Our prospective goal is to have a scientific, data driven understanding of professional decisions by architects and designers that influence the quality of their spatial designs through the use of computational technology.
Areas of research
Architectural Computing, Data-driven Approach in Design, Attractiveness Computing, Computer-aided Design, Computer Graphics, Interactive Techniques, Human-computer Interaction, Real Estate Technology.
The lab pursues smart and creative solutions to reshape the built environments and cities through innovative technologies including multimedia data analysis, AI, and IoT. Our goal is to create an intellectual community of multi-disciplinary researchers for developing innovative academic work on innovation that provides human-centered computational design.
Professor Toshihiko Yamasaki's laboratory, The Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo.
Currently seeking students from any discipline motivated to apply their skills in Machine Learning or Computational Design in the context of design research.
Application of research to practice
Computational Architectural (Product) Design, Real Estate Technology.