Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture, Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara, Turkey
Hayri Dortdivanlioglu is a Fulbright Scholar and Ph.D. student in Design Computing. He is currently researching the organic unity of the Vitruvian triadic structure of Firmitas, Utilitas and Venustas through neo-ecological concepts. In a broader sense, his research interests include neomaterialism, form generation, diagramming, formal analysis, shape grammar and architectural representation. Besides his concentration in architecture, Hayri is pursuing the Science, Technology and Society certificate program in Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts. In addition to his studies, Hayri is a teaching assistant in the architectural design studios. Prior to coming to Georgia Tech, Hayri received his B.Arch. degree with the excellence in graduation award, and M.Arch. degree from Middle East Technical University [METU] in Ankara, Turkey, where he taught various courses on architectural representation and design studios.