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09:30 AM
11:00 AM

Cities: II
Moderators: Jeffery Johnson, Columbia University
Yung Ho Chang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology          

Apocalyptic Desire and Our Urban Imagination
Amy Murphy, University of Southern California

The Unplanned City: Preserving Place Through Urban Making
James Fowler Eckler, Jr., Marywood University

Urban Mappings as a Visual Rhetorical Tool for Design Teaching Change
Paulo Providência, Departamento de Arquitectura FCT Universidade de Coimbra

Urban Nomads
Nicoline Loeper, Saxion University
Matthias Ott, Saxion University

09:30 AM
11:00 AM

Civic Engagement II: Alternative Design Practices
Moderators: Kathrin Golda-Pongratz, Clemson University / Universitat Pompeu
Fabra Murray Fraser, University College London

"From the Iconic to the Everyday: Institutional Shifts for Students as Citizen Designers”
Arunava Dasgupta, School of Planning and Architecture

Humanism, Universalism and the "Native Genius". Civic Engagement in Housing Design from Alberti to CIAM and Beyond
Nelson Mota, University of Coimbra
Gonçalo Canto Moniz, University Coimbra
Mário Krüger, University of Coimbra

Participatory Analysis of the Living Environment: The Plus Ultra
Leandro Madrazo, Ramon Llull University
Angel Martin Cojo, Ramon Llull University
Omayra Rivera, Ramon Llull University

Design Literacy and Civic Literacy: An American Example in Media Res
Sabir Khan, Georgia Institute of Technology

09:30 AM
11:00 AM

Technology I: Scales of Engagement
Moderators: Branko Kolarevic, University of Calgary
Peter H. Wiederspahn, Northeastern University           

Biomimetic Infrastructure
Mariam Mojdehi, Georgia Institute of Technology

Extreme Environments: Live Inputs – Variable Outputs
Nataly Gattegno, CCA + UCBerkeley

Integrating Thermo-Fluid Computational Models into Understanding Sustainable Building Design
Ulrike Passe, Iowa State University
Shan He, Iowa State University
Zhi J Wang, Iowa State University

Post Parametric Design Intelligence
Santiago R. Perez, University of Arkansas

Urban User Interface
Ginette Wessel, University of California Berkeley
Eric Sauda, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

11:00 AM
11:30 AM

Coffee Break 

11:30 AM
01:00 PM

Academia II: Cognitive Artifacts in Design Education
Moderators: Luis Francisco Rico-Gutierrez, Iowa State University
Sharon Haar, University of Illinois at Chicago          

An Alternative Model For Undergraduate Thesis Instruction: Using Collaborative Full-Scale Design Exercises to Supplement Individual Research Projects
Eric Thomas Nulman, University of Southern California

Operative Translations - Diagrams Between the Analog and the Digital in Early Design Education
Antje K Steinmuller, California College of the Arts

Standing on Precedent: An Argument for Instrumentalizing Architectural History
Amanda Reeser Lawrence, Northeastern University

Topological and Parametric Temperatures in Architectural Academia
Alfredo Andia, Florida International University

11:30 AM
01:00 PM

Open: II
Moderators: Elie Haddad, Lebanese American University
Jorge Garcíade la Cámara, Barcelona Institute of Architecture          

Architectural Education & Practice: Quo Vadis
Valerian Miranda, Texas A&M University

Design Abroad: Constructing Relationships
Magda Bernaus, Architecture and Design Pogram, CIEE Barcelona Study Center
Suzanne Strum, Architecture and Design Program, CIEE Barcelona Study Center

Partnership as a Pedagogical Strategy in Architectural Design III-UBI
María Candela Suárez, Universidade da Beira Interior / CITAD
Joana Carvalho, Universidade da Beira Interior

Teambuild UK: New Formats for Delivery of Learning in Construction
Alex Maclaren, University of Edinburgh

11:30 AM
01:00 PM

Sustainability II: New Tools for Analysis, Evaluation and Visualization 
Moderators: Andy Backer, IE University
Belinda Tato, ETSA Alicante      

Biomimetic Construction
Mark West, University of Manitoba
Lancelot Coar, University of Manitoba

Case Studies in Sustainable Design and the Motivation for Enhanced Methods and Tools to Measure Environmental Impact
Aimee P.C. Buccellato, University of Notre Dame

Changing the Relationship of Form and Performance: The Conceptual Integration of Quantitative Performance Evaluations into Design Pedagogy
Ulrike Passe, Iowa State University

Engaging Students in the Critical Evaluation of Green Buildings:  A User-Interface Problem
Kyle Konis, Portland State University

The Abacus and the Earthworm: Environmental Lifecycle Assessment for Architectural Design
Erin Moore, University of Oregon

01:00 PM
03:00 PM

Lunch on Your Own           
Offsite Events           

A number of tables will be reserved at C3 BAR in the CCCB, or choose one of the numerous options in the neighborhood.

03:00 PM
04:30 PM

Academia III: Your Studio Assignment Is to Change the World 
Moderators: Luis Francisco Rico-Gutierrez, Iowa State University
Sharon Haar, University of Illinois at Chicago          

Bringing it all Back Home: Providing Design Aid in our own Backyard
Edward M. Orlowski, Lawrence Technological University

Investigating Design-Build as an Alternative Model for Architectural Education
Hermie Elizabeth Voulgarelis, Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Liminal Cartographies: Re-Thinking Urbanism in Contested Territories from an Academic Perspective
Rene Andree Peralta, Woodbury University

Public Interest Design: A Vehicle for Change in Architectural Education and Practice
Nadia M. Anderson, Iowa State University

03:00 PM
04:30 PM

Civic Engagement III: Sustainable Neighborhoods     
Moderators: Kathrin Golda-Pongratz, Clemson University / Universitat Pompeu
Fabra Murray Fraser, University College London       

Community as Classroom: Process over Outcomes
Richard Klopp, Vanier College

Design Literacy and Civic Literacy: An American Example in Media Res
Sabir Khan, Georgia Institute of Technology

Innovative Change in the Architectural, Economic + Cultural Landscape of Metro-Manila
Peter Zweig, University of Houston

The Paradise Creek Eco Park: A Collaborative Model of Academic Civic Engagement
Phoebe Crisman, University of Virginia

The Race is Really the Prize: Designing Community Capacity in Ecodistricts
Christine Mondor, Carnegie Mellon University

03:00 PM
04:30 PM

Practice II: At the Confluence of Authorship and Collaboration          
Moderators: Felipe Correa, Harvard University
Louisa Hutton, Sauerbruch Hutton           

Collapse to Expand: Alessi’s Tea and Coffee Piazza
Shannon Starkey, University of California, Los Angeles

Objects of Our Affection
Danielle Etzler, Harvard University

Rethinking Post-Vanguard Conceptual Practices
Santiago R. Perez, University of Arkansas

04:30 PM
05:00 PM

Coffee Break 

05:00 PM
06:30 PM

Keynote Panel  

Moderators: Xavier Costa, Northeastern University
Martha Thorne, IE University

Keynote Panelists: Odile Decq, Odile Decq Benoit Cornette
Mohsen Mostafavi, Harvard University

08:00 PM
09:00 PM
   MOB   Reception MOB

Makers Of Barcelona (MOB): Calle Bailen 11, Bajos, Barcelona, 08010 MOB is a space -based multipurpose growing community of professionals and students wanting to interact and collaborate naturally.