<![CDATA[Brian Magerko, artificial intelligence and cognitive science expert]]> 35798 Brian Magerko’s research explores how studying human and machine cognition can inform the development of new human-computer creative experiences. His work brings together cognitive science, computer science, and computational media research to design and develop technologies related to human creative socio-cognitive processes. He has authored over 100 peer-reviewed articles related to computational media, cognition, and learning. His research has been featured in the New Yorker, USA Today, CNN, Yahoo! Finance, NPR, and other global and regional outlets, as well as galleries and museums around the world. His music-based learning environment for computer science, EarSketch, has been used by more than 160,000 learners. At Georgia Tech, he leads the Expressive Machinery Lab.

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<![CDATA[Joycelyn Wilson, hip-hop and culture expert]]> 35798 As assistant professor of hip-hop studies and digital media, Joycelyn Wilson’s courses highlight how hip-hop is rooted in innovation and pedagogics and can be used to inspire design thinking, engineering education, and digital and computational media. She is an educational anthropologist, and her scholarly work focuses on the impact of hip-hop. Wilson received her B.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Georgia, and a master's from Pepperdine University. She can comment on pop culture stories, Atlanta hip-hop, and hip-hop’s intersections with politics and culture. Joycelyn sees the field of hip-hop studies moving toward a more intentional integration with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Driven by her roots coming from a family of educators, she believes that culture, hip-hop, and the arts have a way of exposing a person to their gifts and that exposure is the true essence of education. She is also focused on the impact and importance of the upcoming 50th anniversary of hip-hop, and, when asked how Atlanta has influenced the culture of hip-hop, she replied, “Atlanta influences everything.”

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<![CDATA[Mark Riedl, human-centered artificial intelligence expert]]> 35798 Mark Riedl’s research focuses on human-centered artificial intelligence — the development of AI and machine learning technologies that understand and interact with human users in more natural ways. His research addresses the question of how to design AI with the ability to create, understand, and respond to stories. His recent work has focused on story understanding and generation, computational creativity, explainable AI, and teaching virtual agents to behave safely. His research is supported by the NSF, DARPA, ONR, the U.S. Army, U.S. Health and Human Services, Disney, Google, Meta, and Amazon. He is the recipient of a DARPA Young Faculty Award and an NSF CAREER Award.

 

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<![CDATA[Lisa Yaszek, Science Fiction Expert]]> 35798 Lisa Yaszek researches and teaches science fiction as a global language crossing centuries, continents, and cultures. Yaszek’s books include The Future is Female! Volumes 1 and 2 (Library of America, 2018 and 2022);Literary Afrofuturism in the Twenty-First Century (OSUP, 2020);  Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction (Wesleyan, 2016); The Self-Wired: Technology and Subjectivity in Contemporary American Narrative (Routledge 2002/2014); and Galactic Suburbia: Recovering Women’s Science Fiction (Ohio State, 2008). Her ideas about science fiction as the premier story form of modernity have been featured in The Washington PostFood and Wine Magazine, and USA Today and on the AMC miniseries, James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction. A past president of the Science Fiction Research Association, Yaszek currently serves as an editor for the Library of America and as a juror for the Phillip K. Dick, John W. Campbell, and Eugie Foster Science Fiction Awards.

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<![CDATA[Climate change and coral reef researcher, Isaiah Bolden]]> 35798 Isaiah Bolden is an oceanographer and biogeochemist who joined the faculty at Georgia Tech in Fall 2022. Despite growing up in landlocked Nashville, Tennessee, he’s found a way to have a coastal-focused career. His research is primarily aimed at understanding the health and impacts of climate change on modern and ancient coral reef ecosystems and other coastal environments. Bolden accomplishes this by designing and monitoring novel chemical proxies (or “clues”) that can be used to fingerprint changes in the community structure of these environments as a function of time and compounding stressors such as global warming and ocean acidification. He also is committed to community-engaged environmental research projects that promote community resilience and increase educational accessibility and diversity in the geosciences. He holds a B.A. in earth and oceanographic science from Bowdoin College and an M.S. and Ph.D. in oceanography from the University of Washington.

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<![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 665594 665594 image <![CDATA[Climate change and coral reef researcher, Isaiah Bolden]]> 1675872831 2023-02-08 16:13:51 1675872831 2023-02-08 16:13:51 Faculty Profile
<![CDATA[Nuclear energy expert, Anna Erickson]]> 35798 Anna Erickson’s work focuses on bridging a critical gap between the reactor engineering and nuclear nonproliferation communities by integrating theoretical reactor analysis and design and experimental detection. She serves as director for the Consortium for Enabling Technologies and Innovation, a group of 12 universities and 12 national laboratories tasked with developing new technologies and educational programs to support the U.S. Department of Energy’s nuclear science, security, and nonproliferation goals. She is also a co-author of Active Interrogation in Nuclear Security: Science, Technology, and Systems, published by Nature Springer, and more than 100 journal publications, conference proceedings, and presentations.

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<![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 665664 665664 image <![CDATA[Nuclear energy expert, Anna Erickson]]> 1675966356 2023-02-09 18:12:36 1675966356 2023-02-09 18:12:36 Faculty Profile
<![CDATA[Solar energy and semiconductor expert, Juan-Pablo Correa-Baena]]> 35798 Juan-Pablo Correa-Baena’s research focuses on the electronic nanoscale dynamics of low-cost semiconductors used for optoelectronic applications. Correa-Baena’s group works on advanced deposition techniques, with emphasis on low-cost and high throughput, as well as advanced characterization methods that include synchrotron-based mapping and imaging approaches with nanoscale resolution. His research program at Georgia Tech has attracted funding from the Department of Energy and the Department of Defense, which funds cutting-edge research on new materials for solar energy conversion. His work has been cited over 28,000 times, making him a top cited researcher as recognized by the Web of Science Group Highly Cited Researchers (2019-21) and the Nature Index’s leading early career researchers in materials science (2019).

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<![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 665635 665635 image <![CDATA[Solar energy and semiconductor expert, Juan-Pablo Correa-Baena]]> 1675913909 2023-02-09 03:38:29 1675913909 2023-02-09 03:38:29 Faculty Profile Research Page
<![CDATA[Munmun De Choudhury, social and computer science expert]]> 35798 Trained as a computer scientist, Munmun De Choudhury’s research interests lie in machine learning, social media, and health. She is passionate about uncovering problems at the intersection of computer science and social science. De Choudhury leads The SocWeB Lab, where she studies, analyzes, and uses social media to derive computational, large-scale data-driven insights, and to develop mechanisms and technologies for understanding and improving our mental health and well-being. She received her Ph.D. in computer science in 2011 at Arizona State University, Tempe. De Choudhury’s research has pioneered the computational use of social media data for mental health.

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<![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 665558 665559 665558 image <![CDATA[ Munmun De Choudhury, social and computer science expert]]> 1675793299 2023-02-07 18:08:19 1675793299 2023-02-07 18:08:19 665559 image <![CDATA[ Munmun De Choudhury, social and computer science expert]]> 1675793300 2023-02-07 18:08:20 1675793300 2023-02-07 18:08:20 Faculty Profile Research Page Research Lab page
<![CDATA[Santiago Grijalva, smart power systems expert]]> 35798 Santiago Grijalva is the director of the Advanced Computational Electricity Systems (ACES) Laboratory, where he focuses his research on power system operation, electricity markets, and smart grids. From 2012 to 2015, Grijalva served as the Strategic Energy Institute (SEI) associate director for Electricity Systems, responsible for coordinating large efforts on electricity research and policy at Georgia Tech. He earned an M.S. and Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1999 and 2002, respectively. He has pioneered work on decentralized and autonomous power systems control, renewable energy integration in power, and unified network models and applications. Grijalva speaks to the challenges and opportunities that come with the unique, once in a century transformation from centralized production of energy to a distributed production of energy.

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<![CDATA[Jennifer Leavey]]> 35798 After graduating from Georgia Tech with a bachelor’s in chemistry, Leavey received her Ph.D. in immunology and molecular pathogenesis at Emory University. She is the director of the Urban Honey Bee Project, a unique interdisciplinary undergraduate research and education program focused on the impact of urban habitats on honey bees. She also serves as the faculty director of Explore Living Learning Community. Additionally, Leavey has developed innovative vertically integrated projects (VIPs) including Living Building Science, which is based on the science around The Kendeda Building, and STEMComm, which promotes scientific communication through creative media about recent scientific discoveries and engineering innovations.

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<![CDATA[Mariel Borowitz]]> 35798 Mariel Borowitz’s research deals with international space policy issues, focusing particularly on global developments related to remote sensing satellites and challenges to space security and sustainability. Her book, Open Space: The Global Effort for Open Access to Environmental Satellite Data, published by MIT Press, examines trends in the development of data sharing policies governing Earth observing satellites, as well as interactions with the growing commercial remote sensing sector. Her work has been published in ScienceStrategic Studies QuarterlySpace PolicyAstropolitics, and New Space, and her research has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation and NASA.

]]> Ayana Isles 1 1670436651 2022-12-07 18:10:51 1670437772 2022-12-07 18:29:32 0 0 profile Mariel Borowitz’s research deals with international space policy issues, focusing particularly on global developments related to remote sensing satellites and challenges to space security and sustainability. 

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<![CDATA[Mitchell Walker]]> 35798

Mitchell Walker has more than 20 years of experience in the field of electric propulsion as a researcher, consultant, and innovator. His current research involves the theoretical and experimental work in spacecraft propulsion and how to protect Earth from space debris. Walker has delivered testimony to members of Congress helping guide America’s investments in the future of space exploration. He also serves on NASA’s advisory council and was part of the testbed study of the electric propulsion of the International SpaceStation.  A plasma physic and rocket expert, Walker has been a lead consulting voice for companies like Newell Rubbermaid, and Lockheed Martin as well as for the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy. 

 

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<![CDATA[Alex Hsu]]> 35798 Alex Hsu is an associate professor of finance in the Scheller College of Business. His research focus is on bond yields, equity returns, and macroeconomics. Hsu holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brown University and a Ph.D. in aeronautics and astronautics from Stanford University. He builds theoretical models to examine the impact of monetary policy and fiscal policy on equity returns and interest rate term structure. He also studies the empirical effects of government policy and legislation on firm outcomes such as returns and investment.

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<![CDATA[ Rick Clark]]> 35798 Rick Clark has served on advisory and governing boards at the state, regional, and national levels, and travels annually to U.S. embassies around the world to discuss the U.S. college admission process. He is the co-author of The Truth about College Admission: A Family Guide to Getting in and Staying Together and a companion workbook, published under the same title from Johns Hopkins University Press. He is also the creator of the Georgia Tech Admission Blog and the College Admission Brief Podcast. A native of Atlanta, Clark earned a B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.Ed. from Georgia State University. 

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<![CDATA[Tim Lieuwen]]> 35798 Tim Lieuwen is Regents’ Professor, David S. Lewis Jr. Chair, and executive director of the Strategic Energy Institute at Georgia Tech. His interests lie in the areas of clean energy and propulsion systems, energy policy, acoustics, fluid mechanics, and combustion. Lieuwen’s passion for automobiles and energy began when he was a teenager repairing cars as a small business. He believes we are at a historical crossroads with regard to energy sources and policies, and emphasizes Georgia Tech’s role in the transition.

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<![CDATA[Feryal Özel]]> 35798 Born and raised in Istanbul, Turkey, Feryal Özel received her B.S. in physics and applied mathematics at Columbia University and her Ph.D. at Harvard University. Özel is a founding member of the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration, where she has led the Modeling and Analysis Group. When Özel was working on her dissertation as a graduate student at Harvard, she “fell in love” with black holes and she often wondered if we could actually glimpse a black hole directly — and decided to take on the challenge. In May 2022, fueled by her passion and curiosity, she led EHT’s unveiling of the first image of the supermassive black hole located at the center of our Milky Way galaxy — Sagittarius A* — Sgr A*.

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<![CDATA[Glenn Lightsey]]> 35798 Glenn Lightsey’s research focuses on the technology of small satellites, including space exploration, propulsion, satellite operations, Earth monitoring, and space systems engineering. He has experience in systems design and optimization as well as flight mechanics and controls. Lightsey earned his Ph.D. in aeronautics and astronautics from Stanford University. He likens this exciting era of moon exploration — such as Artemis 1— to the stuff of science fiction novels that aerospace engineers dream about. Lightsey has authored and co-authored more than 140 technical articles and publications. He is an American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Fellow and a founding member of the AIAA Small Satellite Technical Committee. He is associate editor-in-chief of the Journal of Small Satellites.

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<![CDATA[Diego Cifuentes]]> 36162 apillai32 1 1662987204 2022-09-12 12:53:24 1662987204 2022-09-12 12:53:24 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Weijun Xie]]> 36162 apillai32 1 1662987042 2022-09-12 12:50:42 1662987183 2022-09-12 12:53:03 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Jan van den Brand]]> 36162 apillai32 1 1661793260 2022-08-29 17:14:20 1661793260 2022-08-29 17:14:20 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Sahil Singla]]> 36162 apillai32 1 1661793066 2022-08-29 17:11:06 1661793066 2022-08-29 17:11:06 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Will Perkins]]> 36162 apillai32 1 1661792882 2022-08-29 17:08:02 1661792882 2022-08-29 17:08:02 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Alex Robel ]]> 35798

Alex Robel is a leading expert in the fields of climate change and glaciology. As a researcher who combines physics, applied mathematics, and earth and ocean sciences, Robel and his team are focused on understanding how climate changes are impacting Earth’s largest ice sheets and glaciers. He is helping to develop mathematical models that provide insight into how fast ice is melting and how fast oceans are rising. Robel grew up in Miami and is passionate about using this data to help coastal communities –particularly in the southeastern U.S. and Atlantic seaboard– prepare for and adapt to rising sea levels and other concerns.  

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<![CDATA[Tibor Besedes ]]> 28058 Professor Tibor Besedes' research focuses on international trade, economic decision making, and behavioral and experimental economics. Originally from Croatia, his affinity for economics began when his family relocated to Budapest, Hungary. The economics courses he took in high school had a lasting impact and shaped his thinking and his career. In college, he realized that economics can shed light on a number of interesting questions and can help us understand why and how people behave. Tibor can succinctly provide explanations and commentary on topics such as economic sanctions, supply chains, trade, and inflation.

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<![CDATA[Laurie Garrow]]> 28058 Professor Laurie Garrow is an expert in aviation and travel behavior analysis and forecasting. Ironically, Laurie didn’t take her first flight until she was in college, but she instantly fell in love with it. With a background in civil engineering, she gravitated toward transportation because it involved people. She is fascinated by the nuances of travel decision-making and passionate about using big data to predict air travel choices, and she offers original insights into airline operations, consumer behaviors, travel data, and policy.

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<![CDATA[Nick Sahinidis]]> 34983 Mohit Singh 1 1629382207 2021-08-19 14:10:07 1629382207 2021-08-19 14:10:07 0 0 profile ISyE Butler Family Chair and Professor

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<![CDATA[ Anton Bernshteyn ]]> 34983 Mohit Singh 1 1629382026 2021-08-19 14:07:06 1629382026 2021-08-19 14:07:06 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Dr. Geiguen Shin]]> 35258 Geiguen Shin is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research interests include public organizational management and performance, public finance, and public sector decision-making and judgment, often addressing economic development, welfare, and innovation at state/local levels. Specifically, his research generates novel insights about organizational behavior and performance in public sectors by exercising behavioral science insights and methods. His current research seeks to understand: 1) the effect of managing diversity on organizational performance; 2) the factors that mitigate unethical behaviors of organizational actors; 3) cognitive factors that would increase public service motivation; and 4) the effects of fiscally decentralized institutions on public service delivery. Focusing on substantial policy issues, he has actively engaged in doing research on the topics in law enforcement and education policies. His work has been published in journals such as Public Administration Review, Public Policy and Administration, Economic Development Quarterly, International Journal of Public Administration, Journal of Urban Affairs, Social Science Journal, Continuum, International Political Science Review, and Korea Observer. He worked as Postdoctoral Research Associate in School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark. He has also been co-investigator on grants from the National Research Foundation of Korea. He received a PhD in Political Science from the University of Missouri, Columbia.

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<![CDATA[Birney Robert]]> 27998 Birney Robert serves in the College of Computing’s communications office as the event coordinator. In this role, Birney overseas all the events for the dean and manages the finances for the communications office. Prior to Georgia Tech, Birney was the manager of Sandler Hudson Gallery.

Birney is currently working towards her M.A. in Applied Linguistics from Georgia State University. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Birmingham-Southern College.

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<![CDATA[Eric Sembrat]]> 27706 Eric Sembrat (he/him/his) leads web development at the College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Eric’s work as Web Manager, spearheads campus- and college-level initiatives including a campus-wide WordPress multisite installation, a thriving web development users group community, and exploration of new web opportunities.

Eric attended the Georgia Institute of Technology for his Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science, then received his Master’s of Science in Information System from Kennesaw State University, also completing a certificate in Leadership.

Eric is currently enrolled at Georgia State University in the Learning Technologies doctoral program. Eric’s research is in the area of activity theory embedded within a design-based research project – specifically, on how web application development is conducted and mediated throughout a research project timeline.

]]> Eric Sembrat 1 1551118607 2019-02-25 18:16:47 1551118736 2019-02-25 18:18:56 0 0 profile Eric Sembrat (he/him/his) leads web development at the College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Eric’s work as Web Manager, spearheads campus- and college-level initiatives including a campus-wide WordPress multisite installation, a thriving web development users group community, and exploration of new web opportunities.

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<![CDATA[Amit Kumar]]> 28044 Click here to view Kumar's CV. 

Amit Kumar is a research scientist at the Center for Quality Growth & Regional Development in the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech. He received his Ph.D. in Transportation and Infrastructure Systems from Purdue University in 2014 and holds a master’s degree in Transportation Systems Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India. He received his Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from MIT Muzaffarpur, India. Before joining Georgia Tech he worked as the research Associate in Discovery Park at Purdue University.

Educational Background

2004 – Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, MIT Muzaffarpur, India

2006 – Master of Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India

2014 – Ph.D. (Transportation and Infrastructure Systems), Purdue University – West Lafayette

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Transportation Planning and Transportation Systems Analysis: traffic assignment techniques especially for the static demand case, day-to-day dynamical model for traffic disequilibrium, concept of entropy and its application in transportation planning, discrete choice models, network optimization techniques, system-of-systems based approach for modeling the infrastructure interdependencies.

Intelligent Transportation Systems: real-time information system for public transport, electronic toll collection, multi-sensor data fusion, traffic surveillance and incident management.

Sustainable Transportation: Smart growth, electric vehicles and their impact on transportation system performance.

Transportation Systems Evaluation: transportation infrastructure development process, methodologies of economic evaluation of transportation projects, multi-criteria based decision making process.

Operations Research: linear, non-linear and multi-objective optimization problem solving techniques, non-smooth optimization techniques.

Data Analysis: statistical data analysis and sampling techniques, design of experiment, stated preference survey questionnaire design, econometric modeling techniques.

Computer Programming and Software Design: programming for network optimization problems, coding traffic assignment algorithms, programming that combines the capabilities of MATLAB as well as C, codes of day-to-day dynamical evolutionary models using C++, parallel processing, cluster computing and GPU computing techniques.

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<![CDATA[Edward Omiecinski]]> 27154 Dr. Edward Omiecinski received his Ph.D. degree from Northwestern University in 1984. He is currently an Associate Professor at Georgia Tech in the College of Computing. He has published more than 50 papers in international journals and conferences dealing with database systems. His research has been funded by NSF, DARPA and NLM. His currently funded work deals with the discovery of knowledge in cardiac imagebases, which is a collaborative effort between Georgia Tech and Emory University researchers. He is a member of the ACM and IEEE Computer Society.

Computer Science MS Committee Member

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<![CDATA[Amy Hinsley]]> 27612 Quincy Robbins 1 1435622562 2015-06-30 00:02:42 1505493723 2017-09-15 16:42:03 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Leslie Bennett]]> 27369 Erin Howe 1 1274438128 2010-05-21 10:35:28 1504717842 2017-09-06 17:10:42 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Joshua Smith]]> 27814 Lisa Herrmann 1 1381995721 2013-10-17 07:42:01 1504714579 2017-09-06 16:16:19 0 0 profile Joshua Smith is the building coordinator for the School of Music.

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<![CDATA[Nikkia Walker]]> 27202 David Morton 1 1369824293 2013-05-29 10:44:53 1502199551 2017-08-08 13:39:11 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Alan Balfour]]> 27369 Educated at Edinburgh and Princeton, Alan Balfour is a Professor Emeritus and former Dean of the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech. He was formerly architecture dean at Rensselaer, chairman of the Architectural Association in London and architecture dean at Rice University. Since 2014 he has held the position of advisory professor to the CAUP Faculty of Tongji University, Shanghai. Most recently he gave a keynote address at World Architecture Festival in Singapore, titled Shanghai 2050, the subject of a work in progress.

Alan Balfour writes on the cultural imagination. His most recent book SOLOMON'S TEMPLE, Myth, Conflict and Faith (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012) studies the constructive and destructive power of faith present in the myths and realities of one place Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Other books include Creating a Scottish Parliament (Finlay Brown, 2005), and three books in Wiley/Academy’s World Cities series, New York in 2001, Shanghai in 2000 and Berlin in 1995. This and an earlier book BERLIN: The Politics of Order: 1737-1989 (Rizzoli 1990), received AIA International Book Awards.

Balfour was the year 2000 recipient of the Topaz Medal, the highest recognition given in North America to an educator in architecture. Designintelligence named him among their choice of 30 exemplary design educators for 2013.

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<![CDATA[Ümit V. Çatalyürek]]> 30267 Ümit V. Çatalyürek is a professor in the School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) in the Georgia Tech College of Computing. Çatalyürek received his Ph.D. in 2000 from Bilkent University, Turkey.

Çatalyürek is a NSF CAREER award recipient and the primary investigator of several awards from the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Institute of Health, and the National Science Foundation (NSF). 

In Addition to his teaching and research, Çatalyürek currently serves as an associate editor for Parallel Computing and as an editorial board member for IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Computing, the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, and Network Modeling and Analysis in Health Informatics and Bioinformatics. In the past, he also served on the editorial board of the SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing.

Çatalyürek was the founding general chair of the inaugural ACM International Health Informatics Symposium in 2010, the program chair of the 2014 ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Health Informatics (ACM-BCB), the IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) workshop chair from 2010 to 2015, the algorithms track chair for SuperComputing 2015 and IPDPS 2016, and general chair of ACM-BCB 2016.

Çatalyürek serves on the program and organizing committees of numerous international conferences. He is an IEEE Fellow, a member of ACM and SIAM, the 2016-2017 chair for IEEE TCPP, and vice-chair of ACM Special Interest Group on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Biomedical Informatics (SIGBio) for the 2015-2018 term.

Çatalyürek has co-authored more than 200 peer-reviewed articles, invited book chapters, and papers. His main research areas are in parallel computing, combinatorial scientific computing, and biomedical informatics.

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<![CDATA[Richard Vuduc]]> 27154 Louise Russo 1 1264768582 2010-01-29 12:36:22 1487878946 2017-02-23 19:42:26 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Le Song]]> 27174 Mike Terrazas 1 1325679466 2012-01-04 12:17:46 1487710704 2017-02-21 20:58:24 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Rice Alicia Profile]]> 33585 Richard Duan 1 1484065284 2017-01-10 16:21:24 1486988286 2017-02-13 12:18:06 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Eunhwa Yang]]> 27814 Eunhwa Yang is an assistant professor in the School of Building Construction. Her scholarly passion lies in the area of sustainable building practices and the relationship between people and the built environment. Her current research focuses on stakeholder engagement and energy efficiency in tenanted properties.

Eunhwa received a Ph.D. in Human Behavior and Design from Cornell University, an MS in Building Construction and Integrated Facility Management from Georgia Tech, and a BS in architectural engineering from SungKyunKwan University, South Korea. She is a member of International Facility Management Association Atlanta Accredited Degree Program Liaison Committee. She has received a young researcher’s best paper award and a workshop grant from International Association for People-Environmental Studies (IAPS) and multiple fellowships from International Facility Management Association (IFMA). Eunhwa taught facility management financial analysis (BC6600) and environmental issues related to workplace safety and health (BC6300) at GT as a visiting assistant professor. Her teaching experience also spans to facility planning and management studio, diversity and facility design, and research methods in the social sciences as a graduate teaching assistant at Cornell University. She was a fellow at the Center for Teaching Excellence at Cornell and led workshops on student engagement, collaborative learning, and rubric development.

Educational Background:

2016 - Ph.D. (Human Behavior and Design), Cornell University

2009 - MS (Building Construction and Facility Management), Georgia Tech

2005 - BS (Architectural Engineering), SungKyunKwan University, South Korea

]]> Lisa Herrmann 1 1418895760 2014-12-18 09:42:40 1485546622 2017-01-27 19:50:22 0 0 profile Eunhwa Yang is an assistant professor in the School of Building Construction. Her scholarly passion lies in the area of sustainable building practices and the relationship between people and the built environment. Her current research focuses on stakeholder engagement and energy efficiency in tenanted properties.

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Areas of Interest:

  • Facility management
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Energy efficiency in tenanted properties
  • Energy efficiency policies in buildings
  • Diffusion of sustainable building practices

 

Publication:

  • Yang, E. & Hua, Y. (under review). Diffusion of innovation in sustainable building practices and the role of stakeholders. Construction Management & Economics. (invited to the special issue on social networks in construction)
  • Yang, E. & Hua, Y. (2014). Framework of construction innovation: A review of diffusion of sustainable innovation in the building sector. Construction Research Congress by Construction Research Council of the ASCE Construction Institute Proceedings, Atlanta, GA.
  • Hua, Y. & Yang, E. (2012). Building spatial layout that supports healthier behavior of office workers: A new performance mandate for sustainable buildings. Work (Reading, Mass), 49(3), 373-380.

 

Current PhD students:

Brandi Williams

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BC 6100 Professional Trends in Facility Management, Fall

BC 6300 Safety and Environmental Issues, Fall

BC 6600 Facility Management Financial Analysis, Spring

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<![CDATA[Katherine Wright]]> 28816 Katherine Wright is an educator, researcher, and designer in both architecture and interiors. Katherine has been teaching architecture design studios since 2010 at Georgia Tech and was an invited Visiting Adjunct Professor at Auburn University (2013) and KSU (Focus Studio Competition, 2011) and a Visiting Lecturer at the Welch School of Design at GSU (2015-16). She also teaches courses in history, computer aided drawing, materials, and modeling.

Publications of her research can be found in the Journal of Architectural Education, Journal of International Architectural Computing, Journal of Behavioral Science, and in the proceedings of the international CAAD organizations (Architecture Computing alliance), such as SiGraDi and CAADRIA, and in the International Space Syntax Symposium.

In 2014 she joined the Design.Develop.Build (South Africa) partnership collaborating with professors from PBSA (Dusseldorf), RWTH (Aachen), and UCT (Cape Town); and leading students in design-build with an emphasis on material re-use and exploration, social impact, the context of material culture, and topics of sustainability in South Africa. The Guga S'Thebe project has received numerous awards and published in venues such as AIT (Architecture Interior Technical Solutions) magazine and Earthworks magazine, and the Journal of Architectural Education.

From 2005-2009 Katherine worked as a designer and project architect for Gensler (San Ramon, CA & Atlanta, GA) in the hospitality, retail, and workplace studios covering all phases of design and construction. From 2002-2005 Katherine worked on residential projects as a designer for McAlpine Tankersley Architecture, Inc. (Montgomery, Alabama) and Architect Gaines Blackwell (Auburn, Alabama).

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<![CDATA[Herrod Aeryal Profile]]> 15436 Automator 1 1470844733 2016-08-10 15:58:53 1484064954 2017-01-10 16:15:54 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Wright Snowden Profile]]> 15436 Automator 1 1470844883 2016-08-10 16:01:23 1484064834 2017-01-10 16:13:54 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Zachary Carla Profile]]> 15436 Automator 1 1470844600 2016-08-10 15:56:40 1484064728 2017-01-10 16:12:08 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Hudson Linda Profile]]> 15436 Automator 1 1470844326 2016-08-10 15:52:06 1484064641 2017-01-10 16:10:41 0 0 profile
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<![CDATA[Herman Howard]]> 27369 Herman H. Howard is a part-time instructor, non-tenured in the School of Architecture.  For the past five years he taught architectural design studios at the sophomore, senior, and graduate levels. His studios, espically those at the senior and graduate levels, usually deal with architectural problems set within urban fabrics, mainly within the Atlanta area.

Currently, as an employee of Hellmuth Obata + Kassabaum, inc (HOK) in their Atlanta, GA office, Herman collaborates with a number of different Architects, Planners, Landscape Architects and Urban Designers from around the world. The HOK Planning Group (HPG) is made up of very unique and talented indivuadlas that are devoted to an innovative, collaborative pratice focused on improving the quality of people's lives. As the planning arm of one of the largest architectural firms in the world HPG is well positioned to be involved in a number of very exciting projects. As the studio leader for the Atlanta Urban Design Group, Herman has had the opportunity to be involved in a number of different projects that would include but not be limited to the following: A 1,000 acre mixed-use development at the edge of downtown Houston, TX - a 500 acre New American Town just outside of Shangai, China - and the Re-Vision/Master Plan for the 488 acre Fort McPherson in Atlanta, GA.

In the past Howard has worked on award winning project throughout the United States and around the world that would include but not be limited to the following: the Proctor & Gamble Headquarters in Cinn., Ohio / Canary Wharf, London, England / The Ronald Reagan Center in Washington D.C. / the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington Cobb Freed & Partners. He was also very instrunmental in the discovery of the African Burial Ground of Lower Manhattan.

He received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Souther California in 1981 and a Master of Science in Architecture from Columbia University in 1984. firms with a number of different award winning fiirms that would include; Kohn Pedersen Fox / Skidmore Owings & Merrill / Pei. His work has been published in a number of different monographs and publications. He has been married for 18 years and he and his wife are the proud parents of 4 sons.

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<![CDATA[Wei Wang]]> 32550 Dr. Wei Wang is an assistant professor in the School of Industrial Design at Georgia Institute of Technology.

From the fusion of User Experience and Physical Computing, he teaches Introduction to Smart Product Design and Interactive Product Design Studio.

Before joining Georgia Tech, Wang led the Human-Centered Research at Media Lab (Shenzhen), Hunan University, which is one of the first Chinese university-initiated incubators to accelerate design and technology startups with Shenzhen’s ICT eco-system. He was there from June 2013-November 2016. He also was a visiting scholar in Media & Arts Technology (MAT) at Queen Mary University of London from June 2014-June 2015.

Wang has also worked in the Nokia Research Center from 2008 to 2012, first as a Member of the Research Staff, Senior Designer, and then as User Experience Lead in Beijing and Shenzhen. While at Nokia, Wang participated in, and led, exploratory projects in emerging user research, new user interfaces, and product strategy in growth markets.

He has been granted more than 17 US/EU/CN patents in gesture interaction and mobile service, including some successful applications now in varied products. He also received a Nokia Annual Achievement award in 2010 for the successful technical transfer of Nokia music service based on ethnographic research in Kenya.

He is a member of IDSA and ACM SIGCHI. Wang received his Ph.D. in 2008

Education

Ph.D. in Computer Aided Industrial Design, Hunan University, 2004-2008

M.A. in Ergonomics, Hunan University, 2001-2004

B.E. in Industrial Design, Hunan University, 1997-2001

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Senior Researcher and Deputy Director, Media Lab, HNU-RIT (Shenzhen) Campus, Shenzhen. 2013-2016

Visiting Scholar and Program Coordinator, School of Electronic Engineering & Computer Science (EECS), Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). 2014-2015

User Experience Leader, Nokia Research Center, Shenzhen 2010-2012

Senior Designer, User Experience, Nokia Research Center, Beijing 2009-2010

Member of Research Staff, Nokia Research Center, Beijing 2008-2009

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ID 2510 - Intro to Smart Product Design

ID 3501 - Interactive ID Studio 1

ID 3502 - Interactive ID Studio 2

ID 6201 - MID Graduate Studio

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<![CDATA[Brenda Morris]]> 27369 Brenda Morris is the recruitment manager for the School of Building Construction. She promotes the graduate program and the School through professional associations, industry events, alumni gatherings, internship development, and other outreach. Previously, Morris served as manager of records and registration for the Georgia Tech Registrar’s Office and for the Center for Distance Learning. She holds a Master’s in Education and Bachelor of Science in Journalism, both from the University of Florida. 

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  • BC 6125
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<![CDATA[Dr. Javier Irizarry, P.E.]]> 27369 Dr. Javier Irizarry, P.E. is an associate professor in the School of Building Construction at Georgia Tech. He is the director of the CONECTech Lab which mission is to establish the framework for developing next generation technology enhanced solutions to construction environment problems by incorporating the cognitive processes of the human component of construction operations. Dr. Irizarry’s research interests include construction safety, HCI issues in mobile applications for AEC information access, Situation Awareness driven information system design, interactive visualization systems for AEC education, role-based decision support systems, and Unmanned Aerial Systems applications in AEC. 


Educational Background
Ph.D., Purdue University

MEM, Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico

BSCE, University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez

Fields

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Research Groups/Labs

CONECTech Lab

Digital Building Laboratory (DBL)


Recent Publications

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Recent Courses

  • BC 8833 Virtual Construction Operations Analysis
  • BC 8933 Sustainable Construction Technologies
  • BC 2610 Construction Technology 1
  • BC 2620 Construction Technology 2
  • BC 3630 Project Management 1
  • BC 4600 Project Management 2
  • BC 4630 Senior Capstone
  • BC 6675 Residential Design and Construction
  • BC 6025 Project Management
  • BC 8803 Technology Applications in AEC
  • CEE 4130 Construction Safety and Health
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<![CDATA[Anna Joo Kim]]> 27714 View Kim's C.V.

Anna Joo Kim is an assistant professor of city and regional planning at Georgia Institute of Technology. Her research examines the blurred boundaries between informal and formal jobs for low wage immigrant workers, and how these semi-formal employment arrangements translate into strategies for local economic growth in ethnic neighborhoods. Dr. Kim teaches community and workforce development, planning for immigrant communities, and other courses on social, economic, and environmental justice. Prior to coming to Georgia Tech, she held the Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Environmental Analysis at Pomona College.  Recently Dr. Kim has been awarded the highly competitive GT-FIRE (Transformative Research and Education Award) for her study of workforce development in Atlanta's westside neighborhoods. For her graduate studio on multi-ethnic immigrant communities and immigration policy in Georgia she has also been nominated for the "Faces of Inclusive Excellence" honor at Georgia Tech. Her research and community collaborations have received grant awards from the National Science Foundation,  National Institutes of Health, American Studies Association, Center for Urban Innovation, UC Center for New Racial Studies, UC-CHIS, and the UCLA Labor Center.


Educational Background

2011 - Ph.D. (Urban Planning), University of California, Los Angeles

2006 - M.A. (Ethnic Studies), University of California, San Diego

2004 - B.A. (Women's Studies and History), Claremont McKenna College


Studio Reports

Download the report: Professor Anna Kim's studio research on demographic change and immigration to the Atlanta metro area, "Planning for Immigrant Communities in Norcross". Conducted in partnership with the City of Norcross, the Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District, the Latin American Association, Asian Americans Advancing Justice, and Welcoming America. 

Download the report: Professor Anna Kim and Professor Chris Burke's studio research on "University-Community Partnerships for Workforce Development", a closer look at discrimination, segregation, and African American unemployment in Atlanta's Historic Westside neighborhoods. Conducted in partnership with the Georgia Tech Westside Communities Alliance, Georgia STAND-UP, and the Atlanta Workforce Development Agency. 

 

 

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Recent Publications

  • Kim, A. and S. Cheng (2016) Forthcoming. "At the Table: Food Justice for Restaurant Workers in Los Angeles" in Politics of Hope: Environmental Justice Grassroots Organizing. Ed Jeffrey Crane and Char Miller. University of Colorado Press. 
  • Chin, J. Kim, A., Takahashi, L. and D. Weibe. 2015. "Do Sexually Oriented Massage Parlor Businesses Cluster in Neighborhoods?: Spatial Analysis of Indoor Sex Work In LA and Orange Counties.” Public Health Reports. Volume 130, 544-553. 
  • Kim, A. 2015. “From the Enclave to the City: The Economic Benefits of Immigrant Flexibility”. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. Vol 20 (6), 706-727. 
  • Kim, A. 2014. "The Informal/Formal Racial Divide: “Blended” Labor Market Participation in an Ethnic Enclave" in The Nation and Its Peoples: Citizens, Denizens, Migrants. Edited by h. Winant, J.S.W. Park & S. Gleeson. Routledge Press.
  • Kim, A. 2014. "Korean American Ethnic Economy" and "Korean American LGBT Movements in Los Angeles and New York". Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History. Edited by X. Zhao & E. park. ABC-CLIO.
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<![CDATA[Toroghi Profile]]> 27403 Shahaboddin-Sean H. Toroghi is a graduate research assistant at Georgia Institute of Technology, a graduate student at school of Building and Construction (pursuing PhD degree - minor in economics) and school of City and Regional Planning (persuading Master degree). Prior to attending the Georgia Tech, he received Bachelor and Master Degrees in Civil Engineering, and the MBA degree. He worked in the construction industry for seven years and at an engineering firm as a structural designer for two years. He holds several certifications and license, including Fundamentals of Engineering, General Engineering Contractor license (California), Project Management Professional, and LEED certifications. His field of work includes Energy Infrastructure system and other interdependence infrastructures to it, renewable energy adoption and diffusion at urban and regional areas. He is also is a software developer, and his latest software is currently being used at 11 offices of the Georgia Department of Transportation.  His adviser is Dr. Ashuri and he is currently working on an NSF funded research, on the topic of Resilient Interdependent Infrastructure Processes and Systems (RIPS).

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<![CDATA[Shamiri Profile]]> 27403 Fereshteh Shahmiri is a first year PhD student in the area of Design Computing. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a MS degree in Computational Design. She joined CMU-Digital Fabrication Lab and her main research has been focused on Robotic Fabrication and Human Robot Interaction. She also has experience in software development and integration of different application interfaces. By involvement in CMU-CoDe Lab, where she has received The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO grant for Creative Inquiry, part of her experience and research has been focused on the area of Interactive Design. Beside academic activities, she has professional experience in software industry. She has worked at Bentley Systems where she has established a framework for parametric modeling software environment and has been involved in development of GenerativeComponents. She also worked as a design-analysis application developer at Gensler in order to develop required applications in response to design, analysis and optimization demands.

She holds a bachelor degree in architectural engineering from Tehran University of Arts; has attended Architectural Association of London (AA) summer school programs; is certified in further education and training in ‘Membrane Structures’ by IMS (Institute for Membrane and Shell Structure, Anhalt University of Applied Science, Germany); and also is certified in advance course and intensive training in ‘Spatial Structures and Systems’ by Surrey University, UK

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<![CDATA[Libero Andreotti]]> 27213 Professor Andreotti is an architect, critic, and historian of  European avant-garde movements between the two World Wars and after. He writes on architecture and politics during Fascism and the post-war movements on the 1960s, especially the Internationale Situationniste. A native of Italy and two-time Fulbright scholar, from 1994 to 2011 he was Director of Georgia Tech’s Paris Program at the Ecole d’Architecture de Paris-La Villette in Paris, France. Andreotti’s books include Spielraum: Benjamin et L’Architecture (Paris, Editions La Villette 2011), Le Grand Jeu a Venir: Ecrits situationnistes sur la ville (Paris,  Editions la Villette 2007), Situationists: Art, Politics, Urbanism, with Xavier Costa, based on the exhibition he curated at the MACBA in 1996 (Barcelona, ACTAR 1996), and Theory of the Derive and Other Situationist Writings on the City (Barcelona, ACTAR 1996).  Most recently, along with Peggy Deamer, David Cunningham, Erick Swyngedouw, and Joan Ockman, he co-authored Can Architecture be an Emancipatory Project? Dialogues on Architecture and the Left, edited by Nadir Lahiji (London: Zerobooks 2015). Professor Andreotti’s essays and projects have appeared in October, Grey Room, Lotus International, Japan Architect, and JAE. He is working on a book with Nadir Lahiji entitled The Architecture of Phantasmagoria, forthcoming in 2016.

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Research Ambitions
The cultures of cities; European modernism before and after WWII; Situationist theory and practice; architecture, technology and perception.

Recent Publications

  • Libero Andreotti, “Unfaithful Reflections: Re-actualizing Benjamin’s Aestheticisation Thesis,” in N. Lahiji, ed., Architecture Against the Post-Political: Essays in Reclaiming the Critical Project, Routledge, UK 2014.
  • Libero Andreotti, ed. Spielraum: Benjamin et l’architecture (Paris, Editions la Villette, 2011).
  • Libero Andreotti, “The technoaesthetics of Shock: Mario Sironi and Italian Fascism” in Grey Room n. 38 (Winter 2010)
  • Libero Andreotti, ed. Le Grand jeu à venir: ecrits situationnistes sur la ville (Paris: Editions La Villette 2007)
  • Libero Andreotti, “Architecture and violence: the Exhibition of the Fascist Revolution” in Gevork Hartoonian, ed. Benjamin and Architecture (London: Routledge 2010)
  • Libero Andreotti, “Architecture and Play” in Tom McDonough, ed. Guy Debord and the Internationale Situationniste (Cambridge, MA, MIT Press 2005)

 

 

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Recent Courses

  • Architecture and Spectacle
  • Architectural Theory
  • Avant-gardes of the Left and Right: Italy, Germany, and the Soviet Union 1918-1939.
  • Historiography and Epistemology
  • Research and Design
  • Design Studio
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<![CDATA[Janet Peterson]]> 27213 As faculty support coordinator in the dean's office, Janet Peterson provides administrative support to the associate dean of research, assistant dean of academic affairs, and others in the dean’s office.  Janet will work with the staff to execute and refine the administrative processes that support the College, including the reappointment, promotion & tenure processes, travel and expense, purchasing, and events. Prior to joining Georgia Tech in 1998, Peterson was an administrative assistant for the Katy Independent School district in Houston, Texas.

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<![CDATA[Eric Trevena]]> 27213 As assistant dean, chief operating officer for the College of Architecture, Eric Trevena oversees all administrative and financial affairs for the college. He has been at Georgia Tech since 1987 and has served in a variety of roles, including, most recently, the director of administration and finance for the Office of the Provost. Eric holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Georgia State University.

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<![CDATA[Matthew Swarts]]> 27369 Matthew Swarts is a member of the Research Faculty in the College of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. His work focuses on the translation of human behavioral patterns and perceptions within real and virtual environments into computer models and simulations to better understand design decisions. He often develops custom hardware sensors, interactive systems, and software applications for capturing occupant behavior, testing human spatial perception in 3D virtual environments, running discrete-event and agent-based modeling and simulation, and performing spatial analysis in the intersections between Building Information Modeling and Geographic Information Systems. Mr. Swarts works in the Interactive Media Architecture Group in Education (IMAGINE Lab) in the Center for Geographic Information Systems (CGIS) developing collaborative virtual and augmented environments alongside models of landscape perception and predictive models of building performance based on social interaction probabilities. He works in the SimTigrate Design Lab developing sensor technologies for tracking human behavior in healthcare environments to produce simulation models for optimization of the patient experience. In the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA), Mr. Swarts leads several software development projects around custom user interfaces designed using universal design principles. He assists in running the Interactive Product Design Lab (IPDL) where Industrial Design and Human Computer Interaction students come to create functional interactive electronic prototypes. Additionally he teaches courses on computer programming for designers in the School of Architecture, and he teaches courses on designing for interaction and interactive environments in the School of Industrial Design. Mr. Swarts is a co-founder of Paracision LLC, which develops workshops and custom software solutions for design firms around parametric modeling and decision making. He is also the co-founder of Mitto Design LLC, a design consultancy firm for all things interactive.

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<![CDATA[Tristan Al-Haddad]]> 27369 Tristan Al-Haddad is an assistant professor in the School of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology and founder of Formations Studio. Tristan holds a Master of Architecture degree from Georgia Tech and also studied at the University of Paris - La Villette and at the Daniels Center for Building Technology and Urban Design in Genoa, Italy. As an assistant professor at Georgia Tech Al-Haddad has helped to lead the College's efforts in appropriating and utilizing digital technologies for architectural design and construction purposes. His research focuses on full-scale prototyping as a mode of testing architectural ideas on aesthetics, materiality, performance, efficiency and process. Additional research areas include architecturally integrated photovoltaic systems.

Tristan founded Formations Studio in 2004 as a vehicle for sustained research and creative practice in Atlanta, Georgia. Tristan received a Fulbright Fellowship in 2009 as a visiting scholar at the Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria in Valparaiso, Chile. His work has been exhibited in venues including The Centre Pompidou in Paris, The High Museum of Art in Atlanta, The Boston Center for the Arts, The International Contemporary Furniture Fair, Solomon Projects Gallery, The Museum of Design Atlanta, and The AIA’s Center for Architecture in New York.

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<![CDATA[Michael E. Gamble]]> 27369 Education

Auburn University, School of Architecture — Bachelor of Architecture, June 1989
Georgia Institute of Technology — Master of Architecture, June 1990
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design — Master of Design Studies with Distinction, June 1996

Professional Experience

Director of Graduate Studies, School of Architecture, Georgia Tech, Present
Creative Director, Gamble + Gamble Architects, Present
Associate Professor, Georgia Tech, Present
Director, Modern Architecture and Modern Cities, Georgia Tech, Present
Founder, Gamble + Gamble, 1993 – Present

Research Interests

Design, Houses/Housing, Urban Design, Construction Technology and Fabrication, Energy

Michael is a registered architect, director of graduate studies at Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture, and creative director at Gamble + Gamble Architects in Atlanta.   His design-driven research operates at a variety of scales, from house to city, with emphases on innovation, alternative energy, and building technology pursued within the context of a larger concern for the creation of healthy, well-conceived environments.  He has received numerous awards for excellence in design and scholarship.  www.gg-architects.com

In addition to his awarding winning work at Gamble + Gamble, Michael’s research has received grants from the The Alcoa Foundation, The Kendeda Foundation, Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development, the National Endowments of the Arts, and received First Prize for Research in an international competition sponsored by the Environmental Design and Research Association. Gamble has published essays on the design of the public realm in Harvard Design Magazine (with W. Jude Leblanc) and the Book Writing Urbanism, published by Routledge. In 2014, his work on housing and energy was exhibited in Los Angeles, New York and Atlanta with several forthcoming journal articles planned for 2016. www.zedhstudio.com

Awards and Publications

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<![CDATA[Steven P. French]]> 27369 Click here for Full Resume

Steven P. French is dean of the College of Design and professor of City and Regional Planning at Georgia Institute of Technology. He joined Georgia Tech in 1992 as the director of the City Planning program and served in that position until August 1999. He was the director of the Center for Geographic Information Systems from 1997 through 2011. He served as associate dean for research for the College of Architecture (now the College of Design) from July 2009 through June 2013.

French’s teaching and research activities focus on sustainable urban development, land use planning, GIS applications and natural hazard risk assessment. In addition to his administrative assignments, Professor French has regularly taught graduate courses in land use, planning, and GIS. He has graduated six Ph.D. students and advised more than 50 Masters students in City and Regional Planning. He has also served on numerous dissertation committees in Architecture, Civil Engineering and Public Policy.

Over the past twenty-five years, French has been the principal investigator or co-principal investigator on more than seventy research projects. He has participated in a number of National Science Foundation projects dealing with flood and earthquake hazards and was the Social Science Thrust Leader for the Mid-America Earthquake Center, a NSF Engineering Research Center. He has extensive experience in building and managing multidisciplinary teams of social scientists, architects, engineers and scientists. French is the author or co-author of more than 25 refereed journal articles and four books. He has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of the American Planning Association, Journal of Planning Education and Research, Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association and Earthquake Spectra.

French has served on numerous Institute committees at Georgia Tech, including the conflict of interest committee, the strategic technology investment committee and the strategic plan implementation committee, where he was the liaison for the Burdell Interdisciplinary Design Center initiative. He has also chaired the College of Architecture Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee and served on the Institute RP&T committee.

French holds a Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before coming to Georgia Tech, he taught for ten years at California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo. In 1987-88, he served as the visiting professor of resources planning in the Civil Engineering Department at Stanford University. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners and an associate member of the American Institute of Architects.

Educational Background

1980 - Ph.D. (City and Regional Planning), University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
1973 - Master of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Colorado - Denver
1971 - B.A. with Honors (Economics), University of Virginia

Fields

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The opportunities in green buildings, alternative energy, sustainability, health care, smart growth and spatial and building information technologies have never been greater. The topics that are central to the College of Design are currently at the forefront of the research agenda of the nation and the Institute. Georgia Tech can and should lead the way in linking design with cutting edge science and engineering research. To do this we need to strengthen the research support infrastructure within the college, build an incentive structure that supports research and develop stronger interdisciplinary ties within the college and, more importantly, to other units across campus.

In terms of my own research agenda I intend to focus on the development of urban models that can be used to understand and implement more sustainable urban development. This work will draw on my earlier work on land use modeling, impact assessment, GIS and natural hazards.

Books

Selected Publications

Recent Funded Projects

  • 2011-2012 Co-Principal Investigator - Georgia Tech Foundation – “Caribbean hazard and mitigation project (CHAMP)”
  • 2008, Co-Principal Investigator – U.S. Department of Energy – “Assessment of Energy Production Potential from tidal Streams in the United States”
  • 2008, Principal Investigator – Georgia Technology Authority – “Georgia GIS Data Clearinghouse”
  • 2008, Principal Investigator - University System of Georgia - “Strategic Initiative for Geographic Information Systems”
  • 2007, Co-Principal Investigator – National Science Foundation – “NEESR-Grand Challenge: Simulation of the Seismic Performance of Nonstructural Systems”
  • 2007, Principal Investigator – Georgia Technology Authority – “Georgia GIS Data Clearinghouse”
  • 2007, Principal Investigator - University System of Georgia - “Strategic Initiative for Geographic Information Systems”
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Recent Courses
  • CP 6541 – Environmental GIS, Spring 2007 - 2012
  • CP 6112 – Introduction to Land Use Planning, Spring 2000 - 2003, Fall 2004 - 2012

Dissertations Supervised

  • Ge Song - 2013 - Polycentric Development and Transport Network in China's Megaregions
  • Dalbyul Lee - 2012 - The Impact of Natural Disasters on Neighborhood Change: Longitudinal Data Analysis
  • Ning Ai - 2011 - Challenges of Sustainable Urban Planning: the Case of Municipal Solid Waste Management
  • Liora Sahar – 2009 – Using Remote Sensing and GIS Technology for Automated Building Extraction
  • Subrahmanyam Muthukumar – 2008 - The Application of Advanced Inventory Techniques in Urban Inventory Data Development to Earthquake Risk Modeling and Mitigation in Mid-America
  • Sugie Lee – 2005 – Metropolitan Growth Patterns' Impact on Intra-Regional Spatial Differentiation and Inner-Ring Suburban Decline: Insights for Smart Growth

Current PhD Students

  • Sangwoo "Marty" Sung
  • Camille V. Barchers
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<![CDATA[Charles Eastman]]> 27369 Professor Eastman's teaching and research is in the areas of Building Information Modeling, solids and parametric modeling, engineering databases, and product models and interoperability. He also is an active researcher in design cognition and cognitive science.

Educational Background

B. Arch, M. Arch, University of California, Berkeley
 

Fields

 

Previous Positions

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Building Information Modeling

The development of strong parametric modeling systems for design and fabrication in the construction industry are revolutionizing the methods, tools and practices throughout architecture and construction.
Books

  • Eastman, C., Teicholz, P., Sacks, R. and Liston, K. (2008) BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers and Contractors, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New Jersey.

Papers and Conferences

  • Sacks, R., Kaner, I., Eastman, C.M., and Jeong, Y-S., (2010). ‘The Rosewood Experiment – Building Information Modeling and Interoperability for Architectural Precast Facades’, Automation in Construction 19 (2010) 419–432.
  • Chuck Eastman, Jin-kook Lee, Hugo Sheward, Paola Sanguinetti, Yeon-suk Jeong, Jaemin Lee and Sherif Abdelmohsen  (2009) Automated Assessment of Early Concept Designs, Mar 6 2009 Architectural Design John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. (p 52-57)
  • Eastman Charles M. and Rafael Sacks. (2008) Relative Productivity in the AEC Industries in the United States for On-Site and Off-Site Activities, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, Vol. 134, No. 7, July 1, 2008, 517-526.
  • Barak R, Jeong Y-K, Sacks R, and Eastman C, (2007) Unique Requirements of BIM for Cast-in-place Reinforced Concrete, ASCE Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering 2007, Pittsburgh, PA June 27.
  • C.M. Eastman, R. Sacks, Y.-S. Jeong, I. Kaner, Building Information Modeling (BIM) for Precast Concrete, National Institute of Building Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 2007, p. 212
  • Eastman, C.M. (2004) University and industry support of research in support of BIM, Report on Integrated Practice, M. Broshar, N. Strong, D. Friedman (eds.), American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C. (2006).
  • Eastman, C.M. (2004) Invited Keynote Presentation, New Methods of Architecture and Building, Fabrication: Proceedings ACADIA 2004 Conference, Toronto, CA

 

Building Product Models

Developing interoperability between various applications with emphasis on various building models, including IFC and CIS/2; developing "next generation" integration and data exchange technology; integration process coordination with data exchange.
Books

  • Eastman C., Building Product Models: Computer Environments Supporting Design and Construction, CRC Press, Boca Raton FL, (1999).

Papers and Conferences:

  • Eastman, C. M.; Jeong, Y.-S.; Sacks, R.; Kaner, I.(2010) Exchange Model and Exchange Object Concepts for Implementation of National BIM Standards. Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, Jan/Feb 2010, Vol. 24 Issue 1, 25-34,
  • Barak R, Jeong Y-S, Sacks R, Eastman C, (2009) Unique Requirements of Building Information Modeling for Cast-in-Place Reinforced Concrete, Journal of Computing In Civil Engineering March/April 2009, pp. 64-74.
  • Jeong Y-S, Eastman C.M, Sacks R. and Kaner I. (2009) Benchmark tests for BIM data exchanges of precast concrete, Automation in Construction 18, 4, July 2009, pp 469-484
  • Lee, Ghang, Charles M. Eastman, and Rafael Sacks. (2007) Eliciting Information for Product Modeling using Process Modeling. Data & Knowledge Engineering 62 (2): 292-307.
  • Lee G, Eastman C, (2007) Twelve Design Patterns for Integrating and Normalizing Product Model Schemas, Comp-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engr. 22, pp. 153-171.
  • Yang D, and Eastman C, (2007) A Rule-based Subset Generation Method for Product Data Models”, Comp-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engr. 22, pp. 133-148.
  • Eastman C., F. Wang, S-J You, D. Yang (2005) Deployment of An AEC Industry Sector Product Model, Computer-Aided Design 37:11, pp. 1214–1228
  • Eastman, C., Lee, G., and Sacks, R., (2002) “Deriving a Product Model from Process Models”, Concurrent Engineering 2002, Cranfield U., July 27-29, 2002
  • Eastman, C.M., T.S. Jeng, [1999], “A database supporting evolutionary product model development for design”, Automation and Construction, 8:3, pp. 305-324.
  • Augenbroe, G. and C. Eastman [1998] "Product Modeling Strategies for Today and the Future", The Life-Cycle of Construction Innovations: CIB Working Conference, June 3-5, Stockholm Sweden.
  • R. Stouffs, R. Krishnamurty,and C. Eastman [1996],  "A Formal Structure for Nonequivalent Solid Representations", IFIP Knowledge Intensive CAD Workshop,  Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, September, (1996).
  • Eastman, C.[1994],"A Data Model for Design Knowledge, in Knowledge-Based Computer-Aided Architectural Design, G. Carrera and Y. Kalay (eds.), Elsevier Press pp. 95-122.
  • Eastman, C.M. [1993] "Conceptual Modeling in Design", in Fundamental Developments in Computer- Aided Geometric Modeling, L. Piegl (ed.), Academic Press, 185-202.
  • Eastman, C. S. Chase, and H. Assal, [1993], "System Architecture for Computer Integration of Design and Construction Knowledge", Automation in Construction, 2:2, pp. 95-107..
  • Eastman, C. M., A. Bond and S. Chase [1991] "A Data Model for Engineering Design Databases", 1st International Conf. on A.I. in Design, Edinburgh, Scotland, June 1991.

 

Product Model Repositories

Future architects and engineers will rely on product model repositories as their project database. There is much work to be done to make such repositories easy to use, intuitive and effective. This includes graphical interface development, query methods and transaction schemes, as examples.
Papers and Conferences

  • You S-J, Yang D, and Eastman C, (2004)  Relational DB Implementation of STEP based product model, CIB T6S7 Information technology in construction, CIB International Congress, Toronto, May 5-7, 2004.
  • Jeng, T.S., and C. Eastman, [1998] "Database Architecture for Design Collaboration", Automation and Construction, 7:6 ,pp. 475-484.
  • Jacobsen, K. , T.S. Jeng, C. Eastman, [1997], "Information management in Creative Engineering Design and Capabilities of Database Transaction", Automation and Construction, 7:1,pp. 55-69.
  • C. Eastman (1993) "A Data Model for Design Knowledge", in Knowledge-Based Computer-Aided Architectural Design, G. Carrera and Y. Kalay (eds.), Elsevier Press, N.Y., [1993], pp. 95-122, from CERC Conference on A.I. Techniques in Architectural Design, Rome Italy,  May, 1993.
  • C. Eastman and A. Kutay, "Transaction Management in Design Databases" in Sriram, D., R. Logcher and S. Fukada (eds.) Computer-Aided Cooperative Product Development, Springer-Verlag, N.Y., [1991].

 

Next Generation Design Tools

With a new generation of architectural and building industry design tools, especially based on parametric design and rule-based design, there is a need for critical assessment, improved specification, and the development of advanced prototypes.
Papers and Conferences

  • Lee G, Eastman C, Taunk T, Ho C-H, (2010) Usability Principles and Best Practices for the Interface of Complex 3D Architectural Design and Engineering Tools, Int. J. Human-Computer Studies 68 (2010) 90–104.
  • Eastman C, Lee J-M, Jeong Y-S, Lee J-K, (2009) Automatic rule-based checking of building designs, Automation in Construction 18, November, 2009, pp 1011-1033.
  • Sacks R., Eastman C.M. and Lee G. and Orndorff D, (2005) A Target Benchmark of the Impact of Three-Dimensional Parametric Modeling in Precast Construction, PCI Journal, July-August pp. 136-139.
  • Sacks R., Eastman C.M. and Lee G. (2004) “Parametric 3D Modeling in Building Construction with Examples from Precast Concrete”, Automation in Construction, 13:3 pp. 291-312
  • Eastman,C.M.  (2004) Invited Keynote Presentations, New Methods of Architecture and Building, Fabrication: ACADIA 2004 Conference, Toronto, CA
  • Lee, G., R. Sacks, and Eastman, C., Wessman, R,. (2004) Development of an Intelligent 3D Parametric Modeling System for the North American Precast Concrete Industry: Phase II, 21th International Association for Automation and Robotics in Construction, Sept 23-25, 2002, Jeju Korea, September, 2004.
  • Eastman, C.M.  R. Sacks and G. Lee, (2004) Functional modeling in parametric CAD systems, in: Generative-CAD Conference, Carnegie Mellon, PA, July 12-14,2004.
  • Sacks R., Eastman C.M. and Lee G. [2003] Process Improvements in Precast Concrete Construction Using Top-down Parametric 3-D Computer Modeling, PCI Journal, 48:3, pp. 46-55.
  • Sacks R., Eastman C.M. and Lee G. (2004) Parametric 3D Modeling in Building Construction with Examples from Precast Concrete, Automation in Construction, 13 (2004) 291-312
  • Eastman, C.M., Rafael Sacks , Ghang Lee, (2002) Strategies for Realizing the Benefits of 3D Integrated Modeling of Buildings for the AEC Industry 19th International Association for Automation and Robotics in Construction, Sept 23-25, 2002, Washington D.C.

 

Design Cognition and Collaboration

Cognitive models of design that support tool and interface development; studies and technological support for design collaboration.
Books

  • C. Eastman, W. Newstetter, M. McCracken eds. Design Knowing and Learning: Cognition in Design Education, Elsevier Science Press, (2000).

Papers and Conferences

  • Lo Ping Wei, Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Charles M. Eastman, “On Context of Content: A Comparative Methodology Review of How HCI and Mass Communication Analyze Blogs and Social Media” for Work in Progress in CHI 2007, San Jose, April 28 – May 3
  • Ho,Chun-Heng Eastman, C. (2005)  How Representations and Strategies Influence Design Spatial Problem Solving, Symposium  on Reasoning with Mental and External Diagrams: Computational Modeling and Spatial Assistance, AAAI Spring Symposium, Technical Report SS-05-06, Stanford, March 21-13, 2005. pp. 114-120
  • Chun-Heng Ho CH, Eastman CM and Catrambone R, (2006) An investigation of 2D and 3D spatial and mathematical abilities, Design Studies, 27:4, (July) pp. 505-524
  • Lee, G., C. M. Eastman, and C. Zimring. (2003). Avoiding design errors: a case study of redesigning an architectural studio. Design Studies, 24, 411-435.
  • Eastman, C. “New Directions in Design Cognition: Studies of Representation and Recall”, in Design Knowing and Learning: Cognition in Design Education, C. Eastman, W. Newstetter, M. McCracken eds. Elsevier Science Press, (2001).
  • Eastman, C. Keynote address and paper: "Representation of Design Processes", Conference on Design Thinking, MIT April 23-25, (1999).

 

Design Processes

The benefits of product model repositories are that they support new more integrated design processes, integrating design with analysis, fabrication, erection and other downstream influences; processes also are the basis for supporting the definition of product data models.

  • Sanguinetti P, Eastman C, Augenbroe G, (2009) Courthouse energy evaluation: sensitivity analysis to support decision-making in concept design, Proc. Building Simulation 2009 Conference, Glasgow, pp. 1922-1929.
  • Eastman, C.M., Rafael Sacks , Ghang Lee, (2004) Strategies for Realizing the Benefits Implementing 3D Parametric Modeling  in Technical Areas of Construction – a Case Study, CIB International Conference, W78, Toronto, CA, May, 2004.
  • Sacks R., Eastman C.M. and Lee G. [2003] “Process Model Perspectives On Management and Engineering Procedures in the North American Precast/Prestressed Concrete Industry” ASCE Journal of Computing, March/April, 2004 (in press).
  • Eastman, C. Lee, G  Sacks, R (2003)  Development of a Knowledge-Rich CAD System for the North American Precast Concrete Industry, 2003 ACADIA Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Sacks, R., Eastman Building Modeling Enabled Workflow Changes in Precast Concrete and Structural Steel Construction, EIA-9, 9th EuropIA International Conference:  E-Activities and Intelligent Support in Design and the Built Environment, Istanbul, Turkey, August 2003
  • Eastman, C., Lee, G., and Sacks, R., (2002) “A formal and  analytical approach to modeling engineering project processes” CIB Conference W-78, Arhus Denmark, June 12-14.
  • Sacks, R., Eastman, C., Lee, G., and (2002) “Process and enterprise modeling, Information management & technologies” Concurrent Engineering in Construction 2002, Berkeley, CA, July 1-2.
  • Jeng, T.S., and C. Eastman, [1998], "Design Process Management", Computer-aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 14, pp. 53-65.

 

Drawing Recognition

  • Developing a high level language and implementation for robust drawing recognition; drawing recognition algorithms.
  • Babalola, O. and Eastman, C.  “Semantic Modeling of Architectural Drawings”, Proc. 2Oth ACADIA Conference, Buffalo NY, Nov. (2001).

Design Management

Building Model Repositories, new processes, all allow and involve new approaches to the management of deisgn; I am interrsted in such issues as change management, review procedures, and design coordination.
Books

  • C.Eastman and Sriram Dasu, editors, Management of Design: Engineering and Management Perspectives, Kluver Academic Pub., Boston, 1994, including the preface and chapter, “Management of Design Information Flows”, with G. Shirley.

Papers and Conferences

  • Eastman, C.M., D. S. Parker, T.S. Jeng, [1997] "Managing the Integrity of Design Data Generated by Multiple Applications: The Theory and Practice of Patching, Research in Engineering Design, 9, pp. 125-145.
  • Eastman, C. [1996] "Managing Integrity in Design Information Flows", Computer Aided Design, (May), 28:6/7, pp.551-565.

 

Other Books

  • Augenbroe, G. and Eastman, C eds.  Computers in Building: Proceedings of the CAADfutures'99 Conference, Kluver Academic Publishers, New York, (1999)].
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Recent Courses
  • Building Information Modeling
  • Design Cognition (with Professor Craig Zimring)
  • Building Product Models and Interoperability
  • Research Seminar in Design Computing
  • Geometric and Solid Modeling Software Development
  • Databases for Engineering and Design
  • Design of Electronic Design Environments
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<![CDATA[Thomas Conte]]> 27154 Tom Conte is Director of the Center for Research into Novel Computing Hierarchies (CRNCH) and holds a joint appointment in the Schools of Computer Science and Electrical & Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research is in the areas of computer architecture and compiler optimization, with emphasis on manycore architectures, microprocessor architectures, back-end compiler code generation, architectural performance evaluation and embedded computer system architectures.

Dr. Conte was the 2015 President of the IEEE Computer Society, and also a fellow of the IEEE. Since 2011, he has co-led the IEEE Rebooting Computing Initiative.

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<![CDATA[Alan Katz]]> 27669 Alan Katz is Assistant Dean for Finance & Administration, College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  He leads a team responsible for integrating the College's operational support services for finance, human resources and technical and facilities support. From 2008 to 2013 he served as the Director of Finance and Business Services for the University of Georgia’s central computing division. From 2006 to 2008, Alan was Associate Director of Athletics – Finance and Administration for Cornell University, and was Controller for Broome Community College for the prior twenty-one years, both in upstate New York.

Alan has an MBA from the University of Chicago, and Bachelors in Accounting from Binghamton University. He is also Certified Public Accountant.

He has taught Leadership and Organizational Behavior courses, and he has professional interests in information technology in higher education.

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<![CDATA[Ronald C. Arkin]]> 27490 A prominent and highly respected professor and researcher in the field of robotics, Ronald C. Arkin is Regents' professor and associate dean for Research in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. An expert roboticist who has worked with leading electronics companies such as Sony and Samsung, Arkin's research interests include behavior-based control and action-oriented perception for mobile robots and unmanned aerial vehicles, deliberative/reactive architectures, robot survivability, multi-agent robotics, biorobotics, human-robot interaction, robot ethics, and learning in autonomous systems. Arkin served on the Board of Governors of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology, the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS) AdCom, and is a founding co-chair of IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Robot Ethics. He is a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology and a Fellow of the IEEE.   He served as STINT visiting professor at KTH in Stockholm, as sabbatical chair at the Sony IDL in Tokyo, and in the Robotics and AI Group at LAAS/CNRS in Toulouse, France.

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  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Robotics & Computational Perception
  • ]]>
  • U.S. Patent 8,805,762, Affective Model Device and Method of Deciding Behavior of the Affective Model Device, awarded 8/12/2014, co-Inventor, assigned to Samsung Electronics Co.   
  • U.S. Patent 8,458,112, Affective Model Device and Method for Deciding the Behavior of an Affective Model Device, issued June 4, 2013, co-Inventor, assigned to Samsung Electronics Co. Also issued as Korean Patent Application 10-2010-000614.   
  • Japanese Patents JP2007125629, JP2007125630, JP2007125631, Robot Device and Motion Control Method, co-Inventor, assigned to Sony Corporation, 2007.   
  • U.S. Patent 06650965, Robot Apparatus and Behavior Deciding Method, Issued 11-18-2003, co-Inventor, assigned to Sony Co.
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    <![CDATA[Ginger V. Hildebrand, CS ’90]]> 28150 Ginger Hildebrand is the Drilling Real-time Business Manager at Schlumberger, the leading provider of oilfield services. Ms. Hildebrand has held numerous positions at Schlumberger, and she has broad experience in software technology application in upstream oil and gas. For Schlumberger Western Geco, Ms. Hildebrand held the position of Vice President of Seismic Data Processing for Schlumberger Western Geco. For Schlumberger Information Solutions, Ms. Hildebrand was Director of Schlumberger’s open software development platform, Ocean, for innovative workflows that leverage Petrel’s seismic to simulation functionality ( http://www.ocean.slb.com). Ginger holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Baylor University and a M.S. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech.

    ]]> Birney Robert 1 1421774788 2015-01-20 17:26:28 1476989156 2016-10-20 18:45:56 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Brian Blake]]> 33992 M. Brian Blake, PhD is Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost at Drexel University. As the highest ranking academic officer, he oversees all academic programs across the 15 schools and colleges and over 26,000 students. Blake came to Drexel from the University of Miami, where he set research and teaching priorities and led faculty enhancement efforts as vice provost for academic affairs, and oversaw 155 graduate programs serving more than 5,700 students as dean of the Graduate School. Previously he was associate dean for research and graduate studies in the University of Notre Dame College of Engineering, and chaired the Georgetown University Department of Computer Science as it launched its first graduate program. Blake has directed computer science labs funded by more than $10 million in sponsored research awards; authored 170-plus publications and chaired six conferences; edited major journals including his current service as editor-in-chief of IEEE Internet Computing; and advised dozens of students at every level from postdoctoral fellowships through doctoral, master’s and undergraduate studies. Blake is a Senior Member of the IEEE and ACM Distinguished Scientist. Blake’s industry experience includes six years as a software engineer and architect at Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics and The MITRE Corporation before entering academia full time. Blake also holds appointments in the College of Engineering (as professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) and in the College of Medicine (as professor of neuroengineering).

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    <![CDATA[Annie Antón]]> 27174 Annie Antón is Professor and Chair of the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. Previously she served as a Professor in the Computer Science Department of the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University, where she was Director of the CSC Policy and Compliance Initiative and a member of the NCSU Cyber Defense Lab. In 2010 she chaired the NC State University Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee. In 2008, she chaired the NC State Public Policy Task Force.

    Antón's research focuses on methods and tools to support the specification of complete, correct behavior of software systems used in environments that pose risks of loss as a consequence of failures and misuse. This includes Web-based and healthcare systems in which the security of personal and private information is particularly vulnerable. Current extensions to this work, include the analysis of security and privacy policies, regulations and compliance practices.

    Antón is the founder and director of ThePrivacyPlace.org, a research group of students and faculty at NCSU, and Purdue University. She is leading this group in the development of technology to assist practitioners and policy makers in meeting the challenge of eliciting and expressing policies and regulations (a form of requirements). These tools help ensure that software systems are aligned with the privacy polices and regulations that govern these systems.

    Her professional activities include a notable combination of multi-disciplinary research and education. She is co-founder of the Symposium on Requirements Engineering for Information Security (SREIS) and the Annual Requirements Engineering and the Law Workshop (RELAW). In 2002 she coordinated NC State's successful application for a National Security Agency Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education, involving the participation of faculty in three Colleges. She is a former associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, former cognitive issues subject area editor for the Requirements Engineering Journal, and currently a member of the International Board of Referees for Computers & Security.
     

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    <![CDATA[Rick Porter]]> 27369 Specializing in residential and community development.

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    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 55852 55852 image <![CDATA[Rick Porter]]> 1449175598 2015-12-03 20:46:38 1475894496 2016-10-08 02:41:36
    <![CDATA[Dagmar B. Epsten]]> 28816 Dagmar B. Epsten, FAIA, LEED Fellow, Living Future Accredited Professional, pursues her passion for regenerative planning with her company PlanAPlanet LLC. She believes that, while many approaches to a sustainable built environment are being discussed, confident actions require cooperative investigations and an experimental design mindset. To that aim, she serves cooperatively with others throughout the world as charrette leader or participant, juror, speaker, instructor, and writer, and maintains her status as USGBC-LEED-WELL Faculty. With her solid architectural experience and insights, Ms. Epsten creates cutting-edge designs, with a current focus on custom homes, a field she considers open to experimental solutions with likeminded homeowners. She further pursues her passion for regenerative solutions as Managing Partner of Epsten Properties LLC, for which she redeveloped 2 inner-city 1940s buildings into first-rate LEED Platinum facilities. She is the founder of Epsten Group, which she grew as CEO and president to become an internationally recognized multi-disciplinary professional design and consulting firm. At Epsten Group she led the LEED consulting for the first LEED-certified building in Atlanta, achieving LEED Silver for Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business building at Technology Square.

    Ms. Epsten is internationally recognized as a pioneer in sustainable architecture and as a presenterat international conferences, including in Norway, Japan, Australia, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait. She obtained a Master in Architecture degree from Georgia Tech and an undergraduate degree in architecture from Karlsruhe University, Germany.
    Dagmar became an early spokesperson for sustainable architecture in Georgia, founding the American Institute of Architects (AIA) both Atlanta and Georgia “Committees on the Environment” as well as the AIA Georgia Sustainable Design Awards program. She also was a founding member of the U.S. Green Building Council’s Greater Atlanta Chapter (now the Georgia chapter and Atlanta branch) and became the first LEED Fellow in Georgia in the inaugural class of LEED Fellows in 2011.
     
    In 2014 she endowed the Epsten Environmental Vision Prize at Georgia Tech’s College of Design, intended to be given each year for perpetuity to three architecture students.

     

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    <![CDATA[Sheneatria McDowell]]> 27612 Quincy Robbins 1 1473675598 2016-09-12 10:19:58 1475175783 2016-09-29 19:03:03 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Michelle A. Rinehart]]> 27814 Lisa Herrmann 1 1379066509 2013-09-13 10:01:49 1474491131 2016-09-21 20:52:11 0 0 profile
    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 347271 347271 image <![CDATA[Michelle Rinehart]]> 1449245682 2015-12-04 16:14:42 1475895071 2016-10-08 02:51:11
    <![CDATA[Julie Ju-Youn Kim]]> 27214 Julie Ju-Youn Kim RA AIA is the Associate Chair of the School of Architecture, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and Associate Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology. She is also founder and principal of c2architecturestudio, an alternative practice dedicated to craft, making and building framed by questions of technology, the environment, culture and gender. 

    c2architecturestudio’s creative efforts have been recognized by noteworthy awards, including a 2013 AIA/DC Unbuilt Award of Merit (infoCUBE: Light Monitors); 2008 Society of American Registered Architects Design Award (Dentalium); and a 2001 AIA National Honor Award (Huntington Woods Community Center). Most recently, Julie was included in the 49th Anniversary edition (November 2015) of SPACE in the feature The Creative Geography of Korean Architects in the World. c2architecturestudio has been included as one of 12 architectural firms included in Architect (Korean Architects Association) "Young Korean Architects in the Global Context," and was also included in Architectural Record's Emerging Architect series (June 2010). Julie’s original work has been exhibited at the Kibel Gallery, Cranbrook Art Museum, District Architecture Center (DC), Detroit Public Library, FLAK Gallery, and the Detroit Artists’ Market. She is currently working on a book (Routledge, September 2016 publication date) that offers a lens to view applied urban and architectural design principles on cities and sites in transition, revealing their potential through new urban landscapes, architectural provocations and the inherently optimistic acts of making and building.

    As an educator and practitioner, Julie is committed to broadening the platform and audience of architecture by building bridges and fostering connections between the academic and professional studios. Her previous academic appointments include Associate Professor, Director of the Summer Institute, and Director of the Comprehensive Building Design Studio at The Catholic University of America; Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Program at the University of Detroit Mercy; Visiting Professor at the University of Maryland; Visiting Professor for the Paris International Studio at Lawrence Technological University; and Visiting Professor at Boston Architectural College.

    She earned her BA from Wellesley College and her M.Arch from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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    <![CDATA[Ellen Dunham-Jones]]> 27369 View Dunham-Jones's C.V.

    Ellen Dunham-Jones is Coordinator of the MS in Urban Design. She teaches “Theories of Urban Design,” “Retrofitting Suburbia” and urban design studios.

    A leading authority on suburban redevelopment, she and June Williamson wrote Retrofitting Suburbia; Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs (Wiley & Sons, 2009, update in 2011, mandarin edition in 2013). The book documents successful retrofits of vacant big box stores, dead malls, aging office parks, etc., into more sustainable places. The book received the PROSE award from the American Association of Publishers as best architecture/urban planning book of 2009, was featured in Time Magazine’s March 23, 2009 cover story, “10 ideas changing the world right now” and is the subject of her 2010 TED talk and 2012 TED-NPR Radio Hour interview. She appeared in the 2011 documentary Urbanized, the 2012 PBS series “Designing Healthy Communities” and was recently interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition. She continues to build her database of suburban retrofits, lecture widely, and publish successful strategies for meeting 21st century challenges.

    Ellen’s published over 60 additional papers linking contemporary architectural theory and practice. Most recently, “Irrational Exuberance: Rem Koolhaas in the Nineties” in the 2013 book Architecture and Capitalism was named one of the ten most popular essays of 2013 by The Design Observer Group.  

    She has served in several national leadership roles including Board Chair of the Congress for the New Urbanism, AIA Design and Health Leadership Group, the Hanley Wood Sustainability Council, and the advisory boards of the Journal of Urbanism, Places, (in)Forma, the Livability Index, and is chair of the board of Commons Planning.

    She received undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture from Princeton University and taught at UVA and MIT before joining Georgia Tech’s faculty to serve as Director of the Architecture Program from 2001-2009. 

    Educational Background
    1980 – A.B. in architecture and planning, summa cum laude, Princeton University
    1983 – M.Arch, Princeton University

    Fields

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    While I continue to maintain interest in contemporary architectural theory and in the impact of the post-industrial economy on global development patterns, I am primarily focused on expanding my research on suburban retrofits in the following areas: metrics comparing before and after social, economic, and environmental performance to assess sustainability; additional examples of re-inhabitation, re-greening, and redevelopment; retrofitting suburbia for an aging population; case studies of morphological changes; tools for the assessment and modeling of retrofittability; regional design/planning targeting appropriate locations for different retrofit strategies; strategies/case studies for improving architectural design excellence in urban/suburban design

    Recent Publications
    Books:

    • Dunham-Jones, E. & Williamson, J.  Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons. 256 pages. First printing December 2008, second printing in May, 2009, third printing in January 2010, updated paperback edition printed in March,2011.

    Parts of Books:

    • Dunham-Jones, E., “Foreword: Atlanta, Public Health, and New Urbanism?” in Lerner J. (Ed.), Building Metropolitan Atlanta: Past, Present & Future, (pp.1-2), www.lulu.com, 2010.
    • Dunham-Jones, E., “Free Trade Zones, Downtown Financial Cores, and Sprawl: the Landscapes of  Globalization “ in Owen G., (Ed.), Architecture, Ethics, & Globalization, (pp. 17-32), London: Taylor & Francis, 2009
    • Dunham-Jones, E., “New Urbanism: A Forum not a Formula” in Hass T., (Ed.), New Urbanism and Beyond: Designing Cities for the Future, (pp.70-73) New York, Rizzoli. 2008
    • Re-publication of “New Urbanism’s Subversive Marketing” (2005) in Blauvelt A, (Ed.), Worlds Away, New Suburban Landscapes, New York, D.A.P. 2008. Catalog to exhibition of the same name at the Walker Art Center, Heinz Architectural Center and Yale School of Architecture.
    • Re-publication of “New Urbanism, A Counter-Project to Post-Industrialism” (2000) in Kelbaugh D. & McCullogh K. (Eds.), Writing Urbanism, An ACSA Reader, (pp.185-193) London, Routledge, 2008
    • Dunham-Jones, E., “Economic Sustainability in the Post-Industrial Landscape,” commissioned  essay in Tanzer K.,  and Longoria R. (Eds.), The Green Braid, Towards an Architecture of Ecology Economy, and Equity, An ACSA Reader. (pp.44-59) London, Routledge, 2007
    • Dunham-Jones E., “Seventy-Five Percent” and “Smart Growth in Atlanta” republished in Saunders,  W. S., (Ed.), Sprawl and Suburbia, A Harvard Design Magazine Reader, (pp.1-20 and 57-70) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005
    • Dunham-Jones, E. “New Urbanism’s Subversive Marketing,” in M. Shamiyeh (Ed.), What People Want, Populism in Architecture and Design (pp.255-269). Basel, Birkhauser, 2005


    Recent Exhibitions

    Team leader for “LWARPS-we can reduce sprawl”, winner of the Infiniti Award for Extraordinary Design and 2nd Place in the 2008 History Channel’s City of the Future design competition for visions of Atlanta in 2108. This proposal has since been exhibited numerous times:

    • 2010 – included in the traveling exhibition “Adapting Suburbs in the 21st Century” and displayed at the Rochester Regional Community Design Center in Rochester NY, the Museum of Design Atlanta, and will travel to Seattle, WA. Ellen Dunham-Jones served as an advisor to the exhibition based largely on Retrofitting Suburbia and organized by the Rochester Regional Community design Center. 
    • 2008 – included in “Modern Atlanta,” Mason Murer Gallery, Atlanta, GA
    • 2008 – included in “City of the Future Exhibition,” Ernest G. Welch Gallery, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.
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    Recent Courses

    • Arch 4803/CoA 6120: Retrofitting Suburbia (interdisciplinary seminar)
    • Arch 7060/7090: Critical Positions and Masters Project Studio (required thesis prep and studio)
    • Arch 4822/6132: Architectural Theory and Criticism II (required lecture course)


    Current PhD Committee member:

    • Jaechoel Kim
    • Dawn Haynie

     

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    <![CDATA[T. Russell Gentry]]> 27369 Russell Gentry is an Associate Professor of Architecture with a courtesy appointment in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He teaches courses in building structures and materials, fabrication technologies, and design and construction process. He is the faculty mentor for the 2013 class of the Georgia Tech Presidential Scholars.

    His current research focuses on the representation of fabrication logics and processes within BIM environments. His current projects, funded by the Department of Energy, include the design of innovative PV systems and the design of modular components for nuclear reactors. Dr. Gentry is also the project lead for the Building Information Modeling for Masonry or BIM-M Initiative at Georgia Tech. The BIM-M initiative is developing masonry product and BIM modeling schemas, and workflows to implement BIM tools in masonry design, construction and supply chains.

    Educational Background

     

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    Professor Gentry pursues research that fall into three broad themes:

    1. Developing and assessing new load bearing materials and systems
    2. Embedding structural and fabrication logic into CAD and simulation tools
    3. Quantifying embodied and ongoing energy impacts of buildings – and use of these metrics in the design process

    His current work in the materials area focuses on the development of high-modulus FRP reinforcements for use in strengthening juvenile pine laminated timbers.  His work in the structural systems area is focused on concrete masonry, jointly with Tristan Al-Haddad and Andres Cavieres.  He recently completed project (with Charlene Bayer of the Georgia Tech Research Institute and Michael Gamble) examining the future of Life Cycle Assessment in architectural practice.

    Research Groups/Labs

    Dr. Gentry is the former Associate Director of Research in the Advanced Wood Products Laboratory and is currently a faculty leader in the College of Architecture’s Digital Fabrication Laboratory.

    Recent Publications

    • Gentry, T.R., Joshi, S. and Weaver, C. (2010), “LCA of Cement-Based, Polymer-Based and Natural Architectural Finish Materials,” Concrete Sustainability Conference, April 13-15, 2010, Tempe, Arizona.
    • Cavieres, Andres, Gentry, Russell and Al-Haddad, Tristan (2009) “Rich Knowledge Parametric Tools for Concrete Masonry Design: Automation of Preliminary Structural Analysis, Detailing and Specifications,”  26th International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction (ISARC), Austin, Texas, United States, 24-27 June 2009.
    • Gentry, T. Russell, Cavieres, Andres, and Al-Haddad, (2009), “Parametric Design, Detailing and Structural Analysis of Doubly-Curved Load-Bearing Block Walls,” Proceedings, 11th Canadian Masonry Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, May 31- June 3, 2009.
    • Choudhary, Ruchi, Augenbroe, Godfried, Gentry, Russell, and Hu, Huafen (2008) “Simulation-Enhanced Prototyping of an Experimental Solar House,” Building Simulation, (2008) 1: 336–355.
    • Gentry, T.R., Wacker, J.P., Brohammer, K.N., and Wells, J., “In-Situ Materials and Structural Assessment of CCA-Treated Stress-Laminated Deck Bridge,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2028, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2007, pp. 28–33.
    • Bank, L.C., Gentry, T.R., Johansen, G.E., Wilson, R., and Weil, R., (2007) “Long-Term Performance Of A Pultruded Light Frame Canopy Structure”, Third International Conference on Durability and Field Application of Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRPs) for Construction, May 22-24, 2007, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
    • Al-Haddad, T. and Gentry, T.R., (2006) “PerFORMance: Integrating Structural Feedback into Design Processes for Complex Form-Active Surfaces”, Digital Architecture and Construction, A. Ali and C.A. Brebbia, editors, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Digital Architecture and Construction, WIT Press, 2006, pgs. 97-109.
    • Kock, J., Barbieri, R., Justice, J., Kurtis, K., Gentry, R., Nanko, H. (2005), “Characterization of Chicken Feather Material for Use in Biocomposites”, Proceedings, American Society for Composites 20th Annual Technical Conference, September 7-9, 2005, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.
    • Gentry, T. Russell, Augenbroe, G., Park, C.S., and Moon, H.J., (2004) “Framework for Assessing the Performance of Building Systems,” Proceedings, CIB World Building Conference 2004, May 2-7, 2004, Toronto.
    • Gentry, T.R. (2001) “Life Assessment of Glass-Fiber Reinforced Composites in Portland Cement Concrete,” Proceedings, 16th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Composites, Blacksburg, Virginia, September 10-12, 2001.
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    Recent Courses
    • ARCH 6226: Green Construction
    • ARCH 6506: Construction Materials, Systems, and Fabrications
    • COA 8833: FGT – Zero Energy Housing
    • ARCH 4251: Structures I (Wood and Steel Structures)
    • ARCH 4252: Structures II (Concrete Structures, Lateral Forces)

    Current PhD Students

    • Andres Cavieres
    • Francisco Valdes
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    <![CDATA[Athanassios Economou]]> 27369 Thanos Economou is Professor in the College of Design at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Economou's teaching and research is in the areas of shape grammars, computational design, computer-aided design and design theory, with over forty published papers in these areas. Recent funded projects include the project Courtsweb: A Visual Database of Federal Courthouses, GSA/US.Courts, $1.3M. Design projects from his studios at Georgia Tech have received prestigious awards in international and national architectural competitions. He is the Director of the Shape Computation Lab at Georgia Tech and the Director of the Art and Architecture in Greece and Italy Study Abroad Program at Georgia Tech. He has been invited to give talks, seminars, and workshops at several universities including MIT, Harvard, TU Vienna, U. Michigan, UCLA, among others. Dr. Economou holds a Diploma in Architecture from NTUA, Athens, Greece, an M.Arch from USC, and a Ph.D. in Architecture from UCLA.

    Thanos Economou, PhD
    Professor of Architecture
    Director of PhD Program
    Director of Shape Computation Lab
    School of Architecture
    Georgia Institute of Technology

     

    Educational Background

     

    Fields

     

    Visiting Professorships

     

    ]]> Erin Howe 1 1274347397 2010-05-20 09:23:17 1474489907 2016-09-21 20:31:47 0 0 profile Shape grammars; Computer aided architectural design; Architectural typology and style; Design Studio; Courthouse design.

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    Recent funded research

    As Principal Investigator (PI)

    • Courtsweb: A Visual Database of Federal Courthouse Design (II)
      Agency/Company: GSA (4806205)
      Total Dollar Amount: $728,009.79
      Collaborators: Thomas Grasl (Consultant)
      Period of Contract: 9/28/2010 – 9/27/2015
      GRAs: James Park,  Soleen Karim, Katherine Dunatov, Almir Divanovic, Aaron Coffman, Myrsini Mamoli, and Jinyoun Cho. UGAs: Abigail Smith, Stephanie Douthitt, Michelle Bunch, Colton Wheatley, Eric Goldstein, Tony Ranallo, Philip Richardson, Annie Charleston, and Laura Camp. 
    • Courtsweb: A Visual Database of Federal Courthouse Design (I)
      Agency/Company: GSA (48066S5)
      Total Dollar Amount: $506,721.96
      Collaborators: Thomas Grasl (Consultant)
      Period of Contract: 9/28/2007 – 9/27/2010
      GRAs: JMyrsini Mamoli, Cassie Branum, Matt Erwin, Laura Wagner, and Michael Yeary.UGA:  Brittany Utting 

     

    Publications

    Books, Book Chapters, and Edited Volumes

    1. Economou, A., and Grasl, T., “Spatial Sieves” in Xenakis Matters: Contexts, Processes, Applications, Sharon Kanach (Ed). Xenakis Series IV; Pendragon Press, pp. 287-313, 2012.
    2. Grasl, T., and Economou, A., “Sort Machines” in J. Halatsch (ed), Digital Urban Modelling and Simulation, Springer-Verlag, Computer Science Editorial: Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) Volume 0242; pp.123-143, 2012.
    3. Economou, A., “Tracing Axes of Growth” in Visual thought: The Depictive Space of Perception, Advances in Consciousness Research 67 Ed: L. Albertazzi, (Amsterdam, John Benjamins Publishing Company), pp. 351-365, 2006.

     

    Journal Articles

    1. Grasl, T., and Economou, A., “From Topologies to Shapes: Parametric Shape Grammars Implemented by Graphs”, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 40 (5): 905 – 922, 2013.
    2. Din. E., and Economou, A., “Surface Symmetries: The Smith House Revisited”, International Journal of Architectural Computing, Issue 04, Vol. 08, pp. 485-506, 2011.
    3. Economou, A., and Tehrani N., "Scripting Concrete " in Digital Narratives, ed. Javier Isado, Universidad de Puerto Rico Press; (in)forma: Vol. 05, pp. 44-61, 2011.
    4. Economou A., and Riether, G., “Design Machine Revisited” in Digital Narratives, Ed: Javier Isado, Universidad de Puerto Rico Press; (in)forma: Vol. 05, pp. 32-43, 2011.
    5. Economou, A., and Swarts, M., “Performing Palladio”, International Journal of Architectural Computing, Issue 3, Volume 4, pp. 47-61, 2006.
    6. Economou, A., "The Symmetry Lessons from Froebel Building Gifts", Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 26(1): 75-90, 1999.

     

    Conference Proceedings Articles

    1. Economou, A., and Kotsopoulos S., “From Shape Rules To Rule Schemata And Back”, Design Computing and Cognition DCC’14. Eds: J. S. Gero and S. Hanna, Springer, pp. 419-438, 2014.
    2. Grasl, T., and Economou, A., “Towards Controlled Grammars: Approaches To Automating Rule Selection For Shape Grammars”. Ed: E. Thompson, Fusion: Proceedings of the 32nd eCAADe Conference, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK, Volume 2, pp. 357-363, 2014.
    3. Quan, J. S., Economou, A., Grasl, T., and Pei-Ju Yang P., “Computing Energy Performance Of Building Density, Shape And Typology In Urban Context,” 6th International Conference on Applied Energy – ICAE2014, SciVerse Science Direct, Energy Procedia, Elsevier, 2014.
    4. Collins, C., and Economou, A., “64 Wakefield: Tips On House Design Formalized”, Proceedings of Design Communication Conference, ed. M. Saleh Uddin, Architecture Department, Southern Polytechnic State University, Georgia, pp. 271-278, 2014.
    5. Economou, A,. "f(x): Explicit and Recursive Definitions of Architectural Typology”. Ed: M. Bernal et al, Knowledge-Based Design: Proceedings of the 11th Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics (SIGRADI) Conference, Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa María, Valparaiso, Chile, pp. 211-216, 2013.
    6. Grasl, T., and Economou, A., “Unambiguity: Difficulties in Communicating Shape Grammar Rules to a Digital Interpreter”. Ed: R. Stouffs and S. Sariyildiz,  Computation and Performance: Proceedings of the 31st eCAADe Conference – Volume 2, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, pp. 617-620, 2013.
    7. Grasl, T., and Economou, A., “Grape: Using Graph Grammars To Implement Shape Grammars” SimAUD: Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design, Boston, MA, pp. 45-52, 2011.
    8. Grasl, T., and Economou, A., “Palladian Graphs: Using a Graph Grammar to Automate the Palladian Grammar,” in Future Cities, 28th eCAADe Conference Proceedings, Eds: G. Schmitt et al.. ETH Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 275-284, 2010.
    9. Economou, A., and Grasl, T., “Congruent Spaces” in Conference Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Critical Digital, Ed: K. Terzidis, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge MA, pp. 65-70, 2009.
    10. Din, E., and Economou, A., “Emergent Symmetries And Visual Computations: A Group Theoretical Analysis Of The Smith House By Richard Meier”, in Joining Languages, Cultures and Visions: CAADFutures 2009, Eds: T. Tidafi and T. Dorta, PUM, 2009, pp. 173-187, 2009.
    11. Economou, A., and Grasl, T., “Point Worlds” in Computation: The New Realm of Architectural Design, 27th eCAADe Conference Proceedings, Eds: G. Gagdas and B Colakoglu, ITU /YTU, Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 221-228, 2009.
    12. Grasl, T., Economou, A., and Branum, C., “Combining Triples: Using a Graph Grammar to Generate Courthouse Topologies,” in Computation: The New Realm of Architectural Design, 27th eCAADe Conference Proceedings, Eds: G. Gagdas and B Colakoglu, ITU /YTU, Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 605-612, 2009.
    13. Halatsch, J., Mamoli, M., Economou, A., and Schmitt, G., “The Hellenistic City Model Inspired by Koolhaas: A Test Case for a Generic City Model,” in Computation: The New Realm of Architectural Design, Proceedings of the 27th eCAADe Conference, Eds: G. Gagdas and B Colakoglu, ITU /YTU, Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 279-286, 2009.
    14. Economou, A., and Riether, G., “Vitruvian Machine”, Proceedings of CAADRIA: “Beyond Computer-Aided Design”, Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp. 522-528, 2008.
    15. Economou, A., and Grasl, T., “Unraveling Complexity”, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Design Computing and Cognition, DCC: USA, pp.361-374, 2008.
    16. Economou, A, and Grasl, T., “Sieve_n: A Computational Approach for the Generation of All Partial Lattices of Two-Dimensional Shapes with an n-fold Symmetry Axis”, Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe (eCAADe) Conference Proceedings, Ed: J. Kieferle and K. Ehlers, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, pp. 947-954, 2007.
    17. Grasl, T., and Economou, A., “Spatial Similarity Metrics: Graph Theoretic Distance Measurement and Floor Plan Abstraction”, Proceedings of Computer Aided Architectural Design Futures: CAADFutures, Ed: T. Maver, Sydney, Australia, pp. 251-263, 2007.
    18. Din, E., and Economou, A., “Rewind-Pause-Forward: The Wall Variations of the Smith House” Conference Proceedings of International Society of Arts, Mathematics and Architecture: ISAMA, eds. E. Akleman,  and N. Friedman, Texas A&M University Press, pp. 135-143, 2007.
    19. Mamoli, M., Swarts, M., and Economou A., “Paper Space: The Library of Nysa Revisited”. Conference Proceedings of the 11th Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics: Communication in the Visual Society, Ed: A. Estanol, University La Salle, Mexico City, Mexico, pp. 409-412, 2007.
    20. Economou, A., “Well-Tempered Mappings of Architecture and Music”, Representation as Vehicle of Architectural Thought: Conference Proceedings (in Greek), Eds: V. Trova, K. Manolides, G. Papakonstantinou, University of Thessaly Press, Greece, pp. 85-94 .
    21. Park, H. J., Economou, A., and Papalambros, P., “Hermes: A Computational Tool for Proportional Studies in Design”, Conference Proceedings of the Computer-Aided Architecture Design Futures: Learning from the Past a Foundation for the Future (CAADFutures 2005), Eds: B. Martens, and A. Brown, Kluwer Academic Publishers: Vienna, Austria, pp. 99-108, 2005.
    22. Economou, A., “The Seven Space Symmorphic Groups and their Extensions”, Conference Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium in Space Syntax, Ed: A. Van Nes, Delft, Netherlands, 2005.
    23. Economou, A., Herndon, M., “Linespace: An Automated Generation of the 19 Spaces with one Axis of Growth” Conference Proceedings of the 9th Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics: Vision and Visualization, Eds. A. Angulo and G. Vasquez, SIGRADI Press: Lima, Peru, pp.155-160, 2005.
    24. Swarts, M., Monaghan, M., and Economou, A., “Performing Palladio”, Conference Proceedings of the 9th Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics:Vision and Visualization, Eds: A. Angulo, and G. Vasquez, SIGRADI Press: Lima, Peru, pp. 80-84, 2005.
    25. Park, H., Economou, A., and Papalambros, P., “Hermes: A Computational Tool for Proportionality Analysis in Design”, First International Conference on Design Computing and Cognition (DCC), Workshop on Generative Design Systems, MIT, July 18-22, 2004.
    26. Economou, A., “Four Algebraic Structures in Design” in Proceedings of the Twenty First Annual Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture: Reinventing the Discourse: How Digital Tools Help Bridge and Transform Research, Education and Practice in Architecture, Ed: J Wasim, Buffalo, New York: Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture, pp.192-201, 2001.
    27. Economou, A., “C2C2C2: Pythagorean Structures in Design” in Proceedings of Mathematics and Design 2001: The Third International Conference: Digital . Hand . Eye . Ear . Mind, Eds: M. Burry, S. Datta, A. Dawson, and J. Rollo, Geelong, Australia: Deakin University, pp.128-138, 2001.
    28. Economou, A., “Shape Grammars in Architectural Design Studio” in Proceedings of the 2000 ACSA Technology Conference: The Intersection of Design and Technology, Eds: W. Mitchell, and J. Fernandez, Washington DC: Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, pp.75-81, 2000.
    29. Economou, A., "Spatial Canons and Fugues", in Proceedings of Greenwich 2000: Digital Creativity Symposium, University of Greenwich, pp.53-60, 2000.
    30. Economou, A., "Counting, Coloring and Computing: Lessons from the Kindergarten", Arts, Mathematics and Architecture: Proceedings of the First International Conference, Ed: J Barrallo, The University of the Basque Country, San Sebastian, Spain, pp.147-155, 1999.
    31. Economou, A., "The symmetry of the Equal Temperament Scale", Mathematics and Design 98: Proceedings of the Second International Conference, Ed. J. Barrallo, The University of the Basque Country, San Sebastian, Spain, pp. 557-566, 1998.

     

    Other Refereed Material

      1. Economou, A., and Tehrani, N., “Scripting” in Partnerships in Learning: Form_Z Joint Study Program, Ed: M. Paranandi 14, pp. 32-37, 2006.
      2. Economou A, “[n]DM: Networked Design Machines”, in Partnerships in Learning: Form_Z Joint Study Program 13, pp. 32-35, 2005.
      3. Economou, A., “Book Review of Courtyard Housing in Los Angeles by Polyzoides. S,, Sherwood, R., and Tice, J., Princeton Architectural Press” [1992, 1997] Architectural Research Quarterly 2, pp. 92-94, 1997.

     

     

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    Current classes
    • ARCH 6508: Shape grammars
    • ARCH 6210: Architectonics
    • ARCH 6501: Analog and digital design computation
    • ARCH 4011/ 6071: Architectural design studio (UG / GR )
    • COA 3114: Greek Architecture

     

    Ph.D Students

    Graduated Doctoral Students

    1. Thomas Grasl, “On Shapes and Topologies: Graph Theoretic Representations of Shapes And Shape Computations”, School of Architecture, Technical University of Vienna, Austria, (co-chair: C. Kühn), Aug. 2010–May 2013. Currently Lecturer, Technical University of Vienna, Austria; Principal, SWAP Architects, Vienna, Austria.
    2. Edouard Din, “Emergent Symmetries: A Group Theoretic Analysis of an Exemplar of Late Modernism: The Smith House by Richard Meier”, Ph.D. Program, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Aug. 2005–May 2008. Currently, Executive Director at Digitalite, Inc. Previous Associate Professor, School of Architecture, Tuskegee University, AL.
    3. Hyoung-June Park, “A Quantification of Proportionality Aesthetics in Morphological Design”, (co-chair: P. Papalambros), Taubman College of Architecture &Urban Planning, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Sep. 2003 – Apr. 2005. Currently, Associate Professor, School of Architecture, U. Hawaii.

    Current Doctoral Students

    1. Heather Ligler, “On the Formal Specification of John Portman’s Architectural Principles”, School of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Aug. 2014 – Current.

    PhD Committee Member

    1. Justin Jang, “Subset Selection in Hierarchical Recursive Pattern Assemblies and Relief Feature Instancing for Modeling Geometric Patterns”, Chair: Jarek Rossignac, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology, Aug. 2009–May 2010.
    2. Eduardo Lyon, “Component Based Design and Digital Manufacturing: A Design for Manufacturing (DFM) Model for Curved Surfaces Fabrication Using Three Axes CNC Router”, Chair: C. Eastman, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Sep. 2006–May 2007.
    3. Saleem Dahabreh, “The Formulation of Design: The Case of the Islip Courthouse by Richard Meier”, Chair: J. Peponis; College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology. Sep. 2004–Apr. 2006
    4. Sonit Bafna, “Morphology of Intentions: An Interpretation of Mies Van Der Rohe's Residential Designs”, Chair: J. Peponis, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology. May 2000–May 2001.

    PhD External Reader

    1. Santosh Kumar, K.G: “Contemporary Chatushala Houses of Kerala: A Shape Grammar Model for Layout Generation” Chair: Dr. Sanghamitra Basu, Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, Feb.- Mar. 2015.
    2. Teng W Chang, “Geometric Typed Feature Structures: Toward Design Space Exploration”, Chair: Dr. R. Woodbury. Department of Architecture, University of Adelaide, Australia, Jan–May, 1999.
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    <![CDATA[Jihan Sherman]]> 28816 Jihan Sherman RA, LEED AP is an architect, designer and artist from Atlanta, GA. She is the Design Director of Redbanana, Inc., a design and business consultancy that she co-founded. She also serves at the Editor-in-Chief of Estelle + Boots, a design and culture publication and the Creative Director of Sitezen Apparel, a lifestyle clothing company that develops politically inspired apparel and accessories.

    Jihan holds a Masters of Architecture and BS in Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology. Her research and creative explorations examine the inter-relationships of identity, place and narrative. She previously worked with Lord Aeck Sargent’s Historic Preservation studio where she contributed to award winning projects such as the restoration of Hardman Farms in Helen, GA and the rehabilitation of the Hinman Building at Georgia Tech. She has taught design studios and workshops for more than 6 years, spanning topics exploring fundamental design principles, parametric form generation, materiality, urban form, community and place making. Additionally, she served as the curriculum coordinator of the Common First Year (CFY) in the College of Architecture for 2 years, supporting a curriculum redesign facilitating inter-disciplinary learning and a design-build project.

    Jihan Sherman Design Director, Co-Founder REDBANANA INC. http://www.redbananainc.com/  ]]> Tia Jewell 1 1472214448 2016-08-26 12:27:28 1474483234 2016-09-21 18:40:34 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Keith Kaseman]]> 28816 Keith Kaseman is a designer, advanced production strategist and architectural educator.   As Partner of KBAS, a spatial design practice launched in 2002 with Julie Beckman upon having their competition entry selected for the Pentagon Memorial (2002-2008), Keith continues to lead the digitally agile office through a diverse array of work, consistently achieving high levels of material and geometric precision across multiple scopes and scales of deployment.  Among other awards, KBAS received a 2006 Young Architect Award from the Architecture League, NY and the 2012 National Award for Service from the American Institute for Architects. 

    Keith has been a design educator since 2004, having held simultaneous appointments at University of Pennsylvania PennDesign (2004 - 2013) and Columbia University GSAPP (2005 - 2014), and is currently on the Faculty at University of Tennessee Knoxville College of Architecture and Design (2014 - present).  Driven to explore unique spatial potentials embedded within complex urban conditions throughout his research, Keith’s experimental studios have operated within cities including New York, Tokyo, Amsterdam, Prague, Philadelphia and, most notably, Rio de Janeiro (2009 - 2014). 

    Keith joined the Faculty at Georgia Tech in 2016, where he teaches Design + Research studios plus digital production / fabrication workshop-based seminars. 

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    <![CDATA[Bruce Stiftel]]> 27369 View Stiftel's c.v.

    Biosketch

    Bruce Stiftel's research concerns collaborative governance of environmental/water policy, global movement of planning ideas, and international responses to urbanization. His most recent books are Adaptive Governance and Water Conflict (co-edited with John T. Scholz; Resources for the Future Press), and Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning, volume 2 (co-edited with Vanessa Watson and Henri Ascelrad; Routledge), and he served as consultant to UN-Habitat in production of the World Cities Report 2016.  He regularly teaches courses in planning theory, environmental analysis, and citizen participation.  A graduate of the State University of New York at Stony Brook and of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Stiftel is former president of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, co-editor of the Journal of Planning Education and Research, founding chairperson of the Global Planning Education Association Network, and member of the Planning Accreditation Board.  He is a member of the editorial boards of Planning Theory, International Planning Studies, Journal of the American Planning Association, and Town Planning Review. and represents the Global Planning Education Association Network to UN-Habitat's University Network Initiative.

     

    Educational Background
    1986 - Ph.D. (City and Regional Planning), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    1981 - M.R.P. (Environmental Planning), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    1975 - B.S. (Biology and Environmental Studies), State University of New York at Stony Brook

    Certifications
    Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners

    Fields

    ]]> Erin Howe 1 1273829161 2010-05-14 09:26:01 1473263046 2016-09-07 15:44:06 0 0 profile planning theory; negotiation and conflict resolution; citizen participation; natural resources and environmental planning; planning school advancement

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    I work to improve the effectiveness of environmental planners at building consensus among policymakers, publics and agencies.  I have examined citizen participation program design in water quality planning and in hazardous waste site remediation; mediation of disputes in environmental enforcement and in mobile home landland-tenant relations; negotiation of large-scale development permitting; and heuristic uses of environmental impact assessment methods.  I have also done work investigating the institutional positioning of urban planning programs in universities, and global cooperation among planning educators.

    Currently, I am assessing changes in urban planning worldwide, post Habitat II, seeking to contribute to the development of the United Nations New Urban Agenda proposed for adoption at the Habitat III conference in Quito in October 2016.  This follows on efforts to understand movement of planning ideas internationally published in Town Planning Review and the 2009 Global Report on Human Settlements, as well as participation in development of UN-Habitat's International Guidelines on Urban and Territorial Planning.

    I am also active in research promoting the advancement of planning schools within academe, nationally in the US and internationally, seeking to understand how planning scholarship is transmitted internationally and the ways in which planning schools most effectively promote successful research and teaching among their staffs. 
       

    Books
    • Leigh, N.G., French, S.P., Guhathakurta, S., and Stiftel, B., eds. International Handbook of Planning Education.  New York: Routledge, forthcoming.
    • Scholz, J. & Stiftel, B. (2012). Adaptive Governance and Water Conflict: New Institutions for Collaborative Planning. Resources for the Future Press, 2005. ISBN: 1-933-11518-1 (cloth); 1-933-11519-X (paper).
    • Stiftel, B., Watson, V., & Acselrad, H. (Eds.). (2007). Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning (Vol. 2). London and New York: Routledge, 2007. ISBN: 0-415-40285-9 (cloth); 0-203-96750-X  (e-book).   
    • Bruce Stiftel and Vanessa Watson, eds. Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning 1. London and New York: Routledge, 2005.  ISBN: 0-415-34693-2 (cloth); 0-203-63998-7 (e-book).
    • Eric L. Hyman and Bruce Stiftel. Combining Facts and Values in Environmental Impact Assessment: Theories and Techniques, Social impact assessment series, no. 16. Boulder, CO and London: Westview Press, 1988. ISBN 0-8133-7162-7.
    Selected Articles and Chapters
      • Stiftel, B. and Smith, S.M. "A city that plans: reinventing urban planning", in World Cities Report 2016.  Nairobi: UN Human Settlements Programme, 2016.
      • Stiftel, B. "An African voice in the planning schools movement."  Moving On: The Journey of the Association of African Planning Schools. Cape Town: Association of African Planning Schools, 2016.
      • Ross, C., Stiftel, B., Woo, M., and Rao, A. (Fall 2010/Winter 2011). Measuring Regional Transport Sustainability: An Exploration. The Urban Lawyer, Vol. 42(4)/43(1), pp. 67-89.
      • Stiftel, B. (2011). Of what meaning: journal prominence? Journal of Planning Education and Research. 31(1): 103-104.
      • Bruce Stiftel, Juan Demerutis, Andrea Frank, Thomas Harper, Daniel K.B. Inkoom, Lik-Meng Lee, Jose Julio Lima, Ali Memon, Terence Milstead, Izabela Mironowicz, Tumsifu Nnkya, Didier Paris, Hamish Rennie, Christopher Silver, and Neil Sipe. “Planning Education.”  Chapter 10 in Sustainable Cities: Global Report on Human Settlements 2009. Nairobi: United Nations, Human Settlements Programme, 2009. 
      • Stiftel, B. (2009). Planning the Paths of Planning Schools. Australian Planner, 46(1), 38-47
      • Stiftel, B., Forsyth, A., Dalton, L., & Steiner, F. (2009). Multiple Objectives in Planning School Performance Measurement: Can Planners Scholarship be Meaningfully Assessed at the National Level? Journal of Planning Education and Research, 28(3), 323-334. doi:10.1177/0739456X0832517
      • Stiftel, B. (2008). Remarks on Receiving the Jay Chatterjee Award. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 28, 265.
      • Stiftel, B. & Watson, V. (2008). Louis Albrechts: building an international community of planning scholars. In Van den Broech, J., Moulaert, F., & Oosterlynck, S. (Eds.), Empowering the Planning Fields: Ethics, Creativity and Action, (pp.211-214). Leuven, Belgium: Uitgeverij Acco.
      • Stiftel, B., & Mukhopadhyay, C. (2007). Thoughts on Anglo-American Hegemony in Planning Scholarship: Do we read each other’s work? Town Planning Review, 78(5), 545-572. doi:10.3828/tpr.78.5.2

      • Stiftel, B., & Mogg, R. (2007). A Planner’s Guide to the Digital Bibliographic Revolution. Journal of the American Planning Association, 73(1), 68-85. doi:10.1080/01944360708976137
    Distinctions
    • Martin Meyerson Award for Distinguished Leadership in Higher Education. Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, 2015.
    • Jay Chatterjee Award for Distinguished Service to Planning Education, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, 2008
    • Editorial Board Member: International Planning Studies, Journal of the American Planning Association, Planning Theory, Town Planning Review
    • Member, Planning Accreditation Board, 2009-2015
    • Fellow, American Institute of Certified Planners (inducted 2004).
    • Founding Chairperson (2002-3), Global Planning Education Association Network
    • President (1999-2001), Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning
    • Co-editor (1991-6) Journal of Planning Education and Research
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    Recent Courses

    • CP 6012 | Planning Theory:  Introduction to the various subfields of planning through reading, discussion, and guest lectures by practicing planners. Course also covers professional ethics and career planning and development.
    • CP8200: Seminar in Planning Theory. Advanced seminar on planning theory, including philosophy of sciences, political philosophy, and ethical theory. The course explores the theoretical basis for planning as a social activity.

    Dissertations Supervised 

    •  Severine Mayere, PhD (Florida State University) 2007. "The influence of local political coalitions on the effectiveness of urban containment policies: empirical evidence from six U.S. states," available online. Dr. Mayere is Lecturer, School of Urban Development, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
    • Carissa Schively Slotterback, AICP. PhD (Florida State) 2004. "Risk Perception, Uncertainty, and Facility Siting: Lessons from Merchant Power in California," available online.  Dr. Schively is Associate Professor, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
    • Neil G. Sipe. PhD (Florida State) 1996. "Mediating environmental enforcement disputes: an empirical analysis."  Dr. Sipe is Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.  
    • Omondi Odhiambo. PhD (Florida State) 1992. "Men and family planning in Kenya: alternative policy intervention strategies for reducing population growth." Dr. Odhiambo is a population and reproductive health consultant in Nairobi, Kenya.


    Master’s Applied Research Papers Supervised (recent)

    • Audrey Spiegel, MCRP 2014. “Socioeconomic Implications and Protection Strategies of Flooding in Prague, Czech Republic."  currently: Planner, Atlanta Regional Commission.
    • Maria Roell, MCRP 2012; MS (Civil Engineering) 2012. "The Use of Public Participation in the Design of Effective Internet-Based Advanced Traveler Information Systems." Currently: Project Coordinator, Georgia Forward.
    • Neela Ram, MCRP 2010; MS (Public Policy) 2010. “Impact of Resource Conservation and Development Councils on Local Economies.”  Currently: Senior Environmental Planner, Atlanta Regional Commission.
    • Nathan  Barnett, MCRP 2010; MS (Civil Engineering) 2010.  “One-way couplet facilities in medium-sized cities & their significance on the built environment.” Currently: Associate, Connetics Transportation Group, Atlanta.
    • Jody Norman. MCRP 2010. “Global patterns of nutrient runoff: green infrastructure as a policy option in Georgia.”  Sustainability Consultant, JNN Enterprises, Denver CO
    • Shelley Stevens.  MCRP 2010. “Biofuel sustainability: using the ‘three Es’ of sustainable development to determine the sustainability of biofuel production and consumption.”




    Current Advisees

    • Camille Barchers, PhD Candidate, ICT and Citizen Participation.
    • Marcela Moreno, MCRP Student,  US - Mexico border colonia sanitation.

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    <![CDATA[Alberto Fuentes]]> 28044 View Fuentes' C.V.

    Alberto is an Assistant Professor in the School of City & Regional Planning. He is a scholar of global development whose work focuses on the political economy of industrial transformation in Latin America. He pays particular attention to the consequences of these changes for workers. Alberto obtained his PhD from the Sloan School of Management at MIT, and holds a master’s degree in City Planning from the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT. He is jointly appointed as Assistant Professor in the Sam nunn School of International Afairs.

    ]]> Jessie Brandon 1 1472727090 2016-09-01 10:51:30 1473262877 2016-09-07 15:41:17 0 0 profile Alberto is an Assistant Professor in the School of City & Regional Planning and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.

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    Recent Publications:

    Self-discovery in the Dark: the demand side of industrial policy in Latin America
    Refereed Journal Article – 2016

    A Vocation for Industrial Transformation: Ideology, Organizational Isomorphism and Upgrading in Guatemala's Sugar Industry
    Refereed Journal Article – 2014

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    Courses:

    • INTA-2050: Intro to Global Develpmt
    • INTA-6304: Modernization&Developmnt
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    <![CDATA[Daniel Forsyth]]> 27612 Quincy Robbins 1 1454438779 2016-02-02 18:46:19 1473260409 2016-09-07 15:00:09 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Surya Kalidindi]]> 27793 Research

    Dr. Kalidindi's research interests are broadly centered on designing material internal structure (including composition) for optimal performance in any selected application and identifying hybrid processing routes for its manufacture. To this end, he has employed a harmonious blend of experimental, theoretical, and numerical approaches in his research.

    Research Interests

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    <![CDATA[Wenke Lee]]> 27154 Dr. Wenke Lee is a Professor of Computer Science in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech. He also serves as the Director of the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC). He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Columbia University in 1999. Dr. Lee works in systems and network security. His current research projects are in the areas of botnet detection and attribution, malware analysis, virtual machine monitoring, mobile phone security, and detection and mitigation of information manipulation on the Internet, with funding from NSF, DHS, DoD, and the industry. Dr. Lee has published over 100 articles with more than 40 of them cited more than 100 times. In 2006, Dr. Lee co-founded Damballa, Inc., a spin-off from his lab that focuses on botnet detection and mitigation.

    ]]> Louise Russo 1 1264768589 2010-01-29 12:36:29 1472827858 2016-09-02 14:50:58 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Santosh Vempala]]> 27154 Santosh Vempala joined the College of Computing in the fall of 2006 as a professor of Computer Science. He helped set up the Algorithms and Randomness Center and ThinkTank at Georgia Tech, serving as its first director (2006--2011). Vempala's research interests include algorithms, randomness, geometry and computing-for-good (C4G). He graduated from CMU in 1997 being advised by Avrim Blum and then taught at MIT until 2006 except for a year as a Miller Fellow at UC Berkeley. Vempala is also a Sloan, Guggenheim, ACM and generally excitable Fellow, especially when a phenomenon that appears complex from one perspective, turns out to be simple from another. In recent years, he has been trying to understand, with little success, how the brain works and how to model its computational abilities.

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    <![CDATA[John Peponis]]> 27369 John Peponis studies the principles and constraints that govern the generation of built form and its social, cultural and cognitive functions. His work includes the development of methods, measures and software for the analysis of built space at the scale of buildings and urban areas. His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the General Services Administration, the Ministry of Research in Greece, the Georgia Tech Foundation, Steelcase, Perkins+Will and Dar Al-Handasah. He is a registered architect in Greece since 1982, where he collaborates regularly with Kokkinou and Kourkoulas Architects (http //www.kokkinoukourkoulas.com). 

    Educational Background

    1983 - Ph.D. (Architecture), University College, University of London

    1977 - M.Sc. (Architecture), University College, University of London

    1976 - B.Sc. (Architecture), University College, University of London

    Fields

    ]]> Erin Howe 1 1273662096 2010-05-12 11:01:36 1472658961 2016-08-31 15:56:01 0 0 profile spatial analysis; space syntax; urban design; design logic; spatial cognition; work environments; museums

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    Refereed journals

    35) Peponis J, Feng C, Green D, Haynie D, Kim S H, Sheng Q, Vialard A, Haofeng W, 2015, "Syntax and parametric analysis of superblock patterns" Journal of Space Syntax 6 109-141 http://joss.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/journal/index.php/joss/article/view/254

    34)  Lim L, Yang T, Vialard A, Feng C, Peponis J, 2015, "Urban morphology and syntactic structure: a discussion of the relationship of block size to street integration in some settlements in the Provence" Journal of Space Syntax 6 142-169 http://joss.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/journal/index.php/joss/article/view/255

    33) Sakellaridi S, Christova P, Christopoulos V, Leuthold A C, Peponis J, Georgopoulos A P, 2015, "Neural mechanisms underlying the exploration of small city maps using magnetoencephalography" Experimental Brain Research 233 3187-3200 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00221-015-4387-5

    32) Peponis J, Bafna S, Dahabreh S M, Dogan F, 2015, "Configurational meaning and conceptual shifts in design" Journal of Architecture 20 215-243 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13602365.2015.1025814#.VSU5B00e7l0

    31) Sakellaridi S, Christova P, Christopoulos V, Vialard A, Peponis J, Georgopoulos A, 2015, "Cognitive mechanisms underlying instructed choice exploration of small city maps" Frontiers in Neuroscience 9 http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnins.2015.00060/abstract

    30) Scoppa M, Peponis J, 2015, "Distributed attraction: the effects of street network connectivity upon the distribution of retail frontage in the City of Buenos Aires" Environment and Planning B: Planning & Design 42 354-378 http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=b130051p

    29) Lu Y, Peponis J, 2014, "Exhibition visitors are sensitive to patterns of display co-visibility"Environment and Planning (B): Planning and Design 41 53-68 http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=b39058

    28) Peponis J, 2012, "Building layouts as cognitive data: purview and purview interface" Cognitive Critique 6 11-51 http://www.cogcrit.umn.edu/docs/Peponis_v6.pdf    

    27) Christova P, Scoppa M, Peponis J, Georgopoulos A, 2012, "Exploring small city maps" Experimental Brain Research 223 207-217( http://www.springerlink.com/content/hg0h497173122502/

    26) Ozbil A, Peponis J, Stone B, 2011, “Understanding the link between street connectivity, land use and pedestrian flows” Urban Design International 16 125-141 http://www.palgrave-journals.com/udi/journal/v16/n2/abs/udi20112a.html

    25) Zamani P, Peponis J, 2010, “Co-visibility and pedagogy: innovation and challenge at the High Museum of Art” Journal of Architecture 15 6 853-879 http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a930313418~frm=abslink?words=peponis

    24) Peponis J, Bellal T, 2010, “Fallingwater: the interplay between space and shape” Environment and Planning (B): Planning and Design 37 982-1001 http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=b36052

    23) Carpenter A, Peponis J, 2010, “Poverty and connectivity: crossing the tracks” Journal of Space Syntax 1 108-120 http://joss.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/index.php/joss/article/viewFile/23/pdf_10

    22) Wineman J, Peponis J, 2010, “Constructing spatial meaning. Spatial affordances in museum design” Environment and Behavior 42 1 86-109 http://eab.sagepub.com/content/42/1/86.abstract

    21) Peponis J, Bafna S, Yang Z, 2008, “The connectivity of streets: reach and directional distance” Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 35 881-901 http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=b33088

    20) Shpuza E, Peponis J, 2008, “The effect of floorplate shape upon office layout integration” Environment and Planning (B): Planning and Design 35 318-336 http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=b32139

    19) Peponis J, Bafna S, Bajaj R, Bromberg J, Congdon C, Rashid M, Warmels S, Zhang Y, Zimring C, 2007, “Designing space to support knowledge work” Environment and Behavior 39 6, 815-840 http://eab.sagepub.com/content/39/6/815.abstract

    18) Peponis J, 2005, “Formulation”, The Journal of Architecture, 10, 2, 119-133 http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a714023810~frm=abslink?words=peponis

    17) Peponis J, Conroy-Dalton R, Wineman J, Dalton N, 2004, “Measuring the effects of layout upon visitors' spatial behaviors in open plan exhibition settings” Environment and Planning (B): Planning and Design 31, 253-273 http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=b3041

    16) Peponis J, Knoespel K, Abrioux Y, Kanekar A, Lycourioti I, Touloumis A, Michalopoulou K, Spanou I, Gavrilou E, 2002, “La Construction Spatial du Sens en Architecture: Un Projet Transdisciplinaire” Théorie Littérature Enseignement, 20, 139-156

    15) Peponis J, Lycourioti I, Mari I, 2002, « Spatial models, design reasons and the construction of spatial meaning”, Philosophica 70, 59-90 http://logica.ugent.be/philosophica/fulltexts/70-4.pdf

    14) Peponis J, Wineman J, Rashid M, Bafna S, Kim S H, 1998, "Describing plan configuration according to the covisibility of surfaces" Environment and Planning (B): Planning and Design 25 693-708 http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=b250693

    13) Peponis J, Wineman J, Bafna S, Rashid M, Kim S H, 1998, “On the generation of linear representations of spatial configuration” Environment and Planning B 25 559-576. http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=b250559

    12) Peponis J, Ross C, Rashid M, 1997, "The structure of urban space, movement and co-presence: The case of Atlanta," Geoforum 28 (3-4) 341-358

    11) Peponis J, Wineman J, Rashid M, Kim S H, Bafna S, 1997, “On the description of shape andspatial configuration inside buildings: convex partitions and their local properties”, Environment and Planning (B): Planning and Design, 24, 761-781. http://www.envplan.com/abstract.cgi?id=b240761

    10) Peponis J, Ross C, Rashid M, Kim S H, Varela G, Sentosa L, 1996, Regularity and change in urban space: A syntactic analysis of movement and co-presence in Atlanta, Ekistics v.63, n.376/377/378, 4-16

    9) Peatross F D, Peponis J, 1995, “Space, Education and Socialization” Journal of Architectural and Planning Research. 12:4 Winter, pp. 366-385.

    8) Peponis J, 1993, “The architectural configuration of lyric form at La Tourette”, Ekistics , n. 362-363, pp.237-252.

    7) Peponis J, 1993, “Evaluation and formulation in design: The Implications of Morphological Theories of Function”. Nordisk Architekturforsking 1993: vol.6, n.2 , 53-62 (Nordic Journal of Architectural Research-paper published in English).

    6) Peponis J, Zimring C, Choi Y K, 1990, “Finding the Building in Wayfinding”, Environment and Behavior , v.22, n.5, 555-590 http://eab.sagepub.com/content/22/5/555.abstract

    5) Peponis J, 1989, “Space, culture and urban design in late modernism and after”. Ekistics, n.334-335, 93-108.

    4) Peponis J, Hadjinikolaou E, Livieratos C, Fatouros D A, 1989, “The Spatial core of urban culture”, Ekistics, n.334-335, 43-55

    3) Hillier B, Hanson J, Peponis J, 1987, “The syntactic analysis of settlements”, Arch.& Comport./Arch. & Behav., vol.3, n.3, Lausane, pp.217-231 http://lasur.epfl.ch/revue/A&C%20Vol%203%20No.3/HILLIER_HANSON_PEPONIS.pdf

    2) Hillier B, Burdett R, Peponis J, Penn A, 1987, “Creating life: Or does architecture determine anything?” Arch.& Comport./Arch. & Behav., vol3, n.3, Lausane, pp.233-250 http://lasur.epfl.ch/revue/A&C%20Vol%203%20No.3/HILLIER_%20BURDETT_PEPONISandPENN.pdf

    1) Peponis J, 1985, “The spatial culture of factories”, Human Relations, v.38, April, New York, London, 357-390 http://hum.sagepub.com/search/results?fulltext=Peponis&submit=yes&journal_set=sphum&src=selected&andorexactfulltext=and&x=18&y=12

    Books

    2) Peponis J, 1997, Descriptions of Space. The architectural formation of meaning. (Athens: Alexandria Editions) 222 pages, 47 illustrations and 38 drawings (b&w) (in Greek). http://www.alexandria-publ.gr/new/book.php?id=167

    1) Hellenic Institute of Architecture (Peponis J, ed.), 1997, Contemporary Industrial Buildings in Greece, (Hellenic Institute of Architecture: Athens 1997). All texts in Greek and English, pp160, 90 photos, 67 drawings. http://www.heliarch.gr/node/173

    Book chapters since 2000

    7) Peponis J, Park J, Feng C, 2016, "The city as an interface of scales: Gangnam Urbanism", in The FAR game. Constraints sparking creativity. Eds S H Kim, E Cinn, K Ahn, S Kim, I Chung, D E Jeong, R Enos (SPACE Books, Seoul) pp 102-111

    6) Peponis J, 2016, "The space syntax of intelligible communities", in Community wayfinding: pathways to understanding Eds R H Hunter, L A Anderson, B L Belza (Springer Nature, Switzerland) pp 35-60

    5) Πεπονής Γ, 2016, "Πώς λειτουργεί ο χώρος του μουσείου σήμερα; " in Θέσεις της μνήμης Eds Π Φωκαΐδης, Α Χρονάκη (Νήσος, Αθήνα) pp 227-239 (Peponis J, 2016, “How does museum space function? In Places of memory Eds P Fokaides, A Chronaki (Nisos, Athens)

    4) Peponis J, 2008, “Plotting the human voice” in Karandinou A, Achtypi A, Giamarelos S (eds) Athens by Sound, Greek Participation, 11th International Architectural Exhibition La Biennale Di Venezia (Athens: Hellenic Ministry of Culture)

    3) Peponis J, Bafna S, Dogan F, Dahabreh S M, 2006, “Presentational symbolic systems and architectural thinking” in Trova V, Manolides C, Papaconstantinou G (eds) Representation as a Vehicle for Architectural Thinking (Athens: School of Architecture of the University of Thessaly and Futura Editions), 40-53 (in Greek)

    2) Peponis J, Wineman J, 2002, “The Spatial Structure of Environment and Behavior” in Bechtel R, Churchman A (eds) Handbook of Environmental Psychology (New York: John Wiley and Sons) 271-291

    1) Peponis J, Karli M, 2001, “Air Terminal, Macedonia Airport”, in Papadopoulos L (ed), Transformations of Urban Landscape: Projects Associated with Thessaloniki, Cultural Capital of Europe, 1997 (Athens: Livanis Publishers), 84-89 (in Greek)

    Publications of architectural work since 2000

    5) Kokkinou-Kourkoulas, 2014, Office Building in Peania, Attika, in Domes, International Review of Architecture, 6, 42-55 (Architects: Kokkinou – Kourkoulas; Consultant Architect: John Peponis – for full credits see publication).

    4) Consultant architect with Maria Kokkinou and Andreas Kourkoulas for the Eurobank office building in Tavros, Athens, Greece. Published in Architecture in Greece, 47, pp 108-111

    3) Consultant architect with Maria Kokkinou and Andreas Kourkoulas for “Shop and Trade”, a mixed used office development in Athens, Greece. Shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival of 2010 and included in the World Building Directory (http://www.worldbuildingsdirectory.com/project.cfm?id=2588 )

    Published on the web-page of Architectural Record under the June 2011 Builting Types Study on Offices: http://archrecord.construction.com/projects/Building_types_study/Office_Buildings/2011/Shop-and-Trade.asp

    Published in Space Magazine 524 July 2011, 48-53 (Seoul, South Korea) http://www.vmspace.com/eng/

    Published in Architecture in Greece, 47, 2013, pp 103-107

    2) Consultant architect with Maria Kokkinou and Andreas Kourkoulas, Benaki Museum at Pireos Street, Casabella 741, February 2006, pp 44-51

    1) Consultant architect with Maria Kokkinou and Andreas Kourkoulas Kourkoulas for multiple works published in the theme issue Architecture in Greece, 38, 62-117: Benaki Museum, Contemporary Cultural Center, 2001-04; Office Building Complex in Maroussi – Athens, 1993-1997; Buildings at the Campus of Komotini University, Competition Second Prize, 1998; National Bank of Greece Office Building, Competition Honourable Mention, 1998; Great Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Competition, 2002.

    Professional journals since 2000

    5) Peponis J, Feng, Chen, 2016, “The open city and the space syntax of good urban life” New Architecture 164 1 42-51(China, in Chinese)

     4) Peponis J, 2011, “Urban Structure and Daily Life in Architectural Form” Space Magazine 524 July 2011, 48-53 (Seoul, South Korea) p.53

    3) Peponis J, 2011, “When are ideas powerful and how?” – Comment, as jury member, on the AthensX4 competition. Athens X 4: Architectural proposals for the city. An ideas Competition.(Athens: Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change - Organization for the Unification of Archaeological Sites and Urban Renewal) (Text in Greek)

    2) Peponis J, 2006, “The city as search engine”, Elelef special issue For the Right to the City, 37-44 (in Greek), 45-50 (in English)

    1) Peponis J, 2004, “Spatial Intentions” Architecture in Greece, 38, 66-67 (a short paper printed as a commentary on the architecture of Kokkinou-Kourkoulas, the subject of this theme issue)(in Greek).

    Book reviews in refereed journals since 2000

    4) Peponis J, 2015, "Building types and built forms" Journal of Urban Design 20 703-706

    3)Peponis J, 2008, “The starting line of architectural conscience” A critique of Panayiotis Tournikiotis, Architecture in the Contemporary Era, in Architecture in Greece 42, 25-26 (In Greek)

    2) Peponis J, 2005, “The house from the point of view of dwelling. A critique of Vrychea A, 2003, “Dwellling and housing” (Athens: Greek Letters), in Architecture in Greece, 39, 47-48 (In Greek)

    1) Peponis J, 2001, “Panayiotis Tournikiotis, The Historiography of Modern Architecture”, The Journal of Architecture, 6, 97-103

    Book reviews on the web since 2000

    Peponis J, “Architecture in Transition”, The Constantinos A. Doxiadis web page:http://www.doxiadis.org/files/pdf/Architecture%20in%20Transition.pdf

    Peponis J, “Ekistics, an Introduction to the Science of Human Settlements”, The Constantinos A. Doxiadis web page: http://www.doxiadis.org/files/pdf/ekistics_book.pdf

    Refereed conference proceedings since 2000

    26) Peponis J, 2013, “Investigative modeling and spatial analysis. A commentary on directions” in Koch D, Carranza P M (eds) Architectural Morphology: Investigative Modeling and Spatial Analysis Research Workshop, KTH: http://archmorphstockholm.se/John%20Peponis%20-%20Investigative%20Modeling%20an%20Spatial%20Analysis.pdf

    25) Ozbil A, Peponis J, 2012, “The effects of urban form on walking to transit” in Greene M, Reyes J, Castro A (eds) Proceedings, Eighth International Space Syntax Symposium (Santiago, Chile: PUC) 8030:1-8030:15 http://www.sss8.cl/media/upload/paginas/seccion/8030_1.pdf 

     24) Bafna S, Losonczi A, Peponis J, 2012, “Perceptual tuning of a simple box” in Greene M, Reyes J, Castro A (eds) Proceedings, Eighth International Space Syntax Symposium (Santiago, Chile: PUC) 8024:1-8024-28 http://www.sss8.cl/media/upload/paginas/seccion/8024_2.pdf

     23) Peponis J, Vialard A, Scoppa M, 2009, “Plan: planning, constitution, change. Measures, networks, and principles” in Constantinos Doxiadis and his work, v.2 (Athens: Technical Chamber of Greece) 183-197

    22) Carpenter A, Peponis J, 2009, “Poverty and connectivity; crossing the tracks” in in Koch D, Marcus L, Steen J (eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium (Stockholm: KTH) 12.1-12.11 http://www.sss7.org/Proceedings/08%20Spatial%20Configuration%20and%20Social%20Structures/012_Carpenter_Peponis.pdf

    21) Haynie D, Peponis J, 2009, “Atlanta: a morphological history” in Koch D, Marcus L, Steen J (eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium (Stockholm: KTH) 87.1-87.13 http://www.sss7.org/Proceedings/05%20Spatial%20Morphology%20and%20Urban%20Growth/087_Haynie_Peponis.pdf

    20) Jiang P, Peponis J, 2009, “Tower Place Drice: A Private Road” in Koch D, Marcus L, Steen J (eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium (Stockholm: KTH) 47.1-47.11 http://www.sss7.org/Proceedings/06%20Urban%20Territoriality%20and%20Private%20and%20Public%20Space/047_Jiang_Peponis.pdf

    19) Lu Y, Peponis J, Zimring C, 2009 “targeted visibility analysis in buildings” in Koch D, Marcus L, Steen J (eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium (Stockholm: KTH) 68.1-68.10 http://www.sss7.org/Proceedings/04%20Building%20Morphology%20and%20Emergent%20Performativity/068_Lu_Peponis_Zimring.pdf

    18) Ozbil A, Peponis J, Bafna S, 2009, “The effects of street configuration on transit ridership” in Koch D, Marcus L, Steen J (eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium (Stockholm: KTH) 84.1-84.8 http://www.sss7.org/Proceedings/05%20Spatial%20Morphology%20and%20Urban%20Growth/084_Ozbil_Peponis_Bafna.pdf

    17) Scoppa M, French S, Peponis J, 2009, “The effects of street connectivity upon the distribution of local vehicular traffic in Metropolitan Atlanta” in Koch D, Marcus L, Steen J (eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium (Stockholm: KTH) 98.1-98.9

    http://www.sss7.org/Proceedings/05%20Spatial%20Morphology%20and%20Urban%20Growth/098_Scoppa_French_Peponis.pdf

    16) Wineman J, Peponis J, Conroy-Dalton R, 2007, “Exploring, Engaging, Understanding in Museums”, in Hölscher C, Conroy Dalton R, Turner A (eds) Space Syntax and Spatial Cognition, Proceedings of the Workshop held in Bremen, 24th September 2006, (Bremen: SFB/TR Monographs) http://www.sfbtr8.uni-bremen.de/papers/Space_alles.pdf

    15) Peponis J, Allen D, Haynie D, Scoppa M, Zhang Z, 2007, “Measuring the configuration of street networks: the spatial profile of 118 urban areas in the 12 most populated metropolitan regions in the US”, in Kubat A S, Ertekin Ö, Güney Y I, Eyüboğlu E (eds): Proceedings, 6th International Space Syntax Symposium (Istanbul: ITU Faculty of Architecture) 2-1 – 2-14 http://www.spacesyntaxistanbul.itu.edu.tr/papers/longpapers/002%20-%20Peponis%20Allen%20Haynie%20Scoppa%20Zhang.pdf

    14) Peponis J, Allen D, French S, Scoppa M, Brown JU, 2007, “Street connectivity and urban density: spatial measures and their correlation”, in Kubat A S, Ertekin Ö, Güney Y I, Eyüboğlu E (eds): Proceedings, 6th International Space Syntax Symposium (Istanbul: ITU Faculty of Architecture) 4 -1 – 4-12 http://www.spacesyntaxistanbul.itu.edu.tr/papers/longpapers/004%20-%20Peponis%20Allen%20French%20Scoppa%20Brown.pdf

    13) Özbil A, Peponis J, 2007, “Modeling Street Connectivity and Pedestrian Movement According to Standard GIS Street Network Representations” in Kubat A S, Ertekin Ö, Güney Y I, Eyüboğlu E (eds): Proceedings, 6th International Space Syntax Symposium (Istanbul: ITU Faculty of Architecture) 18-1 – 18-9 http://www.spacesyntaxistanbul.itu.edu.tr/papers/longpapers/018%20-%20Ozbil%20Peponis.pdf

    12) Zamani P, Peponis J, 2007, “Radical Discontinuity or Variations on a Theme? The Recent History of the High Museum of Art”, in Kubat A S, Ertekin Ö, Güney Y I, Eyüboğlu E (eds): Proceedings, 6th International Space Syntax Symposium (Istanbul: ITU Faculty of Architecture) 71-1 – 71-13 http://www.spacesyntaxistanbul.itu.edu.tr/papers/longpapers/071%20-%20Zamani%20Peponis.pdf

    11) Jiang P, Peponis J, 2005, "Historic and emergent urban centers in the Metropolitan Atlanta Region: spatial dynamics and morphogenesis", in Ness A (ed), Proceedings, 5th International Symposium on Space Syntax, Delft University of Technology, Vol I, 283-294 http://www.spacesyntax.tudelft.nl/media/Long%20papers%20I/pengjiangpeponis.pdf

    10) Peponis J, Bellal T, 2005, "In Fallingwater: spatial structure at the scale of quasi-synchronic perception", in Ness A (ed), Proceedings, 5th International Symposium on Space Syntax, Delft University of Technology, Vol I, 65-81 http://www.spacesyntax.tudelft.nl/media/Long%20papers%20I/peponis.pdf

    9) Shpuza E, Peponis J, 2005, "Floorplate shapes and office layouts", in Ness A (ed), Proceedings, 5th International Symposium on Space Syntax, Delft University of Technology, Vol II, 89-102 http://www.spacesyntax.tudelft.nl/media/longpapers2/ermalshpuzapeponis.pdf

    8) Stavroulaki G, Peponis J, 2005, "Seen in a different light: Icons in Byzantine museums and churches", in Ness A (ed), Proceedings, 5th International Symposium on Space Syntax, Delft University of Technology, Vol II, 251-263) http://www.spacesyntax.tudelft.nl/media/longpapers2/giannastavroulaki.pdf

    7) Dalton N, Peponis J, Conroy-Dalton R, 2003, “To tame a TIGER one has to know its nature: Extending Weighted Angular Integration Analysis for the description of GIS road center-line data for large scale urban analysis”, Fourth International Space Syntax Symposium, University College London (ed Julienne Hanson), London UK, 65.1-65.10 http://217.155.65.93:81/symposia/SSS4/fullpapers/65Dalton-Peponispaper.pdf

    6) He W, Peponis J, 2003, “Modalities of poetic syntax in the work of Hejduk”, Fourth International Space Syntax Symposium, University College London (ed Julienne Hanson), London UK, 30.1-30.16

    http://217.155.65.93:81/symposia/SSS4/fullpapers/30He-Peponispaper.pdf

    5) Peponis J, Conroy-Dalton R, Wineman J, Dalton N, 2003, “Path, theme and narrative in open plan exhibition settings”, Fourth International Space Syntax Symposium, University College London (ed Julienne Hanson), London UK, 29.1-29.20 http://217.155.65.93:81/symposia/SSS4/fullpapers/29_Peponis.pdf

    4) Peponis J, Karadima C, Bafna S, 2003, “On the formulation of spatial meaning in architectural design”, Fourth International Space Syntax Symposium, University College London (ed Julienne Hanson), London UK, 2.1-2.20 http://217.155.65.93:81/symposia/SSS4/fullpapers/02Peponispaper.pdf

    3) Spanou I, Peponis J, 2003, “Architectural atmosphere and the spatially situated body”, Fourth International Space Syntax Symposium, University College London (ed Julienne Hanson), London UK, 60.1-60.14 http://217.155.65.93:81/symposia/SSS4/fullpapers/60Spanou-Peponispaper.pdf

    2) Stavroulaki G, Peponis J, 2003, “The spatial construction of seeing at Castelvecchio”, Fourth International Space Syntax Symposium, University College London (ed Julienne Hanson), London UK, 66.1-66.14 http://217.155.65.93:81/symposia/SSS4/fullpapers/66Stavroulaki-Peponis.pdf

    1) Peponis J, Wineman J and Bafna S (eds) 2001, Proceedings, 3rd International Symposium on Space Syntax, (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning). This includes Peponis J, 2001, “Interacting Questions and Descriptions”, xiii-xxvi

    Newspaper articles since 2000

    3) Peponis, J. 2010, “Le Corbusier’s mind” Kathimerini, 11 December, Arts and Culture, p. 4, (Book review for Tournikiotis, Panayiotis, 2010, Le Corbusier’s Diagonal (Athens: Pendulum Editions) (in Greek) http://news.kathimerini.gr/4dcgi/_w_articles_civ_2_11/12/2010_425451

    2) Peponis J, 2010, “Museums as stage sets: how does architecture guide perception?” Kathimerini, 18 September, Arts and Culture p.4 (in Greek – Kathimerini is a major daily newspaper) (Book review for: Tzortzi K, 2010, The architecture of museum space” (Athens: Kaleidoscope Editions)) (in Greek) http://news.kathimerini.gr/4dcgi/_w_articles_civ_2_18/09/2010_415373

    1) Peponis J, 2001, “Relations of Symmetry – Dialogue with the projects and buildings of Swiss Architect Mario Botta” [book review for Irene Sakellaridou, 2001, Mario Botta: Architectural Poetics (London: Thames and Hudson)], Sunday Vima, 19 Aug 2001, (section on books). (in Greek) http://www.tovima.gr/default.asp?pid=2&ct=47&artid=136053&dt=19/08/2001

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    PhD dissertations supervised

    20) Haynie, Dawn (2016): Assessing measures of street connectivity. A comparative study of the largest American cities (Committee members: Dr. Sonit Bafna, Dr. Steve French, Professor Ellen Dunham Jones. External Examiner: Dr. Saif Haq, Texas Tech)

    Present Position: Assistant Professor, Georgia State University, Atlanta

    19) Zook, Julie (2016): The flow of city life: an analysis of cinematography and urban form in New York and Los Angeles (Committee members: Dr. Sonit Bafna, Dr. Nancey Green Leigh. External Examiners: Dr. Patrick Keating, Trinity University, TX and Dr. Daniel Koch, KHT)

    Present Position: Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX

    18) Alice Vialard (2013): A Typology of Block faces (Committee members: Dr. Sonit Bafna, Professor of the Practice David Green. External examiners: Professor Philip Steadman, University College London; Dr. Emily Talen, Arizona State University)

    Present position: Senior Lecturer, University of Northumbria

    17) Martin Scoppa (2012): Towards a Theory of Distributed Attraction: The effect of street network configuration upon the distribution of retail in the City of Buenos Aires (Committee members: Dr. Steve French, Dr. Sonit Bafna. External Examiners: Dr. Anne Vernez Moudon, University of Washington, Seattle; Dr. Lars Marcus, KTH, Stockholm)

    Present position: Post-doctoral fellow, Singapore University of Technology and Design and MIT  

    16) Yi Lu (2011): Directed Visibility Analysis: Three case studies on the relationship between building layout, perception and behavior (Committee members: Dr. Sonit Bafna, Dr. Craig Zimring; External Examiners: Dr. Sophia Psarra, University College London; Professor Michael Benedikt, University of Texas, Austin)

    Present position: Visiting Assistant Professor, Division of Building Science and Technology, City University of Hong Kong.

    15) Ayse Ozbil (2010): Walking to the station: the effects of urban form on walkability and transit ridership (Committee members: Dr. Sonit Bafna, Dr. Michael Meyer, Dr. Catherine Ross; External Examiners: Dr. Susan Handy, U California Davis, Dr. Darçın Akin, Gebze Yüksek Teknoloji Enstitüsü)

    Present position: Assistant Professor, Department ofArchitecture, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Özyeğin University, Istanbul, Turkey.

    14) Peng Jiang (2009): Dense urbanism at the old edge: conflict and reconciliation of streets and buildings (Committee members: Doug Allen, Mike Dobbins, Dr. Sonit Bafna; External Examiner Dr. Jean Wineman, U. Michigan)

    Present Position: Associate and Director of Planning H & S International LLC

    13) Pegah Zamani (2008): Views across boundaries and groupings across categories: the morphology of display in the galleries of the High Museum of Art 1983-2003 (Committee members: Dr. Sonit Bafna, Dr. Ellen Do; External Examiners: Dr. Kenneth Knoespel, Dr. David Brenneman)

    Present position: Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, Kennesaw State University, Atlanta, GA, USA. 

    12) Saleem Mokbel Dahabreh (2006): The formulation of design: the case of the Islip Courthouse by Richard Meier (Committee members: Dr. Sonit Bafna, Dr. Thanos Economou; Dr. Craig Zimring; External Examiners: Dr. Jean Wineman)

    Present position: Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture Engineering, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan

    11) Ermal Shpuza (2005): Floorplate Shapes and Office Layouts: A model of the effect of floorplate on circulation integration (Committee members: Dr. Sonit Bafna and Dr. Ruth Conroy Dalton; External Examiners, Dr. Frank Duffy and Professor Philip Steadman)

    Present position: Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, Kennesaw State University, Atlanta, GA, USA

    10) Weiling He (2005): Flatness transformed and otherness embodied, a study of John Hejduk’s Diamond Museum and Wall House 2 across the media of painting, poetry, architectural drawing and architectural space. (Committee members: Dr. Kenneth Koespel, Dr. Sonit Bafna. External Examiners: Dr. David Shapiro and Dr. Sophia Psarra).

    Present position: Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, College of Architecture, University of Texas A&M, College Station, TX, USA http://archone.tamu.edu/faculty/whe/ 

    9) Sonit Bafna (2001): A Morphology of Intentions. An Interpretation of Mies van der Rohe’s Residential Designs. (Committee members: Dr. Ronald Lewcock; Professor Charles Eastman; Dr. Thanos Economou. External Examiners: Professor Michael Baxandall, Berkeley; Professor Philip Steadman, University College London)

    Present position: Associate Professor, School of Architecture, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA http://www.arch.gatech.edu/people/sonit-bafna 

    8) Aarati Kanekar (2000): The Geometry of Love and the Topography of Fear. On translation and metamorphosis from poem to building. (Examiners: Dr. Richard Martin, Professor of Classics, Stanford University; Professor Thomas Schumacher, Architecture, University of Maryland. Advisory Committee Members: Dr. Kenneth Knoespel, Language, Culture and Communication, Georgia tech; Dr. Ronald Lewcock, GIT)

    Present position: Associate Professor, School of Architecture and Interior Design, DAAP, University of Cincinnati, OH, USA http://www.daap.uc.edu/people/profiles/kanekaa

    7) Abdulgader Amir (1998): The Spatial Logic of Pedestrian Movement and Exploration in the Central Area of Jeddah: The Effect of Spatial Configuration on Shopping Behaviors. (Examiners: Dr. AlSayyad, University of California at Berkeley, Alan Penn, Senior Lecturer, University College London, Dr. Jean Wineman. Advisory committee:  Dr. Ron Lewcock, Dr. Craig Zimring)

    Present position: Assistant Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning, College of Environmental Design, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia http://faculty.kfupm.edu.sa/ARCH/aamir/ 

    6) Mahbub Rashid (1998): On the Configurational Studies of Building Plans from the Viewpoint of a Situated Observer. (Examiners: Professor Bill Hillier, University of London; Professor Lionel March, UCLA. Advisory Committee: Dr. Ron Lewcock; Dr. Jean Wineman)

    Present position: Professor, School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, USA http://www.saud.ku.edu/architecture/people/faculty/mahbubrashid 

    5) Sung Hong Kim (1995): Visual and Spatial Metaphors of Shop Architecture. (Examiners: Professor Anthony Vidler, Director, Dpt History of Art, UCLA; Dr. Kenneth Knoespel, Director, Language Culture and Communication, GIT. Advisory Committee: Dr. R. Lewcock, Dr. J.  Wineman)

    Present position: Professor, School Head, School of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, The University of Seoul, Seoul, South Korea http://archurban.maru.net 

    4) Frieda Peatross (1994): The Spatial Dimensions of Control in Restricted Settings . (Examiners: Professor Bill Hillier, University College London, Mark Goldman, Director of Planning, Rosser International. Advisory Committee: Dr. Ronald Lewcock, (GIT), Dr. Craig Zimring, (GIT))

    Present position: Senior Project Consultant, Gleeds, Atlanta, GA, USA

    3) Uriel Abraham Levi (1993): The Spatial Logic of Animal Culture: Implications for Bioexhibit Design . (Examiners: Dr C. Zimring (GIT), Dr. E. Stevens (Zoo Atlanta). Advisory Committe: Dr. J. Wineman, (GIT), Dr. D. Forthman (Zoo Atlanta))

    2) Yaldiz Yehya Eid (1992): Bi-polarity and Interface in the Spatial Organization of Cairo Apartments. (Examiners: Dr. C. Zimring (GIT), Dr. C. Hill (Chair, Anthropology, Georgia State University). Advisory Committee: Dr. J. Wineman (GIT), Dr. R. Lewcock, (GIT))

    Present position: Assistant Professor, Zagazig University, Cairo, Egypt

    1) Yoon Kyung Choi (1991): The Structure of Exploration and Encounter in Museum  Layouts.  (Examiners: Dr. M. Anderson (Director, Emory University Museum of Art and Archaeology), Ms Harvey (Manager of Exhibition, the High Museum of Art), Dr. J. Hanson (The Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, University College London). Advisory Committee: Dr. J. Wineman (GIT), Dean W. Fash (GIT))

    Present position:  Professor, College of Engineering, Chung Ang University, Seoul, South Korea

    PhD dissertations committee member

    18) Sang Woo Lee, 2016, Metropolitan housing market restructuring and implications for poverty deconcentration: the effects of foreclosures on the spatial distribution of housing choice voucher residences (Advisor Dr. Dan Immergluck)

    17) Hoyoung Kim, 2015, Conceptual Expression and Depictive Opacity (Advisor: Sonit Bafna)

    16) Ann Carpenter, 2013, Resilience in the Social and Physical Realms: Lessons from the Gulf Coast (Advisor: Dr. Michael Elliott)

    15) Jin Kook Lee, 2010, Building Environment Rule and Analysis (BERA) Language (Advisor: Chuck Eastman)

    14) Jae Min Lee, 2010, Automatic Checking of Circulation Requirements under Design Development Phases (Advisor: Chuck Eastman)

    13) Arief Setiawan, 2009,  Modernity in architecture in relation to context (Advisor: Dr Ron Lewcock)

    12) mario Romero, 2009, Supporting Human Interpretation and Analysis of Activity Capture through Overhead Video (Advisor: Dr Gregory Aboud)

    11) Deborah Anntoinette Middleton, 2009, Growth and Expansion in Post-War Design Strategies: C. A. Doxiadis and the First Strategic Plan for Riyardh, Saudi Arabia (1968-1972) (Advisor: Professor Richard Dagenhart)

    10) Edward Din, 2008, Emergent Symmetries: A Group Theoretic Analysis of an exemplar of late modernism: the Smith house by Richard Meier (Advisor: Dr. Athanasios Economou)

    9) Gayle Nicoll, 2006, Taking the stairs: Physical environmental features that explain why people use stairs in 3 to 4 story academic workplace buildings (Advisor: Dr. Craig Zimring)

    8) Jane Wolford, 2004, Architectural Contextualism in the Twentieth Century, with Particular Reference to the Architects E. Fay Jones and John Carl Warnecke (Advisors: Ron Lewcock and Robert Craig)

    7) Samiran Chanchani, 2002, Architecture/Institutions: The Central Public Library in America, 1887-1925 (Advisor: Professor Ron Lewcock)

    6) Saif-ul-Haq, 2001, Complex Architectural Settings: an investigation of spatial and cognitive variables through wayfinding behavior (Advisor: Dr. Craig Zimring)

    5) Margaret Gilchrist Serrato, 2001, Building Based Communication Research (Advisor: Dr. Jean Wineman)

    4) Ameen Farooq, 1999: Social and Spatial Implications of Community Based residential Environments on Crime in Urban Settings.  (Advisor Larry Keating).

    3) Seung Koo Jo, 1996: The Balance Between Pedestrian and Vehicular Movement in Relation to Street Configuration. (Advisor Doug Allen).

    2) Michel Lincourt, 1995:  In Search of Elegance . (Advisor Jean Wineman).

    1) Bettye Rose Connell, 1992: 'Elopement' Opportunities Among Dementia Patients in Nursing Homes: Architectural Considerations. (Advisor John Archea).

    PhD dissertations supervised at the National Technical University of Athens

    2) Maria Moira, 2011, “The indiscernible city of Herakleion: representations of the city in literature at a time of transition” (Committee members: Dr. Andreas Kourkoulas, NTUA; Dr. George Parmenidis, NTUA; Examiners: Dr. Zisis Kotionis, University of Thessaly at Volos;  Dr. Nelly Marda, NTUA; Dr. Petros Martinidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; Dr. Stavros Stavridis, NTUA)

    1) Ioanna Stavroulaki, 2008, “The spatial construction of museum meaning: the re-contextualization of “The Wisdom of God” from Hagia Sophia, Thessaloniki, to the Museum of Byzantine Culture, Thessaloniki” (Committee members: Dr. Andreas Kourkoulas and Dr. Georgios Parmenidis; examiners: Dr. Alexandra Bounia, University of the Aegean, Paraskeui Babalou-Noukaki NTUA, Georgios Makris, NTUA, Dr. Iakovos Potamianos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)

     

    International PhD dissertation examiner

    27) Barton, Kevin, 2015, Testing the spatial affordance hypothesis: Evidence from factor analysis, mathematical models and behavioral analysis (University of Waterloo, Ontario, CA. Advisor: Dr. Colin Ellard)

    26) Hwang, Yongha, 2014, "Essays on analytic methods for the micro-geography of the workplace" (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Advisor: Dr Jean Wineman)

    25) Homeira Shayesteh, 2013, "Typo-morphological Approach to Housing Transformation in Tehran" (University College London: Advisor: Professor Philip Steadman)

    24)  Papadias A, 2012, “Futuristic design, 1945-1990” (National Technical University of Athens: Advisor: Dr. George Parmenides)

    23) Rodrigo Mora, 2009, “The cognitive roots of space syntax” (University College London: Advisor: Dr. Ruth Conroy Dalton)

    22) Costis Velonis, 2008, Habitation in Modern and Contemporary Sculpture (National Technical University of Athens: Advisor: Dr Panayiotis Tournikiotis)

    21) Lucas Figueiredo, 2009, “Continuity Lines: Network analysis in urban morphology” (University College London. Advisor: Mike Batty)

    20) Evagelia Tsilika, 2008, “The relationship of Surface-Depth and the way of the mask in the architecture of the 20th century: the case of Marcel Breuer” (National Technical University of Athens. Advisor: Dr. Panayiotis Tournikiotis)

    19) Kali Tzortzi, 2007, The Interaction Between Building Layout and Display Layout in Museums, (University College London. Advisor: Bill Hillier)

    18) I Primali D H Paranagamage, 2006, Changing Boundaries and Meanings of the Home: A case study of middle class houses in Sri Lanka (University College London. Advisor: Julienne Hanson)

    17) Mir Azimzadeh, 2003: Evolving Urban Culture in Transforming Cities (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg. Advisors: Bjorn Klarqvist and Hans Bjur)

    16) Anna-Johanna Klasande, 2003, Suburban Navigation: a study of hidden and visual features in urban design (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg. Advisor: Hans Bjur)

    15) Constatntinos M Polyoudakis, 2003: The Phenomenological Basis of Architecture (National Technical University of Athens, Advisor Iosif Stefanou)

    14) Hadjichristos Christakis Antonakis, 2002, The Roles of the Architect and Client in the Production of the Contemporary Cypriot House as a Social and Cultural Entity (University College London. Advisor: Dr. Julienne Hanson)

    13) Constatinos Deligiannidis, 2001, Descriptions of Domestic Space in Greece 1950-70, According to Μiddle Class Models as Documented and Projected by Greek Cinema (National Technical University of Athens. Advisor: Professor Georges Parmenides).

    12) Zoi Georgiadou, 2001, The Spatial Morphology of Buildings for Child Care: The Spatial Dimensions of Social Co-presence and Patterns of Control (National Technical University of Athens. Advisor: Professor Solon Xenopoulos)

    11) Zafos Xagoraris, 2000, Techniques of Surprise and the Construction of Miracles in the Work of Heron of Alexandria (National Technical University of Athens, Advisor Dr. George Parmenidis)

    10) Eman A Farah, 2000, House Form and Social Norma. A Spatial Analysis of DomesticArchitecture in Wad Nubbawi, Sudan (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. Advisor Professor Bjorn Klarqvist).

    9) Lars Marcus, 2000, Architectural Knowledge and Urbanity - Studies on the Functional Performance of Urban Areas (Royal Institute of Technology - KTH, Stockholm, Sweden. Advisor Dr. Jesper Steen)

    8) Young Ook Kim, 1999: Spatial configuration, Spatial Cognition and Spatial Behavior: The Role of Architectural Intelligibility in Shaping Spatial Experience.  (University College London, Advisor Alan Penn)

    7) Farida Nilufar, 1997: The Spatial and Social Structuring of Local Areas in Dhaka City - A Morphological Study of the Urban Grid with Reference to Neighborhood Character within Naturally Grown Areas. (University College London, Advisor Julienne Hanson).

    6) Sophia Psarra, 1997:  Geometrical Walks in Architectural Space - The synchronous order of geometry and the sequential experience of space. (University College London, Advisor Julienne Hanson)

    5) Zisis Kotionis, 1993: The Question of Origin in the Work of Dimitris Pikionis, with special reference to landscape design at the Acropolis of Athens . (National Technical University of Athens. Advisor Ioannis Liapis)

    4) Ye Min, Space and Use: A Study of the Built Neighborhoods. 1992 (Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden. Advisor Bjorn Klarqvist)

    3) Douglas Vieira de Aguiar, 1991: Grid Configuration and Land Use: A Syntactic Study of Porto Alegre (Brazil). (University College London. Advisor Bill Hillier)

    2) Michael Jones, 1989, Models for Educating Architects in this Century and the Next, GIT

    1) Marjanna Berg, 1987, Spatial Aspects of Social Organization, an Analysis of Day Care Centers (Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden. Advisor Bjorn Klarqvist)

    Current PhD students

    • Chen Feng

     

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    <![CDATA[Ada Gavrilovska]]> 27154 Ada Gavrilovska completed her Ph.D. in the Systems Research Group, College of Computing, at Georgia Institute of Technology, working under the direction of Dr. Karsten Schwan. Her interests include conducting experimental systems research, specifically addressing high-performance applications on distributed heterogeneous platforms, and focusing on topics that range from operating and distributed systems, to programmable network devices and active networking, to active and adaptive middleware. She has a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University Sts. Cyril and Methodius, in Skopje, Macedonia, and a M.S. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. She is currently a Research Scientist/Instructor at the Center of Experimental Research in Computer Systems, at the College of Computing at Georgia Tech.

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    <![CDATA[Daniel Davis]]> 28816 Dr. Daniel Davis, Director of Cities and Spaces Research

    At WeWork Daniel leads a team of researchers investigating how people are affected by architectural spaces and the cities they form. In particular he is interested in the way that workplaces can be designed to enhance people’s happiness, productivity, and connection to their community. Daniel originally trained as an architect in New Zealand and later did a PhD in computational design at RMIT University in Australia. He has previously published articles in Architect Magazine, AD, and ArchDaily, as well as in books such as the ‘Thought Leaders of BIM’ (2014). For the past 7 years he has been part of the design team working to complete Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Família. 

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    <![CDATA[Lisa Lim]]> 28816 Lisa Lim is a designer and researcher in architecture with academic and practical backgrounds. Lisa is currently pursuing her doctorate in the Architecture, Culture, & Behavior concentration, under the guidance of Prof Craig Zimring. Her primary focus is providing better environments with the emphasis on users, dwellers of the space. She is interested in how spatial layouts can support individual experience and organizational outcomes and how designers can provide such environments. Lisa explores links between spatial layouts and individual experience or organizational outcomes in various settings including healthcare.
    Her current research interests are workspace design for organizational outcomes, cross-cultural design considerations, and visual environment/relationship analyses. She is deeply engaged in the healthcare field by participating in various research projects such as design exploration for improving staff collaboration and patient experience in Patient Centered Medical Home, ICU/NICU room evaluation for user experience, and spatial layout analyses for design considerations.
    She received a B.A. and an M.S. in architecture from Seoul National University in South Korea and anticipates receiving her Ph.D. in architecture from Georgia Tech in 2017.

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    <![CDATA[Henrik I. Christensen]]> 27154 Henrik I. Christensen is the KUKA Chair of Robotics in the School of Interactive Computing and executive director of the Institute for Robotics & Intelligent Machines.

    Christensen received his first degree in mechanical engineering and subsequently received M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from Aalborg University in Denmark. His research focuses on human centered robotics, specifically perception, human-robot interaction, and systems modeling. A large number of companies have commercialized his research and he has maintained active collaborations with researchers and companies across three continents. Christensen also serves as an advisor to numerous companies and agencies across the world.

    The author of more than 300 contributions in the areas of computer vision, artificial intelligence, and computer vision, Christensen held positions at Aalborg University, Royal Institute of Technology, and the University of Pennsylvania before joining the Georgia Tech faculty.

    Additionally, Christensen was the founder of the European Network of Excellence in Robotics (1999-2006), and in 2011, he founded the U.S. Robotics Virtual Organization. He was the coordinator of the effort to formulate a National Robotics roadmap, which was presented to congress in 2009 and 2013.

    Christensen serves on seven editorial boards across the areas of computer vision and robotics. He is the editor in chief of Robotics and Trends in Robotics and serves as the senior technology lead for the Robotics Technology Consortium (RTC). He is also a member on the boards of the Robot Industry Association (RIA) and the College Industry Council for Material Handling Industry Education (CICHME).

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    <![CDATA[Young Mi Choi]]> 27215 Young Mi Choi's Detailed CV (download)

    Dr. Young Mi Choi is an Assistant Professor in the School of Industrial Design at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She received B.F.A. and M.I.D. degrees in Industrial Design from Sook-Myung Women’s University and M.S. and Ph.D. from Georgia Tech. Her teaching and research activities focus on applying evidence based design in innovation and creativity. Her research interests are focused on topics related to the roles played by users, industrial designers, engineers and marketers during the process of creating new products and assistive technologies. Current projects are focused on understanding the validity of usability evaluations based on design representation along with how input is applied by the designer to produce better design decisions and improved products. These have included development of augmented reality and tangible augmented reality as design evaluation tools to asses usability and the human factors and ergonomics aspects of products to both better inform designers and communicate more effectively with end users. New approaches have been applied in research collaborations funded through the National Science Foundation (NSF) and industry collaborations such as with LG Electronics USA. In class applications have been funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) and the Shepherd Center. She has received the National Science Foundation ADVANCE Program Women of Excellence Award, College of Design.

    Educational Background

    2009 – Ph.D., Architecture (Industrial Design) – Georgia Institute of Technology

            Minor emphasis - Marketing Management

    2002 – M.Sc., Industrial Design - Georgia Institute of Technology

    2000 – M.I.D., Industrial (Product and Space) Design – Sook-Myung Women’s University

    1998 – B.F.A., Industrial (Product) Design – Sook-Myung Women’s University

     

    Professional Experience

    Georgia Institute of Technology,Atlanta, Georgia

    Time & Space Tech, Seoul, South Korea 

     

    Professional Qualification

    South Korea national technical qualification holder of Industrial Engineer Product Design        

    Qualification Certificate Number:  97408010039G

     

    Fields

    New Product Innovation

    Marketing Management

    Assistive Technology

    Universal Design

    Human Factors and Ergonomics

    User Needs/Usability

    ]]> Mike Alberghini 1 1291108982 2010-11-30 09:23:02 1471988681 2016-08-23 21:44:41 0 0 profile improving product design processes and methods; satisfaction of end user needs; design in multifunctional environments; design of assistive technologies; human factors/ergonomics and usability

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    Grants and Contracts


    As Principal Investigator

    • Title of Project: Discovery of User Needs and Preferences for Information and Communication Technologies: Priority Needs and Access Issues

    Agency/Company: National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR)

    Role: PI

    Period of Contract:  January 1, 2016 - October 1, 2016

     

    • Title of Project: Project T3 Building Research and Design Capacity

    Agency/Company: Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) for Wireless Technologies

    Role: Industrial Design Faculty Advisor

    Period of Contract: 2014, 2015                                     

     

    • Title of Project: Textbook Transformation

    Agency/Company: Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG)

    Role: PI

    Collaborator: Cathy Carpenter                                                 

    Period of Contract: September 30, 2014 - June 1, 2015

     

    • Title of Project: Travel Innovation

    Agency/Company: Jeju Air, South Korea  

    Role: PI

    Period of Contract: September 15, 2014 - August 1, 2015

                                        

    • Title of Project: Open Academic Environment

    Agency/Company: Office of Educational Technology        

    Role: PI

    Period of Contract: August 15,2014 - May 30, 2015

     

    • Title of Project: Open Academic Environment

    Agency/Company: Office of Educational Technology        

    Role: PI

    Period of Contract: August 15,2015 - May 30, 2016

     

    • Title of Project: Open Innovation on Home Entertainment

    Agency/Company: LG Electronics, USA

    Role: PI

    Period of Contract: July 1, 2014 - September 2, 2014         

     

    • Title of Project: Improving Validity of Stakeholder Input in Product Design (IRB Protocol H13501)

    Agency/Company: Georgia Tech Foundation

    Role: PI

    Period of Contract: July 1, 2013-June 30, 2014

     

    • Title of Project: Assessing a flipped class in teaching human factors (IRB Protocol H13522)

    Agency/Company: Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) - Class of 1969 Teaching Scholar                                

    Role: PI

    Period of Contract: Jan 1, 2014 - May 15, 2014

     

    • Title of Project: Utilization of research by undergraduate design students to find solutions to unfamiliar design problems (IRB Protocol H13058)

    Agency/Company: Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) - Class of 1969 Teaching Scholar

    Role: PI

    Period of Contract: Jan 1, 2013  - May 15, 2013     

     

    As Co-Principal Investigator

    • Title of Project: Feasibility and Usability Assessment of an Intraoral Inconspicuous Control Surface 

    Agency/Company: NSF

    Role: Co-PI

    Collaborators: Maysam Ghovanloo

    Period of Contract: Sept. 15, 2013 - Aug. 31, 2016

     

    • Title of Project: An Ecosystem for Objectively Monitoring and Improving Medication Adherence

    Agency/Company: IPaT-CHOA Seed Grant Program

    Role: Co-PI

    Collaborators: Maysam Ghovanloo, Mark Braunstein, Shiri Deshpande, Brandon Aylward, Roshan George, William Mahle

    Period of Contract: Aug. 15, 2013 - Aug. 14, 2014


    Journals

    • Choi, Y.M. (2016). " Variability of Usability Evaluations Based on Design Representation." Design Science. [Accepted, pending publication]
    • Choi, Y.M., Li, J. (2016). "Usability Evaluation of a New Text Input Method for Smart TV." Journal of Usability Studies. 11(3), 110-123.
    • Choi, Y.M., Zhang, L. (2015). "Student Perspectives on Fabrication Methods and Design Outcomes" Archives of Design Research.  28(4), 49-61.
    • Choi, Y.M. (2015). "Utilizing End User Input in Early Product Development." Procedia Manufacturing.  3(1), 2244-2250.
    • Choi, Y.M. (2015). "Comparison of Grip and Pinch Strength in Adults with Dexterity Limitations to Normative Values."  Procedia Manufacturing . 3(1), 5326-5333.
    • Choi, Y.M., Eiring, S., Ghovanloo, M. (2015). "Privacy in Medication Adherence and Personal Emergency Response Systems" International Journal of Design and Society. 8(2), 17-23.
    • Choi, Y.M. (2014). "The Costs and Benefits of User Input in the Design Process: A Practical Guide for Assistive Technology Device" Archives of Design Research.  27(3), 17-35.      
    • Choi, Y.M., Ghovanloo, M. (2013). "Challenges to a Persistent Medication Adherence Monitoring System for Seniors" Journal of Neuroscience and Neuroengineering. 2(3), 1-5.
    • Choi, Y.M. (2011). “Managing Input During Assistive Technology Product Design.” Assistive Technology. 23(2), 65-75.  
    • Choi, Y.M., Sprigle S. (2011). “Approaches for Evaluating Usability of Assistive Technology Product Prototypes.”  Assistive Technology. 23(1), 36-41.   


    Book Chapters

    • Choi, Y.M. (2014). User Capabilities vs. Device Task Demands in a Tape Dispenser Product for Persons with Limited Dexterity. Inclusive Designing: Joining Usability, Accessibility, and Inclusion.  Eds: Langdon, P.M., Lazar, J., Heylighen, A., Dong, H. London, Springer.
    • Choi, Y.M., D. Sabata, et al. (2008). Building a Consumer Network to Engage Users with Disabilities. Designing Inclusive Futures. Eds: Langdon, P.M., Callahan, J., Robinson, P. London, Springer.  


    Conferences

    • Wilson, W., Choi, Y.M., Jones, B. (2016).Teaching Universal Design in the Early Stages of a Design Curriculum: Involving End Users in a Student Project.  Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA) International Conference, Detroit, MI, August 17-20, 2016. [accepted, to be presented]

    • Elliyoun. O., Choi, Y.M. (2016).  "Design and Evaluation of a Universally Accessible Academic Registration Portal"  7th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE).  July 27-31, 2016, Orlando, Fl. 
    • Joshi, T., Choi, Y.M. "Improving Registration Experience for Blind and Visually Impaired Users "  7th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE).  July 27-31, 2016, Orlando, Fl.
    •  Wu, X., Choi, Y. M., Fenlason, C. (2015). Utilizing Smart Phones to Improve the Effectiveness of University Students' Collaborative Work. In DS82: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education (E&PDE15), Great Expectations: Design Teaching, Research & Enterprise. Loughborough, UK, September 3-4, 2015. 
    • Choi, Y.M., Mittal, S. (2015). "Exploring Benefits of Using Augmented Reality for Usability"  In DS 90-4 Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED 15) Vol 4: Design for X, Design to X, pp. 101-110. Milan, Italy, July 27-30, 2015. 
    • Wu, X., Choi, Y.M., Ghovanloo, M. (2015). "Design and Fabricate Neckwear to Improve the Elderly Patients' Medical Compliance", pp. 222-234.  In J. Zhou, G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population: Design for Everyday Life.  First International Conference, ITAP 2015 Held as Part of HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2-7, 2015, Proceedings (Vol. 9194). Springer.  (Accept rate 34%).
    • Zhang, X., Choi, Y.M. (2015). "Applying Tangible Augmented Reality in Usability Evaluation." pp. 88-94.  In R. Shumaker & S. Lackey (Eds.), Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality.  17th International Conference, HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2-7, 2015, Proceedings (Vol. 9179). Springer.
    • Yang, T., Choi, Y.M. (2015). "Study on The Design Characteristics of Head Mounted Displays (HMD) For Use in Guided Repair and Maintenance". pp. 535-543. In R. Shumaker & S. Lackey (Eds.), Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality.  17th International Conference, HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2-7, 2015, Proceedings (Vol. 9179). Springer. 
    • Zhang, L., Choi, Y. M. (2015). " A Study the Interactive Application in Aquarium Exhibit." pp. 549-559.  In M. Kurosu (Ed.), Human-Computer Interaction: Users and Contexts. 17th International Conference, HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2-7, 2015, Proceedings (Vol. 9171). Springer.
    • Li, M., Choi, Y.M. (2015). "An Exploration of Mobile Collaborative Authoring Solutions". pp. 97-105.  In P. Zaphiris, A. Ioannou (Eds.), Learning and Collaboration Technologies. Second International Conference, LCT 2015, Held as Part of HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2-7, 2015, Proceedings (Vol. 9192). Springer. 
    • Li, J., Choi, Y.M. (2015). "Comparing and Exploring New Text Entry and Edit Methods for Smart TV " pp. 680-683.  In C. Stephanidis (Ed.), HCI International 2015 -  Posters' Extended Abstracts.  International Conference, HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2-7, 2015, Proceedings (Vol. 529). Springer.
    • Wu, X., Choi, Y.M. (2014). Testing the cognitive load of gesture interaction on drivers when performing tertiary tasks.  In N. Stanton, S. Landry, G. Bucchianico, A. Vallicelli(Eds.), Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation Part 1, pp. 575-581. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2014). Krakow, Poland, July 19-23, 2014.
    • Purdy, T. G., Choi, Y. M. (2014, April). Enhancing augmented reality for use in product design. In CHI'14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. pp. 1303-1308. ACM. (Accept rate 23%.)
    • Zhang, L., Choi, Y.M. (2014).  Study of Fabrication Methods and Design Outcomes. International Conference on Design Principles and Practices. Vancouver, Canada, January 16-18, 2014. (Accept rate 29%).
    • Eiring, S., Choi, Y.M., Ghovanloo, M. (2014).  Privacy in Medication Adherence and Personal Emergency Response Systems.  International Conference on Design Principles and Practices. Vancouver, Canada, January 16-18, 2014. (Accept rate 29%).
    • Gonzalez, E. T., Jones, A. M., Harley, L. R., Burnham, D., Choi, Y. M., Fain, W. B., & Ghovanloo, M. (2014). Older Adults’ Perceptions of a Neckwear Health Technology. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (Vol. 58, No. 1, pp. 1815-1819). SAGE Publications.
    • Wilson, W., Choi, Y.M. (2013).  "Improving Multi-Disciplinary Design Education in Sponsored Studio Projects".  Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA) International Conference. Chicago, Il, August 21-24, 2013.
    • Wu, X., Choi, Y. M. (2013). Design and testing of a new medical rail-adapter product. In DS 75-1: Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED13), Design for Harmonies, Vol. 1: Design Processes. Seoul, Korea, August 19-22, 2013.
    • Hao, Y., Gong, Y., Choi, Y. M. (2013). Improving Management of Medical Equipment. In Design, User Experience, and Usability. User Experience in Novel Technological Environments, pp. 75-84. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
    • Choi, Y. M., Olubanjo, T., Farajidavar, A., & Ghovanloo, M. (2013, July). Potential barriers in adoption of a medication compliance neckwear by elderly population. In Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE , pp. 4678-4681. IEEE. Osaka, Japan, July 3-7, 2013.
    • A.R. Jones, D.F. Miranda, Y.S. Choo, J.A. Guerra, J. Chapman, Y.M. Choi, C.R. Forest, Umbrella valve design for intravenous fluid delivery system, Proceedings of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) 2012 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, October 24-27, 2012.
    • Choi, Y. M. (2012). Identifying New Design Problems: Observations from Senior Undergraduates. DS 74 Proceedings of E&PDE 2012. Antwerp, Belgium. September 6-7, 2012.
    • Choi, Y. M. (2011). Effective Scheduling of User Input During the Design Process. In DS 68-3: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED 11), Impacting Society through Engineering Design, Vol. 3: Design Organisation and Management. Lyngby/Copenhagen, Denmark, August 15.-19, 2011.
    • Choi, Y.M. and Sprigle, S. (2008). "The When of User Engagement". Cambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology (CWUAAT), Cambridge, UK. April 14-16, 2008.
    • Choi, Y.M. (2007). "Portable Ramp Usage of Wheeled Mobility Users". RESNA 2007, Phoenix, Arizona. June18-20, 2007.

      

    Colloquiums and Seminars

    • Choi, Y.M. (2015). "Meeting Non-technical needs in the Design of Assistive Products"  6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2015). Invited Paper.  Las Vegas, NV.  July 26-30, 2015. 
    • Choi, YM (2014). " Improving Validity of Stakeholder Input in Product Design". Presentation to the Georgia Tech College of Architecture Research Forum. Oct. 23, 2014.
    • Choi, YM (2014). "Approaches to improving assistive technology design methods"  Presentation to the National Council on Disability. Oct. 6, 2014.
    • Choi, YM (2014). " Assessing a Flipped Class in Teaching Human Factors".  Celebrating Teaching Day, Georgia Institute of Technology. March 6, 2014.
    • Choi, YM (2013). "The Human Factor in Engineering and Industrial Design Assignments". Georgia Tech Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL), Engaging Conversations series. Sept. 4, 2013.
    • Georgia Tech Women's Faculty Club (GTFWC) Spring Luncheon technology display (presentation), April, 2013.
    • Choi, YM (2013). "Examining Undergraduate Design Student Utilization of Research to Find Solutions to Unfamiliar Design Problems".  Celebrating Teaching Day, Georgia Institute of Technology. March 28, 2013.
    • Choi, YM (2013). "To Walk a Mile in Their Shoes"  Georgia Tech Women's Faculty Club (GTFWC): Designing Women Envision our Future. Jan. 16, 2013.
    • Choi, Y.M. (2012). "Balance in Multidisciplinary Design Instruction."  Design Engineering Workshop (DEWS) 2012.  Seoul, South Korea. June 25-26, 2012.
    • Choi, YM (2012).  "A Product Service System to Improve Medication Adherence".  Service Design Institute Seminar, Sungkyunkwan University. Dec, 26, 2012.
    • Choi, YM (2012). "Design in a Complex World". School of Design and Human Engineering, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST). Jan. 19, 2012.
    • Choi, YM (2011). “Perspectives on Multidisciplinary Design.”  Design Science Colloquium, University of Michigan. Oct. 25, 2011.
    • Choi, YM (2011).  “To Walk a Mile in Their Shoes: Meeting Users in Design.”  Catch the Future Series, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). May 17. 2011.
    • Choi, YM (2010).  "The Impact of Input During the Design of an Assistive Product".  Creative Design Institute, Sungkyunkwan University. June, 2010.
    • Choi, YM (2009).  "Utilizing the Design Structure Matrix for Scheduling User Input in Product Design".  School of Business, Sungkyunkwan University. June. 2010.
    • Choi, Y.M. (2009). The Impact of Different Types of Input in the Design of Assistive Technology Products. Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), San Diego, California. October 11-14, 2009.


    Professional Contributions

       Grant Reviewer

    • NSF/NIH Smart and Connected Health (SCH) review panelist, 2014

       Journal Reviewer

    • Applied Ergonomics, 2016
    • Assistive Technology, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
    • Journal of Orthopedic Research & Physiotherapy, 2015
    • Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development (JRRD), 2013                                                                 

       Conference Reviewer

    • E&PDE  (Engineering and Product Design Education Conference), 2015, 2016
    • ICED (International Conference on Engineering Design), 2013, 2015
    • PETRA (International Conference  on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments), 2015
    • DESIGN Conference Scientific Advisory Board, 2014, 2016
    • UKC13 (US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship), 2013                                       

       Committees

    • AHFE 2015 (International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics), Design and Applied Anthropometry Track Co-Chair
    • UKC 2013 (US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship), Industrial Engineering & Management Science, Technical group chair
    • ICED13 (International Conference on Engineering Design), Asian Liaison Committee
    • DEWS 2012 (Design Engineering Workshop).  Design & System/Education track program committee Co-Chair
    • Institute of Packaging Professionals (IoPP) SE Chapter Committee : 2013

     

    Memberships

    • The Design Society
    • Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA)
    • Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES)
    • IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS)

    • Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
    • Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA)
    • American Journal of Evaluation (AJE)
    • Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA)


     

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    Recent Courses

    Industrial Design

    • ID-6400 Master’s Project
    • ID-6200 Graduate Studio I
    • ID-4843 Human Factors and Ergonomics
    • ID-4201 Design/Research Methods
    • ID-4012 Advanced Design II
    • ID-3011 Intermediate Design I
    • ID-3012 Intermediate Design II (Product Development & Innovation)
    • ID-2011 Intro to Design

    Mechanical Engineering

    • ME-4182 Capstone Design

     Vertically Integrated Projects

    • The Open Academic Environment Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) team

     

    Honors and Awards

    • National Science Foundation ADVANCE Program Women of Excellence Award, College of Architecture, 2016

    Presented to a woman faculty member who has distinguished herself through professional leadership, mentoring, academic excellence and sustained service on behalf of the Georgia Institute of Technology and the College of Architecture.

    • Outstanding Faculty Award, College of Architecture, 2015

    Recognizes outstanding achievement in the areas of teaching, scholarship, creative activity, and service by  a tenured or tenure-track faculty member.  It is given to one who has made significant contributions to the College in one or more of these areas that have brought recognition to the faculty member and School.

    • Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL), Class of 1934 Teaching Effectiveness Award, 2012

    Faculty receiving this award had a response rate of at least 85 percent to the Course-Instructor Opinion Survey and had teaching effectiveness scores of 4.8/5.0 in classes that were at least 40 students in size or scores of 4.9/5.0 in classes that were at least 15 students in size.

     

    Recognition

    • Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) - "Thank a Teacher" honor, Industrial Design, Spring 2016
    • President's Scholars Mentoring Program (PSMP), Favorite professor recognition, Spring 2014
    • Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) - "Thank a Teacher" honor, Industrial Design, Fall 2012
    • Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) - "Thank a Teacher" honor, Industrial Design, Spring 2012
    • Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) - "Thank a Teacher" honor, Mechanical Engineering, Fall 2011
    • Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) - "Thank a Teacher" honor, Industrial Design, Spring 2011
    • Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) - "Thank a Teacher" honor, Industrial Design, Fall 2010

     

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    <![CDATA[Devin M. Young]]> 27612 Devin Young is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNC Charlotte), with a B.A. in Communication Studies. He joins the College of Computing communications team after spending the last several years honing his communication acumen in a variety of student and internship experiences. As a Communications Assistant, Devin is the assigned communicator for the School of Computer Science (SCS) and School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE). He supports and advises on each school’s communications strategy while handling day-to-day tactics and responsibilities.

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    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 557511 557511 image <![CDATA[Doug Blough]]> 1470078037 2016-08-01 19:00:37 1475895358 2016-10-08 02:55:58
    <![CDATA[Douglas Blough]]> 30267 Devin Young 1 1471968119 2016-08-23 16:01:59 1471982519 2016-08-23 20:01:59 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Marisabel Marratt]]> 28816 Marisabel Marratt is a doctoral student in the History and Theory concentration, under the direction of Professor Lars Spuybroek. Her research examines twentieth century history and philosophies of technology, and their implications for contemporary architectural history and theory, aesthetics and the evolving experience and conception of Architecture in professional practice. As point-of departure, her focus is the work of French philosopher of technology Gilbert Simondon (1924-1989), his conception of techno-aesthetics and in-formation, and its potential implications for contemporary conceptions of Architecture.

    Marisabel holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Architecture from Princeton University (1985, 1988), where she developed her design thesis under the direction of Professors Anthony Vidler and Alan Colquhoun. In her extensive professional experience, Marisabel has since been involved in many award-winning projects, encompassing Architecture, Interior Architecture and Production Design. Throughout, the emphasis has been to explore the content of experience in built form. The desire to “push the envelope”, has led to inventive approaches to space/form-making, exploring and implementing virtual and material technologies, color, movement and light.

    Research Interests: Philosophies of Technology and In-Formation; Science, Technology, Culture and Material Studies; Gilbert Simondon and Techno-aesthetics.

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    <![CDATA[Fang (Cherry) Liu]]> 27295 Dr. Fang (Cherry) Liu is a Research Scientist at Partnership for Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) center at Georgia Tech. She actively provides expert diagnosis and resolution of complex technical issues with High Performance Computing (HPC) resources; leverages HPC software and application stack, including compilers, scientific libraries and user applications to effectively run on HPC environment; educates campus-wide HPC community, teaching courses including introduction to Linux, intermediate Linux, introduction to Python and Python for Data Analysis courses; and does on-going research on big data with school of computational science and engineering (CSE) faculties. She is awarded the title of Adjunct Associate Professor by CSE to better serve campus HPC community in both teaching and research.

    Before joining Georgia Tech, she was an assistant scientist at mathematics and computational science division at Department of Energy (USDOE) Ames Laboratory, where she gained extensive experience with multi-disciplinary research team and worked closely with world-class domain scientists from physics, chemistry and fusion energy. The projects she participated in included scientific workflows and data management system for nuclear physics applications, GPU computing for large scale quantum chemistry applications, concurrent data processing for fusion simulation through distributed component infrastructure, and so much more.

    Her research interests broadly span parallel/distributed scientific computing, software interface design for monolithic scientific applications, multi-physics and multi-code coupling, multilevel parallelism support for Multi-Physics coupling, data management and provenance for scientific applications, big data infrastructure design and implementation, and data analytics for large graph dataset.She has been served as program committee member for various conferences including HPC, ICCS, ICCSA, CBHPC, ICPP, and she also was vice program general chair, program general chair for HPC2012 and HPC2013, now she sits in program steering committee for HPC since 2014.

    Currently her primary interest focuses on tackling big data issues with using Hadoop and Spark in graph database, security and streaming data, while she is closely working with professor Polo Chau's group.

    Dr. Liu graduated from Indiana University at Bloomington in 2009 with a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science. Her dissertation titled, "Building Sparse Linear Solver Component for Large Scale Scientific Simulation and Multi-physics Coupling," and her Ph.D. advisor was Professor Randall Bramley.

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    <![CDATA[Godfried Augenbroe]]> 27369 Godfried Augenbroe has a 35 year track record of teaching and research of modeling and simulation of buildings at various scales. He is internationally recognized in promoting professional use of building simulation and has served on the board of the International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA). In the nineties he coordinated four major EU-funded consortia of academic and industrial partners in the fields of design tool interoperability (COMBINE, 1990-1995), energy performance simulation, outsourcing and project planning (e-HUBS, 2002-2005).

    Augenbroe has been main advisor of 30+ PhD graduates in Europe and the USA. He teaches graduate courses and conducts research in the fields of building performance concepts, computational building simulation, indoor air quality, intelligent building systems, uncertainty and risk, system monitoring and diagnostics.  He serves on the scientific board of five international journals and has published over 200 refereed papers and three books.

    Augenbroe has obtained major research grants in Europe and the US. Most recently he received the NSF EFRI-SEED award “Risk conscious design and retrofit of buildings for low energy”, $2.0 Million, 2010-2014. He has given many keynote lectures, most recently at the 2015 Building Simulation Conference in Hyderabad where he received the lifetime achievement award from IBPSA.

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    <![CDATA[Lane M. Duncan]]> 27369 Lane Duncan is currently a visiting instructor teaching a visual arts course in watercolor and a privately funded design studio focusing on the application of environmentally sustainable research. In the past, as a full time faculty member, he has coordinated and taught a wide range of graduate and undergraduate design studios, served as a graduate thesis advisor and taught seminars on Theories of Ethics and Aesthetics in Architecture, The Projects and Texts of Louis Kahn, and Serial Painting. Research projects included work on Handicapped Accessible Playgrounds and Photo Voltaic Construction Applications for Georgia Tech. He has led conferences on architectural criticism and design and contributed periodical articles such as "Atlanta: A Flight From Center" for Spazio e Societa of Milan, Italy.

    Duncan works in a private practice focusing primarily on residential and institutional projects in the southeastern U. S. as well as serving as a design consultant for national architectural firms. Recent projects include a private residence incorporating advanced sustainable building techniques and indigenous cultural research on Dewees Island, South Carolina; Solarchron - a solar gnomon monument for U. S. servicemen and women in Southeast Georgia; and Eagle Wing - a visitor and education center for the Museums of Prophetstown in Lafayette, Indiana.

    He has received numerous AIA Design Awards for constructed projects, unbuilt projects and design theory. His architectural work has been exhibited at the Chicago Architectural Foundation, the INTERBUILD Exposition in Birmingham, England and various other national andregional venues. It has been published in Amazing Space, Metropolis, The Atlanta Journal and Constitution and others. His paintings have been exhibited in the Salon des Indèpendants in Paris, regional galleries in the U. S. and are held in numerous corporate andprivate collections. He continues to exhibit and lecture widely on art and architecture.

    He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Georgia Tech in 1968 and a Master of Design Studies in Theory and Criticism from the GSD at Harvard in 1987.

     

     

     

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    <![CDATA[Jennifer R. DuBose]]> 27579 Jennifer R. DuBose is a research associate with the College of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology where she is responsible for project development and management.  Her research focuses on evidence-based design for healthcare facilities projects including the development of a business case for evidence-based design, collaboration on the exhaustive 2008 literature review on the subject and investigating the role of innovation in improving design for healthcare systems. She has worked on projects for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Military Health System and the Louisiana State University Hospital creating materials to support transformation of new hospitals based on emerging evidence.  She has authored  numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, several book chapters, and has been an invited speaker at national and international meetings.

    Ms. DuBose is a LEED accredited professional with a background in sustainable facilities and organizational sustainability. She has worked with government and private sector clients to help them develop policies and strategies for greening their facilities and operations.  Ms. DuBose is currently the principal investigator for a qualitative research project evaluating user perceptions of green resilient flooring materials in hospital environments.  She helped to create cutting-edge corporate sustainability initiatives while at Interface, Inc.  Additionally, she is well versed in greenhouse gas accounting systems and offset project development having developed the first Climate Cool product in the U.S. and continues to develop these skills as a technical expert for the American National Standards Institute’s Greenhouse Gas Validation and Verification Accreditation program.

    Ms. DuBose has a master’s degree in public policy from Georgia Tech with a focus on sustainable development.  After completing her undergraduate degree in Philosophy at Oglethorpe University she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

     

    Education;

    B.A. (magna cum laude) in Philosophy from Oglethorpe University

    M.S. in Public Policy from  Georgia Institute of Technology 

     

    Professional Fields of interest

     Evidence-based design in healthcare facilities; Green building practices for healthcare; Sustainability in healthcare; Environments for dementia care; Greenhouse gas management systems; Design innovation; Design for active living; Corporate and organizational sustainability

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    Recent Publications

    • Zimring, C.M., & DuBose, J. (2011). Health Care Settings. In A. Danneberg, H. Frumkin & R. Jackson (Eds.), Making Healthy Places: Designing and Building for Health, Well-Being and Sustainability (pp.203-215). Washington, DC: Island Press.
    • Sadler, B. L., DuBose, J., & Zimring, C. (2008). The Board’s Role in Building Healthy Environments. In D. Nash, W. Oetgen & V. Pracilio (Eds.), Governance for Health Care Providers: The Call to Leadership (pp. 91-113). New York, New York: Productivity Press.
    • Sadler, B. L., DuBose, J. R., & Zimring, C. M. (2008). The Business Case for Building Better Pediatric Facilities Evidence for Innovation: Transforming Children's Health through the Physical Environment (pp. 96-115). Alexandria, VA: National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions in collaboration with The Center for Health Design.

    Funded Research Projects

     Healthy Hospital Lighting,CreatingEffective Hospitals for America’s Military, Supporting LSU in Creating an Excellent Evidence-Based Hospital, Building High Performance Healthcare: Physical Environments Transforming Quality and Safety, Walking on Campus: Correlates and Web Tools,Creating Effective Design Tours for the 21at Century Hospital, New Chicago Community,Sustainable Knowledge Base, Sustainability and the State Construction Manual, Greening Georgia Facilities: An Analysis of LEED Requirement Impacts,Planning GTRI’s Green Building Initiative, Sustainable Project Planning Grant, Educating Engineers for the 21st Century: Curriculum for an Integrated Course Sequence in Sustainable Development and Technology, Curriculum for an Intro Course Sequence in Sustainable Development and Technology, Conduct Study Addressing Sustainability of Using Depleted Uranium on Army Impact Areas

     

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    <![CDATA[Musheer Ahmed]]> 27612 Quincy Robbins 1 1470092461 2016-08-01 23:01:01 1470107087 2016-08-02 03:04:47 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[William Powell]]> 27612 Quincy Robbins 1 1470092669 2016-08-01 23:04:29 1470107069 2016-08-02 03:04:29 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Susie McClain]]> 27154 Louise Russo 1 1264768588 2010-01-29 12:36:28 1470106726 2016-08-02 02:58:46 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Sonit Bafna]]> 27369 Sonit Bafna works primarily in the area of architectural morphology, thinking of ways to explain how the built environment is shaped to organize behavior, perception, and social life. This work has progressed along two distinct lines of inquiry: statistical modeling using techniques like space syntax to study the association between spatial organization and human activity, and interpretive studies of architecture to address questions in architectural theory, aesthetics, and inferential criticism. He is currently at work on a book titled Imaginative Reasoning in the Shaping of Buildings. The book addresses a long-standing need for a general theoretical framework to explain how buildings are designed to function aesthetically. Dr. Bafna’s applied research has been supported by the General Services Administration, Steelcase, Ascension Health, and Kaiser Permanente. He serves on the board of Architecture and Planning B: Planning and Design, and the Journal of Space Syntax. He teaches design studios and courses on architectural theory, interpretation and design analysis, and research methods, and advises doctoral students in the areas of history and theory, and organizational and behavioral performance.

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    An emerging area of research, international and multi-disciplinary, is developing a systematic general account of how the built environment functions—how buildings and settlements organize life and society spatially, how they create meaning, and how they are understood and formed—with a view to developing principles that can inform design but not reduce to it an exercise in satisficing or optimizing. Much of my research contributes to this work; a current aim is to expand this inquiry to explain visual form in architecture and the way in which aesthetics and other cognitive constraints shape our built environment. Some of this work can have direct implications for design and related professions, and has been supported by the General Services administration of the U.S. Government, Kaiser Permanente, Ascension Health, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

     

     

    Recent papers in Books:

     

    Bafna, S. 2011. “The Modalities of Attention in Marcel Breuer’s Public Library,” in Everyday Aesthetics: The Role of Body in Design, edited by Ritu Bhatt. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (forthcoming).

    Peponis, J., Bafna, S., Dahabreh, S., and Dogan, F. 2006. “Presentational Symbolic Systems in Architectural Thinking” in Representation as a Vehicle For Architectural Thinking, edited by Trova, V., Manolides, C., and Papaconstaniou, G. Athens: Futura Editions, 40-53. (In Greek).

    Bafna, S. “The Architecture of Buddhism.” In Architecture of the Non-Western World, edited by R. Lewcock. New York & London: W. W. Norton and Co. (In Press)

     

     

    Recent papers in Journals:

     

    Bafna, S., C. Antunez, M. S. Hyun, H. K. Lee, and L. Yi. 2010. “The Visual Functioning of Buildings: Outline of a possible theory.” Journal of Space Syntax 1(1): 133-148. 

    Choudhary R., S. Bafna, Y. Heo, A. Hendrich, and M. Chow. 2009.  “A Predictive Model for Computing the Influence of Space Layouts on Nurses Movement in Hospital Units.” Journal of Building Performance and Simulation 3 (3): 171-184.

    Hendrich, A, M. P. Chow, S Bafna, R Choudhary, Y. Heo and B. A. Skierczynski. 2009. “Unit-related Factors that Affect Nursing Time with Patients:  Spatial Analysis of the Time and Motion Study.” Health Environment Research and Design Journal 2 (2): 5-20.

    Bafna, S. 2008. “How architectural drawings work: and what that implies for the role of representation in architecture.” The Journal of Architecture 13 (5): 535-564.

    Peponis, J, Bafna, S, and Zhang, Z. 2008. “Connectivity of Streets: Reach and Directional Distance.” Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 35: 881-901.

    Peponis J, Bafna S, Bajaj R, Bromberg J, Congdon C, Rashid M, Warmels S, Zhang Y, Zimring C. (2007) “Designing space to support knowledge work” Environment and Behavior 39 (6) 815-840

     

     

    Recent Papers in Conference Proceedings:

     

    Bafna, S., Hyun, M., Lee, H., Antunez, C., and Yi, L. 2009. “The Analysis of Visual Functioning of Buildings,” In Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Space Syntax, edited by Koch, D., Marcus, L, and Steen, J. Stockholm: TRITA-ARK Forskningspublikation 2009:1, 7.1-7.12.

    Vialard, A., and Bafna, S. 2009. “The Structure of Change in Mid-Twentieth Century American House.”  In Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Space Syntax, edited by Koch, D., Marcus, L, and Steen, J. Stockholm: TRITA-ARK Forskningspublikation 2009:1, 130.1-130.13.

    Heo, Y., Choudhary, R., Bafna, S., Hendrich, A. and Chow, M. 2009. “A Modeling Approach for Estimating the Impact of Spatial Configuration on Nurses’ Movement.” In Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Space Syntax, edited by Koch, D., Marcus, L, and Steen, J. Stockholm: TRITA-ARK Forskningspublikation 2009:1, 41.1-41.11.

    Ozbil, A., Peponis, J. and Bafna, S. 2009.  “The Effects of Street Configuration on Transit Ridership.” In Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Space Syntax, edited by Koch, D., Marcus, L, and Steen, J. Stockholm: TRITA-ARK Forskningspublikation 2009:1, 84.1-84.8.

    Bafna, S., and Shah, S. 2007. “The Evolution of Orthogonality in Built Space: an argument from space syntax.” In Proceedings of the 6h International Symposium on Space Syntax. Istanbul: ITU, 54.1-54.14

    Bafna, S., and Hamash, R. 2007. “Designing the spatial syntax of office layouts.”  In Proceedings of the 6h International Symposium on Space Syntax. Istanbul: ITU, 67.1-67.22.

     

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    Recent courses include:

    COA 8904: Formulation of architectural intent

    Arch 4803/8803 Diagrams: Tools for conceptual analysis of architecture

    COA 8625: Theories of Inquiry

    COA 8863: Analytical Inquiry into Urban Space (co-taught with Dr. John Peponis)

    COA 8860: Architecture, Space, and Culture (co-taught with Dr. John Peponis)

    Arch 6132/4822: Architectural Theory and Criticism (Contemporary Theory; co-taught with Prof. Ellen Dunham Jones)

     

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    <![CDATA[Marc Simmons]]> 27293 Marc Simmons is the Thomas W. Ventulett III Distinguished Chair in Architectural Design. A leading advocate for innovative and critical practice, Simmons has produced seminal works in contemporary architecture including most recently:

    His firm, Front, is known widely for its successful execution of original and ground-breaking work, and for its progressive approach to design integration among building disciplines.  Front’s work methodology embraces architectural, engineering and cultural challenges with a first-principles approach for the evolution of creative and buildable designs.

    Prior to establishing Front in 2002, Simmons worked for the international façade engineering practices Dewhurst Macfarlane & Partners and for Meinhardt Façade Technology. Originally trained in architecture, Simmons graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, Canada, and worked for Foster and Partners. He served as faculty member at Princeton University School of Architecture from 2005 to 2012, conducting graduate seminars on the subject of façade technology and practice, and teaching collaborative design studios.  He has also lectured widely on the work of Front. 

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    <![CDATA[Elizabeth Dowling]]> 27369 Betty Dowling is a Professor of architectural history and a registered architect until 2005. She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Georgia Tech, 1971, the Master of Architecture from the University of Illinois, 1972 and the Ph.D. in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, 1981. Dr. Dowling is a tenured Professor who has taught at Georgia Tech's College of Architecture for over 30 years. In addition to teaching courses on Renaissance and Classical topics, she developed the College of Architecture Summer Program in Italy. Since 1993, graduate and undergraduate students have experienced the history of art and architecture from the Ancient to the Baroque period through on-site instruction. The teaching in this international program is shared equally by Professors Dowling, Allen and Economou. Dr. Economou added Greece to this program in 2006. In 2007 she developed the MS program in classical design that is the first such program in the country. In 2006 she was invited to serve as a juror for the Richard Driehaus Prize for Life Achievement in Classical Architecture and continues in this position. In 2006 she co-curated with Anne Fairfax of Fairfax and Sammons Architects, a traveling exhibit of new classical work based on her book New Classicsm, Rizzoli, 2004. The exhibit has been displayed in numerous colleges and the INTBAU Conference, Venice, Italy, November 2006. Information on the exhibit is found at http://www.newclassicismexhibit.typepad.com/

    In 2000, she received the Distinguished Faculty Award from the Georgia Tech Women's Leadership Conference and the College of Architecture Faculty Service Award for her leadership efforts to increase the number of women and minority students in the college. In the area of research, she received an International Book Award from the American Institute of Architects and a Bronze Medal from the Georgia AIA for her book American Classicist: the Architecture of Philip Trammell Shutze , Rizzoli Publications International, 1989, 2nd edition 2001.

    Her present research continues to involve currently practicing classical and traditional designers and an associated investigation into the growing interest in all forms of Eclectic design from Gothic churches to Renaissance villas. In recognition of her instruction in classical architecture, she received the Arthur Ross Award given by Classical America in the field of education, 2001.

    Her most recent books are Timeless Architecture: Homes of Distinction by Harrison Design Associates, Schiffer Publishing, 2003; New Classicism: the Rebirth of Traditional Architecture, Rizzoli Publications International, 2004 and Harrison Design Associates: A Decade of Architecture, Images Publishing, 2007. These books present the current work of selected British and American classicists.

      
    ]]> Erin Howe 1 1273661556 2010-05-12 10:52:36 1470080313 2016-08-01 19:38:33 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Scott Marble]]> 27214 Scott Marble is a founding partner of Marble Fairbanks Architects in New York and was recently appointed Professor and William H. Harrison Chair of the School of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology. He was previously Associate Adjunct Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation where he was Director of Fabrication Research from 2004 – 2008 and Director of Integrated Design from 2009-2015. Scott is a frequent lecturer in the area of digital technologies and industry and recently completed the book Digital Workflows in Architecture: Design, Assembly, Industry published by Birkhauser.

     His firm, Marble Fairbanks based in New York has received numerous local, national, and international design awards including AIA Design Awards, Architect magazine’s R+D award, pa (Progressive Architecture) award and Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Awards. In 2008, the Museum of Modern Art commissioned their project, Flatform for the exhibition Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling.  The work of Marble Fairbanks is published regularly in books, journals and news media and has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world including the Architectural Association in London, the Nara Prefectural Museum of Art in Japan and the Museum of Modern Art in New York where their drawings are part of the museum’s permanent collection.

     Scott received his Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University and his Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Texas A&M University. In 2012 he was a recipient of the Outstanding Alumni Award from Texas A&M University.

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    <![CDATA[Becky Wilson]]> 27793 Amritha Arakali 1 1377605979 2013-08-27 12:19:39 1469687276 2016-07-28 06:27:56 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Christen Steele]]> 27998 Christen Steele joined the College of Computing as an Academic Advisor in October 2014.  She earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of South Carolina, and her Bachelors’ degrees in International & Area Studies and African-American Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  As a social worker, Christen has had experience working with asylum seekers, refugees, and special immigrants in resettling to the United States, gaining self-sufficiency through employment, and earning a quality education.  In the field of higher education, Christen has worked with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Miami (FL), University of South Carolina, and most recently Georgia Institute of Technology in academic advising, learning support, and tutorial support roles for student-athletes.  Christen enjoys helping students achieve their academic and personal goals, as well as cooking, dancing, playing tennis, volleyball, and hiking.

    ]]> Brittany Aiello 1 1432294173 2015-05-22 11:29:33 1469687167 2016-07-28 06:26:07 0 0 profile
    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 466041 466041 image <![CDATA[Christen Steele]]> 1449256395 2015-12-04 19:13:15 1475895213 2016-10-08 02:53:33
    <![CDATA[Ben Snedeker]]> 27612 Quincy Robbins 1 1464714859 2016-05-31 17:14:19 1469687129 2016-07-28 06:25:29 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Kyla Reese]]> 27928 Kyla Reese provides administrative support for several members of the College of Computing team, Irfan Essa, Associate Dean for Off-Campus and Special Initiatives; Alan Katz, Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration; Bill Leahy, Director of Division of Computing Instruction as well as Director of the Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Program for the college as well as Mike Terrazas, Director of Communications.

    ]]> Raja V Palanisamy 1 1409309371 2014-08-29 10:49:31 1469686893 2016-07-28 06:21:33 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Lometa Mitchell]]> 27154 Louise Russo 1 1264768588 2010-01-29 12:36:28 1469686492 2016-07-28 06:14:52 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[David Mercer]]> 27154 Louise Russo 1 1264768579 2010-01-29 12:36:19 1469686467 2016-07-28 06:14:27 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Kim Luong MacLeod]]> 27928 Raja V Palanisamy 1 1409312696 2014-08-29 11:44:56 1469686401 2016-07-28 06:13:21 0 0 profile
    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 357951 357951 image <![CDATA[Kim Macleod - Compressed]]> 1449245767 2015-12-04 16:16:07 1475895093 2016-10-08 02:51:33
    <![CDATA[Adhitya Katkam]]> 27612 Quincy Robbins 1 1439852154 2015-08-17 22:55:54 1469686354 2016-07-28 06:12:34 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Andrew Leonard]]> 27669 Derek Moon 1 1344005086 2012-08-03 14:44:46 1469686300 2016-07-28 06:11:40 0 0 profile
    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 405451 405451 image <![CDATA[Andrew Leonard]]> 1449254135 2015-12-04 18:35:35 1475895127 2016-10-08 02:52:07
    <![CDATA[Wes Kirkbride]]> 27998 As the Academic Advisor for Computational Media, Wes supports the CM student population through encouraging student involvement on campus, assisting in obtaining internships and full time jobs, advising student leaders in planning program events, and guiding students towards academic success. Wes received his undergrad in Psychology and his M.Ed. in Guidance and Counseling, both from the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Georgia. He has worked in academic advising for over six years.

    ]]> Brittany Aiello 1 1421919353 2015-01-22 09:35:53 1469686164 2016-07-28 06:09:24 0 0 profile
    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 378051 378051 image <![CDATA[Wes Kirkbride]]> 1449246205 2015-12-04 16:23:25 1475894344 2016-10-08 02:39:04
    <![CDATA[Marcus Johnson]]> 27154 Marcus Johnson has been with the College of Computing’s Human Resources department since February 2004. His responsibilities include faculty recruiting, hiring, reappointments, promotions, and tenure, as well as H1B and J1 visas, leaves of absence, PSFs, and pay actions.

    Marcus began his career at Georgia Tech in 1997 after seven years active service with the U.S. Army as a senior administrative secretary. He has served Tech’s College of Engineering, Ivan Allen College, and College of Computing, holding supervisory, budgetary, and human resource positions.

    Marcus received his BS in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2006.

    ]]> Louise Russo 1 1264768589 2010-01-29 12:36:29 1469686026 2016-07-28 06:07:06 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Alyshia Jackson]]> 27793 Amritha Arakali 1 1379942191 2013-09-23 13:16:31 1469685921 2016-07-28 06:05:21 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Chanteal Edwards]]> 27669 Derek Moon 1 1344005254 2012-08-03 14:47:34 1469685635 2016-07-28 06:00:35 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[LaDonna Cherry]]> 27612 Quincy Robbins 1 1452606825 2016-01-12 13:53:45 1469685246 2016-07-28 05:54:06 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Ellen Zegura]]> 27154 Dr. Ellen Zegura received the B.S. degree in Computer Science (1987), the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering (1987), the M.S. degree in Computer Science (1990) and the D.Sc. in Computer Science (1993) all from Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. Since 1993, she has been on the faculty in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech. She was an Assistant Dean in charge of Space and Facilities Planning from Fall 2000 to January 2003. She served as Interim Dean of the College for six months in 2002. She was Associate Dean responsible for Research and Graduate Programs from 2003-2005. She served as the first Chair of the School of Computer Science from 2005-2012. She is a Fellow of the IEE and the ACM. She is the proud mom of two girls, Carmen (born in August of 1998) and Bethany (born in May of 2001), whose pictures never made it onto the web until Facebook.

    The theme of her research work is the development of wide-area (Internet) networking services. Wide-area services are utilized by applications that are distributed across multiple administrative domains (e.g., web, file sharing, multimedia distribution). Her focus is on services implemented both at the network layer, as part of network infrastructure, and at the application layer. The work in this area falls into three categories: (1) measurement and modeling, (2) development of new services, and (3) investigation of paradigms and platforms to support new services. More detail on particular projects may be found on her website.

    ]]> Louise Russo 1 1264768582 2010-01-29 12:36:22 1469475941 2016-07-25 19:45:41 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Dennis R. Shelden]]> 28816 Dennis Shelden is an associate professor in the School of Architecture and director of the Digital Building Lab. He is an expert is applications of digital technology to building design, construction and operations. His experience spans across professorial practice, technology development, research and academia, in multiple architecture, building engineering and computing disciplines.

    Before joining Georgia Tech, he was a senior member of Frank Gehry’s practice and technology initiatives for almost two decades. He served as Director of R&D and Director of Computing for Gehry Partners, leading the development of Gehry’s digital practice from 1997 until 2002.

    In 2002, he co-founded Gehry Technologies, a technology development and consulting company focused on bringing advanced design and supply chain integration technologies to the AEC industry. He served as CTO of the company, launched the development of commercial software products and served as Project Executive on many of the world’s most recognizable and advanced construction projects.

    Concurrently he was an associate professor of Practice in MIT’s Design and Computation program from 2005 to 2015, and has held positions at UCLA’s IDEAS Laboratory and the Southern Institute of Architecture. Shelden maintains strong ties to academic and industry research bodies. 

    Educational Background
    Ph.D. in Architecture, Design & Computation – MIT
    M.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering, Information Technology  -- MIT
    B.S. in Architecture -- MIT

    Publications


    Interviews & Profiles


    Lectures & Panels (Selected)

    ]]> Tia Jewell 1 1459249764 2016-03-29 11:09:24 1469457640 2016-07-25 14:40:40 0 0 profile
    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 519481 519481 image <![CDATA[Dennis Sheldon 03/2016]]> 1459479600 2016-04-01 03:00:00 1475895286 2016-10-08 02:54:46
    <![CDATA[Will Powell]]> 27295 Eric Korotkin 1 1469180236 2016-07-22 09:37:16 1469194636 2016-07-22 13:37:16 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[David K. Dabbiere]]> 28150 David Dabbiere is the chief operating officer of AirWatch, the leading provider of mobile device security and management software. In addition to helping develop and implement AirWatch’s strategy and mission, he is responsible for the Finance, Legal and Human Resources departments as well as AirWatch’s IT, Data Center and Computer Networking operations.

    AirWatch solves the challenge for the enterprise of deploying smartphones (e.g. Apple and Android), tablets, and employee owned ‘BYOD’ programs. AirWatch is the largest provider in the industry with over 1000 employees. In the most recent Gartner research, AirWatch remains in the leadership quadrant of their Magic Quadrant analyst report and received the highest overall score in their 2012 Critical Capabilities Assessment. AirWatch has over 6000 customers and is adding over 500 new customers each month. Our customers range from large companies such as The Home Depot, Coke and Wal-Mart to security conscious organizations such as the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Department of Justice.

    In January, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal visited AirWatch to announce the expansion of the Company’s headquarters facility in metro Atlanta, creating 800 jobs over the next two years. Governor Deal told reporters that “this decision moves Georgia closer to becoming the No. 1 place in the nation to do business.”

    Mr. Dabbiere graduated from Indiana University where he obtained both his bachelor’s degree in chemistry and his law degree. After graduating from IU, Mr. Dabbiere joined the Procter & Gamble Company, where he spent 14 years, rising to the position of Associate General Counsel with responsibility for legal matters of P&G’s Health Care, Beauty Care and Cosmetics & Fragrances Business Units.

    After P&G, Mr. Dabbiere was the senior vice president and General Counsel of Manhattan Associates (NASDAQ: MANH), the Atlanta-based leading provider of Supply Chain software. He led the in-house team that brought Manhattan public in 1998. During his tenure, Mr. Dabbiere was an executive officer of the company and helped oversee the company’s fast-paced growth and expansion.

    Over the course of his career, Mr. Dabbiere has been active in various boards and activities for a number of schools and organizations including the Georgia Tech Logistics Institute and the RFID standards board. As a community leader, he has participated in the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, the Technology Association of Georgia, and as a supporter of the Woodruff Arts Center and the United Way. In 1998, the Dabbiere family endowed the Manhattan Associates Chair of Supply Chain Management at Georgia Tech’s School of Industrial and Systems Engineering.

    ]]> Birney Robert 1 1421774548 2015-01-20 17:22:28 1469035392 2016-07-20 17:23:12 0 0 profile
    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 367201 367201 image <![CDATA[David Dabbiere]]> 1449245817 2015-12-04 16:16:57 1475895105 2016-10-08 02:51:45
    <![CDATA[Yousef Khalidi, ICS ’85, ’89]]> 28150 Yousef Khalidi is a seasoned technologist with a proven record of over 24 years’ experience shipping innovative software and hardware platforms. Khalidi is currently a Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft, working on Windows Azure, Microsoft’s large-scale cloud system. Yousef was a member of the team that conceived and built the initial version of Windows Azure. Before joining Microsoft, Khalidi was a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems. At Sun, he held several R&D, architecture, and management positions including CTO and Chief Architect of Solaris, Chief Architect of Sun's N1 initiative, Chief Architect of the Sun Cluster product line, and as the principal architect of the Solaris MC and the Spring advanced development projects. He has worked on and published papers in several areas, including operating systems, cloud systems, distributed systems, networking, memory management, and computer architecture. He holds more than 40 patents in these areas. Khalidi has a B.S. in Computer Science from West Virginia University, and an M.S. and a Ph.D. in Information and Computer Science from Georgia Tech.

    ]]> Birney Robert 1 1421775207 2015-01-20 17:33:27 1469035015 2016-07-20 17:16:55 0 0 profile
    <![CDATA[]]> <![CDATA[]]> 367281 367281 image <![CDATA[Yousef Khalidi]]> 1449245817 2015-12-04 16:16:57 1475895105 2016-10-08 02:51:45
    <![CDATA[Gregory Abowd]]> 27154 Gregory D. Abowd (pronounced AY-bowd) is a Professor in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech . His research interests lie in the intersection between Software Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction. Specifically, Dr.Abowd is interested in ubiquitous computing (ubicomp) and the research issues involved in building and evaluating ubicomp applications that impact our everyday lives. In the College of Computing, he is involved in research with faculty from the GVU Center and the Georgia Tech Broadband Institute.

    Dr. Abowd directs the Ubiquitous Computing Research Group in the College of Computing and GVU Center. This effort started with the Future Computing Environments research group in 1995, and has since matured into a collection of research groups, including Dr. Abowd's own group. The FCE Group now consists of a federation of many faculty in the College of Computing. One of the major research efforts that Dr. Abowd initated is the Aware Home Research Initiative, now directed by Beth Mynatt, together with many faculty in the College of Computing, School of Psychology, and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

    Dr. Abowd received the degree of B.S. in Mathematics and Physics in 1986 from the University of Notre Dame. He then attended the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom on a Rhodes Scholarship, earning the degrees of M.Sc. (1987) and D.Phil. (1991) in Computation from the Programming Research Group in the Computing Laboratory. From 1989-1992 he was a Research Associate/Postdoc with the Human-Computer Interaction Group in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York in England. From 1992-1994, he was a Postdoctoral Research Associate with the Software Engineering Institute and the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University.

    ]]> Louise Russo 1 1264768596 2010-01-29 12:36:36 1468590456 2016-07-15 13:47:36 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Jacob Eisenstein]]> 27490 Jacob Eisenstein stands boldly in the cross-section of social computing and language processing as an authority in the field. An assistant professor for the School of Interactive Computing in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Eisenstein works on statistical natural language processing, focusing on computational sociolinguistics, social media analysis, discourse, and machine learning. He is a recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER Award, a member of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) Young Investigator Program, and was a Scottish Information & Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. His work has been supported by the National Institutes for Health, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Google. Eisenstein was a postdoctoral researcher at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He completed his doctorate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2008, winning the George M. Sprowls dissertation award. Eisenstein’s research has been featured in The New York Times, on National Public Radio, and the BBC. Thanks to his brief appearance in “If These Knishes Could Talk,” Jacob has a Bacon number of 2. 

    ]]> Tara La Bouff 1 1455056660 2016-02-09 22:24:20 1468337839 2016-07-12 15:37:19 0 0 profile
  • Social Computing & Computational Journalism
  • Natural language processing
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    <![CDATA[Christopher W. Klaus]]> 28150 Christopher Klaus is a successful entrepreneur, delivering 3D virtual worlds as the founder and CEO of Kaneva. He is a founder and partner in the CyberLaunch, a startup accelerator focused on helping grow both security and machine learning startups.

    He also has a long relationship with Georgia Tech. Today Klaus invigorates the future of technology at Georgia Tech by supporting CREATE-X, a program that gives students a platform to connect with industry leaders and receive the guidance, support-and capital-to launch their own startups. In 2000, Klaus responded to the need to help sustain the technology revolution, and with his pledged donation, Georgia Tech constructed the Christopher W. Klaus Advanced Computing Building, a three-story academic building (over 400,000 square feet of space) that houses a portion of its College of Computing, College of Engineering, and related programs.

    Prior to founding Kaneva, Klaus founded and served as CTO of Internet Security Systems Inc. (ISS), a company he created in 1994, took public in 1998, and was acquired by IBM in 2006 for over $1.2 billion. He sits on the state's Film, Video, and Music Advisory Commission. Klaus serves on the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Board of Visitors, the Georgia Game Developers Association (GGDA), the Georgia Tech Foundation, and the Georgia Tech College of Computing.

    ]]> Birney Robert 1 1421775287 2015-01-20 17:34:47 1467934109 2016-07-07 23:28:29 0 0 profile
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    <![CDATA[Renata Rawlings-Goss]]> 27612 Dr. Renata Rawlings-Goss is the co-Executive Director of the South Big Data Regional Innovation Hub, who’s vision is to support universities, industry, and government in creating productive partnerships around Big Data, Data Science and the “Internet of Things”. One of only four federally funded Big Data Hubs in the nation, the South Hub services Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Texas.

    Formerly, she was with the National Science Foundation in the directorate of Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE-OAD) working on the Big Data research program, as well as Big Data policies and priority goals for the foundation. She worked with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to create the National Data Science Organizers Group, which facilitates data science groups to address national “Grand Challenge” problems. She sat on the NITRD interagency Big Data Senior Steering group charged with strategic planning for Big Data research funded by the federal government.

    Dr. Rawlings-Goss is a biophysicist where her research interests include data-driven analysis of genetic/expression variation among worldwide human populations.

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