Associate Dean Marc J. Neveu Explores Design Research with TAD

Woodbury School of Architecture Associate Dean Marc J. Neveu will join a panel of speakers for the first spring 2018 webinar of TAD, the journal of Technology | Architecture + Design. The webinar will explore how to define research and its landscape within the discipline of architecture.

TAD Webinar #1
Defining the Research Landscape Within the Discipline of Architecture
Thursday, February 1, 2018, 2–3pm ET

The webinar looks to examine the structure of research today. A series of presenters will give short presentations that represent different forms of research including history & theory, social sciences, and science-based models. Neveu joins three other speakers:

Joon-Ho Choi
Assistant Professor of Building Science and Director of Human-Building Integration Research Group
University of Southern California

Lynne Dearborn
Associate Professor of Architecture
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Bess Krietemeyer
Design Researcher
Syracuse Center of Excellence

TAD is a journal of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). TECHNOLOGY | ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN is a publication venue for building technology researchers who seek to articulate the value and relevancy of technology for architecture and design. TAD is committed to disseminating research and scholarship contextualized within disciplinary, cultural, and ethical frameworks. Through peer-reviewed and solicited content, TAD provides a forum for discussion and debate about the impact of technological forces on design and practice.

Find out more about TAD and the webinar online.


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