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Charles Darwin University, Australia
Dr. Ioannis Michaloudis is a visual artist, academic & researcher internationally acknowledged as one of the leaders in Art&Science and the first ever creator and investigator on the application of the NASA’s nanomaterial silica aerogel in Visual Arts, Design and Architecture. His career started in Paris as a researcher at Sorbonne University where he had presented his thesis in 1998 on the elastic relationships between Visual Arts & Design. In Paris he taught for 8 years undergraduate Product Design students in the “Arts Décos” School. In 2001, after receiving the Fulbright Award for Greek Artists, he moved to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the States. There he completed his Post-Doctoral research on Art&Science as a Research Fellow, whilst teaching postgraduate students. For the years 2012-2014 he was teaching students at all levels in Curtin University, School of Design and Art, Western Australia. He was the Head of Interior Design Department at Kingdom University for one year. He is currently coordinating the post-graduate program in Visual Arts at Charles Darwin University, Australia. He is the author of twelve papers and one book chapter. He has twelve solo international exhibitions and had been invited in more than twenty international Art&Science exhibitions and conferences.
Title of ICPAM talk: Aer( )Print: Your Name Written into Heaven