News & Updates


Guest Lecture: I will be giving a guest lecture on computation and the built environment on December 4th at Harvard's School of Engineering & Applied Sciences as part of the course CS79 Design of Useful & Usable Interactive Systems taught by Prof. Krzysztof Gajos.


Fall'23: I am co-teaching a graduate studio course STU-1231 Collaborative Design Engineering Studio I, offered by the Harvard Graduate School of Design in collaboration with SEAS.


Workshop: I am teaching a 4-day workshop on visualization and data processing technologies for first-year Master's in Design Engineering students at Harvard University.


Started as Lecturer in the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. My office is in the Science & Engineering Complex. There is a nice article on Archdaily on the architecture, materials, and construction of the building.


Exhibited at the Special Projects section on “Genger & Geography” of the 2023 Venice Biennale of Architecture in Italy, curated by Professor Leslie Lokko. I was part of an MIT team of faculty, students, and collaborators led by architect and MIT Professor J. Yolande Daniels. See more here.


Spring’23: Teaching two graduate courses in visualization technologies at Northeastern University. Material from these courses can be found on my Github account.


The MIT Press published the book Shapes of Imagination: Calculating in Coleridge’s Magical Realm by Professor George Stiny (MIT). I am responsible for almost 250 figures and line drawings illustrating the book. MIT Press provides the book as Open Access.


I officially graduated from MIT with a PhD in Architecture: Design and Computation.


New Journal Article: My work "Analysis of Shape Grammars: Continuity of Rules" is now published in Environment & Planning B. Access the preprint version on MIT DSpace.


New Journal Article: Our results from the workshop track "Quantifying Shape Complexity", part of the 2021 Eurographics Symposium on 3D Object Retrieval (SHREC’21), are now published in Computers & Graphics.