Professor Michael Casey Receives an NSF Grant

Title: “Collaborative Research: The Confluence of Music, Art and Science at Long Term Ecological Research Sites”
Duration: 2 Years (August 2015 to August 2017)
Michael Casey (PI, Dartmouth)

Working in musician-artist-scientist collaborative teams, we will develop new methods for visualizing and sonifying large quantities of ecological and climate data. The goal is to facilitate improved understanding of the vast information flowing from our national climate sensor networks. Neuroimaging methods will be used to evaluate both the affective impact and the scientific efficacy of the artistic data expressions developed within the project. Collaborative partners are the Hubbard Brook Long Term Ecological Research Foundation and the University of New Hampshire.