Director: Professor Roy Ascott
Within a transcultural, transdisciplinary perspective, the Planetary Collegium is concerned with the advancement of emergent forms of art and architecture, in the context of telematic, interactive and technoetic media, and their integration with science, technology, and consciousness research. The Collegium's hub (CAiiA-Hub) is located in the School of Art and Media, with nodes in Zurich, Milan and Kefalonia.
Currently there are 43 doctoral candidates enrollded in the Collegium, and 53 PhD graduates since its original founding as the CAiiA at the University of Wales, Caerleon. Visting artists and post doctoral researchers are also in residence from time to time. Honorary Members (New Knowledge Advisory Board):
Dr. James K. Gimzewski (Nanotechnology, University of California Los Angeles)
Luis Eduardo Luna
Dr. Roger Malina (International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology)
Dr. Thomas S. Ray (Dept. Zoology, University of Oklahoma)
Dr. Marilyn Schlitz (Institute of Noetic Sciences, Petaluma)
Barbara Maria Stafford
For further information visit the Planetary Collegium at Wikipedia.