2015 sustainable urbanism book online
2015 "Sustainable Urbanism. Study Abroad in China" book available online. Thanks everyone who contributed to the book! Thanks the support from UC Forward, UC International.
Projects accepted in ACADIA conference exhibition
Two projects "Transmuted Tectonics" and "Strange Wall" are both accepted in the 2015 ACADIA conference exhibition. Cheers.
Low Carbon City in China
Ming Tang lead the UC research team on the Low Carbon City research PINGDI1.1, granted by Shenzhen Center for Design. The research is exhibited at Low Carbon forum: Alternatives for Low Carbon City. Architecture and Life. (ALCCAL), Shenzhen, China 06/15-18. 2015.
Paper accepted in ACADIA 2015
Co-author with Mara Marcu, Paper titled “Data Mapping and Ornament in Digital Craft ” is accepted in ACADIA 2015 conference. Cheers.
UC & Qingdao Technology University Collaborative Workshop
Ming Tang presented lecture titled "Parametric and Data Driven Design" at University of Cincinnati & Qingdao Technology University Collaborative Workshop on Sustainable Urbansim. Qingdao, China.
Resilient City (韧性城市) Symposium, China
Ming Tang presented at Resilient City (韧性城市) Symposium. hosted by BJTU, UC, and BJUT. 05/08/2015. Beijing. China.
ACADIA 2015 conference
Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture 2015 International (ACADIA) Conference, COMPUTATIONAL ECOLOGIES: Design in the Anthropocene, will take place at University of Cincinnati. October 22-24, 2015.
paper accepted in SIMAUD conference
Paper titled "Self-organizing city: A bottom-up urban model using the multi-agent method and space syntax" is accepted in the 2015 Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design (SimAUD) at Washington D.C.
Exhibition in Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis
Exhibition:Repetitive Play. Merrick Anderson, Colin Klimesh, Ming Tang, and Broc Toft. at Emily Galusha Gallery. Northern Clay Center (NCC). Minneapolis, MN. 11.23.2014-01.04.2015.
paper accepted in ARCC 2015 Conference
Ming Tang's paper "Computational Landscape.
Data driven urban modeling with agent-based system" is accepted by ARCC 2015 Conference at Chicago. Cheers.