Norman J. Zabusky, State of New Jersey Professor of Computational Fluid Dynamics
Director, Laboratory for Visiometrics & Modeling Rutgers University.
"Computational Science and Digital technology - their effects on the arts"
Norman Zabusky will discuss how new technology has affected the broadening of artistic expression. For example in the arts the advent of photography and now digital sculpture. In the sciences, he discusses imagery from computer simulations and measuring devices, e.g.. the Hubble space telescope wide field camera and high speed cameras . These images can inspire artistic collaboration between a scientist and artist. Also included are llustrations from the work of Rob Fisher, Keith Brown, Carter Emmart and his own collaboration with Hilary Shames all participants in the International Science and Art Symposium in New Brunswick, NJ [see: www.mechanical.rutgers.edu/scart4/ ]