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Diaa Ahmed Mohamed Ahmedien

Lecturer, Sciences of New-Media Arts and Technologyat Visual arts
Focus area: AI (Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Deep Fakes), Augmented Reality, Biology, Computer Science, Engineering, Cultural Practices, Social Practice, Design, Digital Art, New Media, Digital Culture, Digital Humanities, Electronic, Digital Literature, Environmental Art, Eco Art, Land Art, Generative Practices, Generative Art, Holography, Net Art, Optics, Visual Perception, Physics, Public Health, STEAM, Pedagogy, Education, Systems, Virtual Reality, Visual Culture, Visual Studies

Diaa Ahmedien is a lecturer in the sciences of New-Media Arts and Technology and an associate editor in Humanities & Social Sciences Communications, a Nature journal group, part of Springer Nature. Diaa is an artist, educator, researcher, and creator to setup systems of interactive artworks. His accurate specialization lies in the area of the sciences of New-Media arts, Digital Humanities, visual communications, and medical humanities, all of which emphasize the crucial role of the intersections among the arts, sciences, and technology in shaping knowledge-based societies. Diaa graduated magna cum laude with a PhD (Dr Phil) in sciences of New-Media arts and technology from the University of Bern and the School of the Arts, University of Applied Sciences Bern, Switzerland in 2017. Through his research and cutting-edge experimental artistic projects, Diaa seeks Achieving Academic-Leading Advancement in Sciences of Visual Arts by fostering the interdisciplinary knowledge derived from the artistic practice-based research and reinforce its dual function of being a means of integrating the public into complicated scientific inquiries and as an approach to enrich the visual and visible interface of the contemporary sciences.

Journal Articles:
Special Section: Art and Cancer

Manipulating Stem Cells in New Media Labs: Developing a Protocol Template Toward an Innovative Understanding of Cancer

April 2021

Reactivating the Neural Dimension Role in Interactive Arts

April 2017
General Articles

The Last Word Is: Imagination—A Study of the Spatial Aspects of Edgard Varèse’s Work, Part II: Visual Evidence

October 2017

Iannis Xenakis: 1922-2001

August 2002
Special Section of Leonardo Transactions: Digital Continuities

Preventing Digital Casualties: An Interdisciplinary Research for Preserving Digital Art

October 2012