Ars Electronica Solutions is regularly invited to conferences, lectures and workshops of various orientations. Important subject areas in which this expertise is in demand include digitization, creativity, innovation, global change and, of course, artificial intelligence.
Here you will find an overview of the corresponding activities:
3D Cartography of COVID-19 Research
Linz, September 2021
The preparation of “COVID-19 Insights: Mapping Diversity and Community” by Ars Electronica Solutions and Garamantis Interactive Technologies for Deep Space 8K is an opportunity to bring an extremely sensitive topic to a wider audience.
Austria@Expo Dubai: The Austrian Pavilion
Linz, September 2021
The Austria Pavilion is dedicated to the themes of climate change, renewable energies, resource conservation and digitization.As part of the Deep Space Screenings during the Ars Electronica Festival, the Ars Electronica Solutions Team joined Gerd Erhartt (Querkraft Architekten) and Rupert Huber (composer) to report on the breathtaking architecture and the development and realization of the fascinating media installations in the Pavilion.
Samurai Museum Berlin – Behind the Scenes
Linz, September 2021
Future meets past - the permanent exhibition planned and conceived by Ars Electronica Solutions uses new and spectacular technologies, interactive concepts and stagings to take visitors on a breathtaking journey through time from the emergence of the samurai as a warrior caste to present-day Japan. The Deep Space Screenings during the Ars Electronica Festival offered visitors a glimpse behind the scenes of the emerging Samurai Museum. Ars Electronica Solutions presenters: Chris Bruckmayr, Ina Badics, Michael Mondria, Petros Kataras.
Made in Austria: Boundlessly Successful
Linz, April 2021
In the eighth episode of "Made in Austria: Borderlessly Successful," ORF III host Andreas Jäger visits the two export award winners Ars Electronica Linz GmbH & Co KG and own3d media GmbH. Managing Director Michael Mondria talks in an interview about the tireless efforts of Ars Electronica Solutions.
Smoke Sign -Tobacco Factory on Air
Linz, March 2021
Radio FRO accompanies the Tabakfabrik Linz in its rapid development. The broadcast series on the subject of art and culture documents events, profiles tenants of the Tabakfabrik and discusses the future of Linz's new creative hotspot. In the broadcast that aired on March 7, Ars Electronica Solutions had the opportunity to talk about itself, with Michael Mondria, Senior Director of Ars Electronica Solutions, as guest.
Re:Humanism Kunstpreis 2021
Linz/Rome, February 2021
Re:Humanism Cultural Association presents the second edition of the Re:Humanism Art Prize. The competition aims to explore the emergence and diffusion of Artificial Intelligence technologies in contemporary art. Artists were invited to submit projects on the theme: "Art and Artificial Intelligence - a proactive vision of the future that awaits us." One of this year's jury members is Michael Mondria, Senior Director of Ars Electronica Solutions.
Soil and agriculture in the digital age
Linz/Wien, November 2020
The Federal Environment Agency, the Austrian Soil Science Society and the Future Land Network invited to a virtual workshop on "Soil and Agriculture in the Digital Age". At this event, Michael Mondria gave a presentation on technical solutions for the visualization of geographic data.
Virtual lecture "Artificial intelligence - is it revolutionizing our lives?"
Linz/Salzburg, October 2020
Virtual lecture at the Haus der Natur, Museum of Nature and Technology, in Salzburg: In a lecture, Michael Mondria tells us what impact AI can have on our lives. "The world is undergoing profound change. Digitalization is advancing and groundbreaking developments in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) are opening up completely new possibilities. Which systems are already working with AI today and how will this technology change our future? Is AI expanding our thinking capabilities or replacing our brains?"
JBZ Autumn School on Climate Change
Linz/Salzburg, October 2020
From October 1-3, 2020, the Robert Jungk Library for Future Studies (JBZ) held an intensive seminar on climate change for the second time; this year in the form of a Fall School under the motto "For a Livable Future". Michael Mondria, Senior Director of Ars Electronica Solutions, discussed the potential of artificial intelligence for climate protection in his workshop "Earth to AI ....?". In addition, there was an exciting introduction to the basic functioning of AI with all its opportunities and dangers. The focus was on the question of how people can use technology for the benefit of society.
Austria makes Sense
Linz/Dubai, September 2020
Talk by Ars Electronica Solutions about the EXPO 2020 at the Ars Electronica Festival 2020, September 11.
Climate Emergency in Vorarlberg: A Trip to the Exhibition "Global Shift" in Bregenz
Linz/Bregenz, September 2020
The climate emergency in Vorarlberg, declared in 2019, not only addresses politics, but also the art and cultural scene have to make a contribution against global warming. The exhibition "Global Shift – Die Welt im Wandel (engl.: Global Shift - The World in Transition)" includes various interactive and participatory stations. These stations observe, document and comment on the traces left using our natural resources.
Climate Change from space – 360 degrees
Linz/Frascati, September 2020
ESA’s Earth Observation Facility (ESRIN) in Frascati, Italy hosts the Φ-Experience – an multimedia centre, comprising an Earth observation data visualization facility, conceived and realised by Ars Electronica Solutions. It demonstrates climate change aspects from an orbital perspective, using satellite images and new views of Earth.
Live-Duet Cubo Negro Culiacán and Deep Space 8K Linz
Linz/Culià¡can, September 2020
In this duett, visitors from Cubo Negro in Mexico and Deep Space 8K in Linz will be able to play together, live. Same environment, same time, only different destinations.
Virtual BR41N.IO Hackathon
Linz, September 2020
BR41N.IO is a brainstorming and collaborative marathon designed to be a learning experience for developers, technologists, engineers, students, artists, and scientists who cram and build brain-computer interface (BCI) applications together in teams. Michael Mondria was part of the jury.
Museum of Military Medicine (MMM)
Cardiff, November 2019
Deep Space as a highlight: The Museum of Military Medicine (MMM) facilitates public engagement with the history and development of the Army Medical Services. In the course of the new construction, a Deep Space similar to the one in the Ars Electronica Center in Linz will serve as an attraction for the public.
Tietomaa, November 2019
Keynote speech at the Science Centre Tietomaa. Michael Mondria gives the keynote speech on "Past and Future - Creative Solutions".
Salzburg, October 2019
Monday session at AK Salzburg. At this event accompanying the exhibition "Smart Home - Sweet Home?" Michael Mondria speaks on future issues in the Robert Jungk Library.
Trbovlje, October 2019
Focus on the brain. Michael Mondria gives a lecture on the development of BCI (Brain Computer Interface) devices and systems.
Singapore, October 2018
In 2010, the promising collaboration between ETH Zurich and the National Research Foundation of Singapore began around the two thematic blocks “Future Cities Laboratory” and “Future Resilient Systems”.
Beijing, October 2018
WISE was founded by Philipp Grefer to promote dialogue about digital life, style, culture, business, science and technology. WISE brings together thinkers and doers from different industries to discuss key questions about how we want and should live in the future. WISE is a platform for both great ideas and practical knowledge.
Mind the Gap, Innovation Day Strabag, SAP Digital Leader Summit
Bratislava, Autumn 2017
Michael Mondria gave exciting lectures on the topics of digitalisation, creativity and innovation at 3 events.
Global Social Business Summit
Berlin, November 2015
The GSBS brings together people from all over the world who have the strong will and dedication to make our planet a better place.
Moscow Urban Forum Festival
Moscow, December 2014
Lecture and workshop on the connection between Big Data and urban development.