Anna Lisa Meyboom (she/her)

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AnnaLisa is an Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (SALA). She holds a degree in engineering from University of Waterloo and a Masters of Architecture degree from University of British Columbia. Her research focuses on the impact of technology on our built environment both at the scale of building structure as well as infrastructure. With her research group TIPSlab, she looks at the design of public transportation infrastructure and its critical and catalytic relationship to public space. Her research interests involve the state of the art in robotic fabrication of wood as well as integrated design of future transportation infrastructure, She teaches architecture design studios looking at the future language of wood, the core structural engineering courses for the School of Architecture as well as the seminars in Future Transportation & Urban Form and Advanced Structures and Digital Methods. To view more of AnnaLisa's work http://www.blogs.ubc.ca/meyboom

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Anna Lisa Meyboom (she/her)