12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Location: ATEC 1.606
ARS Research Colloquia Series of the UT Dallas ATEC/EMAC Programs
Art Rendevous Science
Virtual Humans and Synthetic Societies
Dr. Marjorie Zielke
Assistant Professor & Associate Director for the Institute for Interactive Arts and Engineering
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at Noon
ATEC Conference Room, ATC 1.606
This talk features several research projects currently underway in the Arts and Technology Lab in virtual humans and synthetic societies. The discussion will focus on the overall potential of this type of technology for new discovery. Research underway includes the culture, medical, and education sectors. The talk will also focus on the research potential of different modes of delivery and also feature potential to integrate cyberpsychology into game-based simulations.
Dr. Marjorie Zielke is an assistant professor of Arts and Technology and the Associate Director of the Institute for Interactive Arts and Engineering. Projects in Dr. Zielke's lab have won seven major international, national and UT System awards in the past three years. Dr. Zielke has recently been named as the Deputy Chairperson of the National Modeling and Simulation Coalition and Vice President for Education of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International. She teaches classes in Virtual Humans and Synthetic Societies and Cyberpsychology in the Arts and Technology program.
Note: A limited number of box lunches will be available.
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.
Charlotte Mason, 972-883-4376
Questions? Email me.