Capacity Building Workshop: Expected Hacking

World-renowned hacker Lord Warel is threatening to attack your company’s security system and destroy your company’s confidential documents. You must protect confidential documents from hackers within a designated time.

However, it could be difficult to pursue alone.

Join forces to fight against Lord Warel! Who will be the winner?

Workshop Information

Workshop Date & Time Thursday, November 2, 2023, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Venue Seminar Room, National Science Museum
Number of participants 50 persons (Early registration advised)
More Details - Problem solving workshop to protect security systems from the hacker
- Work with a team to uncover leads
- Missions such as recording clues, AR, puzzles, and patterns using the mission game app
- Problem solving with team members by using clues
- Performing cooperation and teamwork for better communication

(0.5 ~ 1h)

Encouraging behavior progress through special lectures on ‘Self-Leadership’ and ‘Microvision’


Activity workshop combining gamification and AR technology

Wrap up
(0.5 ~ 1h)

Receiving tips for improving capabilities that can be useful daily

Fun for Science

Date & Time Thursday, November 2, 2023, 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Venue Science Camp, National Science Museum
capacity 20 persons (Early registration advised)
Contents Organizing collaboration with local school teachers and science museums and initiating the development of educational content to ensure that everyone who learns and teaches science can have fun

ICCROM OCM Workshop :
Museum collections for sustainable development

The workshop will help develop the capacity in (science) museum professionals to understand sustainable development and the SDGs, to identify SDG-oriented aspirations or challenges that can be addressed through their collections-based work, and to devise concrete plans to put their ideas into practice. The workshop will draw on ICCROM’s Our Collections Matter approach.”  

Date & Time November 3, 2023, 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Venue Seminar Room, National Science Museum(Online)
capacity 50 persons (Early registration advised)
Contents introduce how OCM toolkit can be applied to collections in local institutions to pursue sustainable development with your current collections.