Lecture & Informal Talk on Architecture and AI by Ingrid Mayrhofer-Hufnagl

3 November, 1 PM (CEST)

Ingrid Mayrhofer-Hufnagl is an architect, researcher, and educator whose work focuses on the intersection of architecture, technology, and science. She received her PhD from the University of Innsbruck, where she currently also holds a postdoc position leading grant-funded research projects on artificial intelligence for architectural and urban design. She also works as an expert for the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission. In the past, Ingrid has been a visiting scholar at Yale School of Architecture in New Haven, at the ETH in Zürich. Her research has been supported by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Arts and Culture, and the Ministry of Science and Research, amongst others. Ingrid has published various essays and is the editor of Architecture, Futurability and the Untimely: On the Unpredictability of the Past (transcript, 2022).