Innochain Academic Partners CITA


Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA), The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation

CITA focuses on IT as a tool for design, production and communication within key research areas: Digital Formations: new parametric design tools and their physical counterpart: Building Information Modelling, Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacture. Behaving Architectures: new programmable materials including nanotechnologies and interactive textiles. Interface Ecologies: real-time modelling, interface design and intelligent programming. CITA has a strong track record in initiating and running research projects and networks with international partnerships. In 2011 CITA completed the nationally funded research network Digital Crafting cementing many of InnoChain’s industrial and academic collaborations. In 2012 Mette Ramsgard Thomsen was awarded the Danish Council for Independent Research Sapere Aude Advanced Research Grant for elite research at top research level. CITA has a strong international reputation and is a central part of the research community on computation and architecture. In 2011 CITA hosted the core research conference Smart Geometry and in 2015 we will host another central conference Design Modelling Symposium. CITA’s research has a strong focus on industry collaboration both nationally and internationally through an established programme of industrial PhDs, consultancy, training and research collaboration. CITA is part of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK) with 230 academic staff and 1700 students at PhD, Masters graduate and Bachelor undergraduate level.

Researchers: Professor Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen, Associate Professor Martin Tamke, Associate Professor Phil Ayres.
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