Performance assessment strategies: A computational framework for conceptual design of large roofsMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Series: A+BE Architecture and the Built EnvironmentPublication details: 2014 TU Delft Library NetherlandsDescription: 400 pagesISBN:
- 720.103 TUR
|Item type||Current library||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Books||Anant National University Central Library||Architecture||720.103 TUR (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||003506|
Browsing Anant National University Central Library shelves, Collection: Architecture Close shelf browser (Hides shelf browser)
<p>Thesis presented for the degree of doctor at TUDelft on 6 January 2014 by the author</p>
Michela Turrin received her Master of Science degree in Architecture at IUAV University of Venice. From 2003 to 2006, she taught at the Departments of Architecture and Building Technology of IUAV; and worked as architect and project manager on several projects in Italy. From 2006, she developed research, taught and coordinated studios at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology. In 2012 she was Marie Curie Fellow at Beijing University of Technology, as part of the Urban Knowledge Network Asia. She has taught in a number of international events, among which the IFoU Summer School 2012 in Beijing and Winter School 2013 in Hong Kong. In 2013, she was awarded a grant by the Urban Systems and Environment, joint Research Centre between the South China University of Technology and Delft University of Technology. Since September 2012, she holds a position as senior lecturer at Yasar University in Izmir-Turkey, where she also coordinates the collaborations with Delft University of Technology and is involved in joint practice-related architectural design projects. Since 2003, she has lectured in workshops, symposia and international conferences, focusing both on architectural engineering and computational topics. Since 2005, she has developed a remarkable number of peer-reviewed papers, two of which have received international awards. Since 2007, she has contributed to international events and scientific conferences as co-organizer and scientific committee member; and since 2011, she has peer-reviewed a number of journal papers. Her research interests focus on parametric and computational processes for performance-oriented design. Her teaching focuses on architectural and engineering integrated design processes, using computational technologies. Both research and teaching are grounded in activities from practice, for which she has developed a number of international collaborations.