Graduating Students – The Road Ahead

With graduation just around the corner, the future becomes clear for graduating students. They have a goal set in their mind; they want to work their dream job where they can apply their skill-set and what they have learned through their degree. Four masters-level students of the ArtSciLab, graduating in Spring 2018, share their interests […]

Students Make Invaluable Connections During Sabre’s Visit

Sabre- An Innovative Technology Company is a travel technology company based in Southlake, TX. It is the largest Global Distribution Systems provider for air bookings in North America. Sabre is a global technology company whose “innovative technology is used by more than a billion people around the world to plan, book and get to their […]

From Software Developer to User Experience Researcher

It is common to change career paths to find job satisfaction, personal interest, or just to add another feather in one’s hat. Few people change their career paths because of their passion to learn and understand the semantics. Shruthy Sreepathy chose to become a User Experience (UX) researcher/designer to understand the implications of design and […]

Standing Out: Creating a CV Gaming Platform

by Anvit Srivastav Anvit, a Computer Science Masters student at UTD (Class of 2015), was primarily focused on studying network security. He already had web development skills and thought that a concentration in network security would be beneficial for his future plans. Surprisingly, the way Anvit ended up working in the lab and meeting Roger […]

Staging Life: AI and Biotech in Art

This past March, Yvan Tina, the coordinator of the Creative Disturbance podcast project in the ArtSciLab, defended his dissertation at the School of Arts and Humanities of Aix-Marseille University in Aix-En-Provence. Yvan’s PhD program is very unique in the fact that it is a joint supervision thesis between Aix-Marseille University and UT Dallas under the direction […]

Cybernetic Serendipity at the National Academy of Sciences

by Sharath Chandra Ram edited by JoAnn Nguyen ‘Creativity and Collaboration: Revisiting Cybernetic Serendipity’ was hosted at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C. to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the cybernetic serendipity exhibition curated in 1968 that brought together experimental electronic and interactive media artists under one roof. The event brought together leading experts from […]

NoemaScope: An Immersive Installation

by Ritwik Kaikini Concept Noema is a concept introduced in phenomenology by Husserl, a french philosopher, as something to do with the ‘thought’ and what these thoughts are all about. It is in a way, the start to our thinking and our whole imagination. If we think about the world, the world is like a […]

Affinity Diagraming to Improve ARTECA design

by Shruthy Sreepathy Working at ArtSciLab is so much fun because I am always encouraged to explore and try new UX research methods. I thought we should try affinity diagramming exercise and in preparation for this exercise, I read Karen Holtzblatt’s Contextual Design and Universal Methods of Design by Bella Martin and Bruce Hanington. According […]

Call for Curriculum of Art/Science/Humanities

Kathryn Evans, Roger Malina and Eun Ah Lee of the ArtSciLab at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) are announcing the launch of CDASH 2.0, a new website for curriculum in the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities. The CDASH project is interested in the collection of a broad range of curriculum that combines the performing and […]

You're Invited To…

… a party at the Malina’s this Sunday, April 15th in Dallas, Texas in celebration of Yuri’s Night! Feel free to stop by anytime from 2pm to midnight and if you are interested in coming or know of any others who would be, please email for an official invite. We hope to see you there! […]