Stuckeman Center for Design Computing hosting spring lecture series
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Stuckeman Center for Design Computing (SCDC) is hosting a spring lecture series this semester to highlight the work of the center’s researchers across the Stuckeman School’s three disciplines over the last five years.
Each of the events, which will be held in the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space and via Zoom, will highlight two projects and are as follows:
- Feb. 2 – Felecia Davis, “Fabricating Networks” and Pep Avilés & Laia Celma, “Sentinel Lands: The Geospace of Mine Fires”
- March 2 – Benay Gürsoy, “Form and Matter at the ForMat Lab” and Heather Ligler, “Critical Restoration: Rule-based Systems for the Redesign of Building Stock”
- April 6 – Travis Flohr, “Simulating Impacts of Landscape Design and Planning for Biodiversity and Climate-resilient communities” and Rodney Allen Trice, “The Imminent Fourth Wave of Technology: Why Stuckeman and SoVA are Already Late”
Questions about the series can be directed to Katrina Kasper at email@example.com.
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