Replace layer mask from the "Curves" model layer to the Gradient Fill layer by holding Opt/Alt and drag and drop layer mask to gradient layer mask. Take a Brush Tool (B) with soft round form, Opacity: 100%, Color: #000000, and remove the gradient from the skin on the layer mask.
Now place texture file from "Atom Stock Pack" (File > Place.../Place Embedded) and resize it to the size of the working field and rotate it on 90 degrees Clockwise (right-click in Free Transform Mode > Rotate 90 degrees Clockwise ). Use "Screen" Blending Mode and replace layer mask from the original model layer. On a layer mask, remove the texture from the skin with a black brush. Group all model layers (Cmd/Ctrl + G or Layer > Group Layers...).
Now add the hood of the atomic lattice. In the render folder, you will find different images and you can use any. I used this in picture file "4" and "5". Place the "5" image into the working document and resize it so atomic lattice does not extend beyond the edge of the working area. Rotate image to find the best form. Place this image in the region of the head and neck and shoulders of the model. Change layer Blending Mode to "Screen".
Replace layer mask (hold Opt/Alt and drag and drop layer mask to atomic lattice) from the original model layer and remove remnants of the lattice on this mask. Be sure to invert (select layer mask > Cmd/Ctrl + I) layer mask to hide all on a model. Leave some texture on the shoulders of the model.
Now add the "4" image and create a likeness to do a small crown on the head of the model of the atomic lattice. To do this I used 6 copies of this layer with a very small size. To quickly duplicate the layer, use Move Tool (V) + Opt/Alt key and move a copy. Be sure to use layers Blending Mode "Screen".
Create a new layer (Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + N or use "Create a new layer" icon) above all others with "Screen" Blending Mode. Use Brush Tool (B) with soft round form, Size: 35 - 100px, Opacity: 50% and color: #ffffff (white). Draw some fireflies with different sizes on ends of the atomic lattice.
Now create a texture from dots. So, first create a merged copy of all image via Cmd/Ctrl + Opt/Alt + Shift + E. Then set foreground color to black and go to Filter > Filter Gallery... In window that appears go to "Texture" folder and use "Stained Glass" filter with Cell Size: 8, Border Thickness: 9, Light Intensity: 4.
Where we create a grid, we need to separate bright areas, which will form the basis effect. To do this I use "Color Range" Tool (Select > Color Range) with Select: Highlights, Fuzziness: 20%, Range: 80. You can experiment with the settings to select more or less points.
But the point still remains polygons. I've been thinking about this problem and decided to use Refine Edge to soften the edge and create a true point. While the selection is still active go to Select > Refine Edge or use Opt/Alt + Shift + R. In window that appears, check mark "Smart Radius" but do not change the Radius. Set Smooth: 50, Contrast: 50%, Shift Edge: +3% and click OK.
Add a layer mask for this layer to hide all except points (Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection... or use "Add a layer mask icon"). Use "Screen" Blending Mode and Fill: 75%. If you want to create more points, repeat Steps 29 - 32 but do not change the settings for "Refine Edge". I had to connect the ingenuity and a lot of experimenting to create the effect. I hope you will appreciate it :)