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ABOUT ME

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I am an architect and computational designer, holding a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Calgary, Canada, where I specialized in Computational Media Design (CMD). My research intersects the realms of data visualization, digital fabrication, and immersive technologies. Passionate about data-driven design, I leverage technology to forge interactive tools that enhance creativity, collaboration, and community engagement across design, architecture, and education

Currently serving as a Computational Designer at Kirkor Architects in Toronto, I bring a unique perspective to design and architectural projects. In 2023, I completed a postdoctoral fellowship at INRIA, Bordeaux, France. There, working with Yvonne Jansen, I explored XR applications in visualization, deepening my expertise in this innovative field.

 

My doctoral research centred on the digital fabrication of objects representing diverse datasets, contributing to the field of data physicalization. My efforts were geared towards enhancing the comprehension, exploration, and memorability of data. I have published extensively on physicalizing geospatial data at various scales, reflecting my commitment to advancing understanding and interaction in this specialized domain.

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