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FCAT Undergraduate Conference 2017

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UNDERGRADATE CONFERENCE 2017
SFU Faculty of Communication, Arts and Technology
FREE ADMISSION
PUBLIC EVENT
CONFERENCE SETTING
PRESENTS
FEBRUARY 24TH
SFU WOODWARD'S 149 W HASTINGS ST
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WHAT HAPPENS AT THE CONFERENCE?
During this exciting event, students will have the opportunity to share their essays, performances, films, art pieces, and projects with fellow FCAT students, faculty and staff, while celebrating the diversity of our programs. This year's conference theme is "Space". The conference consists of a series of 20-minute student-presentations. Approximately fifteen presentations (excluding installations and displays) occur concurrently in any given time-slot throughout the afternoon. There are 49 presentations in total. Attendees (professors, students, and community members) may choose to attend approximately 4 presentations (excluding installations/displays which are observed during break), following which, there is a reception at The Lamplighter Public House for both presenters and SFU attendees.
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http://www.sfu.ca/fcat/ugc.html
@FCATatSFU
Time Schedule
12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
12:30 - 1:20 p.m.
1:30 - 1:50 p.m.
2:00 - 2:20 p.m.
You can enter from the main entrance located in the courtyard on the North side of the building at the corner of Cambie Street and Cordova Street.  
Opening Ceremony: Location - 3rd Floor Cinema
First Block Presentations
Please review the room schedule on the following page in order to select the presentation that best suits your interest.
Second Block Presentations
2:30 - 3:00 p.m.
3:00 - 3:20 p.m.
3:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Third Block Presentations
Alumni Panel: Location - 3rd Floor Cinema
Installations/Displays Break Out Session: Location - Space 2200, Room 4210
4:10 - 4:30 p.m.
Closing Ceremony: Location - 3rd Floor Cinema
Doors Open - Pick up your swag bag!
Presentation Schedule
Block
Presentation
Presenter(s)
Room
First
2205
Weatherbee's Diner (SIAT)
Paulo Carlos, Yang Zhang, Natalie Cheng, Cindy Kuo
2270
2340
The Painter (SIAT)
2345
Hidden in Plain Sight (SIAT)
2555
Acoustic spaces and the right to the city: How can people in Mexico City mourn one of the queerest popular music icons, while days later take the streets to march against LGBT rights?
Marianela Capelo
3200 (3rd Floor Cinema)
EYE Film Institute Netherlands
3750
New Developments on a Theory of Sonification for Public Space
Moist Beings (SCA)
Female Space in MMORPGs and Other Online Gaming Apps (CMNS)
4350
4390
Spatial relationship between objects: a visual analog of our solar system(CMNS)
The Spaces and Gestures of Gender (SCA)
The Social Responsibility of Period Tracker User Interface Designers (SIAT)
How Facebook Creates Isolation for Users with Anxiety-Based Disorders (SIAT)
Inter(select)tion: A Blind Interviews Program (CMNS)
On Your Own (SIAT)
Playful Parameters (SCA)
Second
2205
2270
2340
2555
Please note: All presentations end within 15 - 20 minutes. We will have a 10-minute break between blocks for you to move from one room to another
John Nicholas Yu
Samantha Presley
Sophie Vandenbiggelaar
Veronica Wu
Mandy Wong, Hasti Khaki, Niloufar Kousha, Joshua Nicolas, Wendy Ma
Breanne Lewis, Minh Bui, Shiva Roofigari, Jordon Fernandez
Stephanie Bourgeois, Aileen Wang, Jordan Millar, Jennifer Lee  
Helen Huynh
Justine Crawford
Theophilus Odufuwa Lekan
Bernice Puzon
Marc St Piere
Lina Kunina
Water and Ink (Shui Mo) (CMNS)
Mingtao Kong, Mia Qiang, Victor Ji, Charlie Chiang
Media Democracy Day Transformation (CMNS)
Lack of Informed Consent in Facebook User Research(SIAT)
Hanieh Shakeri
Rachael Gillese
Presentation Schedule
Block
Presentation
Presenter(s)
Room
Second
On the Hill (CMNS)
Sonic Dimensions (SIAT)
Whose Space is it Anyway? Examining the Brands Within the NFL and the Space they Dominate. (CMNS)
3200 (3rd Floor Cinema)
3750
Quit Manspreading!: An Analysis of the Skytrain as A Gendered & Normative Space (CMNS)
4270
4350
Transformative Space (SCA)
Quemando El Sol (SCA)
Memories of Vancouver Chinatown: Perception of Fading Traditional Colours Into Contemporary Textures (CMNS)
Third
2270
2555
3750
4350
Please note: All presentations end within 15 - 20 minutes. We will have a 10-minute break between blocks for you to move from one room to another
Danni Belen Garate Cubillos  
Madisen Steele
Seyed Soheil Abdmosuavi, Shiva Roofigari
Ashley Fraser, Fateemah Dauhoo, Rajita Dang, Rhys Baker, Austin Bryon
Shania Chand
Aman Chandi, Clare Vina, Ellen Wang, Elsa Wong
Arjan Mundy
Two Halves (SCA)
Samantha Ellen Green
Composition as a Sonic Dimension Communication (CMNS)
Mingtao Kong, Konstantin Pozdnyaey, Angelo Abaya, Victor Menjivar, Darius Sawyer
Vertical Perspectives in Moving Image Media (SCA)
Alysha Seriani
“and don’t call them lady producers”(CMNS)
Tamara Mills
Streamkeeper Groups and Collaborative Environmental Management (CMNS)
Maddison Yeo
4390
Contested Ground: Virtual Space, Physical Space, and the new face of social change (PUB)
Emny Moghrabi
Dreaming of Lost Love: The Subconscious Reconstruction of Memories that Motivate the Male Consciousness (SCA)
Olivia Gutenberg
Queer Box Camp and the politics of space in the boxing gym (CMNS)
Marianela Capelo
Presentation Schedule
Block
Presentation
Presenter(s)
Room
Third
To be Realized (SCA)
Hollowness (SCA)
Peek Show(SCA)
Push & Pull(SCA)
My Password(SCA)
Perfect. QR Code(SCA)
“You Were Not Put On This Earth Just To Fill Up Space” (SCA)
Re(mem)=00_RI_E5
Body Interior (SIAT)
4390
Installations/ Displays
4210
Second Floor Hallway
4945
1 & 2 Block
Please note: All presentations end within 15 - 20 minutes. We will have a 10-minute break between blocks for you to move from one room to another
Alexandra Susannah Brekkaas
Mikaela Johanson
Ivan So, Sean Lu
4350
Rachelle Tjahyana
Betty Ma, A-Yeong Kim
Elmira (Elly) Habibullah
Danyal Imani
Victoria Kon
Frances Breden
Chinese Painting and Calligraphy in Dialogue (SCA)
Clara Liu
Making Space for Female Politicians in the Age of #DaddyTrudeau (CMNS)
Ciara Martin
ByeongSung Lee
Zachary Nichols, Calvin Chung, Michelle Russel, Emily Halisch
Kinder Morgan Propaganda (CMNS)
FCAT Fellowship: Learning alongside on Jeju Island (SCA)
4270
Capital Space and Global Consumption (CMNS)
Mitchell Steinke