Dans le cadre de l’utilisation de Klewel au sein de l’EPFL, l’Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne enregistre et met en ligne des cours et conférences. Au sein de l’Ecole d’Architecture, une série de conférences est webcastée:
ARCHIZOOM à l’EPFL est une plateforme d’échanges sur l’architecture. Si les expositions et les conférences publiques sont ses activités principales, ARCHIZOOM est aussi une vitrine pour les travaux des étudiants. Dans un contexte académique exceptionnel, ARCHIZOOM profite et relaie des recherches et des compétences scientifiques de haute qualité qui toutes bénéficent d’un rayonnement international.
Par sa programmation pluridisciplinaire, ouverte aux nouvelles interactions entre art, science et ingénierie, ARCHIZOOM entend prendre une part active au débat sur l’environnement construit et son rapport à la société.
“Las Vegas Studio: Images From the Archives of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown”
Une exposition du Museum im Bellpark, Kriens
organisée par Hilar Stadler et Martino Stierli en collaboration avec l’artiste Peter Fischli
exhibition design at Archizoom by Youri Kravtchenko
Learning from Las Vegas (L’Enseignement de Las Vegas), traité de théorie de l’architecture publié en 1972, séduit d’abord par son discours visuel attachant. Pour Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown et Steven Izenour, la trace photographique est tout à la fois un moyen d’argumentation et de représentation de leur objet de recherche. S’il est vrai que Learning from Las Vegas est souvent associé à la transgression des tabous, on peut également voir dans l’usage des techniques photographiques empruntées à l’anthropologie et à l’art une composante à part entière de cette démarche provocatrice. En photographiant l’environnement bâti sous l’angle de l’apparence et du phénomène, les participants du projet Las Vegas Studio ont suscité surprise et désapprobation dans un establishment architectural qui envisageait l’architecture comme une mission émanant nécessairement d’une structure.
In partnership with the Swiss and international hospitality industry, the world’s first hotel school prepares the leaders of tomorrow. Their philosophy of learning, combining experience and discovery, leads to the mastery of the arts and sciences of hospitality management. EHL chooses Klewel to record and webcast their Information session.
EHL welcomes future students to visit and learn about their academic programmes, student life and career prospects. As indicated on the website, “The EHL talent profile“, Hospitality offers great opportunities. But it is not for everyone. Students need a special combination of talents to succeed in this complex and dynamic environment. On the one hand, students are running a successful business and need hard business skills and know-how. On the other, students are dealing with intangibles as they create magical experiences for their clients and they need both relationship and artistic skills.
Information session in video:
The activities for this event include:
• Programme information and admission procedures presentations
• A tour of the campus, guided by EHL ambassadors, a group of highly motivated and enthusiastic students willing to share their experiences and knowledge of EHL
• Cocktail with EHL Admissions Officers
As a member of the Meeting Support Institute, Klewel decided to support and webcast FRESH 2012. FRESH 2012 is the first conference that focuses on the design and execution of the content side conferences and meetings for better performance.
If you want a ticket for that event, feel free to contact us: contact at klewel.com.
What is the underlying idea behind the FRESH concept? This is explained by Maarten Vanneste: Conferences should engage participants to DO something, so they need to be exciting, clear, interactive, innovative, high quality and most of all, based on clear and measurable objectives. Nowadays, most conferences are not at all that exciting so they need to be re-FRESH-ed.
FRESH will apply latest formats, demonstrate the latest techniques, flirt with science and showcase the latest technology that makes meetings better in order to deliver maximum results and ROI.
FRESH will therefore get best practice speakers that will introduce change, stage cool actors with a message, pioneer educational entertainment and more than ever involve the participants in engaging collaboration and co-creation.
The Verbier Green Pioneering Summit (VGPS) has established itself as a high profile, annual event which brings together world-renowned experts, representatives of the public and private sectors, and members of our local community.
For its 3rd Edition, the organizers have expanded the GPS programme by setting aside a full day for the Green Business Forum on Day 1, and hosting the launch of the World Mountain Forum (WMF) in collaboration with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) on Day 3. They also celebrated the International Year of the Forest by looking more closely at their vital role in our region and globally.
In the framework of the Third Verbier Green Pioneering Summit, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), in partnership with the private sector, internationally engaged individuals and regional mountain initiatives worldwide will launch the World Mountain Forum during the Verbier Green Pioneering Summit in conjunction with the celebration of the International Mountain Day on December 11th 2011.
The vision of the World Mountain Forum (WMF) is to conserve, construct and celebrate mountain regions as vital ecosystems, by engaging their inhabitants and all those who benefit from mountains to jointly promote their conservation and sustainable development.
Gérald Imfeld, Chairman de la fondation ITS (International Tourism Symposium) nous explique son expérience avec Klewel. Gérald Imfeld, Chairman of the ITS foundation (International Tourism Symposium) explains us his experience with Klewel (you can put the captions in English).
Transcription translated in English:
This is an honour to be here. This is one of the most and I attend a lot of conferences world over
and I can tell you that This is one of the most prestigious and most important conference that I attend It is an honour for us to begin the panel discussion…
As agreed, let’s have a interactive debriefing session together. I sent you the link In a nutshell, what do you think of this result.
Well, it gives me great pleasure to hear Michael Berry who is perhaps the most competent person in the world in the tourism field to say what he just said about the symposium it only strengthens my conviction that we must use these interventions, there are more than thirty because it’s an international event it might also be interesting to try to put the translations if available.
Yes it is possible with the agreement of interpreters, the content was recorded in English, French and German so if you want we can put the translation channels online
I totally think it’s a good decision, we did not do it last year. I think this gives more visibility now.
So now in terms communication in the short term and long term, how you see the future of this event?
I think we now have, with these interviews, speeches, round tables, a powerful promotional tool which shows the level and positions the symposium I think this will allow us to continue our internationnal approach. We had maybe a good idea by bringing a few years ago North America
we now involved China, Japan. We put great emphasis on social networks. I think we are now ready to prepare for next year and give a real international dimension to this event.
So it’s really open for next year.
Yes it is a very powerful tool.
In any case thank you for this good work.
thank you very much.