Roger F. Malina

Roger F. Malina is a space scientist and astronomer, with a specialty in extreme and ultraviolet astronomy, space instrumentation and optics. He served as director of the Observatoire Astronomique de Marseille Provence and was NASA Principal Investigator for the Extreme Ultraviolet Satellite project at the University of California, Berkeley.

He is also a publisher and editor in the new emerging research fields that connect the sciences and engineering to the arts, design and humanities. Since 1982 he has served as Executive Editor of the Leonardo Publications. He founded, and serves on the board of two nonprofits, ISAST in San Francisco and Olats in Paris, which advocate and document the work of artists involved in contemporary science and technology.

He is currently a Distinguished Professor of Art and Technology, and Professor of Physics, at the University of Texas at Dallas and Directeur de Recherche, for the CNRS in France. He serves as the Associate Director of ATEC. Email: rmalina@alum.mit.edu.

Books and Journal Articles

Letter from Leonardo's Executive Editor

August 2000

Letter from Leonardo's Executive Editor

August 2000
Meta-Life
Biotechnologies, Synthetic Biology, ALife and the Arts

Letter from Leonardo's Executive Editor

August 2000
Water Is in the Air
Physics, Politics, and Poetics of Water in the Arts

Letter from Leonardo's Executive Editor

August 2000

Online Reviews

by Albert-László Barabási
March 2019

Online Reviews

by Albert-László Barabási
March 2019