Members of the School of Architecture faculty will present papers nationally and internationally this fall.
Marc Manack’s paper, “Good|Fast |Cheap Inventive Project Delivery Methods that Expand Audiences for Design-Build,” will be presented at the 2017 International Association of Architectural Educators Conference at Oxford Brooks, England, September 6-9.
Chris Beorkrem and Eric Sauda, with Jack (Michael-Paul) James and Ashley Damiano, will present co-authored papers at the 2017 Design Modeling Symposium, “Humanizing Digital Reality” at Ecole National Superiore d’Architecture de Versailles in Paris, France, September 18-20. Each of the papers will be presented in the Conference Proceedings and published as a book by Springer Press.
Lee Gray will be presenting "Lift Traffic Analysis 1890-1960" at the 7th Annual Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies in Northampton, England, September 20-21.
Ming-Chun Lee will present two papers at ISUF 2017 XXIV International Conference: City and Territory in the Globalization Age at Universidad Politecnica de Valencia in Valencia, Spain, September 27-29.
Emily Makas will present "Mostar’s Urban Identities” at the 4th International Conference at the University of Sarajevo, organized by the Bosnian Chapter of CICOP, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 20-23.
Dimitris Papanikolaou was invited as one of the Technical Chairs for the upcoming ACADIA 2017 Conference, "Disciplines Disruption," at MIT, November 2-4, and will be co-organizing a session on education.
Thomas Forget was invited to speak on experimental teaching methods in the "Environment, Reconsidered" symposium at Yale University, November 9-11.