11 01, 2022

eCAAD 2020 in Berlin

2022-01-11T20:31:17+00:00January 11th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|

eCAAD 2020 in Berlin (T.U.) KEYNOTES of Lars Krückeberg and Thomas Spiegelhalter with the topics of '' Evidence-Based Design - how algorithms and good architecture can heal'', and '' Disruptive AI Data-Driven, Carbon-Positive, Bio-Inspired Optimization Design Workflows, 2020-2100''. Followed with a panel discussion of Lars Krueckeberg (GRAFT-Berlin), Thomas Spiegelhalter (Miami, US), Cris J.K. Williams (Bath-UK), Liss Werner and Dietmar Koenig (Institut für Architektur TU Berlin) Recording Can Be Found Here

11 01, 2022

La Biennale di Venezia Event 2021, Italy

2022-01-11T19:24:27+00:00January 11th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|

La Biennale di Venezia Event 2021, Italy: The three-year Climate Resilient Urban Nexus CHoices (CRUNCH) research projects of all joint Universities and Countries from the UK, Sweden, Poland, The Netherlands, Taiwan, presented and discussed their research outcomes at the Biennale di Venezia, Italian Pavilion, Resilient Communities_Venezia @Italian Pavilion 2021 on 24. September 2021. Participants: Alessandro Melis (VB Italian Pavillion Director, NYIT), Joanna Bach Glowinska, Joanna Tobolewicz, Piotr Lorens (University Gdansk, Poland), Maryam Ghodsvali (TU Eindhoven), Vera van Zoest (TU Upsala, Sweden), Thomas Spiegelhalter and John Correra, FIU Miami; Mei Hua Yuan, (Taiwan), u.a.. View Broadcast Here

11 01, 2022

Synthetic Biology for Carbon-Positive Architecture

2022-01-11T19:07:29+00:00January 11th, 2022|Categories: Architecture, Technology|

"Synthetic Biology for Carbon-Positive Architecture". Panel Discussion on September 9, 2021, Venice Biennale Italian Pavillion. Moderator: Thomas Spiegelhalter (Florida International University, Miami Architecture - Resilience). Panelist: Andrew Hessel (Chairman, Genome Project-Write), Mitchell Joachim (Founder, Terreform One / Professor, NYU), Rachel Armstrong (Living Systems Professor of Experimental Architecture, Newcastle University) Youtube Link

9 06, 2021

Participation at the Venice Biennale 2021 – Resilient Communities

2021-06-09T13:30:35+00:00June 9th, 2021|Categories: Architecture|

Every two years the architecture world takes over Italy for La Biennale Architettura (Venice Biennale), one of the most prestigious international architecture events in the world with origins dating back to the late 1800s. Thousands of architects, designers and educators flood the streets of Venice sharing their designs and ideas on the built environment with the public. This year, three FIU architecture professors and dozens of students will exhibit their work on this grand architecture stage. Prof. Thomas Spiegelhalter will present and curate the event on Carbon-Positive Buildings, Green-Blue Infrastructure Scenarios for Miami and the Greater Island, 2018-2100, with an expert panel on Synthetic Biology for Carbon-Positive Architecture with Autodesk Life Science microbiologists and geneticists on Living Systems. Read more about it here: https://news.fiu.edu/2021/how-will-we-live-together-fius-school-of-architecture-sheds-light-at-2021-venice-biennale?fbclid=IwAR0VuhEOcgfiBw13rhC16cle5LRupe3ix_NAlYWxIxEhuAoDEXNN_FhcRLY

11 05, 2019

Professor Spiegelhalter Leads Collaboration Workshop at Prestigious Keio University, Japan

2019-06-17T14:03:50+00:00May 11th, 2019|Categories: CRUNCH Miami Press|

Two EU Belmont Forum/SUGI projects shake hands at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan for a collaboration workshop to share research information and discuss progress in their respective projects. FIU’s Professor Thomas Spiegelhalter who leads the Miami CRUNCH research team together with FIU graduate researchers Darren Ockert & Monica Dragalina, and graduate student Amaila Tomey met with Keio University’s M-NEX research team led by Professor Wanglin Yan and included PH.D and Masters students from across Asia. Keio University features the work of honorary jukuin and Pritzker Architecture Prize-winning architect Fumihiko Maki. Maki was also instrumental in the launch of Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC), not only in the design of individual school buildings but also in the grand design of the campus itself. CRUNCH (Carbon Resilient Urban Nexus Choices) consists of over 19 project partners in the UK, Poland, Netherlands, USA, and Taiwan addressing all three sectors of the food, water, [...]

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