Xaver Felixberger
Alexandra Stepan
Frauke Formazin
Andre Wong, Khye Tak
Markus Titze
David Seeland
Anna Theresa Braun
Susanne Dreyer
David Seeland
Konstantinos Kontokostas
Patrick Ole Ohlbrock

Studies

Due to the rapid changes in technologies and systems, research and training must quickly change to keep up with the profession. To do so one must focus on the fundamentals and the underlaying principles of various programs to provide students with strong general foundation. In addition, One must learn the currently available software solutions in order to gain expeirence applying this theorical foundation in practice.

To address these issues properly, the concepts must be approached from different directions - the theoretical principles, practical discussion of available tools, and discussion of the use of constanty developing technologies. Cooperation with departments within the department and with other disciplines is essential. For example it is important to offer collaborative courses to address the interface between analog and digital tools. The goal is to provide an architectural education that is both interdisciplinary, practice-oriented and research-based. We work to cover theoretical and practical aspects that provide future architects the ability to not only use the current digital tools available but to think critically in order to integrate the new methods and solutions as comptetent well rounded designer.

Information

Information on courses offered by the Department of Architecture Informatics can be found in the following pages.

If you need further information, you can also schedule an appointment in the Office from Monday through Thursday mornings in the office (Room 4119) or with a member of the faculty Tuesday afternoons 14.00-17.00 (Room 4167).