|Tom Fisher Discusses Research in Architectural Practice in “AIA Voices” section of ARCHITECT MAGAZINE
An article by William Richards presents Tom Fisher’s position on the relationship of academic and practice-based research published in Issue 1:2 SIMULATIONS of TAD journal: Research and Architecture’s Knowledge Loop. Full ARCHITECT MAGAZINE article.
TAD hosted a Workshop at the 106th ACSA Annual Meeting | The Ethical Imperative
March 15-17, 2018 | Denver, Colorado Architects are stewards of the built environment who rely on the advancement of current social, environmental, and technical knowledge and innovation for their practice. The architectural discipline has the ethical responsibility to conduct research and contribute to the advancement of these vital areas.Defining Your Research explores the creation of new knowledge and how, or in which modes, it is being developed into research. Designed for tenure-track faculty, particularly those in the early stages of the tenure process, the interactive workshop discussed ways to strengthen or refresh their research and peer-review publication skills. For more information, please see: www.acsa-arch.org/programs-events/conferences/annual-meeting/106th-annual-meeting/workshops
Call for New TAD Editorial Board Members – CLOSED
TAD Panel at the ACSA Annual Meeting in Detroit
Caryn Brause, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
TAD Presentation at the ACSA Administrator’s Conference in Chicago
TAD is at the ACSA Annual Meeting in Seattle
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Technology | Architecture + Design (BTES)
A presentation of Technology | Architecture + Design, a new peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the advancement of scholarship in the field of building technology, with a focus on the impact, translation and integration of technology in architecture and design. TAD is the only journal that addresses current trends in technology based research from an inclusive, yet focused, perspective dedicated to buildings and their allied mechanisms, artifacts, systems and processes. Participants will be invited to discuss their ideas about sharing new knowledge in how we think, make and use technology within the building arts. The journal endeavors to feature articles on primary research in emerging materials, construction techniques, design integration, structures, building systems, energy, environmental design, information technology, digital fabrication, sustainability and resiliency, project delivery, the history and theory of technology, and building technology education. Aimed at researchers, educators, and practitioners, the journal advances and transforms the current discourse on building based technologies with the goal of expanding, reimagining and challenging its role for architecture and design.
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