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On 5 December, I attended the UK Many Core Developer’s Conference (UKMAC 2012), a supercomputing conference organized by Simon McIntosh-Smith. I gave a presentation & demo of danceroom Spectroscopy, with emphasis on the algorithms and heterogeneous parallelization strategies we’ve implemented … Continue reading
So here’s a funny thing for a scientist to announce… My premier on the London arts scene! It takes place over the 3rd-4th November at the Barbican Arts Centre! The interactive quantum dynamics project that I dreamed up almost two … Continue reading
Today’s issue of Science magazine includes a report I wrote with an international team based across Leeds, Cambridge, and Chicago. Earth’s atmosphere is a huge chemical reactor where sunlight (rather than heat) starts off chemical chain reactions that ultimately control … Continue reading
The team and I just got back from running our interactive quantum mechanics art installation “danceroom Spectroscopy” as part of the London 2012 Olympic events! It was awesome! We put it in an immersive 360 degree projection dome (19 meter … Continue reading
I just got back from Assisi (the famous birthplace of St. Francis), having attended a Faraday Discussion on “Molecular Reaction Dynamics in Gases, Liquids, and Interfaces”. Faraday discussions have a rather unique format, and I enjoyed this one. I met … Continue reading
I did a little interview for Nature Chemistry the other day… discussing science, literature, music, and everything in between… good fun! have a look here.
QualComm got wind of danceroom Spectroscopy, and commissioned me to write a piece about ‘uncanny valley’ effects in motion capture video gaming… it was really fun to write: read the article here!
Click here for a link to a Physics World feature about Danceroom Spectroscopy…