Ira Greenberg

Author: Processing: Creative Coding and Computational Art
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Workshop 1 (Introduction to Flash Programming with Actionscript), Sat March 7, 10am-1pm.
Workshop 2 (Teaching with Processing: Considerations for the Classroom), Sat March 7, 2pm – 5pm.
Getting Started with Processing (Mini-workshop), Mon March 9, 9am.

Ira Greenberg is an associate professor at Miami University of Ohio, with a joint appointment in the Department of Art and the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies. He is also an affiliate faculty member of the Department of Computer Science and Systems Analysis. His research interests include aesthetics and computation, expressive programming, emergent forms, net-based art, and computer art pedagogy. During the last few years, he has been torturing defenseless art students with trigonometry, algorithms, and object-oriented programming and is excited to spread this passion to the rest of the world. He is the author of Processing: Creative Coding and Computational Art, Friends of Ed, 2007 and the upcoming Processing for Flash Developers, Friends of Ed, (summer, 2009).