On the 26th of May 2021, it was announced that my project, “Design and Making in the Trinidad Carnival: Histories,
On Wednesday, February 24th at 6pm EST/ 7pm AST, Dr. Noel will give a talk at the inaugural Robert H.
In January, Dr. Noel and her team won a grant from the Mozilla Foundation to examine and interrogate the connections between AI
On Sat. 16th Jan. at 5:30 pm, I will be presenting my work at Carnegie Mellon’s Art&&Code symposium. See below
On December 3rd, I gave a talk at the Computational Design Lecture Series at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture.
On October 28th, I gave a Keynote at ACADIA 2020 Distributed Proximities Conference in a session titled: A Conversation on
In Fall 2020, I joined the University of Florida School of Architecture as an Assistant Professor of Architecture and Computational
Madame Architect highlight of Georgia Tech. School of Architecture Madame Architect recently highlighted the School of Architecture at Georgia Tech
August 2020 On August 26th, I gave a talk entitled, “Situated Computations: Design, Equity, and Social justice systems,” and presented
July 2020 – My paper, “Situated Computations: Bridging Craft and Computation in the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival” was published in