April 11 & 12, 2019

 
I co-organized a 2 day graduate Science Studies mini-symposium sponsored by the Science Studies Program at UCSD. During this mini-symposium, Dr.Lorraine Daston lead graduate workshops and delivered a university-wide lecture titled BIG CALCULATION AND THE HISTORY OF INTELLIGENCE. Graduate students from various UCs presented their work at the graduate workshops.

My presentation, titled
Being Particular About Particles: Diffuse Objects in Computer Graphics and Physical Science presented dust as a scientific and technical diffuse object which problematizes how the field of computer graphics and the physical sciences are calibrated on the solid.