What Is – and What Is Not – Anticipation
Professor Mihai Nadin
Ashbel Smith Professor of Computer Science and Interactive Media
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at Noon
ATEC Conference Room, ATC 1.606
The word “anticipation” is in everyone’s mouth, but rarely in a way that does justice to the concept. “Anticipation” characterizes the fundamental distinction between the living and the non-living. In contra-distinction to physics, a science of anticipation acknowledges the purposiveness of the living. Reporting on current research, the presentation is intended as a bridge-building attempt to other domains of knowledge and science.
PhDs in Electronics and Computer Science; Aesthetics. Publications: 41 books 194 articles. Computer graphics (since 1968; work in collection of Victoria and Albert Museum, London); courses in visualization (1985); semiotics-grounded HCI (1982); Computational Design Program (1994); AnticipationScope™ (2005). Founded (2002) antÉ – Institute for Research in Anticipatory Systems. For more details: www.nadin.ws
The ATEC/EMAC Colloquium Committee welcomes suggestions for speakers visiting the metroplex or from the metroplex. Please send your suggestions to one of the Colloquium Committee Members: Professors Roger Malina and Mihai Nadin; co-chairs: Andrew Famiglietti, Paul Fishwick, Mona Kasra and Bonnie Pitman.
This ATEC ARS Colloquium Series features the research activities of ATEC EMAC faculty and of our collaborators in other schools of UT Dallas, in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We also invite international visiting researchers and scholars
The ATEC/EMAC Colloquium Committee welcomes suggestions for speakers visiting the metroplex or from the metroplex. Please send your suggestions to one of the Colloquium Committee Members: Professors Roger Malina and Mihai Nadin; co-chairs: Members: Prof Rosanna Guadagno