Entries by Ming Tang

Book: Architectural Interventions

Architectural Interventions. Design-build collaboration on the global scale Ming Tang, Yingdong Hu, Whitney Hamaker, Edward Mitchell. UC Press. 2021 ( upcoming) The University of Cincinnati Press and Library Publishing Services, Cincinnati ISBN (paperback) 978-1-947603-14-1 ISBN (e-book, PDF) 978-1-947603-15-8 This book discussed the “Design-Build” as an essential topic for architectural education, using the award-winning project “Pear […]

paper at SIMAUD 2021

Ming Tang, Mark Landis’ paper titled “Fixed shading device design with the performance-based-design and energy simulation” is accepted at The 12th annual Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design (SimAUD). 2021 This paper presents a performance-driven design (PBD) tool developed by combining the energy analysis abilities of Ladybug, Honeybee, and EnergyPlus to inform shading […]

Assess the effectiveness of using Virtual Reality for caregiver training

Assess the effectiveness of using Virtual Reality for caregiver training Urban Health Pathway Seed Grant. PI: Ming Tang. Partner. Council of Ageing, LiveWell Collaborative. $19,844. 03. 2021-3.2022 This project aims to investigate the effectiveness of using Virtual Reality to build empathy for the care recipient by allowing the caregiver to experience day-to-day life from the […]

3D print for cast-in-place concrete

Cast-in-place Freeform Concrete with Big Area AdditiveManufacturing Formwork Ming Tang, Noah Shroyer. Cast-in-place Freeform Concrete with Big Area AdditiveManufacturing Formwork. International Journal of Architecture, Engineering and ConstructionVol 10, No 2, Vol 10, No 2 (2021) 1-9 Abstract: Parametric design and digital fabrication give precise control in the design and materialization of complex geometric forms. Large-scale […]

paper published in IJAEC

Ming Tang (2021). “Visual Perception: Eye-tracking and Real-time Walkthroughs in Architectural Design.” International Journal of Architecture, Engineering and Construction, 10(1), 1-9. Visual Perception: Eye-tracking and Real-time Walkthroughs in Architectural Design This paper discusses the application of Eye Tracking (ET) technologies as a new way for researchers to understand a person’s perception of a build environment […]