Research Assistant (PhD) Cemre Çubukçuoğlu
Faculty of Architecture / Dept. of Int.Architecture&Environ.Design
Short CVCemre Cubukcuoglu is currently a research assistant at the Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design in Yasar University, Izmir, Turkey since December 2013. She is also a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Architecture, Architectural Engineering and Technology Department, Chair of Design Informatics, in Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The Netherlands since March 2017. Her thesis promotor is Prof. Dr. ir. I. Sevil Sarıyıldız and her co-promotor is Assist. Prof. Dr. Pirouz Nourian from TU Delft. Her other promotor is Prof. Dr. M. Fatih Taşgetiren. Her PhD thesis title is “Configurational Layout Optimization for Hospital Design”. The aim of the thesis is to develop a design methodology and a layout optimization tool for solving spatial connectivity problems (long walking distances, difficulty in wayfinding etc.) in hospitals. Cemre Cubukcuoglu has received her B.Sc. in Yaşar University from Industrial Engineering in 2013 and she gained her M.Sc. degree in 2015 from the same department in Yaşar University. During her master studies, she attended the courses and design studios of architecture department apart from the industrial engineering master courses. This fact gave her a chance to extend her master studies to an interdisciplinary approach between “Computational Intelligence” and “Architecture”. She completed her master thesis entitled “Multi-Objective Computational Design in Architecture” under the supervision of Prof. Dr. M. Fatih Tasgetiren. She has developed design models in three different building scales in a parametric design environment with multi-objective optimization methods that takes into account performance criteria such as daylight, energy and cost. Since 2013, she has been involved in several bachelor courses in vast majority of areas, which are Spatial Geometry, Digital Design Techniques, Computational Design, Basic Design, Representations for Interior Architecture, CAD CAM & Production Technology, and Advanced 3D Modelling. In addition, she has been contributed to Computational Design Master Courses as teaching assistant. Her research areas include Computational Design, Multi-Objective Optimization in Architecture and Interiors, Performative Design, Energy and Daylight Simulation, Space Syntax, Graph Theory, Hospital Layout Design, Advanced Production Technologies.
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