We are always looking for bright graduate students to join our group and we currently have funding for a postdoctoral researcher. For questions about how to get involved with UCSC Creative Coding, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the lab, located in E2 258.
Angus Forbes is presenting a Leonardo Art & Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) talk on December 4th in the Second Stage Theater at UCSC.
Angus Forbes is giving a talk at UCSC titled “Creative AI and Machine Learning for Graphics and Visualization” as part of the Santa Cruz Machine Learning series at 12pm on November 14th in room E2-215.
Andres Burbano, a visiting media archeologist from Universidad de Los Andes, is presenting a talk at the Computational Media Colloquium in E2-475 on October 26th at 12noon. His talk is titled “Color, Light, and Language: Computational Media in Latin America,” and investigates the emergence of visual, sonic and computational technologies in Latin America.
Welcome Manu, Jasmine, David, Sarah, and Mahika! Manu Mathew Thomas, Jasmine Otto, David Abramov, Sarah Frost, and Mahika Dubey join the Creative Coding lab to pursue a variety of research topics in visualization, graphics, virtual reality, and machine learning.
CMPM 290A, a graduate seminar in Immersive Analytics, is being taught by Angus Forbes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:40am to 1:15pm in Social Sciences 2, Room 363.