Ph.D., Computational Design, Simon Fraser University, Canada
M.S., Computer Science, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
B.S., Computational Mathematics, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Sinisa Kolaric is a postdoctoral fellow at the Digital Building Laboratory at Georgia Tech. His work focuses on aspects of computation that support design, AEC, and expert work, as well as theoretical, cognitive and epistemological foundations of design. His practical design interests include platform, system, architectural, and industrial design. As of Fall 2018 he is a co-instructor, together with Associate Professor Dennis Shelden, for the "Advanced Design Scripting" graduate-level course taught at the School of Architecture, Georgia Tech.
S. Kolaric, D. Shelden: "DBL SmartCity: An Open-Source IoT Platform for Managing Large BIM and 3D Geo-Referenced Datasets", conference paper, Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-52), Grand Wailea, Maui, HI (2019).
S. Kolaric, H. Erhan, R. Woodbury: “CAMBRIA: Interacting with Multiple Design Alternatives”, conference paper, Proceedings of the 17th International CAAD Futures Conference (CAADFutures'17), Istanbul, Turkey (2017).
S. Kolaric, R. Woodbury, H. Erhan: “CAMBRIA: A Tool for Managing Multiple Design Alternatives”, extended abstract, Proceedings of the ACM conference on Designing Interactive Systems of 2014 (DIS’14), Vancouver, BC, Canada (2014).
R. Woodbury, S. Kolaric, H. Erhan, J. Guenther: “Exploring for Designs: Five Basic Elements”, book chapter in: R. Armstrong, S. Ferracina (editors): “Unconventional Computing: Design Methods for Adaptive Architecture”, Riverside Architectural Press, ABC Art Books Canada (2013).
Design; design computation; computer-aided design (CAD); building information modeling (BIM); smart city; internet of things (IoT); interaction design (IxD); design theory; design research