Dr. David Glowacki (www.glow-wacky.com) is a scientist and digital artist with appointments as a Royal Society Research Fellow at the University of Bristol, and visiting scholar at Stanford. In Bristol, he heads up an eclectic and internationally recognized research group between the Centre for Computational Chemistry and the Department of Computer Science. He is also a resident at Bristol’s Pervasive Media Studio, an interdisciplinary digital research lab that brings together artists, engineers, and scientists.
Glowacki’s research at the frontiers of computing, molecular physics, and digital aesthetics has led to a number of prestigious international awards, including a Royal Society research fellowship (2013), the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Harrison-Meldola Award (2014), a Philip Leverhulme award (2016), the Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics Emerging Investigator Lectureship (2016), and an EPSRC programme grant (2017).
His artistic work at the frontiers of scientific simulation, interactive computing, and digital aesthetics has been experienced by more than 300,000 people on three continents, and displayed at a number of prestigious cultural venues across the world.