Science@Sunset: The Internet of all Things


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Presenter:  Rohan Hawthorne & Justin Schmidt

Date: Mar 12, 2017

Time: 3:00pm to 6:30pm

Contact person:  Paul Lyons; Inspiring Australia
T: 08 8946 7423
E: paul.lyons@cdu.edu.au

Location:  Birch Carroll and Coyle, Mitchell Street, Darwin

Science@Sunset: The Internet of all Things

For the first Science@Sunset of 2017 we join the Darwin Film Society’s Flix in the Wet for their screening of ‘Lo and Behold’ – Award-winning filmmaker Werner Herzog examines the past, present and constantly-evolving future of the Internet and how it affects human interaction and modern society in this fascinating documentary.

After the film join our presenters to discuss the pros and cons of the internet on us all.

Is the Internet and its applications a help or a hindrance for us?

  • Rohan Hawthorne – Secretary of the Australian Computer Society NT
  • Justin Schmidt – The use of Open source data logging. Empowering Communities to use data to make change

Get discounted tickets to the movie!

RSVP to Science at Sunset.

The Science at Sunset RSVP list will be given to the Flix in the Wet organisers.

All those who have RSVP’d will be able to buy concession-priced tickets from the Flix in the Wet pop-up box office at BCC Cinema on the day.

If booking online, simply buy concession tickets. On the day, your online purchase will be checked off against the names on the RSVP list.

RSVP at info@inspirednt.com.au

Starts:12 March 2017 - 3.00pm

Ends:12 March 2017 - 6.30pm

Location:Darwin

Venue:Film starts at 3pm.
Birch Carroll and Coyle; Mitchell St

5 to 6:30pm for presentation and Q&A
StoneHouse Darwin Wine Bar: 33 Cavenagh St