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Sending brain activity to space with a media artist Daniela de Paulis Neurocareers: Doing the Impossible!

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Are you ready to explore the connection between our inner space and the vast universe? Join us on our extraterrestrial podcast as we welcome Daniela DePaulis, an interdisciplinary artist who pushes the boundaries of what is possible by merging art with neurotechnologies. In this episode, we'll delve into her unique projects that change our perception of reality and how she uses brain activity during deep sleep to connect to outer space. Daniela is a former contemporary dancer, a licensed radio operator, and a media artist who has exhibited internationally. She is currently Artist in Residence at the SETI Institute and the Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia, where she uses state-of-the-art radio telescopes to create her projects. This is a conversation you won't want to miss as we explore the intersection of art, science and technology with Daniela DePaulis.
About the podcast guest:
Daniela de Paulis is a former contemporary dancer and a media artist exhibiting internationally. She is also a licensed radio operator. Her artistic practice is informed by Space in its widest meaning. Since 2009 she has been implementing radio technologies and philosophies in her art projects. She is currently Artist in Residence at the SETI Institute and Artist in Residence at the Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia, with the support of the Baruch Blumberg Fellowship in Astrobiology. She collaborates with prominent research institutes, including the European Space Agency, INAF (Italian Research Institute for Radio Astronomy), the Donders Centre for Neuroimaging, and the University of Cambridge. For her projects, she is using state-of-the-art radio telescopes, such as the Square Kilometre Array and the Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory in the UK, the Medicina Radio Telescope, and the Sardinia Radio Telescope in Italy. Previously, she has been collaborating with radio operators based at some historical antennas, such as the Bochum Radio Observatory (DE) and the Dwingeloo radio telescope (NL). From 2009 she has developed the Visual Moonbounce technology, in collaboration with international radio operators, and a series of innovative projects combining radio technologies with live performance art and neuroscience. From 2010 to 2019, she has been collaborating with Astronomers Without Borders as the founder and director of the Arts program. She has collaborated with several other organizations, including the Human Space Program, led by space philosopher Frank White, and the Space and Society Working Group, led by philosopher James Schwartz. She is a member of the IAA SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Permanent Committee and a regular host for the Wow! Signal Podcast is a platform dedicated to conversations on SETI, science, technology, and the humanities. In addition to her artistic practice, she has published her work in the Leonardo MIT Journal, Routledge, Springer, Cambridge University Press, and RIXC.
More information: www.danieladepaulis.com, http://somnospace.diejungeakademie.de/, www.cogitoinspace.org, www.opticks.info
About the podcast host:
The Neurocareers podcast is brought to you by The Institute of Neuroapproaches ( https://www.neuroapproaches.org/ ) and its founder - Milena Korostenskaja, Ph.D. (Dr. K) - a neuroscience educator, neuroscience research consultant, and career coach for students and recent graduates in neuroscience and neurotechnologies. As a professional coach with a background in the field, Dr. K understands the unique challenges and opportunities facing students in this field. Whether you're looking to apply for jobs, build your professional network, or develop your research skills, Dr. K can provide personalized coaching and support to help you succeed. What you'll get:
One-on-one coaching sessions to help you identify and pursue your career goals; Tailored guidance on job search strategies, resume and cover letter development, and interview preparation; Access to a network of profe

Are you ready to explore the connection between our inner space and the vast universe? Join us on our extraterrestrial podcast as we welcome Daniela DePaulis, an interdisciplinary artist who pushes the boundaries of what is possible by merging art with neurotechnologies. In this episode, we'll delve into her unique projects that change our perception of reality and how she uses brain activity during deep sleep to connect to outer space. Daniela is a former contemporary dancer, a licensed radio operator, and a media artist who has exhibited internationally. She is currently Artist in Residence at the SETI Institute and the Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia, where she uses state-of-the-art radio telescopes to create her projects. This is a conversation you won't want to miss as we explore the intersection of art, science and technology with Daniela DePaulis.
About the podcast guest:
Daniela de Paulis is a former contemporary dancer and a media artist exhibiting internationally. She is also a licensed radio operator. Her artistic practice is informed by Space in its widest meaning. Since 2009 she has been implementing radio technologies and philosophies in her art projects. She is currently Artist in Residence at the SETI Institute and Artist in Residence at the Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia, with the support of the Baruch Blumberg Fellowship in Astrobiology. She collaborates with prominent research institutes, including the European Space Agency, INAF (Italian Research Institute for Radio Astronomy), the Donders Centre for Neuroimaging, and the University of Cambridge. For her projects, she is using state-of-the-art radio telescopes, such as the Square Kilometre Array and the Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory in the UK, the Medicina Radio Telescope, and the Sardinia Radio Telescope in Italy. Previously, she has been collaborating with radio operators based at some historical antennas, such as the Bochum Radio Observatory (DE) and the Dwingeloo radio telescope (NL). From 2009 she has developed the Visual Moonbounce technology, in collaboration with international radio operators, and a series of innovative projects combining radio technologies with live performance art and neuroscience. From 2010 to 2019, she has been collaborating with Astronomers Without Borders as the founder and director of the Arts program. She has collaborated with several other organizations, including the Human Space Program, led by space philosopher Frank White, and the Space and Society Working Group, led by philosopher James Schwartz. She is a member of the IAA SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Permanent Committee and a regular host for the Wow! Signal Podcast is a platform dedicated to conversations on SETI, science, technology, and the humanities. In addition to her artistic practice, she has published her work in the Leonardo MIT Journal, Routledge, Springer, Cambridge University Press, and RIXC.
More information: www.danieladepaulis.com, http://somnospace.diejungeakademie.de/, www.cogitoinspace.org, www.opticks.info
About the podcast host:
The Neurocareers podcast is brought to you by The Institute of Neuroapproaches ( https://www.neuroapproaches.org/ ) and its founder - Milena Korostenskaja, Ph.D. (Dr. K) - a neuroscience educator, neuroscience research consultant, and career coach for students and recent graduates in neuroscience and neurotechnologies. As a professional coach with a background in the field, Dr. K understands the unique challenges and opportunities facing students in this field. Whether you're looking to apply for jobs, build your professional network, or develop your research skills, Dr. K can provide personalized coaching and support to help you succeed. What you'll get:
One-on-one coaching sessions to help you identify and pursue your career goals; Tailored guidance on job search strategies, resume and cover letter development, and interview preparation; Access to a network of profe

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