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Ashley is Senior Engineer (Computational Design) at the IStructE. He coordinates the development and application of computational methods in structural design. His experience in the delivery of architecturally led structural design encourages him to automate repetitive tasks in the pursuit of creative problem solving – developing expertise incomputational design, software design, electronics and additive manufacturing.
Juney is a lecturer and postdoctoral researcher at the Block Research Group of ETH Zurich. He has Master of Architecture and Master of Structural Engineering degrees from MIT, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Berkeley. His research interests include graphic statics, computational geometry, algorithmic design and geometry-based structural form-finding methods and sustainable materials and construction.
Tom is Senior Scientist and co-director at the Block Research Group, where he leads the computational and technical developments. Tom is the lead developer of COMPAS, the open-source computational framework for collaboration and research in architecture, structures and digital fabrication. Tom received his PhD from VUB, Belgium in 2008.
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