IaaC Lecture Series_Mar 26 < Sean Hanna

Architectural Complexity and Thinking Machines

Sean Hanna

Co-Director of the Bartlett Masters in Adaptive Architecture and Computation

Sean Hanna is an RCUK Academic Fellow in Space and Adaptive Architectures at the Bartlett, UCL, where he co-directs the masters courses in Adaptive Architecture and Computation. His research covers computational methods for dealing with complex systems in design and the built environment, particularly involving computation and machine intelligence, and his publications address the fields of artificial intelligence, collaborative creativity and the design process, and the optimisation of structures and materials.
Prior to joining UCL he practiced architecture and design, and maintains research links including collaboration with Foster + Partners and Antony Gormley. He is a member of the advisory committee of Space Syntax Limited and Complex Matters Limited, a member of the editorial boards of AI EDAM and the Journal of Engineering Design, and is currently Investigator at UCL on several research projects on digital design and fabrication technologies, and the modelling of complex global dynamics and their effect on cities.

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