Edouard Din, PhD

Associate Professor, Joined TU in 2008

EDUCATION

Arch. Diploma, Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland

B. City Planning, University Paris-VII, Paris, France

MA Math, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

PhD Arch., Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION AND MEMBERSHIPS

Registered Architect ONAC, Cameroon

Member of Union of African Architects (UAA)

Member of American Mathematical Society (AMS)

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Tuskegee University, Department of Architecture, 2008-present

Courses taught:

  • ARC 211 Architectural Presentation (Presentation Drawing, Architect's Portfolio)
  • ARC 345 Computer Applications I (Photoshop, AutoCAD)
  • ARC 369 Computer Applications II (Rhino, VisualArq, Grasshopper)

Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture, 2001-2003

Courses taught:

  • ARCH 2011 Architectural Design Studio I
  • ARCH 2012 Architectural Design Studio II

North Carolina State University, School of Design, 1992-1993

Courses taught:

  • ARC 202 Architectural Design Studio

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Robert Debre Pediatric Hospital, Paris Francis. With Pierre Riboulet, Atelier de Montrouge, Paris, France

Retail Store and Office Building Project, Atlanta, Georgia

PRESENTATIONS, PAPER PUBLICATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS

Din E., Economou A., 2010. IJAC 2011. "Surface Symmetries: The Smith House Revisited" Expanded Paper (28 pages). Accepted for Publication in the International Journal of Architectural Computing, An Alliance, formed in 2002 between the five international CAAD organizations: eCAAD, ACADIA, CAADRIA, SiGraDi and CAADFutures.

"Surface Symmetries: The Smith House Revisited." MIT Lecture Series. November 2010.

Din E., Reviewer, ACADIA Conference at the Cooper Union, New York. 2010.

Din E., Economou A., 2009. "Emergent Symmetries: Visual Computations," International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Futures. CAADfutures, 13th assembly, 2009, Montreal), ed. T. Tidafi, T. Dorta, Montreal University Press, pp. 173-187.

Din E., Economou A., 2007. "Rewind-Pause-Forward: The Wall Variations of the Smith House," Conference Proceedings of International Society of Arts, Math and Arch, ed. E. Akleman, N. Friedman, Texas A&M University Press, pp. 135-143.

Din E., 1993, "Design Diaspora: Exhibition of Black Architects, ed. Armenta Davis, Chicago Atheneum.

SERVICE: UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT AND COMMUNITY

Digitalite, Inc. - Digital Literacy and Computer Preparation

  • Program Sponsored by 100 Black Men, Dekalb Chapter - Atlanta to Train 100 Black Kids

REFERENCES

Dr. Terry Knight, Professor of Architecture, School of Architecture, MIT

Dr. Thanos Economou, Associate Professor of Architecture, College of Architecture, Georgia Tech

Prof. Chuck Eastman, Professor of Architecture and Computer Science, College of Architecture, Georgia Tech

Dr. Tolek Leniewsky, Director of IMagine Lab, College of Architecture, Georgia Tech

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