Senior Research Fellow at REC PAST Centre, Tomsk State National Research University.
PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Humanitarian Problems in Computer Science, Faculty of Philosophy, Tomsk State National Research University.
He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Tomsk State University, where in 2002 he defended his dissertation, «Virtualization of Experience in Postmodern Culture: Metamorphoses of a Discursive Landscape.» In 2013 he defenced his doctoral thesis about the philosophical and methodological aspects of artificial life.
Galkin D. Digital Culture: Towards Artificial Life. Tomsk State Univ. Press, Tomsk, 2013 – 380p.
Galkin D. Cybernetic Art in the 1950-60s: robotic sculptures // Evolution Haute Couture: Art and Science in the Post-Biological Age. Part 2: Theory. Edited and curated by Dmitry Bulatov. Kaliningrad: BB NCCA, 2013 — pp.189-209 (English-Russian)
Galkin D. Culture as Industry: European Version // European Culture: XXI Century, ed. by prof. E.Vodopianova, Nestor-History Press, Moscow-St.Petersburg, 2013 – pp.256-288
Galkin D. Ontological Theatre of Art, Science and Technology: a cybernetic journey from digital culture to artificial life // Civilization at the Crossroads: Response and Responsibility of the Systems Science. European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research, ed. J.Wilby, S.Blachfellner, W.Hofkirchner, Vienna, BCSSS, 2014 – p.528-531
Galkin D. New Media: domestic, homeless, intimate // Visual Split: Meaning of New Media. Collection of articles. Ed. by O.Shishko and A.Scherbenok. Moscow, IEC Manezh – 2014 pp.88-96 (in Russian)
Galkin D. Who is guilty and what to do? Technologies of Decision Making // Effective Management. Practical Approach. Ed. by T.Bazarov, Tomsk State University Press, 2015 – pp.57-69
Galkin D. Foundations of Social Robotics in the Context of Humanities and Social Sciences // Omsk State University Journal, Issue 2(72) – p.167-178 (in Russian)
Galkin D.V. Disposition of the Gaze: Optics of Identity in Contemporary Art // Tomsk State University Journal, N377, 2013 – p.53-57 (In Russian)
Galkin D.V. From gaze to the presence: Interactive Architecture in Contemporary Digital Culture // Tomsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin, N9, 2013 – p.262-267 (in Russian)
Galkin D.V. On some epistemological foundations of artificial life. Research Papers of Novosibirsk State University, Vol. 10, N2 2012) (in Russian)
Galkin D., Migunov A., Erokhin S., Gagarin V. Science Art: Origins, Essence, Terminlogy» (Analysis of conference materials following International conference «Science Art» held at Moscow State University, 4-5 April 2012) // Vestnik of Moscow State University, N6 2012, p.96-116 (in Russian)
Galkin D.V. Digital Culture: methodological issues in research of cultural dynamics from digital automation to techno-bio-creatures // International Journal of Cultural Research. Russian Institute of Cultural Studies. St.Petersburg: “Eidos”, №3(8) 2012 [E-journal]
Galkin D. Considering contrudictions of the winter political street festival // Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media, No 7 (2012): 143-147 [E-journal, University of Leeds, UK]
Galkin D. Collaborative System Design for Innovation and Creativity: From Social Networks to Collective Intelligence // EMCSR 2012. European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research. Book of Abstracts. Ed. by R.M.Bichler, S.Blachfellner, W.Hofkirchner, Bertalanffy Centre for the Study of System Science, Vienna 2012 – p.126-129 (in English)
Galkin D. Artificial Life as Subversion of the Flesh: Strategies for Hybridization // Tomsk State University Journal, №370, May 2013 – p.44-52 (in Russian)
Galkin D. From Inspiration of Machines to Artificial Life: The Development Stages of Technological Art // Tomsk State University Journal – Cultural Studies and Art History, №1(9), 2013 – p.29-34
Galkin D. On the borders of the living: Ontological Foundations of Artificial Life // Philosophy of Science N4(55) 2012, Novosibirsk, The Russian Academy of Science Institute of Philosophy and Law – pp.49-67 (in Russian)
Dmitry V. Galkin, (2011) «The hypothesis of interactive evolution», Kybernetes, Vol. 40 Iss: 7/8, pp.1021 — 1029
Galkin D. Cybernetics for Post-Humans: Symbiotic Games of the Limited Creator // Cybernetics and Systems 2010. Ed. Robert Trappl. Volume 2. Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, Vienna 2010 – pp.171-177 (English)
Yankovskaya A.E., Galkin D.V., Chernogoryuk G.E. Computer Visualization and Cognitive Graphic Tools for Applied Intelligent Systems // Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Automation, Control and Information Technology, June 15-18, 2010, Novosibirsk, Russia, ACTA Press Anaheim/Calgary/Zurich, Vol.1 – pp.249-253
Galkin D. Technological Arousal: An Ecstasy of Techno-Art Communications // Communication Practices in Contemporary Society. Ed. By V.Vasilkova and I.Demidova. St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg: Skifia Press, 2008 – pp.291-311
Galkin D. Techno-Art Hybrids: Art, Design and technology in the Cultural Dynamics of Late XX-th Century // Humanities and Informatics, Vol. 4, Tomsk State University Press, 2009 – pp.35-52
Galkin D. Artificial Life: from Science to Art // Philosophy and Methodology of Artificial Intelligence, Perm: Perm State Technological University, 2008 – pp.172-186
Galkin D. Understanding Interactivity: Artistic Reflections on Cybernetics // Cybernetics and Systems 2008. Ed. Robert Trappl. Volume 2. Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, Vienna 2008 – pp.126-132 (English)
Galkin D. Techno-art Hybrids: Artwork in the Age of Its Computer production // Humanities and Informatics, Vol. 3, Tomsk State University Press, 2007 – pp.22-38
Galkin D. Attack of the Global Pop-Capitalism or Lesson of Creative Economy? // Selected Papers, The Kennan Institute Conference “Us-Russia Relations in the Era of Globalization”, Moscow, 2005 – pp.204-213
Galkin D. Strategies of Urban Cultural Development: Contemporary Approaches // Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Is.4, 2005 – pp.41-58
Galkin D. Human Being in Virtual Bunker: Critical Theory of Digital Culture // Open and Distant Education, Tomsk, 2003, N3-4(11-12) –pp.100-105