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Minjung Maing is Assistant Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology School of Architecture teaching in core BS Arch and M Arch courses including design studios, as well as specialized courses in the High Performance Building post-professional degree program. Her research interests are in building envelope systems, materials, digital fabrication techniques, and construction methodologies to test and prototype building elements that realize target performance levels. She is one of the three faculty members heading the Digital Fabrication Lab (DFL) with a mission of collaboratively working with industry professionals and graduate students in jointly addressing practical contemporary issues in the assembly of building components. She has 10 years of industry experience ranging from architecture, structural engineering, and building technology developing specialization on building envelope performance, and integration of design, testing, and construction processes toward a holistic design approach. Her professional work involves analysis, design and construction of standard and custom curtain wall systems and various building envelope cladding systems consisting of a wide spectrum of materials. She is a registered professional engineer in California as well as a U.S. Green Building Council Leadership (USGBC) in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional and an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Associate Member.
Master of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Master of Science in Civil Engineering Structural Mechanics, Stanford University