation based on the concept of a virtual stage with visual and acoustic stimuli. The visitor gets a glance of different scenarios composed of live imagery from places all over Switzerland. These images are projected on a fragmented screen hanging from the ceiling, which aims to change the perception of space as time lapses from day to night. Free entry: walk in to Mövenpick Hotel lobby to view this amazing work of art!
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HEP Vaud Delegation in India
9 - 14 Nov 2015, swissnex India

swissnex India looks forward to hosting a three member faculty delegation from the University of Teacher Education, HEP Vaud, Switzerland visiting Bangalore, Mysore and Pondicherry in November. The purpose of the visit is to establish partnerships with universities of teacher education and explore internship opportunities for their students with organizations in India. 
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Lighting Design Workshop
16 Nov 2015, Ranga Shankara, Bangalore
8:00 am - 1:00 pm IST
Ranga Shankara and swissnex India present an advanced stage lighting design workshop by Christoph Siegnethaler, a leading lighting designer and professor of lighting design at Scuola Teatro Dimitri, Switzerland. The workshop is aimed at production design enthisiasts who wish to hone their skills and develop a better understanding of the language of lighting.

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15 Dec 2015Joseph Deiss, University of Fribourg,
12:00 pm to 5:30 pm CET

Join us for swissnex Day’15, the yearly flagship event bringing together representatives from Switzerland’s education, research and innovation community, featuring a panel discussion with distinguished experts, among others Dr. Marianne Janik, CEO of Microsoft Switzerland, on the impact of Big Data in science and innovation in Switzerland. Connect with representatives of swissnexes and the science and technology counselor network. 
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Lift India 2015 - decoding data, celebrating innovation!
Starting with the opening of an exhibition on innovative visualization of data on levels of pollution to celebrating the Year of Swiss Innovation in India and concluding with a one day conference on digital technology and innovation, Lift India 2015 was an amazing journey for swissnex India, our partners and the participants. Here's a pictorial recap of the day
When India meets Switzerland, we game!
Every year, we invite talented Swiss game developers to India to showcase their work for the enthusiasts here and connect with Indian game developers. This year, swissnex India and Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council brought Swiss game developers to the biggest gathering of gamers in India - NASSCOM Game Developers Conference, Pune. The Swiss Gaming Corner that we set up at the conference became extremely popular with participants coming back for more. Here's a peak at the 'game-filled' day. 
Student stories from ETH Zurich
Source: ETH Zurich - Department of Computer Science
Animesh Trivedi, a student from India, narrates his experience of doing a PHD in Computer Sciences from Switzerland's premier institute of engineering and technology, ETH Zurich. Read more

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