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“Architecture as Computation” Research Project Awarded SSHRC Insight Development Grant

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada has announced the results of the Insight Development Grants 2018 Competition. Happy to be among the award recipients with my research project “Architecture as Computation: Academic Research Networks and Mobilities of Technical Practices.” The

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“Architecture as Computation” Research Project Awarded SSHRC Insight Development Grant

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada has announced the results of the Insight Development Grants 2018 Competition. Happy to be among the award recipients with my research project “Architecture as Computation: Academic Research Networks and Mobilities of Technical Practices.” The

“A Hard Core: Architects and Science in the Research University” Session at HSS’18, Seattle

I co-organized, along with Daniel Cardoso Llach (CMU), a session exploring architecture’s place in the postwar research university for the 2018 Annual Meeting of the History of Science Society in Seattle. The session examined academic architects’ adoption of scientific ideals and

“A Hard Core: Architects and Science in the Research University” Session at HSS’18, Seattle

I co-organized, along with Daniel Cardoso Llach (CMU), a session exploring architecture’s place in the postwar research university for the 2018 Annual Meeting of the History of Science Society in Seattle. The session examined academic architects’ adoption of scientific ideals and

Paper on CAAD and the Reimagination of Architectural Memory ca. 1970 in SIGCIS ’18 “Stored in Memory”, St. Louis

I gave a paper on confluences between postwar experimental architecture and academic experiments with computer-aided architectural design software, specifically centering around new conceptual and technical renditions of architectural memory, in the 10th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group for Computing, Information,

Paper on CAAD and the Reimagination of Architectural Memory ca. 1970 in SIGCIS ’18 “Stored in Memory”, St. Louis

I gave a paper on confluences between postwar experimental architecture and academic experiments with computer-aided architectural design software, specifically centering around new conceptual and technical renditions of architectural memory, in the 10th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group for Computing, Information,

Architecture|Software graduate seminar, McGill

Themed Architecture|Software this graduate seminar that I teach at McGill examines how software, in its many technical and conceptual dimensions, has influenced, and been influenced by, key themes in contemporary architectural theory. Below are links to iterations of the seminar: Arch 684:

Architecture|Software graduate seminar, McGill

Themed Architecture|Software this graduate seminar that I teach at McGill examines how software, in its many technical and conceptual dimensions, has influenced, and been influenced by, key themes in contemporary architectural theory. Below are links to iterations of the seminar: Arch 684:

Core U2 Architectural Design Studio, McGill

As coordinator of the core second year undergraduate design studio at the McGill School of Architecture, I am developing and implementing a pedagogy based on visual computation and generative drawing. The confrontation of the logics of an abstract formal system

Core U2 Architectural Design Studio, McGill

As coordinator of the core second year undergraduate design studio at the McGill School of Architecture, I am developing and implementing a pedagogy based on visual computation and generative drawing. The confrontation of the logics of an abstract formal system

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MIT Doctoral Hooding & Commencement

Incredibly honoured to have received by doctoral hood from my mentor Terry Knight and my PhD diploma from President Rafael Reif. I thank Terry, my advisor George Stiny, and everyone in my MIT family for the unforgettably creative, mind-expanding, and

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MIT Doctoral Hooding & Commencement

Incredibly honoured to have received by doctoral hood from my mentor Terry Knight and my PhD diploma from President Rafael Reif. I thank Terry, my advisor George Stiny, and everyone in my MIT family for the unforgettably creative, mind-expanding, and

Talk and conversation at Waterloo’s 50th Anniversary Lecture Series

Watch here my talk and conversation with Charles Walker (Zaha Hadid Architects) reacting to the probe: How can digital technology qualitatively engage the complex material, economic and social realities of the world? This was part of a 6-fold series of

Talk and conversation at Waterloo’s 50th Anniversary Lecture Series

Watch here my talk and conversation with Charles Walker (Zaha Hadid Architects) reacting to the probe: How can digital technology qualitatively engage the complex material, economic and social realities of the world? This was part of a 6-fold series of