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Emerging Systems, Technologies & Media Post Professional Program




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Seminar Faculty

Jonathan Proto
Kruysman – Proto / Los Angeles
www.kruysman-proto.com

Jonathan Proto is a founding partner of Los Angeles based design research studio, Kruysman |
Proto.
Jonathan graduated from SCI-Arc with a Masters in Architecture, thereafter was appointed as the
first SCI-Arc Robot House Fellow, a year long teaching and research fellowship that focused
exclusively on advanced multi-robot fabrication. During this time Kruysman | Proto developed a
designer friendly Maya-based plugin for collaborative robotic motion and end arm tooling control.
Jonathan received his Bachelor of Architecture of Philadelphia University and has worked in the
offices of Point b Design and THEVERYMANY.

Brandon Kruysman
Kruysman – Proto / Los Angeles
www.kruysman-proto.com

Brandon Kruysman is a founding partner of Los Angeles based design research studio, Kruysman |
Proto.
Brandon graduated from SCI-Arc with a Masters in Architecture, thereafter was appointed as the
first SCI-Arc Robot House Fellow, a year long teaching and research fellowship that focused
exclusively on advanced multi-robot fabrication. During this time Kruysman | Proto developed a
designer friendly Maya-based plugin for collaborative robotic motion and end arm tooling control.
Brandon received his Bachelor of Architecture of Philadelphia University and has worked in the
offices of Point b Design and THEVERYMANY.

Andrew Atwood
ATWOOD-A
 / Los Angeles
www.atwood-a.com

Andrew Atwood is the founder and director of ATWOOD-A, a design firm interested in the expanding roles, ambitions and ambiguities of architecture’s various mediums. He is a graduate of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

Satoru Sugihara
Morphosis / Los Angeles
www.morphosis.com

Satoru Sugihara is a computational designer at Morphosis Architects. He earned a Master of Science in Computer Science from Tokyo Institute of Technology and a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Los Angeles. Prior to have a shift toward architecture he practiced as a media artist and an interaction designer and was also a researcher at International Media Research Foundation. He worked at Greg Lynn FORM and Dagmar Richter’s DR_D and since 2007, he joined Morphosis Architects as a computational designer.

Devyn Weiser
TESTA & WEISER / Los Angeles
www.testaweiser.com

Devyn Weiser is principal in charge at Testa/Weiser (TWinc) and co-founder of the MIT Emergent Design Group (EDG). At Testa/Weiser she leads a wide range of projects from industrial design to architecture and infrastructure. Current work includes collaboration with NASA/Ames Research Center to design the largest ocean-based alternative energy infrastructure; Automorphic Strand Tower, a robotically pultruded fiber structure; King’s Road Apparel Shop, an innovative composite structure in West Hollywood; and FML01, a fiber reinforced aluminum house in Santa Monica. With a consortium of industry partners she directs ESCape: open source platform for decentralized waste-to-energy (WtE) solutions. Weiser’s work is exhibited at leading museums and galleries worldwide. Recent shows include the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; National Building Museum, Washington; Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles; National Art Center, Tokyo; and Beijing Architecture Biennale.

Weiser has been a Visiting Critic at the Rhode Island School of Design, University of Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2006, she joined the SCI-Arc Design Faculty teaching graduate studios and seminars, and currently serves as Undergraduate Thesis Coordinator. In 2010, she initiated the SCI-Arc Robotics & Simulation Lab with Staubli Robotics. Devyn Weiser holds a B.F.A. and B.Arch. (with honors) from the Rhode Island School of Design, and a MSAAD from Columbia University.

SCI-Arc's ESTm post-graduate program is a rigorous, experimental post-professional degree platform focused on data-based and physical investigations into the rapidly evolving fields of digital design, innovative fabrication methodologies and new building systems.


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