Arizona State Capitol Science Café: 5G and the Future of Connectivity, March 15, 2018

Please join us for Arizona State Capitol Science Café: 5G and the Future of Connectivity.

Thursday, March 15, 2018
Arizona House of Representatives
Conference Room 035/038 (Basement)
8-9AM

Please join our panel of scientists, researchers and engineers for a casual Q&A session to discuss 5G mobile technology. The Fifth Generation (5G) wireless technology, with a bandwidth between 100 and 1,000 times greater than the current 4G network, is expected to be tested this year to address the future needs of the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D TV, Smart Cars and eHealth. Regulatory issues with this “unbreakable” connectivity have yet to be addressed.

This event is produced in association with Representative Mitzi Epstein by RealTimeSTEAM, an Arizona Nonprofit, specializing in producing popular science programming for the public including conferences, pop culture events, gallery installations and speaker sourcing.

State Capitol Science Cafe Thursday, February 15, 2018

State Capitol Science Café
Thursday, February 15, 2018

Arizona House of Representatives
1700 W Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Conference Room 035/038 (Basement)
8-9AM

Please join us for Arizona State Capitol Science Café:
Artificial Intelligence and the City of the Future

Please join our panel of scientists, researchers and engineers for a casual Q&A session on the past, present and future of Artificial Intelligence and the City Future. We’ll distinguish between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Neural Networks as well as speculate about the intersection of human and machine, law and physics. Self-driving cars, autonomous delivery drones, emergency algorithms all feature in the City of the Future. This event is produced in association with Representative Mitzi Epstein by RealTimeSTEAM, an Arizona Nonprofit, specializing in producing popular science programming for the public including conferences, pop culture events, gallery installations and speaker sourcing.

Tips for Enjoying Comicon

Fellow Science fans, Phoenix Comicon can be overwhelming! Besides camping out with us in “The Corridor of Science” (where our science panels will be all weekend in the North Building rooms 131BC and 132A) here are a few of my personal tips on attending Phoenix Comicon.

 

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Edutech Expo: Education Track Reception at Phoenix Comicon

 

Edutech Expo: Education Track Reception is presented in partnership with Phoenix Comicon and Science & Education Track Programming by realtimeSTEAM.

Please join us for an opportunity to experience the rich technological and instructional resources available from Arizona’s innovative educational STEM community for teachers, educators, parents and the public.

101ABC, First Floor, West Building
Phoenix Convention Center
100 N 3rd St, Phoenix
Thursday, May 25, 2017
7:30-9:30 PM

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Professional Development for Teachers at Phoenix Comicon

RealtimeSTEAM in partnership with Phoenix Comicon and the Arizona Department of Education-Career and Technical Education Department, offers up to 33 hours of programming that can be used toward teacher professional development certification.

Text reg to (602) 313-1470 to register for PD at Phoenix Comicon. At the end of each panel, and in the Hall of Heroes at the science booths, scan the QR code or text the ID # displayed to receive credit. Your certificate will be emailed after Comicon to the address you provided when you registered.

  • Check in at our Science and Education panels all weekend Thursday-Sunday on the first floor of the North Building, Rooms 131BC and 132A, Phoenix Convention Center;
  • Visit our science space in the Hall of Heroes on the third floor of the North Building from 4PM Thursday through 5 PM Sunday;
  • Attend the Edutech Expo: Education Track Reception, Thursday, May 25, 2018, 7:30 PM in the West Building, to earn your credits.

This professional development activity is sponsored by the Arizona Department of Education, Career and Technical Education Department for certificate renewal.

Science With A Twist: Super Villains, May 19, 2017

Our Founders, Rebekah Brubaker and Brian Johnson, are featured speakers at Arizona Science Center’s Science With A Twist: Super Villains, Friday, May 19, 2017, 6–10 PM.

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Science-Themed Animated Series Celebrated at Phoenix Comicon

Phoenix Comicon 2017 Science Track celebrates our favorite science-themed animated series from the quantum mechanics of Rick and Morty, to the The Futurama Theorem (the first known theorem to be created for a tv show) and the advanced degrees of Batman’s villains.

Wub A Lub A Dub Dub!: The Science of Rick and Morty 

Thursday May 25 6-7pm

Besides being hilarious, Rick and Morty explores strange scientific concepts such as parallel universes. In this panel, experts will discuss the science underpinning this show, and their love of Szechuan sauce.

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Super Hero Science Panels at Phoenix Comicon

Super Hero Science brings Phoenix Comicon attendees the insiders angle on the physics, biology and physiology of being more than human.

Super Friends: The Science of the Justice League              

The Justice League’s membership includes aliens, cyborgs, mythological royalty, and billionaire playboy philanthropists. By their powers combined, they are something even greater! In this panel, experts will discuss the JL and their powers.

Thursday May 25 11:30-1pm  

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