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"Unesco states 'Education is a fundamental human right and essential for the exercise of all other human rights'. I think online education is a very good way to lower thresholds to participate for any person in the world. Furthermore, with online education, we can learn from each other's differences and local ideas can be shared globally."

Martijn Stellingwerff graduated with honourable mention at TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture, in 1993. He is assistant professor at the Form & Modelling Studies group at the TU Delft Faculty of Architecture.

From 2001 till 2004 he was also researcher at the Hogeschool voor Wetenschap & Kunst, Sint-Lucas Architecture in Brussels. At that time he was involved in several EU and locally funded projects: PICT, DYNAMO, AVOCAAD, {ACCOLADE}, USO BUILT. Martijn organised three conferences and participated in several books. He is active in the review committees of the EAEA, Knowing (by) Designing and eCAADe conferences. In 2005, he successfully defended his PhD dissertation on Virtual Context.

Currently Martijn is coordinating the minor on 'Advanced Prototyping' in collaboration with the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering. He also teaches in the Masters elective course 'Ornamatics'. Together with his colleagues he established and manages the CAMlab as part of the Modelling Techniques workshop.

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position

Assistant professor, Form & Modelling Studies group, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology

degrees

PhD in Virtual Context, Delft University of Technology
MSc with honourable mention, Delft University of Technology

faculty

Architecture and the Built Environment

Email

M.C.Stellingwerff@tudelft.nl

Publications

Recent publications:

  • McGlynn, M , Stellingwerff, MC (2014). Modeling beyond representation and communication: Teaching novice designers to use physical architectural models for creative purposes. Uddin, MS Welty, C (Eds.) Proceedings 2014 design communication conference: Design & graphic palimpsest (pp. 340-346) Atlanta, USA: Southern Polytechnic State University, School of Architecture.
  • Stellingwerff, MC (2013). Creativity : Cures for cues : Providing evocative situations to explore creative solutions for seemingly not matching phenomena.. Verbeke, J, Pak, B (Eds.) Knowing (by) Designing : Proceedings of the conference 'Knowing (by) Designing (pp. 795-801) Brussels: LUCA, Sint Lucas School of Architecture Brussels / Ghent, KU Leuven, Faculty of Architecture.
  • Stellingwerff, MC , Koorstra, PA (2013). Model & scale as conceptual devices in architectural representation. Piga, BEA, Morello, E (Eds.) Proceedings of the 11th European Architectural Envisioning Association conference : Envisioning Architecture: Design, Evaluation, Communication (pp. 491-498) Roma: Edizioni Nuova Cultura.
  • Geraedts, JMP , Doubrovski, EL , Verlinden, JC , Stellingwerff, MC (2012). Three views on additive manufacturing: Business, research and education. Horvath, I, Rusak, Z, Albers, A, Behrendt, M (Eds.) Proceedings of the ninth international symposium on tools and methods of competitive engineering - TCME-2012 (pp. 55-68) Delft: Delft University of Technology.
  • Nijhuis, S , Stellingwerff, MC (2011). 3D- models in landscape architecture. Breen, J., Stellingwerff, M (Eds.) Envisioning architecture EAEA Proceedings 2011 (pp. 197-208) Delft: Delft Digital Press.

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