1. How can I attend the conference?
The conference is free and open to everyone interested but requires prior online registration. The registration form can be found here and the deadline is 22 October.
2. Why do I have to register for a conference?
You will get an access code, so this way we can control possible hacks.
3. What are the technical requirements to attend the conference?
You need a device with a browser (Chrome/Firefox preferably) and access to the internet. Workshops will take place on Microsoft Teams, while the conference will be held on Zoom. It's possible to install the software on your device:
4. How can I access the conference?
After registering you will receive detailed instructions on how to access the conference. Post link to PDF describing how to access the conference here.
5. Where can I find the conference programme?
The conference programme, including short biographical information on the speakers, can be accessed under the header CONFERENCE.
6. What Time Zone does the timetable refer to?
Timetable refers to Central European Time.
7. For whom is this conference organised? Students only?
The conference is organised and open for everybody who is interested in the subject.
8. Can I participate in the workshops?
All workshops are already fully booked. Unfortunately, we can only offer a limited number of spaces per workshop. However, we invite you to participate in the online conference on 23 October 2020 (cf. programme) between 9 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. and visit the poster exhibition at PROM Saska Kępa in Warsaw (from 21 October 2020, 6 P.M.).
9. Will the lectures and discussions be translated into Polish?
No, the conference will be held exclusively in English.
10. Will there be the possibility of asking the speakers questions?
Yes, after each segment there will be an opportunity to ask questions in the chat.
11. Will the lectures and discussion be recorded?
12. I do not hear sound. What to do?
13. The video is not working. What to do?
14. Why is EUNIC Warsaw engaging in a project on sustainable cities?
The European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) Cluster Warsaw strives to build bridges between culture, society, economy, and technology in cooperation with local partners. With the project IF – Social Design for Sustainable Cities EUNIC Warsaw aims to highlight the involvement of culture and social design in the societal debate on sustainable cities. EUNIC Warsaw is confident that connecting different perspectives will result in something new and creative. Also, the project IF – Social Design for Sustainable Cities will contribute to a framework for continuing interdisciplinary discussions including creative minds using arts as a tool, helping to pave the way for sustainable urban growth.
15. My questions is not listed here, whom can I contact?
Please send an email to email@example.com.