Ph.D. & M.F.A. - I-Track Department Chair & Educator
Rhazes uses media art and technology as a platform for engaged learning within the humanities and sciences.
He is particularly interested in exploring the ways that software and technology affect us, our personal interactions and the environment—and in using software, computation and creative code for interaction and storytelling. He has been a faculty member at the School of Design at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand and is currently a part-time faculty member at University of Southern California, where he is teaching creative web coding and design-speculative narratives. Rhazes earned a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from Duke University and an M.F.A. in Design|Media Arts from UCLA.