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2013 to current
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2012 to current
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2014 to current
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2015
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Professor at Ohio State Knowlton School of Architecture
2012
Visiting Faculty
2014 to 2015
Visiting Faculty
Senior Lecturer at UPenn - University of Pennsylvania
2013
Visiting Faculty
2015 to 2016
Visiting Faculty
2015 to current
Visiting Faculty
2014 to 2015
Visiting Faculty
Professor at UPenn - University of Pennsylvania
2013
Visiting Faculty
2013 to current, 2016 to current
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2006 to 2014
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2011 to 2013
Research Associate
2011 to 2013
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2016 to current
Research Associate
2010 to current
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2016 to current
Research Associate
2016 to current
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Assistant Professor Ohio State Knowlton School of Architecture
2012 to 2013
Lecturer
2012 to current
Lecturer
2012 to 2013
Lecturer
Lecturer
2013
Lecturer
2012 to 2013
Lecturer
2012 to 2013
Lecturer
2013
Lecturer
Lecturer
assistant professor studio Lynn IOA
2013
Lecturer
2004 to 2015
Lecturer
Lecturer
Studio Master AADRL School of Architecture
2011
Lecturer
2013
Lecturer
2017 to current
Staff
Tutor
2012 to 2016
Staff
2006 to 2014
Staff
2015 to current
Staff
Tutor
2013 to 2014
Staff
Tutor
2013 to 2014
Staff
Tutor
2012 to 2014
Staff
2015 to current

Thomas Grabner

Research Associate
  • 2011 to 2013

Thomas Grabner is an architect and specialist in computational design with several years of practice and teaching experience . He holds a degree in Architecture, graduating with distinction from the University of Innsbruck, advised by Patrik Schumacher.

Grabner has lectured and taught design studios at the AA | Architectural Association, TKU | Tamkang University Taipei, AAG10 Vienna and was teaching assistant at PennDesign | University of Pennsylvania, SCI-arc | Southern California Institute of Architecture.

Beginning with his education in the HTL-Innsbruck Bautechnik (1993), he gained important practical experience in architectural competitions, concept design and construction planning. He had the opportunity to become acquainted with and cooperate with several architectural and planning offices in Austria, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and USA (New York).

Together with her partner Thomas Grabner, they founded 2007 the collective [uto]. Their research focuses, along with the generation and analysis of complex geometries, on the development of formal strategies, data driven design approaches and generative structures, implementing and evaluating the physical matter of a design. They have been recognized for their development of digital tools, namely PhysX, Geco, Flowlines, MeshPaint and MeshEdit, which seek to improve workflow in a parametric environment. This is currently driving their development of digital tools to simulate situational, relativistic architectural prototypes to reveal orchestrated self-organization through situational contingencies of physics behavior.

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