ACADEMIC TALKS

PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT & ORGANISATION

August 2017: Co-organised 'Off The Lip 2017', CogNovo's interdisciplinary publication colloquium on Cognitive Innovation

October 2016: Interactive exhibit built for Off The Lip 2016, a public engagement event designed to generate interest in the social sciences

August 2016: Co-organised and led 'ColLaboratoire', CogNovo's interdisciplinary summer school, Plymouth University

July 2016: Filmed for Insight TV series "Secrets of the Brain" exploring the connection between creativity and alcohol (Brighton Lambent Productions)

November 2016: Presenter on Red House Radio (Plymouth) broadcasting news, interviews, and activities during the ESRC Social Science Festival (2016), Plymouth University

March 2015: Presentation and demonstration of Virtual Reality methods British Science Week, Plymouth University

 

January 2015: Co-organised and hosted the CogJam live event: Busting brain myths for a live audience at Rumpus Cosy, Plymouth

September 2014: Virtual Reality demonstrator for Science-Technology (Sci-Tech) Event, Plymouth University

Francis, K. B. (2019, April). Open and Online Experimental PhilosophyPresentation at Open in Practice 2019 conference, University of Reading, UK. 

Francis, K. B. (2019, February). Using Virtual Reality in ResearchWorkshop at iCog5 annual conference, University of Reading, UK. 

Francis, K. B. (2018, November). Virtual trolley problems: Vision and haptics in moral decision-makingPresentation at Spanish Experimental Philosophy Association (AEFEX) workshop, University of Madrid, Spain. 

Francis, K. B. (2018, September). Stakes effects on knowledge: Scales and scepticism. Presentation at Buffalo X-phi Conference, University of Buffalo, NY, USA. 

Francis, K. B. (2018, June). Stakes, scales, and scepticism. Presentation at UK X-phi Conference, University College London, UK. 

Francis, K. B. (2018, April). Virtual moral actions, emotional resilience, and regret in the emergency services. Presentation in symposium "Emotions and emerging technologies" at the Consortium of European Research on Emotion (CERE), University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK. 

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