Daniel is a design technologist building off his past experience as an architectural engineer. He is currently a PhD student at NYU’s biLAB researching the use of neuroscience and virtual reality in the architectural design process. With regards to the built environment, he is exploring adaptive and responsive environments and the relevant data that informs their design, construction, and operation. More broadly, he is interested in how ideas can be communicated through different mediums, from data visualization to immersive experiences.
To borrow from Michel Serres, Daniel is exploring the “Northwest Passage” connecting engineering and the humanities.