Actress and filmmaker
Kristina Korsholm has a degree in Film and Media from Copenhagen University, and a degree in journalism from University of Stockholm. Currently, she is working on the feature length documentary “Daughter Cell”, which tells a story about artificial life and about her father, the well known scientist Steen Rasmussen. Kristina is known for her work as an actress and international model. She just wrapped the European TV show, THE TEAM (airing in 2015), was the lead in Sedona’s Rule (2010), The Killing of a Danish Swan (2011) and has been on several award winning television shows. She has also published two books, the latest “NYC - Head over High Heels”.
University of Southern Denmark - Fundamental Living Technology FLinT, Denmark
Professor in Physics & Center Director, University of Southern Denmark & External Research Professor, Santa Fe Institute, USA. 20 years (1988-2007) in the USA as a research leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Honors include P. Gorm-Petersens Mindelegat in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen, Magrethe II of Denmark (1988) & World Technology Network Reward, San Francisco (2005). Won $35+ million in research grants to home institutions and consortia. Published 100+ peer reviewed papers, edited five books, 200+ invited presentations, 100+ media interviews including Wall Street Journal and New York Times. Three adult children. Lives at a farm by the sea.