The Georgia Tech School of Architecture's second PechaKucha Night is an opportunity for PhD students to share their work with faculty, researchers, students, and community members. Pecha Kucha is a method of quickly presenting ideas using 20 slides that are set to 20 seconds each.
Ph.D students will share insights into their research and connect with other researchers and faculty within the College of Design.
Food and refreshments will be served.
Follow the link to RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/wD6bYIyUWZUhss632
Presenters & Presentations:
Gustavo Garcia Do Amaral
Big data: a narrative of architecture's urban performance
The last disurbanist
Finding Mies: A generative description of Mies’s courthouse language
KBAD: an agent linking designer and fabrication data of architectural facade panels
Profit models and institutional abuse in urban politics in Turkey
Fashion design aid system with application of interactive genetic alogorithms
Automation in design and planning
Tzu-Chieh Kurt Hong
Shape without names
The relationship between drawing and architect's concept
Using data to understand the city change
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