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TorCHI Visit to Ryerson's Syn Lab with Prof Ali Mazalek

  • 12 Dec 2016
  • 6:45 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Suite # N103, 483 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2E1
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Date: Monday December 12, 7:00PM
Time: Networking starts at 6:45pm, Presentation starts at 7pm
Location: Suite N103, 483 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2E1
Free. Please RSVP as space is limited. Come and see what ToRCHI is all about, and if you like these presentations, then join TorCHI for $20/year membership. 

PRESENTERS Dr. Ali Mazalek, Students & Researchers

ABSTRACT The Synaesthetic Media Lab ( ) at Ryerson University and at Georgia Tech explores emerging modalities in new media. Our research focuses on tangible and embodied interaction technologies that support creative practices that bridge the physical and digital worlds. Applications range across media arts, computational sciences, entertainment, and educational domains.

BIO – Dr. Ali Mazalek, a Canada Research Chair in Digital Media and Innovation, works at the forefront of trends in computing and interaction design that support a tighter integration of the physical and digital worlds. She designs and develops tangible and embodied interaction systems that enable people to be more creative across both science and art disciplines. Her research interests include the design and application of emerging physical sensing and digital media technologies to areas such as narrative expression, abstract thinking, and scientific modelling, as well as the study and use of embodied cognition as a framework for tangible and embodied interaction design. She has published her research in a range of academic conferences and journals, delivered guest lectures in both academia and industry, and exhibited her media art works and interfaces at numerous galleries and festivals. Mazalek received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the MIT Media Lab and a Hon. B.Sc. in computer science and mathematics from the University of Toronto. She is a member of the inaugural cohort of the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.

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