Art, Science and Technology Topic @ IPCAM 10

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ICPAM 10The 10th International Conference on Physics of Advanced Materials (ICPAM-10) was held at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania, from 22 to 28 September 2014. ICPAM-10 was intended to be a forum of physicists, chemists, material scientists, physicians, engineers and artists for discussion and exchange of ideas and results, both in fundamental and applied research of advanced materials, and consisted of invited and contributed papers during plenary, oral and poster sessions.

An Art-Science-Technology special session was held during the conference. This session focused on presentations (oral and poster) related to:

NanoArt, Scientific Photography(metallography, bio, medical, space, environmental, etc.), Digital Art, Video Art, Computer Graphics, Computer Animation, Game Design, Interactive Art, Net Art, Fractal Art, Algorithmic Art, Virtual Reality, Math Art.

The Art, Science and Technology topic had 3 events:

 

Official website of the event: http://artsciencephotography.com/

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