Transcultural identity and hybridity.
Through the critical angle of visual art, my work encompasses other elements such as
sociology, geography, economics, politics, literature; and finally, the dynamics of
globalisation, local culture and individual identity shifts. These shifts do not merely
constitute a simple amalgamation of two original subjects, but instead, seek to create an
entirely new space.
Bioengineering, Biomechanics, Medical or Surgical Robotics, Medical Engineering, Electoral Reform, Single Transferable Vote, STV, Citizens’ Assembly, Fair Voting
aspects of U.S. foreign policy; war; ethnic conflicts
computers and creativity, intelligent problem solving, mathematical analysis for software / problem solvers, computer music, bioinformatics, molecular design
Pesticides (conventional and natural), toxicology and food safety, insects, pest management
microelectronics; integrated circuits, computer chip design, smart grid, engineering curriculum
international relations of Asia Pacific countries, especially political/security matters; Canadian political/security interests and policies vis-a-vis Asia
elections; public opinion; representation; Canadian elections: US elections
science education from pre-school to university,
balancing family and professional life, women in science
processing of precious minerals; processing of industrial metals
Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, cartography, endangered species (plants), conservation biology, spatial analysis, health geography
sustainability continuing education, sustainability professional development, lifelong learning, adult education, climate change education
European integration, Euro and global currency regimes, international trade and FDI, sustainability and innovation policies, global macroeconomics, European politics
African-American history; labour history of U.S.; race and racism; political history of U.S.