Vassilios Bartzokas, the Founder & Editor of ARCHISEARCH.gr interviews Dimitris Papanikolaou Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, founder and director of the Urban Synergetics Lab who shares his experience on Architecture and advice to young professionals. This series is a part of Archisearch Portfolio Reviews, taking place within the Archisearch Career Days initiative.
Dimitris Papanikolaou, DDes, is an Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, jointly between the School of Architecture and the Department of Software and Information Systems, and he is the founder and director of the Urban Synergetics Lab. His research investigates the relationship between urban space, information technology, and social behavior from a cybernetics perspective. He has worked at Microsoft Research (Computational User Experiences and VIBE groups) and at the MIT Media Lab (Smart Cities and Changing Places groups), and he has taught at the NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program, MIT Media Lab, and Harvard GSD. His research has been published in 32 peer-reviewed conference proceedings, journal articles, and book chapters, and has received distinctions including the Buckminster Fuller Challenge, the Harvard Deans’ Design Challenge, the Harvard Fellowship on Energy and Environment, and the Knight Foundation Celebrate Charlotte Arts Initiative. He holds a Doctor of Design (DDes) from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, an MSc in Media Arts and Sciences from the MIT Media Lab, a SMArchS in Design Computation from MIT School of Architecture and Planning as a Fullbright scholar, and a Diploma in Architectural Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens in Greece.
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