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Hideo Mabuchi

Professorat Stanford University
Menlo Park,
United States
Focus area: AI (Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Deep Fakes), Archiving, Conservation, Art History, Art Theory, Critical Theory, Computer Science, Engineering, Materials, Textiles Engineering, Math, Math Theory, Photography, Physics, Science Theory, Philosophy, Sculpture, Spacial, Site Specific, Place Making, STEAM, Pedagogy, Education, Systems, Writing, Literature, Poetry

Hideo Mabuchi, Menlo Park, CA. Physicist.
Hideo Mabuchi received an AB in Physics from Princeton and a PhD in Physics from Caltech.  He served as Chair of the Department of Applied Physics at Stanford from 2010-2016.  His early scientific research was focused on understanding open quantum systems, quantum measurement, and the quantum-to-classical transition.  In recent years his research group has turned towards fundamental issues of quantum engineering, such as quantum nonlinear dynamics, quantum feedback control and quantum model reduction.  Along the way his group has also worked substantially on single-molecule biophysics, quantum information science, and quantum materials.  In parallel with directing his group's sponsored research, Hideo has developed a deep personal interest in exploring the interfaces of modern science with traditional craft, aesthetic philosophy and new materialism.  His own studio practice focuses on ceramics (thrown-and-altered sculptural vessels fired in wood-burning kilns) and textiles (hand-weaving on a shaft loom; indigo shibori dyeing).  He experiments regularly with novel teaching projects to help resurrect the ideals of liberal education in the modern university.

Journal Articles:
Leonardo Gallery

Scientific Delirium Madness 5.0 Gallery

June 2019