The Bold Roast: Student Conversations

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Students are predecessors, rebel fledglings, and promising pupils. They will continue to advance important research, all while breaking the mold and discovering new problems. The Bold Roast highlights these efforts, connects students across the globe that are undertaking bold and interesting research and work. This includes but is not limited to undergraduate capstone or senior projects, Masters theses, and PhD dissertation research.

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Episodes

The Affirmation Game and Creative Resilience

Recorded on 2019-11-20

Diamond Beverly in conversation with colleague Roger Malina to discuss the affirmation game, mental health, and representation in video games. Negative thoughts plague our self-conscious and effect how we proceed throughout life. The affirmation game is a visual representation of combating negative thoughts with positive affirmations based on Diamond’s personal practice in overcoming trauma through […]

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Design Systématique pour Urgences Médicales

Recorded on 2019-05-06

Dans cette version française de l’entretien qu’elle nous a accordé, nous revenons avec Giselle Malina sur son engagement pour les causes sociales et humanitaires. Des camps de réfugiés en Grèce aux orphelinats et organisations non-gouvernementales en Afrique ou en Haïti, elle nous fait part de son rapport aux situations de crise, à la gestion du […]

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Systematic Design for Medical Emergencies

Recorded on 2019-05-06

In this podcast, our hosts, Yvan Tina and Kyle Hamilton are joined by Giselle Malina to discuss her interest in global health and design, as well as her proven commitment to social and humanitarian causes. Ms. Malina expands upon her experiences with crisis situations, ethical, and political issues, from refugee camps in Greece to orphanages […]

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Design Systématique pour Urgences Médicales

Recorded on 2019-04-05

Dans cette version française de l’entretien qu’elle nous a accordé, nous revenons avec Giselle Malina sur son engagement pour les causes sociales et humanitaires. Des camps de réfugiés en Grèce aux orphelinats et organisations non-gouvernementales en Afrique ou en Haïti, elle nous fait part de son rapport aux situations de crise, à la gestion du […]

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Systematic Design for Medical Emergencies

Recorded on 2019-04-05

In this podcast, our hosts, Yvan Tina and Kyle Hamilton are joined by Giselle Malina to discuss her interest in global health and design, as well as her proven commitment to social and humanitarian causes. Ms. Malina expands upon her experiences with crisis situations, ethical, and political issues, from refugee camps in Greece to orphanages […]

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‘Entangled’ Since Birth

Recorded on 2019-01-28

Identical twins and entrepreneurs Jacob and Cason Hunwick speak with Roger Malina on their experience sharing context throughout life, and the ideas on collaboration that have sprung from said shared context. These ideas take the form of projects, from a custom skateboard business to a new digital project. Bumpers by

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International Students

Recorded on 2018-08-31

Please join Yusra Khan, Ritwik Kaikini, and Shruthy Sreepathy as they talk about the topic of international students and their experiences as they are getting ready to graduate from UT Dallas. Yusra, Rikwik, and Shruthy were part of the ArtSciLab at UT Dallas and recent Master graduates of UT Dallas.

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Job Hunting

Recorded on 2018-08-28

Please join Yusra Khan, Ritwik Kaikini, and Shruthy Sreepathy as they talk about the topic of job hunting in their journey to find a post-masters job to start their careers. Don’t miss their insight and personal stories as they discuss what it’s like to go job hunting post graduate in Dallas. Yusra, Rikwik, and Shruthy […]

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The Evolution of Coding

Recorded on 2018-03-26

A podcast on the various elements of human computer interaction and the evolution of coding explained through the multidisciplinary journeys of Anvit Srivastav, an artscilab alumni presently working in the field of computer science, and Yusra Khan, the digital community manager for the ArtSci lab, currently pursuing her master’s in Applied Cognition and Neuroscience. Hosted […]

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When Peeking is not an Invasion of Privacy: Universities without walls

Recorded on 2017-08-31

Christa Sadeghian in conversation with Roger Malina as they discuss how working spaces and study environments have evolved over time owing to the makerspace movement. Christa gives a sneak’Peek’ of her idea for an app dealing with breaking walls between research spaces so that students from any discipline can know about each other’s projects.

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Unconventional Chemistry

Recorded on 2016-11-07

Roger Malina interviews future UTD student Padmashree Pandy about her future and discuss various topics in the fields of Art and Chemistry.

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Learning to Be

Recorded on 2016-10-10

How do we find ourselves today without losing a piece? How do we continue our stride toward advancement in the sciences without pulling back from the arts? Fatimah discusses the bridges between the arts and science and how an interdisciplinary mindset a necessity in the modern world. She discusses her part in researching what will […]

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FUQ All Genders All Genres

Recorded on 2016-03-28

Alex Garcia Topete announces the launch of The Feminist United Quartely (FUQ), an online publication featuring all literature and art addressing feminism and gender equality. Rolling call for contributions is open at www.the-fuq.com.

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A Song for the Absentees

Recorded on 2016-03-28

‘A Song for the Absentees’ is an interactive sound installation by Jee Won Kim where participants’ voice trigger various sounds of animals that are endangered. Three microphones and speakers are dispersed throughout the space. Microphones constantly capture sounds that participants generated, and the frequency (pitch) of generated sound is constantly analyzed in computer software, and […]

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Insight into the Sonification Projects at the ArtSciLab

Recorded on 2016-03-21

Anvit Srivastav and Shruthi Ayloo, ArtSciLab alumni, talk about Sonification projects being developed in the ArtSciLab and discuss the state of sonification technologies for the web. https://www.utdallas.edu/news/2016/2/12-31902_Collaborative-Minds-Bringing-Sounds-to-Brain-Data-_story-wide.html

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Announcing an Afrofuturism Podcast Series

Recorded on 2016-02-08

Tobias Van Veen is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Montreal who wrote his dissertation on Afrofuturism and the interplay of chronopolitics, concept-techniques and myth-science. In this introductory podcast, we touch upon the history of Afrofuturism in art, performance, music and literature and its relationship with time, space, science-fiction and issues of race.

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A Glance into the ArtSciLab with Anvit Srivastav

Recorded on 2015-09-28

Anvit Srivastav, ArtSciLab labber alum, discusses working on projects in the ArtSciLab including Creative Disturbance and sound visualization, as well as his thoughts and plans for the future in the field of web development. http://anvit.me/ Bumper Created by: Corey Smart

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Security Visualization with Cathryn Ploehn

Recorded on 2015-07-25

In this podcast I discuss online and technology based security with Cathryn Ploehn. Cathryn Ploehn has currently been working to visualize the data on usability and user-error of online security.

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タイトル “DNA-RNAキメラリピッドから考える生命起源” (3/3)

Recorded on 2015-06-28

生命起源仮説として圧倒的な支持を得ている RNA ワールドであるが、果たして本当に RNA ワールドは実際にこの世界で成り立ちうる可能性があるのだろうか?「生命とは何か?」 から RNA ワールドを考え、我々の実験成果である DNA-RNA キメラリピッドの構造体形成 に関して、意義をディスカッションした。

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タイトル “DNA-RNAキメラリピッドから考える生命起源” (2/3)

Recorded on 2015-06-21

生命起源仮説として圧倒的な支持を得ている RNA ワールドであるが、果たして本当に RNA ワールドは実際にこの世界で成り立ちうる可能性があるのだろうか?「生命とは何か?」 から RNA ワールドを考え、我々の実験成果である DNA-RNA キメラリピッドの構造体形成 に関して、意義をディスカッションした。

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タイトル “DNA-RNAキメラリピッドから考える生命起源” (1/3)

Recorded on 2015-06-21

生命起源仮説として圧倒的な支持を得ている RNA ワールドであるが、果たして本当に RNA ワールドは実際にこの世界で成り立ちうる可能性があるのだろうか?「生命とは何か?」 から RNA ワールドを考え、我々の実験成果である DNA-RNA キメラリピッドの構造体形成 に関して、意義をディスカッションした。

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Gender and Economics with Nobel Prize Winner Amartya Sen

Recorded on 2015-05-11

In this podcast, Amartya Sen talks with UT Dallas doctoral student Anwesha Bhattacharjee. Sen shares his thoughts and works on preferential sex selection and gendercide. Sen’s research delves deeper into the realm of culture, socio-economic structures and policy making as he endeavors to search for plausible causes and remedies for “the missing women,” as he […]

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De Guanajuato a UTD

Recorded on 2015-04-27

Este Podcast es una conversación entre dos compañeros de diferentes disciplinas trabajando en un proyecto en común.

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Área: Electrónica Flexible Desatado!

Recorded on 2015-04-17

En este podcast Dr. Avendaño habla de su largo viaje a partir de México hasta conseguir su doctorado en Ciencia de los Materiales de la Universidad de Texas en Dallas. Él comparte su visión de usar para todos y abrazar productos con tecnología electrónica flexible en casa. Él está trabajando para que esta visión se […]

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A Neuroscience Story: From Mexico to Waco, from Waco to Dallas

Recorded on 2015-04-03

Nanjing Gao was born and raised in Mexico City to Chinese parents. She is currently a student pursuing her Masters in Applied Cognition and Neuroscience at the University of Texas at Dallas. She completed her B.S. in Neuroscience with a minor in Spanish at Baylor University. She worked in a Behavioral Neuroscience research lab at […]

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El Futuro de las Prótesis Robóticas/ The future of robotic prostheses

Recorded on 2014-11-30

En este podcast hablamos de la historia de las protesis y cómo su tecnología ha evolucionado a través del tiempo. Nombramos algunas desventajas de las tecnologías usadas actualmente para ayudar a las personas con amputaciones recuperar su movilidad. Tambien discutimos cómo los nuevos avances tecnológicos en el área de robots bípedos han revolucionado el diseño […]

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Cancer: Finding Beauty in the Beast

Recorded on 2014-11-17

Caroline Ometz and UT Southwestern PhD student Dhru Deb discuss their scientific/artistic collaboration in exploring cancer, using wabi-sabi and chaos theory to draw connections between the arts and science. The goals of their project are five-fold: gallery installation, publication, creation of a community of cancer sci-artists, education of the public through dialogue about cancer, and […]

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Pilot ft. Lauren Bernal

From the halls of UT Dallas, we bring you the first ever episode of the ArtSciLab Talk Show. Maisha Razzaque sits down with with fellow lab member, Lauren Bernal, to discuss her career in research and the launch of her latest endeavor: the Esports Cyberathlete Development (ECD) project. What started as a simple discussion over coffee between […]

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