Join the AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA), the AIANY Future of Practice Committee, and a distinguished body of global computational design leaders on Saturday, November 6, for a one-day symposium and workshop to explore how computational thinking can be used to solve design problems. In our morning session, cutting-edge innovators will reflect on how computational thinking has influenced their work. Afterwards, workshop tables will conceive of computational solutions to complex, topical problems. Symposium attendees will be empowered to approach the impending future of computation in architecture with confidence.
This event is taking place at the Center for Architecture and via Zoom.
Robert Cervellione, AIA, Principal of CORE CERVER Studio, Thornton Tomasetti
Chang-Yeon Cho, AIA, Spatial Intelligence Director for Intelligent Places, Gensler
Randy Deutsch, FAIA, Clinical Associate Professor, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Hilda Espinal, AIA, Chief Technology Officer, CannonDesign
Emily Goldman, Assistant Director of NYC Civic Innovation Fellows Program, BetaNYC
Kayleigh Houde, AIA, Global Computational Community Leader, Buro Happold
Carlo Ratti, Professor of Urban Technologies & Planning, Director at SENSEable City Lab, MIT
Lorenzo Villaggi, Senior Research Scientist, AEC Industry Futures Group, Autodesk
Violet Whitney, Director of Product Management, Sidewalk Labs
Willy L. Zambrano, AIA, AIA Strategic Councilor NY Region Representative, Founding Principal at ZAD
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