Vernelle Noel, Ventulett Fellow 2018 - 2020

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Vernelle Noel presenting at TEDxPortofSpain

Vernelle A. A. Noel began her two-year term as Ventulett NEXT Generational Visiting Fellow in the Fall 2018 semester. As a research scientist, computational designer, artist, and architect, Noel’s work largely focuses on craft and cultural design practices, computational making, and lightweight architecture.

After earning her professional degree in architecture from Howard University, Noel worked with Burt Hill, an international design firm in Washington, D.C. and Ahmedabad, India. She later graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a Master of Science in Architecture Studies from the Design Computation Group and earner her Ph.D. in design computing at Penn State University in 2019.

Noel taught design computation and digital design and fabrication at the Singapore University of Technology and Design. She is also the founder, creator and editor of Architecture Caribbean, an online platform that showcased and promoted design by Caribbean nationals. In 2015, Noel gave a TEDx Talk titled, “The Power of Making: Craft, Computation, and Carnival” at TEDxPortofSpain.

She is now an assistant professor for the Georgia Tech School of Architecture. 


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