Through the annual popular Future Week, Lund University wishes to spread knowledge about the university’s latest research. The week is aimed at students, the business sector, alumni, the general public and employees who are interested in the biggest future issues of our times. Due to the pandemic many seminars and lectures have left the auditoriums and can instead be seen online. So, no matter where you are in the world, as long as you have internet access and a smartphone, tablet or computer, you have world-class research available at your fingertips.
We have gathered a whole list of knowledge-filled online events in English taking place this upcoming week when the “Future week 2020” kicks off.
Future week 12-18 October
Theme: Forces in Motion
Which large and small forces have been set in motion – in society and in nature – and how can these affect our future? And what counterforces exist?
Seminar and events in English streamed online
Post pandemic trends on sustainability, 08.30-09.30 CET
FIKA: Talking Culture amid Crises – what you need to know when the crises come, 10.00-11.00 CET
The future of traveling, mobility and flying, 15.00-16.00 CET
The future is already here: A virtual tour of Lund University Humanities Lab, 15.00-15.30 CET
Social Movements – a force for change?, 16.00-17.30 CET
Who’s in charge? – Accountability and the Sustainable Development Goals, 17.00-18.30 CET
Repair: a force against entropy! 20.00-21.30 CET
Most major events during the Future Week are filmed and will be made available afterwards.
Films in English
Are you a future cat whisperer?
“Here” and “there”: How a partnership between Sweden and Mexico is helping us to understand communication about space
Click here to see a full list of events in English during Future Week
Click here to see the full Future Week programme