Dr. Diaa Ahmedien is a lecturer in the sciences of New-Media Arts and Technology and an associate editor in Humanities & Social Sciences Communications, a Nature journal group, part of Springer Nature. Diaa is an artist, educator, researcher, and creator to setup systems of interactive artworks. His accurate specialization lies in the area of the sciences of New-Media arts, Digital Humanities, visual communications, and medical humanities, all of which emphasize the crucial role of the intersections among the arts, sciences, and technology in shaping knowledge-based societies.
Diaa graduated magna cum laude with a Ph.D. (Dr. Phil) in sciences of visual arts and New-Media arts from the University of Bern and the University of Applied Sciences Bern, Switzerland, 2017. Diaa is a strong believer in the inevitable role of mature artistic practices in making tomorrow's sciences more open and democratic.
Through his research and cutting-edge experimental artistic projects, Diaa seeks Achieving Academic-Leading Advancement in Sciences of Visual Arts by fostering the interdisciplinary knowledge derived from the artistic practice-based research and reinforce its dual functions of being a means of integrating the public into complicated scientific inquiries and as an approach to enrich the visual and visible interface of the contemporary sciences.
Deliver Lectures in a wide spectrum of topics regarding sciences of visual arts and New-Media Arts, besides, designing visual arts curriculums, seminars, and workshops for undergraduate and post graduate students in the academic artistic institutions.
Conduct interdisciplinary theoretical and empirical research in the field of Sciences of visual arts and New-Media arts. participate in several interdisciplinary research teams of scientists and artists in order to execute cutting-edge experiments in New-Media arts' labs.
Create and set up interactive systems, interactive environments, and a wide range of interactive artworks, in which audience can interact with the artwork's systems in order to learn, generate, exchange, and transfer knowledge.
Non-Medical investigations into Epi/Pandemic phenomena.
As a guest editor, Dr Diaa Ahmedien has raised a new thematic article collection to shape a global response to the current global public health crisis.