The SoA invites you to join us today, Mon 06 May from 8:30am-3:00pm for the MSCD Thesis Reviews in the CodeLab in MMCH 403.
Professor of Architecture at Istanbul Technical University, Mine Ozkar will present her lecture entitled “Matters of Shape Representation: A Computational Approach to Architectural Heritage” as part of the Computational Design Lecture series on Wednesday 17 April at 5:30pm in Breed Hall/MMCH 103.
Human-Computer Interaction Institute Professor of Practice Paul Pangaro will deliver a lecture entitled “Computing Conversation / When, Why, How, Who?” as part of the Computational Design Lecture series. The lecture takes place on Tuesday 09 April at 5:30pm in Breed Hall/MMCH 103.
The SoA invites you to attend this semester's MSCD pre-thesis reviews on Thursday 13 and Friday 14 December from 4:00-7:00pm at the CodeLab (& STUDIO) in MMCH 403.
The School of Architecture welcomes Professor Mine Ozkar, who is joining the SoA's Computational Design Laboratory as a visiting scholar for the 2018-2019 academic year.
The Code Lab, Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, and Metro 21 collaborate to use computation to understand how pedestrians use Market Square in order to inform future planning decisions.
Congratulations to the two undergraduate student teams awarded Honorable Mention in the ACMA Composites Design Challenge.
Join us for the FCD Final Review Tuesday 8 May at 3:00pm in MMCH 320 and 321. Exhibition on display through Friday 11 May.
MSCD students to defend their theses in the Code Lab May 3-4, 2018.
The National University of Singapore hosted Professor Ramesh Krishnamurti this month for a pair of lectures focused on his experience in the SoA's graduate programs in computational design.
Digital art blog Creative Applications Network reviewed the exhibition Designing the Computational Image/Imagining Computational Design recently on view at CMU’S Miller Gallery and curated by SoA Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach.
Daniel Cardoso Llach will offer a special guided tour of the exhibition "Designing the Computational Image, Imagining Computational Design" at the Miller Gallery on Tuesday 24 October at 11:00am. Organized in response to a request by HCI faculty and students, the visit is open to other members of the university.
The Computational Design: Practices, Histories, Infrastructures symposium will examine computation as a subject of both scholarly and creative inquiry in design.
The Computational Design: Practices, Histories, Infrastructures symposium will examine computation as a subject of both scholarly and creative inquiry in design. Register in advance to attend this free event.
Assistant Professor of Architecture Dr. Daniel Cardoso Llach has just been announced as the recipient of a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. The award will support the forthcoming exhibition Designing the Computational Image + Imagining Computational Design.