Embedded Intelligence

AA Visiting School New York

Embedded Intelligence

AA Visiting School New York

Embedded Intelligence

AA Visiting School New York

Embedded Intelligence

AA Visiting School New York

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Embedded Intelligence, AA Visiting School New York

A unique educational experience devoted to exploring the intersection of natural systems and Next Gen manufacturing.July 6-17, 2015

Immersive Learning

Join us for an inspiring ten days of intensive workshops, thought-provoking lectures, and collaborative learning.

Next Gen Manufacturing

Work hands-on with advanced manufacturing technology.

Natural Systems

Learn how natural systems are informing new methods of building and product manufacturing.

Generative Design

Explore the principles and techniques of generative design as it applies to the design and manufacturing of our built world.

Program Description

This 10-day intensive program will combine research in the areas of natural systems and composite materials with methods of advanced manufacturing. Participants will have the opportunity to work with a team of industry thought leaders and expert consultants to explore the possibility for biological models to influence and enhance architectural systems.

 

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Teaching Team

The Embedded Intelligence AA Visiting School will be supported by a series of lectures from leading academics and practitioners in the fields of architecture, engineering, biomimetics and generative design. A student-instructor ratio of 4:1, will provide attendees with many opportunities to work hands-on with our teaching team.

Venue Location

This unique educational program will take place in Long Island City, New York. Transportation to the venue is convenient by bus, train, and ferry. Lectures, presentations, and workshops will be accompanied by tours of advanced manufacturing facilities located in the surrounding boroughs.

 

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Partners & Sponsors

This workshop is kindly supported by our strategic partners.

Explore the Intersection of Nature and Advanced Manufacturing

"The form of an object is a 'diagram of forces', in this sense, at least, that from it we can judge of or deduce the forces that are acting or have acted upon it."

− D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson

"Surfaces are not independent of form, but that part of form through which complex exchanges with the environment are vectored."

− Michael Weinstock

"For testing forces the model must be made with the same materials and in the same form as the final structure."

− Frei Otto

"Nature is a giant laboratory."

− Yosef Bar-Cohen

Sean Ahlquist

Presenter

Gil Akos

Director

Darrick Borowski

Instructor

Dennis Goff

Instructor

Evan Greenberg

Director

Chuck Hoberman

Presenter

Sharon Jamison

Instructor

Chris Morse

Instructor

Ronnie Parsons

Director

Brian Ringley

Instructor