Musician & Scientist
Dr Astrid Zeman is both a musician and a computational neuroscientist, programming artificial neural networks by day and performing live vocal looping by night. Last year she completed her PhD thesis on Computational Modelling of Visual Illusions, became a National finalist for the Famelab science communication competition, recorded and released her debut EP and was selected for Listen Record’s debut compilation album of underground Aussie female and transgender artists.
She’s competed in international robotics competitions, worked at the CSIRO in artificial intelligence and this year she launched and co-directed the EAROPUND Women’s Music Festival to promote female and transgender musicians.
The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) will be hosting the ArtScience Soiree at the Powerhouse Museum—a free networking event for practicing...