The Jacobs Maker Space is ...
What does it mean for something to be public? What does it mean for one’s voice to be heard? For one’s art to be seen? Who benefits the most from our public spaces?
AI Architects Lecture Series: artificialis Releivo
About this event
As machine learning (ML) processes are introduced into computer-aided architectural design, the modes of action afforded by this new media will catalyze changes in the way we design.
I recently graduated from ASU where I had the opportunity to work in two research labs as a UX designer on multiple mixed reality experiences. I love to keep busy and I make sure that my life is never filled with a dull moment.
On November 14, 2020, Adam Huth (MDes Spring 22), David Zhou (MDes Spring 22), Effie Jia (MDes Spring 22), Franklyn Bucknor (MDes Spring 22), came together to participate in CMYKxBart Designathon,
Responding to the need for outdoor dining during COVID-19, MDes cohort members Titus Ebbecke (MDes Spring ’22) and Roland Saekow (MDes Spring ’22) formed a company called Nimble Spaces to provide rentable modular outdoor spaces.
Marta C. Gonzalez is Associate Professor of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley, and a Physics Research faculty in the Energy Technology Area (ETA) at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab).
Björn Hartmann is Faculty Director of the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation and Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
His research in Human-Computer Interaction focuses on novel design,
Professor Stuart’s research interests include: Dexterous manipulation; Bioinspired design; Soft and multi-material mechanisms; Skin contact conditions; Tactile sensing and haptics.
Mobile robots face a rapidly expanding range of potential applications,
SAVE THE DATE: Friday Dec. 10th @ Jacobs Hall
We are happy to announce that MDes will be participating in the Jacobs Winter Design Showcase! The Design Showcase is a three-day symposium of student work and presentations,…
Sponsor: Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation
Join us for another semester of Design Field Notes—an ongoing lecture series part of our course DES INV 95.