WHAT IS STARMUS?
- Starmus is a global festival of science communication and art that brings together the most brilliant minds on the planet
- Our aim is to inspire and educate the next generation of explorers and regenerate the spirit of discovery
- Starmus combines art, music and science to enhance the science communication.
- We want to engage humanity in the biggest questions of our time
The Starmus Festival was born to celebrate science and the arts with the goal of bringing an understanding and appreciation of science to the public at large.
“I greatly enjoyed the STARMUS festival. It is a combination of science and rock music, both of which I love. I hope there is a STARMUS next year, and you invite me. In a world beset by so many terrible problems, and so lacking in solutions, STARMUS offers a ray of hope. Starmus confirms its position as a unique debating chamber for the future of the human race.“
“Let us hope that our grandchildren at our age can look back and say, “The 20th century was a century of advancement and improvement in technology, and the 21st century was a century of advancement and improvement in human character.”
THE STARMUS EXPERIENCE: STARMUS CHANGED MY LIFE. IT REALLY DID!
THE STARMUS INTERVIEW: ROBERT WILSON
Early-bird registration hasn’t ended yet!
The fifth edition of Starmus is back to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the man’s First Step on the Moon.
One of Switzerland’s most important cities, Zurich is also a major research and innovation centre, where Professor Peter Singer from ETH, together with his colleagues from Bern Professor Johannes Geiss and Peter Eberhardt have proposed and designed the famous Solar Wind Composition experiment taken by the Apollo astronauts to the Moon.
Starmus V features top scientists, legendary astronauts and cutting-edge art, discussion panels, round tables, debates, amazing performances and concerts, and much more.
Join us in Zurich, Switzerland, on June 24-29, 2019 !
22, 23 June 00:00ARRIVALS AND REGISTRATION
Day 1 (24 June, MONDAY) 10:00Registration and Morning Programme
Day 1 (24 June, MONDAY) 14:00To the Moon
Day 1 (24 June, MONDAY) 20:00Official Opening of the Festival
Day 2 (25 June, TUESDAY) 11:00Morning programme
Day 2 (25 June, TUESDAY) 14:00On the Moon
Day 3 (26 June, WEDNESDAY) 11:00Morning programme
Day 3 (26 June, WEDNESDAY) 14:00Back to the Moon
Day 3 (26 June, WEDNESDAY) 21:00FILM SCREENING
Day 4 (27 June, THURSDAY) 11:00Morning programme
Day 4 (27 June, THURSDAY) 14:00Beyond the Moon
Day 5 (28 June, FRIDAY) 11:00Morning programme: to be announced
Day 5 (28 June, FRIDAY) 21:00CONCERT: Sonic Universe
Day 6 (29 June, SATURDAY) 11:00May-Britt Moser Concert-Lecture Feat Trondhem Soloists
Day 6 (29 June, SATURDAY) 14:00In The Universe
Day 6 (29 June, SATURDAY) 22:00Star Party
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