Stewart Dickson
110 N Whipple Street
Fort Bragg, CA  95437 USA
(818)223-9117 (tel.) / (818)223-8986 (FAX)
dickson@mathart.com

List of Lectures

(updated 9 April, 2020)

2006 Applied Visualization Symposium

April 28-29, 2005 UNCA Applied Visualization Conference

13-14 Septembre, 2004 AEPR 2004

April 24, 2004 MAP: Quarks-To_Quasars

CREATING TACTILE CAPTIONS IN THREE-DIMENSIONAL COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN CSUN 2004 Conference on Technology and Persons with Disabilities

October 13 - 18, 2003 INTERSCULPT 2003 FNAC Digitale 77-88 Boulevard Saint Germain-des-Prés Paris, France See Notes here January 24, 2003 Richard Ward, Line Pouchard, Stewart Dickson Digital Human Concept Presentation 11th Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference

March 23, 2002 Digital Character Construction in Walt Disney Pictures' Feature "Dinosaur", Convegno "Matematica e Cultura 2002", Venice, Italy.

February 1, 2002 Symposium, Computer Science & Mathematics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.

October 5, 2001 Colloquium, Christopher W. Tyler Laboratory Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, San Francisco, CA.

September, 2000 Tactile Mathematics, International Colloquium on Art and Mathematics, Maubeuge, France.

October, 1999 The Tactilization of CyberSpace TeleSculpture 1999 Institute for Studies in the Arts Arizona State University, Tempe (Phoenix); This event was held in conjunction with INTERSCULPT'99 French Senate, Paris.

July, 1998 art + aesthetics of artificial life Center for the Digital Arts, Wight Gallery, Dickson Arts Center, University of California at Los Angeles.

February, 1994 Visualizing Mathematics, Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco, CA.

November, 1993 Panel, "The Computer: A Tool for Sculptors", Chair: Rob Fisher, Fourth International Symposium on Electronic Art (FISEA '93), Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

11 June, 1993 Sculpture from Mathematica, Second Interdisciplinary Conference on Art and Mathematics (AM92), Department of Mathematics, University at Albany (SUNY), Albany, New York.

November, 1992 "Automated Fabrication as a Model for Extending the Philosophy of Visual Perception", Third International Symposium on Electronic Art, (TISEA), Sydney, Australia.

27 August, 1992 Sculpture from Mathematica, Media Arts Department, Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada.

11 June, 1992 Sculpture from Mathematica, First Interdisciplinary Conference on Art and Mathematics (AM92), Department of Mathematics, University at Albany (SUNY), Albany, New York.

6 June, 1992 Real-Time Demonstration: Mathematica, Wavefront Advanced Visualizer, Cyberware Laboratory Photometric 3D Digitizer, Fourteenth International Sculpture Conference, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

3 June, 1992 Creating Sculpture of Mathematical Surfaces, Fourteenth International Sculpture Conference, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Direct Sculpture of Mathematics, Visualization in Three Physical Dimensions; Session: Chaos I, Physics Computing '91, .ul The Third International Conference on Computational Physics, San Jose, California; The American Physical Society, June 10 - 14, 1991.

1 August, 1991 Technical Panel Chair, "The Third Dimension: It's Not a Virtual One", SIGGRAPH '91, Las Vegas, NV.

31 January, 1991 "Three-Dimensional Printing: Manufacturing the Impossible - Sculpture from Numerical Abstraction", IMAGINA Tenth Monte-Carlo Forum on New Images, Monte-Carlo, Monaco.

1988-1991 Guest Lecturer, Computer Graphics Laboratory, Film and Video School, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA.

2-5 April, 1984 Guest Lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Cambridge, Massachusetts.