Stuckeman Center for Design Computing

HCCD Lecture

Lecture: MIT Senseable City Lab

The Hamer Center for Community Design and the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing will jointly host Thomas Matarazzo, a postdoctoral researcher at the MIT Senseable City Lab. Thomas leads an interdisciplinary research team to better understand how crowdsources smartphone data from vehicle trips can provide bridge information. His research interests include mobile sensor networks, intelligent […]


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eCAADe Conference

A few weeks ago, Mahyar Hadighi, researcher in the HCCD, went abroad to present at eCAADe 2018, the 36th annual conference of Association for Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe. The conference took place in Lodz, Poland in September 17-21. The conference theme was “computing for a better tomorrow;” Mahyar presented […]


City Maker Workshop

City Information Modeling Workshop

The Hamer Center for Community Design and the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing will be co-sponsoring a 5-day workshop discussing the use of ‘City Information Modeling’ (CIM) tools and their application for navigating through big data in urban areas. CIM tools will be used in this workshop to identify strategic potentials in the State College […]


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HCCD + SCDC organize a session on Smart Cities!

Lisa D. Iulo from the Hamer Center for Community Design and Jose Duarte of the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing are organizing a session about Smart Cities for the Materials Day 2018 conference at Penn State on October 24 & 25. This session will examine how design and technology can influence the cities of tomorrow. […]


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