This interdisciplinary project is supported by the Page-Barbour Lecture Series in the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Virginia.

Cassandra Fraser gratefully acknowledges the Rockefeller Foundation for a Bellagio Center residency for Transduction project planning.

Many colleagues across Grounds and the Charlottesville community are thanked for their contributions and engagement.

Special thanks go to Bill Sherman and Lindsey Hepler from OpenGrounds for their multifaceted support for this project from brainstorming, planning, hosting, advertising, recording, community engagement and more.

We also thank School of Architecture faculty, staff and Dean Kim Tanzer, for their collaboration, enthusiastic participation and wide ranging, generous support.

Meredith Woo, Dean of Arts and Sciences, and Provost John Simon are thanked for their support of WallSpace, a new experimental interdisciplinary venue at UVA, where Transduction discussions, project workshops, and selected sessions will be held.

We thank members of the Fraser research group for providing the Transduction Team with luminescent material demos and a laboratory tour.