Alexandros Haridis is an architect and a researcher of computation in its interface with creative domains such as architecture, engineering design, mathematics, and different forms of art. He is currently a Lecturer in the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Haridis received a PhD in Design and Computation as a Presidential Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in September 2022. He is also a MIT Hyzen Fellow, A. G. Leventis, and Onassis Foundation scholar.
Through fundamental research, technical tools, and design frameworks, his research focuses on ways modern computing intertwines with spatial design and how it can be augmented with human value and insight. Published work appears in the journals Environment and Planning B, Computer-Aided Design, Journal of Mathematics and the Arts, and Computers & Graphics. Haridis was formerly a member of the MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab.
Prior to MIT, Haridis completed a Diploma of Architect Engineer at the School of Architecture of the Aristotle University in Greece. Outside of research, he pursues individual and collaborative work in design, new media, and music that he has exhibited internationally.
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