Instructor; Ph.D. Student
M.Sc. Urban Design, Georgia Tech
B. Architecture, Ajou University
B.A. Psychology, Ajou University
Behavior, Agent-Based Simulation, Spatial Cognition, Heuristics, Space Syntax
Yeinn Oh is a Ph.D. student in Architecture at the School of Architecture at Georgia Tech. She obtained her Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Psychology degrees from Ajou University in South Korea and completed her M.S. in Urban Design at Georgia Tech. Yeinn is passionate about investigating the relationship between human behavior and building design using Agent-Based Simulation. Her research focuses on understanding how building form affects human psychology. Her recent research applies Space Syntax analysis and Agent-Based Simulation in office settings to examine spatial behavior.