Art of Science Exhibit in S&E

During the Spring Quarter of 2011, the Science & Engineering Library invited UCSD faculty, staff, and students to submit digital images which demonstrated the artistic side of science and engineering. Such images can be beautiful, creative, and evocative, when the traditional artistic elements of color, line, shape, form, and texture are present.

Please stop by the S&E Library to see all the entries, including the winning images:

Student 1st Place Winner, Rick Wagner

Faculty/Staff Category
1st place – ChaOss Begets Order, by Tadel Matevz, Physics
2nd place – Stellar Orbits Dragonfly, by Adam Burgasser, Physics
3rd place – The First 10-42Seconds, by David Rideout, Mathematics

Student Category
1st place – Grids, by Rick Wagner, Physics
2nd place – A Tapestry in Silicon, by Christopher Doran, Electrical and Computer Engineering
3rd place – The View From Above, by Kim Wright, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Honorable Mention – Nanogarden, by Alireza Kargar, ECE Electrical and Computer Engineering

The exhibit will be up at the S&E Library through the summer. The images are also be posted on the S&E Library’s Flickr account.

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