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The DAW INTERNATIONAL's is concerned in general with the bridge between the arts and sciences in cultural context with the application of digital technology in specific. Consisting of symposia, workshops and cultural events, the DAW program offers insight into current research and innovations in art and technology as well as illustrating resulting synergies, making artists aware of impulses in technology and scientists aware of the possibilities of application of technology in the arts. Based at the Computer Systems Institute at the ETH Zurich, DAW was founded in 2005 by Prof. Jürg Gutknecht, Arthur Clay, and Dr. Stefan Müller Arisona to drive interdisciplinary initiatives involving innovations in computer science. '

DAW INTERNATIONAL Team

Academic Chair ETH, Prof. Dr. Jürg Gutknecht
Director & Arts Chair, Art Clay
Scientific Chair, Stefan Müller Arisona
Educational Chair, Steve Gibson
Communication & Social Media, Monika Rut
Public Relations, Andrew J. Jones
.ulink, the DAW Linkzine, F. Scott Taylor

DAW Coordinator, Canada, Doug Jarvis
DAW Coordinator, Singapore, Urich Lau
DAW Coordinator, Japan, Kazuko Matsumoto
DAW Coordinator, China, Yifan Wang
DAW Coordinator, Great Britain, Peter Richardson
DAW Coordinator, USA, John Craig Freeman




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