Faculty and Research

The School of Arts, Media and Engineering conducts research on experiential media and systems that impact large-scale societal problems that are invested in improving the human condition.

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Arts, Media and Engineering research + initiatives

We focus on systems that impact large-scale problems facing society, realizing our research by bringing together highly collaborative, transdisciplinary teams of individuals invested in improving the human condition. These individuals include ASU students, faculty and technical staff, as well as researchers and practitioners from outside of ASU.

Our researchers

Lauren Hayes

Featured researcher: Lauren Hayes
Center: Practice and Research in Enactive Sonic Art (PARIESA)

Practice and Research in Enactive Sonic Art (PARIESA) involves performers, sonic artists, sound designers, composers, improvisers, as well as researchers and artists from other academic areas who have a shared interest in sound practice and research. We are curious about the extended interdisciplinary applications of enactive and embodied music cognition, performance, technology, and design, and the connections between these themes.

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Pavan Turaga

Researcher directory

We support the scholarly inquiry, applied research and creative activity of more than 20 faculty.

Garth Paine

Resources for researchers

View current funding opportunities and make sure your research is getting the support that it merits.

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