Read the article, “What is a Line? Interdisciplinary Research Exhibit Highlights Culture, Craft, and Computation Possibilities” by Ann Hoevel on
Listen to Dr. Noel’s interview with Lost in the Stacks: the Research Library Rock ‘n” Roll Radio Show on her
Read the article, “New Computing Approach May Save At-Risk Carnival Costume Making Tradition” by Nathan Deen on my work in
The “Design and Making in the Trinidad Carnival: Histories, Re-imaginations, and Speculations of Computational Design Futures” exhibition, curated by and
On October 21st, 2022, I was a Keynote at the Toronto Geometry and Architecture workshop at The University of Toronto.
In Spring 2022, I developed and taught a senior interdisciplinary studio around my research into lightweight structures at Georgia Tech.
On Nov. 11th, I gave a talk on my work in traditional craft practices, technological design and making, and their
Dr. Noel has joined the University of Stuttgart’s Integrative Computational Design and Construction (IntCDC) Cluster as a Visiting Professor from
The UQAM Centre de Design presents an exhibition that takes a historical and contemporary look at the role of digital tools
On Thursday, Sept. 23rd, Dr. Noel gave a lecture titled, “Situated Computations, Craft + Technology” at MIT’s School of Architecture Fall