2019

"Synthetic Biology for Carbon-Positive Architecture". Panel Discussion on September 9, 2021, Venice Biennale Italian Pavillion. Moderator: Thomas Spiegelhalter (Florida International University, Miami Architecture - Resilience). Panelist: Andrew Hessel (Chairman, Genome Project-Write), Mitchell Joachim (Founder, Terreform One / Professor, NYU), Rachel Armstrong (Living Systems Professor of Experimental Architecture, Newcastle University) YouTube:
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Carbon-Neutral Design Projects L.L.C

2003

Studio Thomas Spiegelhalter + Associates

2020

Thomas Spiegelhalter, KEYNOTE and Panel Discussion at the 38th eCAADe Conference on Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe conference on Anthropologic – Architecture, and Fabrication in the cognitive age… From smart to behavioral… From digital to material; Keynote speaker: Prof. Thomas Spiegelhalter about “Disruptive AI Data-Driven. Carbon-Positive Bio-Inspired optimization design workflows 2020-2010.” Sponsors: Bentley Institute, Biomimetics, DFG German Research Association (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft), Moderated by: Liss C. Werner, Technische Universität Berlin, 16.09.2020.




Proceedings:

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2002

Feng Xu, Umberto Grosso, Thomas Spiegelhalter, Renata Morbiducci. "Parametric-algorithmic, Sea-level-rise Building Design Solutions: Long-term Design Testing and Optimization Scenarios for Miami Beach Buildings in Florida.” Twelfth International Conference on Design Principles & Practices, Special Focus: No Boundaries Design / Design No Fronteras, Barcelona, Spain, March 2018.

Thomas Spiegelhalter, Andrea del Borgi. "Comparative International Carbon-Neutral-Campus Building Operation Strategies between University of Genoa and Florida International University in Miami.” Twelfth International Conference on Design Principles & Practices, Special Focus: No Boundaries Design / Design No Fronteras, Barcelona, Spain, March 2018.

Presentation: Design Agent based Real-Time-Scenario Planning and Benchmarking for Salutogenic Environments, UIA General Session – Design Works, Sub Theme: Nature, Category or Topic: 9. Building Science & Engineering, Union of International Architects, World Congress, UIA Seoul, 2017

Joint presentation on “Sea Level Rise Adaptation and the Future of Coastal Cities” with parametric-algorithmic research case studies by Spiegelhalter and Unige Professor Renata Morbuducci with the Master students Feng Xu and Umberto Grosso, International GREEN SURF FESTIVAL, July 16, 2017, Italy.
Lecture: Climate Responsive Carbon-Neutral Architecture Protocols, at FORMEDIL I-TOWN CONFERENCE IN TARANTO, ITALY. Spiegelhalter was sponsored and invited by the nationally-known Formedil & GARANZIA GIOVANI as part of the BUILD UP SKILLS I-TOWN Conference, which took place in Taranto, Italy from November 25th to 27th.

The conference was co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme and the Puglia Region, 2016 - The I-TOWN project – Italian Workforce Training Qualification in Building – promoted under the community program BUILD UP SKILLS Pillar II, is scheduled to run from January 2014 to August 2017. It aims to create and update training programs and foster the achievement of the EU’s energy saving and environmental protection targets. Other partners of I-TOWN includes Polytechnical University in Turin, Energy Agencies of Livorno, Liguria, Cosenza and Chieti, and the University of Naples, Federico II. I-TOWN is co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union. For his presentation at the BUILD UP SKILLS I-TOWN Conference, Spiegelhalter was mentioned on Terra Ionica D’Europa. The two-day conference at the Polytechnic University in Taranto and Bari focused on the Formedil & GARANZIA GIOVANI programme, which is a funded Italian, national training, qualification and workforce programme for building professionals throughout Italy. The entire professional training programme stretches from Trentino Alto Adige in the North to Sicily in the South. The president of the Polytechnic University in Taranto, Dr. Fabio De Bartolomeo, recorded hundreds of participants, including engineers, architects, surveyors from three professional organizations, and other professionals who work in urban energy planning, policy making and applied research of resource efficient spatial planning. Spiegelhalter kicked off the panel and presented and discussed his numerous built, awarded, and widely published net-zero energy and carbon neutral building typologies and infrastructural planning projects. He also presented parametric protocols, post-occupancy measuring, and performance benchmarking processes. The presentations that followed Spiegelhalter’s were given by Dr. Erminio Radaelli on bioarchitettura, Professor Costa Erminia Amabile from Politecnico di Milano on ecologica, and Dr. Carapella Giovanni, Direttore del Formedil Nazionale from Rome on conservation and sustainability.
Regional Panel Conference, The Future of Physical Infrastructure Miami & Resilient Smart City Panel at the ‘One Community One Goal Physical Infrastructure Access’ breakfast conference at the Florida Blue offices in Miami, FL on April 13th, 2017, Invitation by the Resilience Office of Miami-Dade, USA.

Regional Sessions, Workshop, Panel and Project Publications / Climate Session $ Workshop at the Miami Beach Urban Studios, Sea Level rise and the Public Realm - An Advanced Urban Design Studio in Miami & South Florida. Organized by FIU-ARC, Sea Level Solution Center and the University of Pennsylvania, the Consulate of the Netherlands and Arcadis, Feb. 9, 2017 (Invitation by Consulate of the Netherlands, organized by ARCADIS, Miami), USA.

Lecture Presentation on “Carbon-Neutral Buildings and Blue Infrastructures for Miami” by Thomas Spiegelhalter and UNIGE students Umberto Grosso and Feng XU, Code for Miami is on Monday, February 27. Hosted at: SEA LEVEL RISE AND CIVIC TECHNOLOGY: AN OPEN DISCUSSION, Monday, February 27, 7pm-9pm. This was the second monthly event on climate change and technology co-hosted by Florida International University’s Sea Level Solutions Center (http://slsc.fiu.edu/), School of Communication and Journalism (https://scj.fiu.edu/) and Code for Miami., 2017 / Code For Miami, UM Cambridge Innovation Center with FIU SLSC and FIU SCJ, USA.

Finding Solutions to Sea Level Rise at FIU – Interview and Movie by Linda Flores of the FIU School of Communication + Journalism, FIU Broadcast Media ’17. YouTube link: https://youtu.be/6xfAe2BNUpE

2008

Lecture and Panel Discussion under the umbrella of the 4-year design/built research project Breaking Even "CARBON-NEUTRAL HIGH-RISE ENVELOPE DESIGN AND ENGINEERING FOR EXTREME TROPICAL CLIMATE IMPACTS" showing scenarios from 2019 to 2100 at the University of Miami with the LA Facade Tectonics Conference about Material Matters -Emerging Strategies and Design Practices for Facade Systems, Buildings & Urban Habitats. Break Even Moderator and Presenter: Thomas Spiegelhalter, Studio Thomas Spiegelhalter + Associates, Miami-Berlin; Kevin T. Greiner, MUP, JD, Sr. Fellow, FIU Metropolitan Center, Principal, Urban Centric Analytics, Presentation: Finding Opportunity in the Face of Extinction - The Future of Miami’s Building Technology Economy; Angel Suarez, RA, LEED AP BD+C, Presentation about Sustainable Perkins+Will Miami Projects; Host: Facade Tectonics Institute Los Angeles, Director: Mic Patterson PhD LEED AP+, Ambassador of Innovation & Collaboration, Founder, Immediate Past President. March 22, 2021.
Lecture at the Facade Tectonics World Conference Los Angeles 2020. “Carbon-Neutral High-Rise Envelope Nexus - Generative Design and Engineering for Extreme Subtropical Climates.” Facade Tectonics 2020 World
 Congress Fall Facade Tectonics Institute, 2020.

2019

Best-Practice and research project seminar and presentation on carbon-neutral design/built projects by Thomas Spiegelhalter at the Genoa Ordine degli Architetti (Chamber of regional Architects), Italy.

Carbon Neutral Buildings and Blue Infrastructure, Projects Conference Research Publication and Presentation: Initiative on Coastal Adaptation and Resilience (iCAR) of USF St. Petersburg, the ONE BAY Resilient Communities Working Group of the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, Tampa Bay Watch and the University of South Florida, (Sept. 13-14, 2016), USA.

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Lecture Envisioning “Carbon-Positive Masterplans: Green-Blue Infrastructures and Adaptive Buildings in Miami and Kigali (2018-2100)” at KEIO UNIVERSITY AT SHONAN FUJISAWA, November 16, 2023, Faculty of Policy Management, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Graduate School of Media and Governance Host: Professor, Head of Environmental Program, Prof. Wanglin Yan
World Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Amsterdam, Netherlands Keynote lecture titled 'Exploring Challenges and Best Practices of Generative AI and Topological Design Optimizations in Mechanical, Industrial, Structural, and Architectural Fields' at the 6th World Conference on Mechanical Engineering. This event took place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, from June 24 to 25, 2023, and was hosted by STECONF, a leading forum for Science, Technology, and Engineering Conferences. My presentation at this conference included an in-depth exploration of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Neural Networks, and Deep Learning, with specific focus on flow charts related to Metal 3D printing taxonomy, as well as a case study on the 'Hack Rod Project' by Autodesk for sensor data tracking research. Additional details and conference information can be found at https://www.steconf.org/conference/world-conference-on-mechanical-engineering/.

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Carbon-Neutral Buildings and Cities, University of Genoa, Dipartimento di’ Szienca per L’Architettura, UNIGE, Polytechnic School, (Nov. 16, 2016), Italy.
Selected Lectures, Conferences, Panel Discussions:

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Post-Parametric Building Designs and Urban Inventions, University of Genoa, Dipartimento di’ Szienca per L’Architettura, UNIGE, Villa Cambiaso, (Nov.17, 2016), Italy.
PREDICTIVE MODELING NETWORK FOR PERFORMATIVE HEALTH DESIGN AGENTS AND POE’S” as part of the real world projects panel on MODELS, METRICS and METHODS Building for Health and Well-Being: Structures.Cities.Systems, 2016 ACSA/ / ASPPH Fall Conference, September 22-24, 2016, University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Architecture

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Session development and moderation at Greenbuild 2010, International Forum and Federal Summit. “Measuring and Benchmarking: Local Examples, Global Perspective” - Session 402: Tools for Measuring the Performance of Sustainable Buildings. Leadership in Sustainability from Coast to Coast., U.S. Green Building Council, Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington, DC, USA, (May 2010).

Moderation and Lecture: “Sustainable Energy Technology in Germany and the U.S.” International Conference and Symposium. Sponsors: German Ministry Technology Export Initiative, The State of Baden-Württemberg International, Daimler-Benz, Bosch, Zafh.net Centre of Applied Research on Sustainable Energy Technology. West Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA, (November 8, 2009).

“Second International Energy Efficiency in Construction Symposium.” (Conference, Co-organized and moderated. One-day conference at the LADWP Davidson Conference Center with world leaders in green building design and construction, and advanced industries. Sponsors: LADWP Green Program, German Federal Ministry of Economics, BMI, Energy Efficiency Export Initiative, The Federal Ministry of the Interior of the Federal Republic of Germany, AHK San Francisco, GABA, USC Energy Institute, AIA Pasadena, Los Angeles, USA, (March 10, 2009)

Spiegelhalter, Thomas and Mina Chow. “Greening Architecture, Ethics, and the Environment, Lecture by Architect Ian Ritchie, London, Royal Academy, UK.” Co-organized (funded) and moderated lecture of Ian Ritchie, London, UK. Sponsors: Award Visions and Voices -USC Arts and Humanities Initiative. USC, British Airlines, AIA Los Angeles, USA, (January 21, 2009).

"Zero-Net-Energy Infrastructure and Sustainable Architecture Innovation Lecture by Architect Christoph Ingenhoven, Germany.” Co-organized (funded) and moderated lecture of Christoph Ingenhoven. Sponsors: USC Energy Institute, GLUMAC, GENSLER, AIA Pasadena, USGBC Chapter Los Angeles, USC Davidson Conference Center L.A., USA, (October 2, 2008).

Co-Organised, Hosted, and Funded Conferences:

Session development and moderation at Greenbuild 2010, International Forum and Federal Summit. “Measuring and Benchmarking: Local Examples, Global Perspective” - Session 402: Tools for Measuring the Performance of Sustainable Buildings. Leadership in Sustainability from Coast to Coast., U.S. Green Building Council, Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington, DC, USA, (May 2010).

Moderation and Lecture: “Sustainable Energy Technology in Germany and the U.S.” International Conference and Symposium. Sponsors: German Ministry Technology Export Initiative, The State of Baden-Württemberg International, Daimler-Benz, Bosch, Zafh.net Centre of Applied Research on Sustainable Energy Technology. West Hollywood, Los Angeles, (November 8, 2009).

“Second International Energy Efficiency in Construction Symposium.” (Conference, Co-organized and moderated. One-day conference at the LADWP Davidson Conference Center with world leaders in green building design and construction, and advanced industries. Sponsors: LADWP Green Program, German Federal Ministry of Economics, BMI, Energy Efficiency Export Initiative, The Federal Ministry of the Interior of the Federal Republic of Germany, AHK San Francisco, GABA, USC Energy Institute, AIA Pasadena, Los Angeles, (March 10, 2009).

Spiegelhalter, Thomas and Mina Chow. “Greening Architecture, Ethics, and the Environment, Lecture by Architect Ian Ritchie, London, Royal Academy, UK.” Co-organized (funded) and moderated lecture of Ian Ritchie, London, UK. Sponsors: Award Visions and Voices -USC Arts and Humanities Initiative. USC, British Airlines, AIA Los Angeles, (January 21, 2009).

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Panel Discussion: Climate Resilient Urban Nexus Choices for carbon-neutral city scenarios for Miami Greater Islands 2019 to 2100, American Institute of Architects (AIA MCAD) in downtown, May 1st to June 25th, 2021. Participants: Moderator: Prof. Thomas Spiegelhalter, FIU; Consul General of the German Consulate General Federal Republic of Germany, Andreas Siegel, Miami; Prof. Elizabeth English, PhD., Amphibious Architecture, Cambridge, Canada; Nadia Seeteram, Ph.D., Scientist on Climate Change Displacement Impacts, San Diego-Miami; Prof. Philip Stoddard, Ph.D., Department of Biological Sciences, FIU; Commissioner Rachel A. Streitfeld, Esq., North Bay Village, FL. Sponsors: Miami Dade County; American Institute of Architects, Miami-Dade; Culture Builds Florida; FIU Miami Urban Studios, Miami Beach; German Consulate General Federal Republic of Germany, Embassy Miami.

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Lecture on “Carbon-Neutral Architecture and Infrastructural Projects (Generative Coding, Scripting and BIM Scenario modelling) at the Universidad Veritas, San Jose, Costa Rica, June 20, 2018.

2019

Carbon-Neutral Design Education and Practice in the Caribbean Region: A European Union funded Holistic Integrated Project Delivery Approach, presentation and publication. ACSA | Cross Americas: PROBING DISGLOBAL NETWORKS Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Escuela de Arquitectura Santiago, Chile, 06/29/2016 - 07/01/2016.
"Big Data Analytics: Wellbeing-Centric Human Building Ecosystems--RCN-SEES," the Predictive Modeling Network for Sustainable Human-Building Ecosystems. Hosted by the University of Charlotte, College of Computing and Informatics. An NSF-funded Research Coordination Network (RCN) in Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability (SEES). Network Steering Committee:
                                            , July 22-23, 2019.

2011

FIU-University of Genoa’'s Cruise Ship and Super Yacht (CSSY) Program. Final Review sessions with Unige Prof. Massimo Musio-Sale and FIU Darci Pappano in La Spezia with Unige Rettore Paolo Comanducci. (center l-r: Thomas Spiegelhalter, Comanducci, Musio-Sale, Pappano, Matthew Rice, far right: Eric Peterson), March. 8, 2019.
International symposium on "Resiliency and The Built Environment.” Organized by the Japan Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Japan) and the Florida International University (FIU), at Meiji University with Tetsuya Yaguchi of Waseda, University Tokyo, Japan. Participants: Nobuaki Furuya, Marilys Nepomechie, Tanaka Tanaka, Akamatsu Akamatsu, Fukuoka, Alfredo Andia, Thomas Spiegelhalter, Gray Read, Eric Goldemberg, George Kunihiro, Akira Nakamura, and others. Tokyo, June, 2019
Collaborative research presentations for the “E.U. Belmont CRUNCH – Climate Resilient Urban Nexus Choices Workshop Conference” in Gdansk, Poland., June 20, 2018. Gdansk, Poland, at the Olivia Business Centre, and at Kuznia Wodna & Gdansk University of Technology, Sept. 12-13, 2018.

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Lecture: "Cross-American Experiences in an Ambitious Energy Reduction and Policy Implementation Project", presentation and publication with Prof. Camilo Rosales. ACSA | Cross Americas: PROBING DISGLOBAL NETWORKS Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Escuela de Arquitectura Santiago, Chile, 06/29/2016 - 07/01/2016

Invited joint lecture at the Berlin University of the Arts (Universitaet der Kuenste Berlin), Thomas Spiegelhalter: Post-parametric Automation in Design and Construction, Eric Goldemberg: Monad Studio – Sonic Architecture. UdK Medienhaus, 10823 Berlin, Germany, May 19, 2016

Lecture: Presented and led workshops on “Energy Efficiency and Sustainability” at the 5th Annual Caribbean Urban Forum (CUF5) hosted by UNHabitat in St. Lucia, June 10th to June 12th, 2015. I was sponsored as a consultant by the EU “Car Entrain” fund for “Mainstreaming Energy Efficiency and Climate Change in Built Environment Training and Research in the Caribbean.”

Lectures – Conferences

2016

International Environmental Governance for Climate Resilience Conference, Taiwan Keynote speaker and presenting at the International 'Environmental Governance for Climate Resilience Conference' at National Taiwan University. This conference, featuring esteemed speakers including Alessandro Melis (La Biennale Architettura Italian Pavilion Director and Curator, Prof. at CUNE NYC), was held on November 10th and 11th at the GIS convention centre, situated in the Fudeken Restoration Park, Taiwan. My keynote address focused on 'THE TRIGGERING EXAMPLE OF MIAMI, FLORIDA,' providing insights into environmental governance issues pertinent to climate resilience.

2020 eCAADe Conference, Berlin, Germany
"As a keynote speaker at the 38th eCAADe (Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe) Conference, I was pleased to contribute to the event held on September 16 and 17, 2020, at the Technische Universität Berlin. My keynote, titled 'Disruptive AI Data-Driven. Carbon-Positive Bio-Inspired Optimization Design Workflows 2020-2010,' delved into innovative architectural design methods. The session was moderated by Liss C. Werner. The conference and my presentation are documented in the proceedings of 'Anthropologic - Architecture and Fabrication in the Cognitive Age' Volumes 1 and 2, available at http://ecaade.org/, https://www.ecaade2020.tu-berlin.de/, and https://cyphylab.chora.tu-berlin.de/. Proceedings can also be accessed at http://papers.cumincad.org/."

3rd World Conference on Sustainability, Energy and Environment, December 8-13, 2023, Berlin, Germany. Thomas Spiegelhalter's presentations: “Towards Climate-Resilient Blue-Green Cities: Integrating AI, Machine Learning, and Synthetic Biology” and “Transition to Carbon-Neutrality: A Study of Urban Sustainability in Kigali, Rwanda.” Hosted by Science, Technology, and Engineering Conferences (STECONF). www.steconf.org.

BIOCALIBRATED: Tools and Techniques for Biodesign Practices Symposium, November 30 - December 1, 2023, hosted by MA Biodesign at Central Saint Martins - University of the Arts London. Thomas Spiegelhalter research presentation on "SynBio-calibrated Carbon-Positive-Building Infra-Design Research." Panel discussion alongside Pragati Vasant (IAAC), Ricardo Luque, Marcos Cruz, Sherru Aine, and Lola Ben-Alon (Columbia GSAPP) in Session 7, "REGENERATIVE SYSTEMS AND CIRCULAR MATERIALITY," moderated by Alice Taylor. https://mabiodesign.com/.

Master Thesis Panel Discussion on AI, ML, and Algorithms, hosted by Florida International Architecture's Prof. Thomas Spiegelhalter. Seminar with Sir Prof. Dr. David Spiegelhalter on Statistics, Machine Learning, Algorithms, and AI Hype in the Built Environment, Health, and Well-being. https://crunch.fiu.edu/event/zoom-discussion-on-ai-ml-and-algorithms-insights-into-the-built-environment-and-well-being/, https://youtu.be/VtyGkxui7Zc?si=QG7RTmTz7HRymXHQ.


Lecture-Workshop on Architecture and Urbanism Forum, UCB/Universidad Católica Boliviana. Directed by Sebastián Narvaja, with Thomas Spiegelhalter and others including Roberto Castillo, Elías Marín, Cazú Zegers, Ana María Durán, Fredy Massad, Guillermo Honles, Hans Ibelings, John Osborne, Jorge Jáuregui, Curtis B. Wayne, Francisco Moskovits, Enrique Larrañaga, Sarah Williams Goldhagen, Mauricio Quirós, Melissa Pineda-Pinto.

Two Presentations at the World Conference for Science, Technology and Engineering in Berlin, December 9-11, 2022. Thomas Spiegelhalter on "AI-ML assisted Generative GA/EA Design Workflows and FEA Optimizations on 3d-robot printed bridges and buildings." Peer-reviewed papers published by Scientific Research Publishing (SCIRP). Participants included Harun Sepetcioglu, Nazem Nascimento, Gustavo Henrique Romeu da Silva, Paul Sukpe, Mohd Amzar Azizan, Abderrahmane Zidane, Feriel Hasballaoui, Živilė Decker, and others. Chapter Group Image.

TU Berlin Intl. Conference Exhibition Panels and Presentation on "METHODS FOR IN-SILICO ENVIRONMENTAL RESILIENCE, 2018-2100" by Thomas Spiegelhalter and Liss Werner at the SBE conference in Berlin, September 20-23, 2022. IOP Conference Proceedings: Earth and Environmental Sciences Volume 1078. The SBE Series is part of the Sustainable Built Environment Series, an international conference series that has been held worldwide since 2000. For over 20 years, the SBE Series has been supported and organised by the International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment (iiSBE) and the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (cib). As partner organisations, the SBE Series is additionally supported by the Sustainable Building and Climate Initiative (SBCI) of UNEP, the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) and the Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction (GABC). All published sbe conference papers are available in the IOP Conference Proceedings: Earth and Environmental Sciences Volume 1078: https://lnkd.in/g6fB9vNG

US-UK Workshop on Biosensing-Enabled, Wellbeing-Centric Sustainable Built Environment Ecosystems, Nottingham Trent University, UK, October 26-28, 2022. UK Researchers: Derek Clements Croome, Reading University @boro.ac.uk, Quinggang Meng, Loughborough University, Ming Sun, Nottingham Trent University, Yangang Xing (Yan) Nottingham University. US Researchers: Yong Tao, Cleveland State University, Sez Atamturktur Russcher, Penn State University:, David Fannon, Northeastern University, Thomas Spiegelhalter, Florida International University, Hiba Baroud, Vanderbilt University, Juan C. Ordonez, Florida State University, Yimin Zhu, Louisiana State University, Issac Cho, Utah State University, Stephen Bird, Clarkson University, Nina Sharifi, Syracuse University, Jorge E. González, The City College of New York, Huanyu Larry Cheng, Penn State University, Wangda Zuo, Penn State University


AIA MCAD Panel Discussion & Exhibition Sea Level Rise Adaptation & Climate Displacement, Miami Center for Architecture & Design, American Institute of Architects, Chapter Miami. Moderation by Thomas Spiegelhalter, with Elizabeth English, Andreas Siegel, Nadia Seeteram, Philipp Stoddard, Rachael A. Streitfeld. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOWEYdauxZI&t=2200s.

2019

Main speaker and workshop leader: “Climate Responsive, Carbon Neutral Architecture Projects”, Formedil & GARANZIA GIOVANI as part of the Built up Skills i-Town conference with workshops cofounded by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme and the Puglia Region in Taranto including the Professional Chamber for Architects, Engineers and Town Planners, Italy, Nov. 2015.

Lecturer: Invited on behalf of the U.S. Association of Climate Change Officers and the National 2015 Rising Seas Summit Steering Committee at this year’s 3rd annual National Rising Seas Summit in Boston on November 4th.Panel Discussion panel for “Adaptive Infrastructure” consisted of Chris Dorney (Senior Planner, WSP l Parsons Brinckerhoff), Robbin Peach (Program Manager of Resiliency, Massachusetts Port Authority), Craig Zamuta (Senior Policy Advisor for Climate & Environmental Analysis, U.S. Department of Energy), and Thomas Spiegelhalter (FIU).

Lecturer: Thomas Spiegelhalter, Shahin Vassigh. Best Practice Net-Zero-Energy Building Design Instructions Methods, 30th International PLEA Conference, category of “Low carbon cities and neighbourhood development” at the CEPT (Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology) University, in Amedabad, India, 2015

PLEA is an autonomous, non-profit, network of individuals sharing expertise in the arts, sciences, planning and design of the built environment. Founded in 1981, PLEA (Passive and Low Energy Architecture) organizes international conferences and workshops; expert group meetings and consultancies; scientific and technical publications; architectural competitions and exhibitions. Among the sponsors of the conference are BAYER Material Science, Germany, and the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy of the Government of India. (Source: PLEA2014). Spiegelhalter is a long-term member of the Scientific Committee of PLEA, along with Prof. Vivian Loftness (CMU-USA), Prof. Alessandro Rogora (Milan’s Polytechnic, Italy), Prof. Dr. Asawa Takashi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan), Prof. Brian Ford (University of Nottingham, UK), and Prof. Dr. Werner X. Lang (TU Munich, Germany), among others.

Selected Session Topic Chair and Call for Peer Reviewed Papers at the U.S. National Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and the 102nd Annual Meeting for the proposal, “Emerging Workflows, Techniques, and Design Protocols for Carbon-Neutral Buildings,” Location: Miami Beach, FL, USA, April 10 - 12, 2014.

Lecture: Carbon Neutral Architecture - Best Case Studies. XI Internacional Congreso Arquitectura 2013, Sostenibildad – Patrimanio – Educacion. Sponsored by Universidad, Collegio de Arquitectura de Costa Rica and Costa Rican Association of Engineers and Architects (Colegio Federado de Ingenieros y Arquitectos-CFIA), San Jose, Costa Rica (May 1-4, 2013) http://www.coarqcr.com/

Lecture: “Micro-Climate Sensitive Carbon Neutral Architecture in the Neotropics – Cases Studies and Experiments” International MUNDANEUM 2013: VIII REUNIÓN INTERNACIONAL DE ARQUITECTURA NECESARIA, Granada, Nicaragua, (June 13-15, 2013).

Lecture: “Carbon Neutral Architecture - Best Case Studies.” XI Internacional Congreso Arquitectura 2013, Sostenibildad – Patrimanio – Educacion, Sponsored by Universidad, Collegio de Arquitectura de Costa Rica and Costa Rican Association of Engineers and Architects (Colegio Federado de Ingenieros y Arquitectos-CFIA), San Jose, Costa Rica (May 1-4. 2013).

"New Industrial Design Protocols for Carbon Neutral Buildings." In: "101_1 Waste(lands) +Material Economies / Practicing Industry" paper session. Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture ACSA 101: NEW CONSTELLATIONS / NEW ECOLOGIES. (San Francisco: National ACSA, Conference, March 21, 2013).

Lecture Series: “AIA + 2030 Building Sector Energy Challenge: 10 Sessions,” Sponsored by American Institute for Architects (AIA) Pasadena-L.A., CA, (2010-12).

Lecture Series: “No Architect Left Behind – Carbon Neutral Design: 4 Sessions,” A Sponsored by merican Institute for Architects (AIA) Pasadena-L.A., CA, (2012-13).

“Entropy Processes in Low-Exergy Architecture.” PLEA 2012, Opportunities, Limits & Needs, Towards an Environmentally Responsible Architecture, 28th International Conference on Low Energy Architecture, (Lima, Peru: CIAC/PUCUP-Proceedings, Nov. 7-9, 2012).

“Transforming and Benchmarking a LEED certified University building into a Net-Zero-Energy Building in the Subtropics.” 28th Intl. PLEA Conference 2012, OPPORTUNITIES, LIMITS & NEEDS, Towards an environmentally responsible architecture, (Lima, Peru: PLEA Proceedings, Nov. 7-9, 2012).

“AIA 2030 Carbon Neutral Building Challenge - Designing Net-Zero-Energy Buildings with Parametric 3D/4D-BIM Design Tools.” 28th Intl. PLEA Conference 2012, OPPORTUNITIES, LIMITS & NEEDS, Towards an environmentally responsible architecture, (Lima, Peru: PLEA Proceedings, Nov. 7-9 2012).

“Designing with Parametric 3D-tools, Measuring and Benchmarking Carbon-Neutral-Architecture: Local Examples, Global Perspective.” 2012 ACSA International Conference, CHANGE, Architecture, Education, Practices, (Barcelona, Spain: ACSA-Proceedings, June 20-22, 2012).

“Achieving the European and North American ‘2020-2030 Targets’ of Net-Zero-Energy-Buildings with Parametric 3D/4D-BIM Design Tools.” 2012 ACSA International Conference, CHANGE, Architecture, Education, Practices (Barcelona, Spain: ACSA Proceedings, June 20-22 2012).

(Co-Lecture with Alfredo Andia) “Topological and Parametric Temperatures in Architectural Academia.” 2012 ACSA International Conference, CHANGE, Architecture, Education, Practices (Barcelona, Spain: ACSA Proceedings, June 20-22 , 2012).

"Climatic Tropism in Buildings: Designing with Natural Response Cycles for Better Performance.” The 6th International Conference on Design Principles and Practices, UCLA Los Angeles, (January 20, 2012).

"Designing and Manufacturing Zero-Fossil-Energy Buildings with 3D Parametric Performance Tools.” The 6th International Conference on Design Principles and Practices. UCLA Los Angeles, (January 21, 2012).

Lecture: “Globally Benchmarked Buildings Versus Green Washed Buildings.” AIA sponsored public lecture series with AIA credits, University of Maryland, College of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, Washington D.C., (January 26, 2011).

"Roadmap for Developing Low-Carbon Buildings and Cities in the United States by 2050." Conference on the Constructed Environment. University Center in Chicago, (October 2011).

"GHG Reduction And Self-Actualization Of A New Green Designer Society.” Local-Identities-Global-Challenges, ACSA Fall Conference Houston, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, (October 2011).

"From Theory to Practice in Measuring and Benchmarking Design/Build Sustainable Architecture: Local Examples, Global Perspective.” Fifth International Conference on Design Principles and Practices. Rome, Italy, (2011).

"Innovative Building Integrated Micro-Generation Systems for Cooling and Dehumidification in Hot and Humid Climates." Architecture and Climate. The 27th International Conference of “Passive and Low Energy Architecture. PLEA 2011. Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, (July 2011).

"Tropical Architecture with Micro-Generation for Cooling and Dehumidification." First International Annual ATINER Conference on Construction, Architecture and Engineering, Athens, Greece, (May 2011).

"From Theory to Practice in Measuring and Benchmarking Design/Build Sustainable Architecture: Local Examples, Global Perspective.” Fifth International Conference on Design Principles and Practices, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, (February 2011).

Lecture and moderated session: “Development and Moderation: Global benchmarking? Taking a Critical Look at the Resource Use and Performance of Sustainable Buildings in the U.S.” Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, Chicago, (November 19, 2010).

Lecture: “Energy Efficient Buildings and Cities in the U.S.” The POLYCITY Project - Visions of Sustainable Urban Energy Systems. Stuttgart, Germany. (September 2010), www.polycity.net.

Lecture: “Measuring and Benchmarking: Local Examples, Global Perspective.”Greenbuild 2010, US Green Building Council, International Forum and Federal Summit, Leadership in Sustainability from Coast to Coast. Washington D.C., (May 19, 2010).

“Research Case Studies and POE’s in Germany 1990-2003.” FIU Energy Conference, Department of Engineering and Construction Management. Miami, (March 12, 2010).

"Global Benchmarking? Taking a Critical Look at Eco-Architectures.” Resource Usage, Intl. Conference on Ecological Architecture 2010, Wessex Institute of Technology, (April 13, 2010).

"Biomimicry and Circular Metabolism for the Cities of the Future.” Conference. International Conference on The Sustainable City 2010, Wessex Institute of Technology, La Coruna, Spain, (2010).

"Case Study: German Low-Energy, Passive-House, and Plus-Energy-Buildings with Innovative Energy-Efficient Phase Changing Materials.” BESS 2010: High Performance Building Enclosures – Practical Sustainability Symposium, Pomona, California, (May 2010).

"Innovative Building Integrated, Solar-Assisted Air-Water Space Conditioning Systems with Dehumidification, and Thermo-Active Cooling Systems for Hot and Humid Climates.” National Conference of the American Society for Solar Energy (ASES) 2010, 39th Annual National Solar Conference, 35th National Passive Solar Conference, 5th Renewable Energy Policy, Advocacy and Marketing Conference. 4th Energy Sustainability Conference of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Phoenix, AZ, (May 2010).

"Energy Efficient Buildings and Cities in the U.S.” International Conference - The POLYCITY Project: Visions of Sustainable Urban Energy Systems, European Commission and CONCERTO Research Initiative, zafh.net - Centre of Applied Research - Sustainable Energy Technology, Stuttgart, Germany, (Sept. 15-17, 2010).

“Designing Cities of the Future with the Principles of Biomimicry and Circular Metabolism.” Virtual Presentation. Fourth International Conference on Design Principles and Practices, Chicago, IL, (Febuary 13, 2010).

“Ecology-Design-Synergy, Form Follows Performance.” 10th International Mundaneum 2009 Symposium. IUCN International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Universidad del Diseño, San Jose, FUDEUFoundation for Urban Developments. San Jose, Costa Rica. (June 2009).

O., Kimmon, K. Kensek, Th. Spiegelhalter and Mark Gangi. “BIM (Building Information Modelling) and Sustainability.” AIA Los Angeles Computer Committee, Gin Wong Conference Center, USC, Los Angeles, (May 13, 2009).

“Panelist at the USC Green Development Conference.” Young Leaders to engage members of congress, mayors in 104 town halls nationwide to build clean energy future. Panelist for International Green Building Benchmarking, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, (April 18, 2009).

“International Energy Efficiency in Construction Symposium.” Moderator and presenter of the one-day conference with world leaders in green building design and construction, and advanced industries. German Federal Ministry of Economics, BMI, AHK San Francisco, USC Energy Institute, AIA Pasadena, (March 10, 2009).

“Legislating Green Buildings.” The American Institute of Architecture Pasadena & Foothill and Design Within Reach event.Presentation of a decade of research to compare European, Asian and US developments and discuss the future of green programs as guidelines become integrated as codes and goals that have been set such as 2030 challenge. AIA, (March 6, 2009).

“Sustainability and Construction.” International Sustainability Conference. Organizer Dean Jorge Perez, Centro Nacional de Producción más Limpia, Alcaldía de Medellín, Building Chamber Medellin, Colombia, (Febuary 2009).

“E.U. Energy Performance Certificate Post-Occupancy-Evaluation-Case Studies.” International Conference: The Passive and Low Energy Architecture PLEA 2009, Québec City, Canada, (2009).

“FORUM: Is it possible to build sustainable cities in Central America?” International HABITAT-UN (United Nations) Conference, Environmental Management and Policy Unit Coordinator, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Holcim, Fudeu, IUCN/Mesoamérica, Colegio Federado de Ingenieros y Arquitectos Auditorium, San José , Costa Rica, (Nov. 26-28, 2008).

“Phase Changing Materials in Solar Architecture.” ACSA: Material Ecology & Sustainability - Material Matters Conference, 2008 ACSA Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, USC Los Angeles (2008).

“Sustainability and Zero-Fossil-Energy-Architecture.” Work Report, University of Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, (2008).

“Performance based sustainability.” Work Report, Lecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, (March 2008).

“Performance Based Architecture and Systems Integration.” Work Report, University of North Carolina, USA, (2008).

"Creating a Sustainable Infrastructure and Zero-Fossil-Energy-Buildings for Santa Catalina Island.” Solar 2008 Conference, ASES, American Solar Energy Society, San Diego, (2008).

"EMS–Post-Occupancy-Monitoring and Building Energy Passport Implementation for the USC School of Architecture, L.A.” Solar 2008 Conference, ASES, American Solar Energy Society, San Diego, (2008).

"Innovative Phase Changing Materials.” ACSA Material Matters: Making Architecture Fall Conference, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, USC Los Angeles, (2008).

"Solar Powered Zero-Fossil-Energy-Buildings and Infrastructures for Catalina Island in Southern California.” 7th International Conference on Solar Energy in Architecture and Urban Planning “Sun and Sense”, European Commission, German Federal Ministry, European Association for Renewable Energy, the World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE), Berlin, Germany, (March 2008).

"Solar Architectural Site Alignment Strategies for Performance-Based Design.” 7th International Conference on Solar Energy in Architecture and Urban Planning “Sun and Sense”, European Commission, German Federal Ministry, European Association for Renewable Energy, the World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE), Berlin, Germany, (March 2008).

“Energy Efficient Architecture.” Work Report, Lecture, Technical University of Applied Research Cologne Germany, (2007).

“GREEN ON GREEN – Celebrating Urban Living. Presenting provocative ideas on Sustainable Urban living, Solar Cities, and Experimental Architecture.” The American Institute of Architecture Pasadena & Foothill and Design Within Reach event, USA, (2007).

“Innovations in Solar and Renewable Energy in Architecture - Transitions to a Renewable Future.” Public Lecture Series at School of Architecture, USC, L.A., USA, (2006).

“Keynote lecture: Look sustainable buildings different?” Lecture. International Summer Academy for Architecture, Reurbanization and Sustainability, ars-Berlin, TFH Berlin and New York City CUNY, Sto-Stiftung, DAAD German Academic Exchange Program, Bauhaus Academy Berlin, Berlin, (2006).

“Opening Keynote Lecture for the Architecture Exhibition 2050 -Visions for Berlin.” Vernisage at the German Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Berlin, ARS Berlin, Sustainable Designs of TFH Berlin, New York City CUNY, DAAD German Federal Foreign Office, (July 2006).

“Keynote lecture: Innovations in Solar and Renewable Energy in Architecture – Minnesota Architecture Transitions to a Renewable Future.” Lecture. 2nd Annual Earth Day Forum: College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota, CALA, USGBC Mississippi Headquarters Chapter Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Sustainable Development Unit, Center for Sustainable Building Research AIA MN Committee on the Environment, (April 25, 2006).

“Innovations in Green Architecture.” Symposium. Meeting the Sustainability Challenge: USC Center for Sustainable Cities, USC College of Science, Arts and Letters, USC Viterbi School of Engineering, Tree People, ULI L.A., USCBG, Lusk Center, (2006).

"Towards Passive, Adaptive Zero-Fossil-Energy-Buildings.” 10th International Passive House Congress, Hanover, Germany, (2006).

“Zero-Fossil-Energy-Building-Design.” Innovation Lecture and Discussion. Green Economy Forum Session 4, Earth Day Symposium, Audubon Society, and Audubon Center, Los Angeles, CA, (2005).

“Sustainable Performative Architecture and Urban Design.” Lecture and workshop discussion. Atelier 1: Residenza, Atelier 2: Aree Industriali, Atelier 3: Vuoti Urbani, Universita degli Studi D’Annuzio, Dipartimento di Technologie per l’Ambiente Costruito, Pescara, Italy, (2005).

“Experimental Architecture.” Lecture. Intl. Symposia States of Mind – Design Evolution, University Tasmania, Launceston, Australia, Tasmania, (2004).

“Performative Urban Architecture.” Lecture. Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, Design College of Environmental Design, Department of Architecture, Cal Poly Pomona, L.A. CA, USA, (2004).

Honlez, Guillermo and Thomas Spiegelhalter. “The Metropolitan Los Angeles as a Laboratory for the City as a Solar Power Station.” 1st International Solar Cities Congress in Daegu Korea, International Solar Energy Society (ISES), UNITAR, ISCI, the World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE), (2004).

“Towards Solar-Zero-Fossil-Energy-Urban Building Infrastructures.” SCI-Arc-2GA Lecture, Los Angeles CA, (2003).

“Solar Architecture and Urban Reclamation, International Green Mundaneum Symposium.” III Reunion Internacional de Arquitectura, Contribution: Costa Rica. Lecture, City of San Jose and Universidad del Desino, (other lectures: Emilio Ambaszs, Miquel Adria, Pliny Fisk, Anthony Brown, Charles Jencks, G. Honlez, Clifford Pearson, James Wines), (2003).

“The Solar Multi-Hybrid Home for the Rich and Poor in the Information Age.” La Vivienda Sostenible en la Era Digital Contribution: Congreso Internacional Sobre La Vivienda del Futuro, Catalonian Architects Professional Association, the Catalonian Government, Asociacion Nacional para la Vivienda del Futuro ANAVIF, Barcelona, Spain, (2003).

“Industrial Design and Architecture.” Lecture. Work Report. University of the Arts, Hamburg, Germany, (2003).

“Solar Architecture and Urban Planning.” Innovation Lecture at the International Solar Architecture Symposium, A.I.A. Los Angeles, LA Department of Water and Power, USA, (2002).

“Experimental Solar Architecture and Urban Planning.” Convegno Internazionale, Involucri energetici, Strategy Innovative Per Le Sisterna Fotovoltaico, DiTAC Dipartimento di Technologie per l’ Ambiente Costruito, Pescara, Italy, (2002).

"Towards Zero-Energy Urban Infrastructures.” UIA XXI World Congress of Architecture Berlin, Union Internationale des Architectes (UIA), City of Berlin, Autodesk, Graphisoft, Deutsche Post, Schueco International, Bertelsmann, Germany, (2002).

“Solar Cities of Tomorrow - with or without the U.S.” Lecture, International Architecture Symposium da-vin-ci, Technical University Darmstadt, Schueco International, Hebel Porenbeton, Fels Gmbh, Germany, (2001).

“Solar City Pittsburgh.” PA, San José, Costa Rica, IEA Intl. Solar City Program Workshop, Melbourne, Australia, (2001).

“Under The Sun - With the Wind.” Lecture. Key note innovation lecture at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Rice Design Green Spring Lecture Series, Houston, TX, USA, (2001).
“Climate Tools Architecture.” Lecture. Symposium City of Leipzig with Sister City of Houston, UH Houston, USA, (2001).

“Building a Solar City Framework for Sustainable Communities.” Lecture. Universidad del Desino, San Jose, Costa Rica, (2001).

“Solar City Pittsburgh, PA, San José, Costa Rica.” Lecture. IEA International Energy Agency - Solar City Program Workshop Lecture Series, The Hague, Netherlands, (2000).

“Experimental Solar Architecture.” Innovation lecture, International Jill Watson Festival, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA, (1999).

“Experimental Solar Architecture.” Innovation Lecture. Intl. Congress of Experimental Architecture, V Encuentro Internacional de Arquitectura +UDLA, Puebla, Universidad de las Americas, Puebla V Congreso, Mexico, (1999).

“Nachhaltige Architektur.” Lecture. Work Report. University of Applied Science Stralsund, Germany, (1999).

“Sustainable Architecture.” Lecture. University of Wales Institute Cardiff, Department of Interior Architecture, UK, (1998).

“Climate Tools - Solar Buildings.” Lecture. National Scientific Expert Conference on Energy and Building Technology with Prof. Dr. Wagner, TU Munich, Department of Machines and Energy Technology, HTWK Leipzig, Germany, (1998).

“Main Street Reclamation.” Lecture. University of Houston, G. H. School of Architecture, USA, (1998).

“Architecturale Visie of Antwerpse, Droogdokken.” Lecture. Gallery De Grote Wite Arend Antwerpen, Belgium, (1997).

“Critical consideration of former East German Architecture (DDR) by the example of the Karl-Marx-Allee.” Intl. Workshop Lectures, Hessian and Berlin Chamber of Architect Organization, Federal German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt, Germany, (1996).

“Tell me how you will build.” Lecture. Panel Discussion. Suedbaden Architect Organization, Südwestfunk Baden-Baden, Germany, (1996).

“The creation of Solar Hybrids.” Lecture. Universita degli di Napoly,”Federico II,” Dipartimento di Porgettazione Urbana Sezione Technologia e Ambiente, Italy, (1995).

“Climate responsive architecture - Solar energy forms in environmental design.” Lecture. Environmental Institute Leipzig, Germany, (1995).

“Aus Zwei mach Drei - neue Konzepte des Holzbaus.“ Lecture. Deutscher Werkbund Frankfurt am Main, Germany, (1994).

“Nachhaltige Architektur.” Work Report - Lecture. University Stuttgart and Cottbus University, Germany, (1994).

“Lifestyle and Design.” Lecture at Symposium Solar Cultural Center Breisach am Rhein, Gallery Blau, Freiburg, (1993).

“Experimental Housing – Between Laboratory and Playground.” Lecture, Intl. Symposium Lebensmittel Wohnung, Architects Day, European Academy of the Arts in Trier, Germany, (1993).

“Houses of the Future - Buildings and Environment - Low Energy Houses.” Work Report. Lecture. University of the Arts, Hamburg, Germany, (1993).

“Innovative Holzbauweisen im Wohnungsbau (Innovative wood construction methods in housing.” Lecture. Holzbau 1993 (Wood Constructions 1993), Holzbautagung (Conference) Leipzig, Germany, (1993).

“Recycling in Civil Engineering and Architecture.” Lecture. Sustainability Symposium, Nachhaltigkeits-symposium, Frankfurt Airport GmbH, German Federal Ministry of Building and Housing, Bonn, (1992).


co-organised, hosted, and funded conferences

session development and moderation at acsa, u.s. national association of collegiate schools of architecture and the 102nd annual meeting for the proposal, “emerging workflows, techniques, and design protocols for carbon-neutral buildings,” location: miami beach, fl, usa, (april 10 - 12, 2014).
Lecture about Building Information Modelling workflows, Programming and Cloud Optimizations at the University of Genoa to the class of Engineering students in the new Building Retrofitting Master's Degree Program of UniGE, Italy, March 5, 2019

2012

eCAAD 2020 in Berlin (T.U.) KEYNOTES of Lars Krückeberg and Thomas Spiegelhalter with the topics of '' Evidence-Based Design - how algorithms and good architecture can heal'', and '' Disruptive AI Data-Driven, Carbon-Positive, Bio-Inspired Optimization Design Workflows, 2020-2100''. Followed with a panel discussion of Lars Krueckeberg (GRAFT-Berlin), Thomas Spiegelhalter (Miami, US), Cris J.K. Williams (Bath-UK), Liss Werner and Dietmar Koenig (Institut für Architektur TU Berlin), Sep 16, 2020:
La Biennale di Venezia Event 2021, Italy: The three-year Climate Resilient Urban Nexus CHoices (CRUNCH) research projects of all joint Universities and Countries from the UK, Sweden, Poland, The Netherlands, Taiwan, presented and discussed their research outcomes at the Biennale di Venezia, Italian Pavilion, Resilient Communities_Venezia @Italian Pavilion 2021 on 24. September 2021. Participants: Alessandro Melis (VB Italian Pavillion Director, NYIT), Joanna Bach Glowinska, Joanna Tobolewicz, Piotr Lorens (University Gdansk, Poland), Maryam Ghodsvali (TU Eindhoven), Vera van Zoest (TU Upsala, Sweden), Thomas Spiegelhalter and John Correra, FIU Miami; Mei Hua Yuan, (Taiwan), u.a.. Broadcast:

1993

EU-Erasmus Award: Spiegelhalter with Renzo Piano Building Workshop’s Giuseppe Semprini, responsible for the Genoa office’s integration of BIM technology. http://cartanews.fiu.edu/professor-thomas-spiegelhalter-awarded-european-unions-erasmus-plus-grant-to-conduct-sustainability-design-research/, Italy.

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