PhD in Art-Science : New Renaissance at University of Texas, Dallas ?
We are pleased to announce the new PhD at the University of Texas, Dallas which seeks to enable research and education that couples the Arts and Humanities with the Sciences and Engineering. We are seeking first rate candidates from diverse backgrounds (Academia, Private Industry, Non Governmental Organizations, Make and Hacker collectives) within the ATEC Arts and Technology PhD Program.
More info at:
Roger Malina has been named Distinguished Chair of Arts and Technology and
Professor of Physics in the School Natural Sciences and Mathematics and will be supervising student research projects. Students with backgrounds in Science, Engineering or Arts and Humanities may enroll in the PhD.
In addition to the art-science research Projects, a Leonardo Initiatives Office has been established in partnership with Leonardo/ The International Society for the Arts and Society. Projects will include a program on Experimental Publishing and Curating in partnership with the EMAC Emerging Media and Communications program at UT Dallas.
More information on the PhD:
If you might be interested in enrolling in the PhD program feel free to contact
Roger Malina: rmalina(at)alum.mit.edu