Over the years, the research and teaching at the Form Finding Lab, has been disseminated through a wide range of video and audio material. I have collected some of it here. TEACHING: What engineering and art students learned in my course co-taught with the artist Joe Scanlan, CEE418/VIS418 Extraordinary Processes ‘Princeton students make their bed’, 2020. RESEARCH: We reached over 6000 participants in our DigitalFUTURES … Continue reading (On-Line) public speaking
This article originally appeared in Scientific American on October 22, 2019 and was written by Margarita A. Mooney. I do not have copyright to this article so I strongly encourage you to click on the link and read it in its original version. It describes so well the value of the 2019 summer course we taught and bringing engineering and beauty together. Thank you Margarita … Continue reading Engineering, Beauty and a Longing for the Infinite
Since 2002, the emerald ash bore beetle, Agrilus planipennis, has destroyed more than 20 million ash trees in the US, with only 30% of the waste timber recycled into low-end products such as mulch and firewood. High value uses could turn this “waste” material into a valuable resource and an economic opportunity, especially considering that, before the widespread development of plastics, aluminum, and carbon fiber, … Continue reading Ash wood – catastrophe or opportunity for creativity?