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Reinhard König

Reinhard König

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Reinhard is Junior-Professor for Computational Architecture at the Bauhaus-University Weimar and Principal Scientist at the Center for Energy at the Smart and Resilient Cities competence unit at the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) in Vienna. In addition, he acts as Co-PI in the Big Data Informed Urban Design group at the Future Cities Lab (FCL) at the Singapore ETH Centre. His current research interests are applicability of multi-criteria optimization techniques for planning synthesis, cognitive design computing and correlations of computed measures of spatial configurations with human cognition and usage of space.

Sven Schneider

Sven Schneider

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Sven is a lecturer and researcher in the field of architectural planning support systems. He is interim professor for the chair of computer science in architecture at the Bauhaus-University Weimar and founding partner of DecodingSpaces GbR. He studied applied computer science at TU-Chemnitz and graduated in architecture at the TU-Dresden and BU-Weimar. He completed his PhD in 2016 on the topic of automated spatial layout design from a user-perspective. His main research interests lie in the development of measures for evaluating the built environment and generative methods for supporting the design process. He was and is engaged and coordinating several state-funded research projects and has published a number of articles on generative methods for spatial layout design and spatial analysis.

Martin Bielik

Martin Bielik

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Martin is a research assistant at the Chair of Computer Science in Architecture at the Bauhaus-University Weimar in Germany and co-founder of the DecodingSpaces. He graduated in architecture and urban planning in 2011 at the Faculty of Architecture, Slovak University of Technology. Since 2012, he worked at the Bauhaus University Weimar. His main research interest is computational analysis and simulation of urban systems and application of these methods in planning process. As associate investigator at Emerging Cities Lab in Addis Ababa, he positions his research in context of rapid urbanization.

Abdulmalik Abdulmawla

Abdulmalik Abdulmawla

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Abdulmalik is a lecturer and research assistant at the Chair of Computer Science in Architecture at the Bauhaus-University Weimar in Germany. He graduated in architecture and urban planning in 2013 at Dessau International Architecture Graduate School (DIA), Germany. Since 2016, he works at the Bauhaus University Weimar. His main research interest is computational analysis and simulation of urban systems with a focus on the patterns of microeconomic aspects of the local urban settings of the city. He was also the Project Coordinator of Discovering Cities project in Amman Jordan in 2018.

Martin Dennemark

Martin Dennemark

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Martin is a research assistant at the Chair of Computer Science in Architecture at the Bauhaus-University Weimar in Germany. Since 2016, he is part of the interdisciplinary research project Integrated Infrastructure between Weimar and the EiABC, Addis Abeba University. The project focuses on digital planning and participation strategies for emerging cities in Ethiopia. Martin holds a bachelor degree in architecture at msa | münster school of architecture and graduated in the field of urbanism at TU Delft. Besides his research he is co-founder of form follows you. His main interest lays in easing stakeholder negotiation and participation with the support of computational planning tools.

Еkаtеrinа Fuсhkinа

Еkаtеrinа Fuсhkinа

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Ekaterina is a research assistant at the Chair of Computer Science in Architecture at the Bauhaus-University Weimar in Germany. She graduated in Computer Science and Media in 2017 at Bauhaus-University Weimar. Her main research interest is design and developing of computational analysis approaches in architecture with focus on spatial analysis and design space exploration systems.

Ondrej Vesely

Ondrej Vesely

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Ondrej is a freelance researcher at Austrian Institute for Technology in Vienna, Austria. He's also a student of architecture currently finishing his bachelor diploma at VUT Brno, Czech Republic. In 2016 he has spent 2 semesters on Bauhaus Universität Weimar as an exchange student, working mostly on projects lead by the Chair Informatics in Architecture (InfAR). His main research interest is development of computational analysis and parametric modelling tools for urban planning.

Theresa Fink

Theresa Fink

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Theresa studied architecture at Graz University of Technology. She spent six months in Liechtenstein and one year in Switzerland doing internships in architectural offices. The main interest of her research are parametric modeling techniques and computational urban design.

Jacob Wegerer

Jacob Wegerer

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Jacob studied architecture (TU Graz). Before joining the AIT as PhD fellow, he has worked as assistant professor at the Institute of Architecture and Media at TU Graz as well as in architecture offices. His doctoral thesis focuses on the analysis of spatial data. He is interested in the application of machine learning in the fields of architecture and urban planning to analyze the spatial quality of urban space.

Olaf Kammler

Olaf Kammler

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Olaf has a Master of Science in MediaArchitecture from the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, where he works as a lecturer since 2018. In addition, he studies Management [Construction Real Estate Infrastructure] at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.

David Neudecker

David Neudecker

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David is designer and developer of the interactive urban data visualizations not only in the context of smart cities. He has over 6 years of experience with allowing teams materialize their visions in some of the most influential companies and research institutions around the globe (Coop-Himmelblau, Future Cities Laboratory, the ETH Zürich’s research unit in Singapore). In the role of design leader, he has driven planning and design support tools to successful implementation in Southeast Asia's mega-cities.

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