SoA Faculty to Present at International Conferences this Fall

September 1, 2017

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.