Computational Foundations Colloquium

Hosted by Shelby Doyle and Nick Senske.
Made possible by a grant from the ISU Miller Faculty Fellowship and our research assistants Atalie Rhunke, Sirina Reed, and especially Tony Saghafi.

Monday, April 17, 2017
10.00-12.00 Doyle + Senske Introduction
12.00-1.00 Walk through of ARCH 202 Work
01.00-6.00 ARCH 202 Final Review
06.00-9.00 Dinner with ARCH 202 Faculty

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
10.00-01.00 Invited Presentations + Discussion
01.00-03.00 Lunch + Continued Discussion

10.00 Jeana Ripple
Jeana Ripple is an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia School of Architecture. Her background as a professional hacker and computer science engineer informs a rigorous attention to detail, complex systems, and a willingness to take risks in her approach to design.

11.00 Carl Lostritto
Carl Lostritto conducts research and teaches in the area of computational design, with an emphasis on drawing and media within the discipline of architecture. He also co-founded and operates the RISD Code Studio, an interdisciplinary group of RISD/Brown faculty and students devoted to the critical, conceptual and technical opportunities surrounding the craft of computing.

12.00 Chris Beorkrem
Chris Beorkrem is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. He currently serves as coordinator for the Design + Computation Dual Degree and works in the Digital Arts Center in the College of Arts + Architecture.