Two days of talks and two nights of live music, focused on algorithmic tools and processes.
Gray Area, San Francisco
March 22-23rd 2019
Charlie Roberts
Charlie Roberts

Charlie Roberts is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, with an affiliation in the Interactive Media & Game Development program.

His research examines human-centered computing in digital arts practice. He designed and developed a creative coding environment for the browser, Gibber, that he uses both for educational research and audiovisual performances. Gibber is used to teach computational media to middle school, high school and university students in locations around the world, and he has performed with it throughout the US, UK and Asia in the experimental performance genre known as live coding.