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Associate Professor Matthias Haeusler

Director Computational Design
Architectural Computing, Computational Design (CoDe), Smart Cities, Design Research Collaboration

Dipl.-Ing. (HfT Stuttgart Architecture) / PhD (SIAL/RMIT)

The focus of my research is studying the integration and application of 21st-century digital technologies within and for the built environment to generate design outcomes through computation. These technologies include robotics, sensors, machine learning, computation and big data.
 
My teaching and research are driven by the belief that data, collected and evaluated by my faculty colleagues, provides vital information about the built environment. These data and their relation to each other can be used as input variables for custom-made computational tools. These tools can then be used by architects, urban planners and designers to generate advanced designs and optimise workflows in the architecture, engineering and construction professions.
 
Just as the first machine age changed our lives, cities and landscapes a hundred years ago, the built environment of today must harness and apply emerging digital technologies to solve the 21st century challenges we now face.
 
Room: 
4019
Building: 
Red Center West Wing
Phone: 
54841
Bio: 

Associate Professor M. Hank Haeusler Dipl.-Ing. (Fh) / PhD (SIAL/RMIT) is the Discipline Director of the Bachelor of Computational Design (CoDe) at the Australian School of Architecture + Design (Built Environment) at the University of NSW, Sydney. Since December 2017 Haeusler is also a Professor at the Visual Art Innovation Institute at Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing due to being internationally recognised as a researcher, educator, entrepreneur, and designer in media architecture, digital technology, computational design, interaction design, and ubiquitous computing.

Under Haeusler’s leadership, the CoDe degree was developed as a nexus of architecture and design with engineering and science all through a profound understanding of computing and computation. The program focuses on applying state of the art thinking in design, architecture and urbanism, engineering and science, together with frontier computational skills and digital fabrication technologies. Commencing in 2015, and unique in Australia, the degree focuses on the design and application of digital technologies for and within the built and urban environment, to address and meet the challenges of the 21st century.

The core focus in Haeusler’s research at UNSW is studying the integration of digital technologies within and for the built environment. The motivation for this interest is based on the belief that fine-grain data collected in real-time, can provide crucial information about the performance of the built and urban environment, and subsequently enable enhanced knowledge for the design of cities. He is author of seven books and over 50 book chapters, journal and conference papers discussing significant topics such as responsive public transport systems ‘InterChanging – Future Designs for Responsive Transport Environments’ (Spurbuch, 2014) and ‘Infostructure – A transport research project’ (Freerange Press 2010); media architecture and the role of the Internet of Things for the built environment in publications such as: ‘New Media Façade – A Global Survey’ (avedition, 2012), ‘Media Facades – History, Technology, Content’ (avedition, 2009); and data visualisation and info aesthetics in ‘Chromatophoric Architecture – Designing for 3D media facades’ (Jovis, 2010).

Haeusler has consistently combined research with practice, and exhibited several prototypes at public events including: on media facades with ‘Janus Face’ (Smartlight Festival / VIVID 2009), ‘Hypersurface Architecture [Redux] (Sydney Architecture Festival, 2012), Media Façade, Media Façade Exhibition (VIVID 2013), Orkhēstra (Luminale Frankfurt, 2014 and Sydney Design Week, 2014), and on public transport with InterChanging (Sydney Design Week, 2014).

From 2012 Haeusler has led a competitive ARC Linkage Grant investigating how to relieve growing patronage pressure on Australian public transport by integrating user-responsive digital technologies to offer a complementary approach to infrastructure expansion. This project investigates low-cost approaches to transport infrastructure expansion through the use of digital information technologies that work in conjunction with existing hard infrastructures. This aims to improve passenger flow through facilities by distributing loads across services through new approaches to information delivery and access for passengers. The vision is to enhance the customer experience while increasing mode-share and revenue performance of public transport, reducing operating costs, energy use and service disruption during periods of upgrade and refurbishment.

Haeusler has lectured extensively in Europe, Asia, North America and Australia at several universities including SciArc Los Angeles, ETH Zurich, TU Munich, Academy of Fine Arts Stuttgart, University of Hong Kong and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Copenhagen. In recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of media architecture he was appointed as a Professor at the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China in 2013 and from 2017 Guest Professor at the Beijing Advanced Visual Innovation Institute at the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing.

As a board member of the Media Architecture Institute Vienna / Sydney and in the role of director of the institute from 2011 – 2014, Haeusler has organised media architecture summits in Europe and Asia (Media Façade Summit Frankfurt, 2012 and 2014; Media Façade Summit Hong Kong, 2013). Additionally he was on the curatorial board as industry chair and special advisor of the Media Architecture Biennale 2012 and 2014 in Aarhus, Denmark. He was the General Chair of the 2016 Media Architecture Biennale in Sydney. The Biennale attracted over 500 global visitors, with a total budget of A$130k and is considered a significant event in the media architecture research community. Prior to his UNSW appointment Haeusler held a Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the UTS, Sydney. He completed his PhD thesis ‘Spatial Dynamic Media Systems’ (VDM publishers, 2010) at SIAL/RMIT University, Melbourne supervised by Professor Mark Burry in October 2007 and was awarded the RMIT University Research Prize in recognition of excellence in a Higher Degree by Research Program assessed in 2008. Haeusler has studied architecture in Stuttgart, Tokyo and Delft and worked for several years as a practicing architect in Germany, Australia and the US in housing and high-rise office developments. In 2002 – 03 Haeusler designed and project managed two exhibition booths for Mercedes-Benz in Switzerland (Automobile Salon Geneva 2003) with 1500 square meter and Mercedes-Benz largest booth in China up to this point (Auto China 2003) with 3500 square meter.

Research Activities: 

Haeusler’s has major research achievements in Media Architecture, Responsive Environments, Smart and Ubiquitous Cities and Responsive Transport Environments. In his six years as academic, as part of his postdoctoral work and research as Lecturer at UTS and Senior Lecturer at UNSW, his research was centered on three discrete fields of knowledge that have been developed out of observations and involvement in academia and industry based research projects. These three knowledge domains are:

  • Media Architecture and Media Facades (I).
  • Augmenting Media Facades through embedding digital technology / ICT into a buildings façade (II).
  • Testing the effect of (I, II) on the case study of public transport.

Within these domains his research is applied in two main fields – first, responsive environments with media architecture and media facades in the center of the domain and second, smart and ubiquitous cities with embedding digital technologies into the built environment. Both fields are researched, tested, evaluated and discussed in the context of public transport to make it responsive transport. In the following the three knowledge domains are further discussed and research and publications in the domains listed.

Knowledge domain (I) Media architecture and media façade have been the starting point of Haeusler’s research. At the start of his academic career in late 2008 no scholar has discussed the field of media architecture through the lens of architectural design and with an architectural focus towards designing a media façade. Thus one could argue that through Haeusler’s work, he could address this gap and has contributed here to three main domains:

  • Foundation knowledge in the filed
  • Expanding the field through conceptualising new forms and techniques
  • Developing and testing new prototypes.

Media Architecture is the foundation of Haeusler’s research, a unique field in which he had major contributions in establishing the field by publishing the first academic publication ‘Media Facades – History, Technology, Content’ (avedition, 2009) that has been sold over 1700 times and is cited 56 times. Haeusler was also involved in establishing the Media Architecture Institute, first as a speaker and presenter in early summits and conferences in London 2007, Berlin 2008, Vienna 2010 and since 2011 board member and from 2012 to 2014 President of the organisation. The second book on media facades ‘New Media Facades – A Global Survey’ (avedition, 2012) is as well part of establishing foundation knowledge. He expanded the field further through conceptualising new forms as discussed in ‘Chromatophoric Architecture’ (Jovis, 2010). Lastly, his research during his employment at UNSW included several creative outputs where Haeusler tested under a design research methodology various forms of non-standard or complex curved screens, which have been presented to the public via exhibitions in Sydney, Frankfurt (Germany), and Aarhus (Denmark).

Knowledge domain (II) Augmenting Media Facades through embedding digital technology (ICT technology) into a buildings façade. The second main domain responsive environments and smart and ubiquitous cities have its roots in media architecture. Media architecture till the later 2000s was primarily a giant screen on a building facade. Here researchers and designers been occupied with enabling large screens on buildings and studying their impact onto architecture and urban design. With the rise of the smart phone and the cheap availability of sensors and open source programming language the notion of a media façade being just a screen changed to an understanding of a building being equal to a smart phone. Consequently Haeusler’s research shifted to embedding not only LEDs into a build skin but also sensors and transforming media facades into a hubs that could collect data as well as display information. In the following his work has been centred two discrete questions:

  • Developing an autonomous sensing and communicating system (prototype)
  • Initialising a thinking and theory to define the field and to further knowledge.

The development of the ‘Polymedia Pixel’ was the centrepiece of generating an autonomous sensing and communicating system. The work was discussed in three conference papers and the book chapter Autonomous Pixel’ (2009), From 2011 onwards the research here shifted from investigating a purely technical domain towards initialising a thinking and theory to define the field and to further knowledge. This has been communicated via the book chapter Media Facades – Quo Vadis? (2012) as well as two journal articles.

Knowledge domain (II) Testing the effect of (I, II) on the case study of public transport. As mentioned earlier both domains are researched, tested, evaluated and discussed in the context of public transport. This is reflected in Haeusler’s publications where seven publications since his employment at UNSW are focused on ‘responsive transport’ The main argument the research makes is that is either expensive, politically difficult or time consuming to building new train lines, bus routes or similar. Research has argued that public transport systems can be as well be improved through better transport passenger information. This is where Haeusler’s research tackles the problem. Passenger information can be provided via retrofitting systems with sensors, screens, computing components and ICT technologies that collect data within the public transport system, use the data to generate information about the system and feed them back to passengers via personal screens (smart phones) or public screens (media facades) to create better knowledge to make informed travel decisions. The findings of this investigation where communicated via the book ‘Infostructure – A transport research project’, (Freerange Press, 2012) and an edited book ‘Interchanging – Future Scenarios for Responsive Transport Infrastructure Design’ (Spurbuch, 2014) as well as four conference papers.

The main question now is understand how to enable a system where a loop between gaining information and displaying information could be automated to a point where the system could self generate content.

Teaching & Supervision: 

Main teaching interests are in embedding digital technology into the built environment, a topic he has taught in undergrad studios in Architecture Computing and in master studios in Architecture.

Haeusler is working, in a teaching context, on the develop a new Bachelor degree that will be the nexus of architecture and design with engineering and science all through a profound understanding of computing and computation. Computers have infiltrated all aspects of the built environment. Thus the course focuses on applying state of the art thinking in design, architecture and urbanism with theories from engineering and science together with frontier computer skills and digital fabrication technologies. The resulting creative, technical and aesthetic solutions are taught in individual interlinked modules. The degree offers unique skills on the application of digital technologies in the built environment to face the challenges of the 21st century.

Research and teaching is always very close connected for Haeusler and student projects like the Hypersurface Architecture [Redux] studio was later realised as an installation for the Sydney Architecture Festival 2012.

Haeusler will also assure that student work get the maximum exposure to the public. He recently curated with Master of Architecture students the Esemplastic exhibition, a research project on George Street Sydney which had been the exhibition of the opening event of the 2013 Sydney Architecture Festival

Publications:
Books

Gardner N; Haeusler M; Mahar B, (eds.), 2014, Interchanging – Future designs for responsive transport environments, first, Spurbuch,, Bamberg, Germany, http://www.spurbuch.de/en/product-reader-aadr/product/interchanging.html

Haeusler M; Tomitsch M; Tscherteu G, 2012, New Media Facades - A Global Survey, 1, avedition, Ludwigsburg, Germany, http://www2.avedition.de/en/Bucher/Katalog/377

Haeusler MH, 2010, Chromatophoric Architecture, Jovis Publishers, Berlin

Haeusler MH, 2010, Spatial Dynamic Media System: Amalgam of form and image through use of a 3D light-point matrix to deliver a content-driven zone in real-time, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller, Mauritius, http://www.amazon.com/Spatial-Dynamic-Media-System-content-driven/dp/3639241533

Gardner N; Haeusler MH; Tomitsch M, 2010, Infostructure: A Transport Research Project, 1, Freerange Press, Christchurch, http://www.projectfreerange.com/freerange-press/infostructure/

Haeusler MH, 2009, Media Facades: History, technology, content, Avedition Gmbh,Csi, Ludwigsburg, Germany

Book Chapters

Zavoleas Y, 2019, 'In the Architect’s Mind: Drawing (,) Architecture’s Future', in Haeusler M; Gardner N; Zavoleas Y (ed.), Computational Design - From Promise to Practice, Avedition, Ludwigsburg, pp. 158 - 173

Haeusler M, 2019, 'Theory (Methods) and Design in the Second Machine Age', in Haeusler M; Gardner N; Zavoleas Y (ed.), Computational Design - From Promise to Practice, avedition, Ludwigsburg, pp. 56 - 68

Haeusler M; Khean N; Fabbri A; Gerber D, 2019, 'Examining Potential Socio-economic Factors that Affect Machine Learning Research in the AEC Industry', in Lee J-H (ed.), Computer-Aided Architectural Design. "Hello, Culture" 18th International Conference, CAAD Futures 2019, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, June 26–28, 2019, Selected Papers, Springer, pp. 247 - 263, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-8410-3_18

Stevenson D; Krajina Z; Haeusler M, 2019, 'Media Architecture: Post screens, Ante [Insert here]', in The Routledge Companion to Urban Media and Communication, Routledge / Taylor & Francis Group, New York, http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781315211633

Haeusler M; Gardner N, 2019, 'Introduction: Computational Design - From Promise to Practice', in Haeusler M; Gardner N; Zavoleas Y (ed.), Computational Design - From Promise to Practice, avedition, Ludwigsburg, pp. 7 - 15

Dunstan B; Fabbri A; Haeusler M; Ramos Jaime C; Yu KD, 2019, 'The Centaur Pod Pavilion', in Computational Design. From Promise to Practice, pp. 80 - 95

Haeusler MH; Brejzek T, 2019, 'Oberflächenästhetik und Raumtiefe – Die Medienfassade zwischen allopoetischer Realität und autopoetischer Vision', in Günzel S (ed.), Mediale Räume, Kulturverlag Kadmos Berlin, Berlin, Germany, http://www.kulturverlag-kadmos.de/buch/mediale-raeume.html

Haeusler MH, 2017, 'From Allopoietic Content to Autopoietic Content for Media Architecture through a Better Understanding of Architectural Typologies', in Media Architecture Using Information and Media as Construction Material, Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, pp. 25 - 42, https://www.degruyter.com/view/product/465585

Haeusler MH; tomitsch M, 2017, 'Introduction', in Hesphanhol L; Haeusler M; Tomitsch M; Tschreteu G (ed.), Media Architecture Compendium - Digital Placemaking, av edition, Ludwigsburg, pp. 10 - 11

Haeusler MH, 2017, 'Media Architecture - Architecture in the Second Machine Age?', in Hespanhol L; Haeusler M; Tomitsch M; Tscherteu G (ed.), Media Architecture Compendium Digital Placemaking, Avedition Gmbh,Csi, pp. 13 - 15

Haeusler MH, 2016, 'Responsive transport environments: System thinking as a method to combine media architecture into a digital ecology to improve public transport', in Digital Futures and the City of Today New Technologies and Physical Spaces, Intellekt, Bristol, UK, pp. 157 - 174

Haeusler MH, 2015, 'Orkhēstra', in McNamara C; Martins A (ed.), Bright 2, frame publisher, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, http://store.frameweb.com/frame-publishers-bright-2.html

Tomitsch M; Haeusler M; McArthur IW; Foth M, 2015, 'The Role of Digital Screens in Urban Life: New Opportunities for Placemaking.', in Foth M; Brynskov M; Ojala T (ed.), Citizen’s Right to the Digital City – Urban Interfaces, Activism, and Placemaking, Springer, Singapore, pp. 37 - 54, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-287-919-6_3

Haeusler MH, 2015, 'Sydney : The Sydney Vivid Festival: from Place Branding to Smart Cities', in Neumann D; Petty MM; Isenstadt S (ed.), Cities of Light Two Centuries of Urban Illumination, Routledge, New York and London, pp. 144 - 147, https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138813922

Gardner N; Haeusler MH; Mahar B, 2014, 'Interchange of the Future', in Gardner N; Haeusler MH; Mahar B (ed.), Interchanging – Future designs for responsive transport environments, Spurbuch,, Bamberg, Germany, pp. 131 - 136, http://www.spurbuch.de/en/product-reader-aadr/product/interchanging.html

Haeusler MH, 2014, 'Enabling New Revenue Models Through Media Architecture', in Gardner N; Haeusler MH; Mahar B (ed.), Interchanging – Future designs for responsive transport environments, edn. 1, Spurbuch,, Bamberg, Germany, pp. 123 - 130, http://www.spurbuch.de/en/product-reader-aadr/product/interchanging.html

Haeusler MH, 2014, 'Hypersurface [Redux]', in Chatterjee A (ed.), Surface and Deep Histories Critiques and Practices in Art, Architecture and Design, Cambridge Scholars Pub

Haeusler MH, 2014, 'Introduction: Responsive transport environments', in Gardner N; Haeusler MH; Mahar B (ed.), Interchanging – Future designs for responsive transport environments, Spurbuch,, Bamberg, Germany, pp. 13 - 18, http://www.spurbuch.de/en/product-reader-aadr/product/interchanging.html

Haeusler M, 2012, 'Media Facades -Quo vadis?', in Pop S; Stalder U (ed.), Urban Media Cultures, edn. 1st, Av Edition GmbH, Ludwigsburg, Germany, pp. 180 - 185, http://www2.avedition.de/en/Bucher/Katalog/373

Haeusler MH, 2009, 'Autonomous Pixels: Liberating the Pixel from its Planar Position on a Screen', in McQuire S; Martin M; Niederer S (ed.), Urban Screens Reader, edn. 1, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, pp. 83 - 96, http://networkcultures.org/urbanscreens/2009/12/15/urban-screens-reader-order-now/

Haeusler MH, 2008, 'Using Models to Develop an LED Stick Component as Part of a Spatial Dynamic Media System', in Downton P; Mina A; Ostwald M; Burry M (ed.), Homo Faber: Modelling Ideas, Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory, Melbourne Museum and Archadia Press, pp. 120 - 125

Haeusler MH, 2008, 'Spatial Dynamic Media System', in Spiller N (ed.), Digital Architecture Now, Thames & Hudson, London, pp. 337 - 339, http://www.thamesandhudson.com/Digital_Architecture_Now/9780500342473

Edited Books

Haeusler M; Gardner N; Zavoleas Y, (eds.), 2019, Computational Design - From Promise to Practice, Avedition, Ludwigsburg

Haeusler MH; Hespanhol L; Tomitsch M; Tscherteu G, (eds.), 2017, Media Architecture Compendium - Digital Placemaking, av edition, Ludwigsburg, https://www.avedition.de/en/media-architecture-compendium.html

Journal articles

Haeusler M; Tomitsch M; Fredericks J, 2020, 'Redefining Community Engagement in Smart Cities: Design Patterns for a Smart Engagement Ecosystem', Citizen-Responsive Urban E-Planning: Recent Developments and Critical Perspectives, http://dx.doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-4018-3

Zavoleas Y; White M; Haeusler M, 2020, 'Simulation of Plant-Agent Interactions in a Landscape Information Model', Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, vol. 5-2020, pp. 188 - 197, http://dx.doi.org/10.14627/537690020

Zavoleas Y; Haeusler M; Dunn K; Bishop M; Dafforn K; Schaefer N; Sedano F; Yu DK, 2020, 'Designing Bio-Shelters: Improving Water Quality and Biodiversity in the Bays Precinct through Dynamic Data-Driven Approaches', Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, vol. 5-2020, pp. 521 - 532, http://dx.doi.org/10.14627/537690053

Trilsbeck M; Gardner N; Fabbri A; Haeusler MH; Zavoleas Y; Page M, 2019, 'Meeting in the middle: Hybrid clay three-dimensional fabrication processes for bio-reef structures', International Journal of Architectural Computing, vol. 17, pp. 148 - 165, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1478077119849655

Haeusler MH; Hespanhol L; Hoggenmueller M, 2018, 'ParticipationPlus: Documenting a design process of a media architecture installation in the second digital turn era', Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, vol. 7, pp. 133 - 149, http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/SASBE-10-2017-0049

Fabbri A; Dunstan B; Haeusler M, 2018, 'HRI for the Construction Industry: Challenging Architectural Fabrication towards Collaborative Artisanal Choreographies', International Journal of Architectural Computing, vol. 16

Tomitsch M; Haeusler MH, 2015, 'Infostructures: Towards a Complementary Approach for Solving Urban Challenges through Digital Technologies', Journal of Urban Technology, vol. 22, pp. 37 - 53, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10630732.2015.1040296

Haeusler M, 2013, 'Unpacking the full potential of media facades through a fusion with Kinect technology', International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development, vol. 4, pp. 141 - 156, http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/IJKBD.2013.054091

Conference Papers

Dunn K; Cochran B; Haeusler M; Cheng T, 2019, 'Design in Paediatric Healthcare: Rethinking 3D models of paediatric orthopaedic data using Design approaches.', in Fairly A (ed.), Real / Material / Etheral, Monash University, Monash University Melbourne, presented at 2nd Annual Design Research Conference, Monash University Melbourne, 03 October 2019 - 04 October 2019, https://www.monash.edu/design-research-conference#links&ampdownloads

Firth C; Dunn K; Haeusler M, 2019, 'Review of motion capture techniques and role in developing complex robotic systems.', in Real / Material / Etheral, Monash University Melbourne, presented at The 2nd Annual Design Research Conference, Monash University Melbourne, 03 October 2019 - 04 October 2019, https://www.monash.edu/design-research-conference

Dunn K; Haeusler M; Zavoleas Y; Bishop M; Dafforn K; Sedano F; Yu D; Schaefer N, 2019, 'Recycled Sustainable 3D Printing Materials for Marine Environments', in Souza X; Castro H (ed.), eCAADE/Sigradi & University of Porto, University of Porto, Portugal, pp. 583 - 592, presented at eCAADe 37/Sigradi 23: Architecture in the Age of the 4th Industrial Revolution, University of Porto, Portugal, 11 September 2019 - 13 September 2019, http://papers.cumincad.org/cgi-bin/works/paper/ecaadesigradi2019_641

Erzetic C; Dobbs T; Fabbri A; Gardner N; Haeusler M; Zavoleas Y, 2019, 'Enhancing User-Engagement in the Design Process through Augmented Reality Applications', in Xavier S; Castro H (ed.), eCAADe 37/Sigradi 23: Architecture in the Age of the 4th Industrial Revolution, eCAADe/Sigradi & University of Porto, University of Porto, Portugal, pp. 423 - 432, presented at eCAADe 37/Sigradi 23: Architecture in the Age of the 4th Industrial Revolution, University of Porto, Portugal, 11 September 2019 - 13 September 2019, http://papers.cumincad.org/cgi-bin/works/paper/ecaadesigradi2019_027

Scott S; Doherty B; Fabbri A; Gardner N; Haeusler MH, 2019, 'Discoverable desks', in Intelligent and Informed - Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, CAADRIA 2019, New Zealand, pp. 653 - 662, presented at CAADRIA, New Zealand, 15 August 2019 - 18 August 2019

Leung E; Butler A; Asher R; Gardner N; Haeusler MH, 2019, 'Redback BIM', in Intelligent and Informed - Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, CAADRIA 2019, New Zealand, pp. 775 - 784, presented at CAADRIA, New Zealand, 15 April 2019 - 18 April 2019

Zavoleas Y; White M; Haeusler M, 2019, 'Planting Design by Simulated Competition - A computational-ecological model for the selection and distribution of plant species on urban roof terraces', in Haeusler M; Schnabel MA; Fukuda T (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference, CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, pp. 31 - 40, presented at CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, 15 April 2019 - 18 April 2019, http://papers.cumincad.org/cgi-bin/works/paper/caadria2019_070

Sheldon A; Dobbs T; Fabbri A; Gardner N; Haeusler M; Ramos C; Zavoleas Y, 2019, 'Putting the AR in (AR)chitecture: Integrating Voice Recognition and Gesture Control for Augmented Reality Interaction to Enhance Design Practice', in Haeusler M; Schnabel MA; Fukuda T (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference, CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, pp. 475 - 484, presented at CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, 15 April 2019 - 18 April 2019, http://papers.cumincad.org/cgi-bin/works/paper/caadria2019_081

NG JMY; Khean N; Madden D; Fabbri A; Gardner N; Haeusler M; Zavoleas Y, 2019, 'Optimising Image Classification: Implementation of Convolutional Neural Network Algorithms to Distinguish between Plans and Sections within the Architectural, Engineering and Construction (AED) Industry', in Haeusler M; Schnabel MA; Fukuda T (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference, CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, pp. 795 - 804, presented at CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, 15 April 2019 - 18 April 2019, http://papers.cumincad.org/cgi-bin/works/paper/caadria2019_126

Johan R; Chernyavsky M; Fabbri A; Gardner N; Haeusler M; Zavoleas Y, 2019, 'Building Intelligence through Generative Design: Structural Analysis and Optimisation Informed by Material Performance', in Haeusler M; Schnabel MA; Fukuda T (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference, CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, pp. 371 - 380, presented at CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, 15 April 2019 - 18 April 2019, http://papers.cumincad.org/cgi-bin/works/paper/caadria2019_104

Green S; King G; Fabbri A; Gardner N; Haeusler M; Zavoleas Y, 2019, 'Designing out Urban Heat Islands: Optimisation of Footpath Materials with Different Albedo Value through Evolutionary Algorithms to Address Urban Heat Island Effect', in Haeusler M; Schnabel MA; Fukuda T (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference, CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, pp. 603 - 612, presented at CAADRIA, Victoria University of Wellington, 15 April 2019 - 18 April 2019, http://papers.cumincad.org/cgi-bin/works/paper/caadria2019_080

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