Jeffrey Huang

EPFL IC IINFCOM LDM1
BC 104 (Bâtiment BC)
Station 14
CH-1015 Lausanne

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EPFL ENAC IA LDM2
BC 104 (Bâtiment BC)
Station 14
CH-1015 Lausanne

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EPFL ENAC IA-GE
BP 2233 (Bâtiment BP)
Station 16
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Fields of expertise

Design thinking, Smart buildings, Smart Cities, Artificial Design, Digital Architecture, Experience Design 

Publications

Selected publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Computer Science

Architecture
Communication Systems

PhD Programs

Doctoral program in computer and communication sciences

Doctoral Program in Architecture and Sciences of the City

Courses

Studio BA5 (Huang)

The studio trilogy on circular cities (Circular Seoul, Circular Kyoto, Circular Taichung) examines the transition of architecture and cities into a circular economy by exploring and mapping the flows of materials and resources.

Studio BA6 (Huang)

The studio examines the effects of artificial intelligence on architecture and cities. We explore data-driven design processes by the use of algorithmic and parametric tools that take into consideration geographical, economical, personal, image, political, ecological parameters.

Studio MA1 (Huang)

The circular studio trilogy (Circular Seoul, Circular Kyoto, Circular Taichung) examines the transition of architecture and cities into a circular economy by exploring and mapping the flows of materials and resources.

Studio MA2 (Huang)

The studio examines the effects of artificial intelligence on architecture and cities. We explore data-driven design processes by the use of algorithmic and parametric tools that take into consideration geographical, economical, personal, image, political, ecological parameters.

UE X : Experience design

Experience Design examines the effects of digitalization on architectural typologies in the contemporary city. The course questions traditional typologies by focusing on an understanding and re-design of social, geographic, temporal and emotional experiences.

Experience design

As we move towards a design economy, the success of new products, systems and services depend increasingly on the excellence of personal experience. This course introduces students to the notion and practice of experience design following a hands-on, studio-based approach.