MIT Water Night: Explore the Science & Art of Water
The MIT Water Night is a family-friendly event to celebrate water on the evening of World Water Day, March 22. Come learn about water through research posters, art exhibits, interactive demos, and more. Are you a student or artist with water-related work? Come share your work with a broad audience.
Thursday, March 22, 2018, 6 to 9 PM
MIT, Walker Memorial, 142 Memorial Drive
Abstract Submissions Open! (extended deadline: March 6th, 2018)
Keynote: We are pleased to announce Prof. Jeffrey A. Hoffman, MIT AeroAstro and former NASA astronaut, will speak on water in space, don't miss this exciting oportunity at 7pm!
Call for Presenters: Prizes for top entries in each category!
Research Abstract Submission
If you are doing water-related research and want to showcase your research with a poster presentation during the MIT water night, please submit your abstract below!
Are you working on art or installations related to water? Please share your work with us at the MIT Water Night! Please submit a short abstract about your art and any relevant media/links via the button below.
Demos and Experiments
Are you working on a demo or an experiment that communicates a scientific idea to the public in an innovative way? Please submit a short abstract about the work that you would like to share during the MIT Water Night event!
Volunteers & Organising Team
Interested in joining our MIT Water Club team running the event? If you want to gain experience in event organising, marketing, outreach, artistic and scientific content development, and other activities, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org