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Diaa obtained his Ph.D. (Dr. Phil) with an honor degree in sciences of visual arts and New-Media arts from the University of Bern and the University of Applied Sciences Bern, Switzerland in 2017. He is an artist, educator, researcher, and creator to setup systems of artworks, basically depending on the intersection between art, sciences, and technology.
Since its emergence, bio-art has developed numerous metaphors central to the transfer of concepts of modern biology, genetics, and genomics to the public domain that reveal several cultural, ethical, and social variations in their related themes. This article assumes that a general typology of metaphors developed by practices related to bio-art can...
Research in the sciences of new-media arts aims to develop original research questions and borrows many different interdisciplinary research methodologies that often involve collaboration with professionals from non-art fields to provide real investigations. Over the last four decades, new-media arts provided unlimited strategies to integrate the l...
Bio-pixels is a stem cell-based interactive–generative interface designed to investigate the concept of ‘self-making’. The project uses stem cells as a biological prototype of an identity-free substance and defines in vivo stem cell differentiation processes as nature’s self-making technology. It therefore considers in vitro-induced differentiation...
This statement presents a draft of a protocol template designed to manipulate stem cells within the context of a cooperation between biology labs and new media arts labs. This protocol aims at building a methodological synthesis to understand cancerous cells using not only lab facilities but also new media arts tools, applications and vision. The t...
Among all of the new media arts, holography has not yet been thoroughly understood due to its complicated visual and technical structure, which may cause misconceptions about its real content or perhaps an underestimation of its artistic value. This research, therefore, raises an attempt to reinterpret the visual representation theory of the hologr...
This article assumed a communicative model and an informative model as two interpretative approaches to classify laser artworks. Hence, it attempted to determine how some artists struggled to build a unique constitution of laser light usage in their own revolutionary artworks and how they managed to conceptualise the scientific aspects behind the l...
This protocol articulates an ongoing PhD thesis in Laser Art as an independent artistic trend including its history, classification criteria, philosophical and aesthetical aspects. Via several analytical studies theoretically and practically, the thesis is going to prove that laser art actively contributes, as an independent artistic trend, to chan...
The author created a neural interactive artwork in the form of a holographic puzzle in an attempt to expand the functional role of the neural brain activities in the interactive artistic processes. With synchronous neural communication being the structural concept for this project, the experimental setup connects the display system of puzzle pieces...
This article describes a non-traditional attempt to build a miniature artificial environment that seeks and creates experimental drawings. With microscopic techniques, ink gel was injected into tiny blocks of solid ice in a custom-made chamber. This process allowed us to create some artistic sketches on the inner surface of ice blocks. With our inn...
What if I am sure that one of my article's reviewers is not essentially a specialist in the accurate specialization related to my article topic as her/his unreasonable comments clearly refer to this?
I have submitted my article to a journal with an impact factor (2 in 2019) now my article still under review and the journal impact factor became 0.985 in journal citation report 2020. What shall I do, Should I withdraw my article to submit it to another journal?
Humanising Epidemiology: Non-medical Investigations into Epi/Pandemic Phenomena Call for Papers: https://www.nature.com/palcomms/calls-for-papers#Epidemiology Dear network members, scholars, artists, and all stakeholders, Since the current global outbreak has emerged, most of the prestigious scientific publishers including ours (Springer Nature) have raised open-calls and free material in order to fight COVID-19. all these efforts logically are addressed to the medical societies and related disciplines. However, We are convinced that the contributions of academics, policymakers and other stakeholders from other areas, including the humanities, arts and social sciences (HASS), should not be overlooked. So, I am pleased to announce a special open call for a research article collection that aims to examine the innovative role and contributions of the HASS disciplines, as well as interdisciplinary efforts, in shaping the global response to the current public health crisis. Go to the announcement for more details and don't hesitate to contact me for any question you may have. The Editor of the collection: Dr Diaa Ahmedien Associate Editor, Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, a Nature-Group journal, part of Springer Nature. firstname.lastname@example.org