Carlos David Gonzalez Uribe, MS Candidate

Carlos David Gonzalez Uribe


Research Assistant
E14-333C
Personal Website
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

About

Carlos David Gonzalez Uribe was born in Mexico City. He received his Undergraduate Degree in Architecture from ITESM in Mexico City in 2008 and his Masters in Architecture and Urban Design from Pratt Institute in 2011, where he was honored with the Pratt Circle Award and Outstanding Academic Achievement. In 2010 he was also awarded the Fellowship by the Mexican Science Foundation (CONACYT). After graduation he worked as an intern in the research and development department of Bentley’s GenerativeComponents department and served as a media consultant at the University of Pennsylvania with Prof. Ferda Kolatan, in 2011 he collaborated with the firm su11 in the Corallines Project exhibited at the Istanbul Design Biennial. Currently Carlos Gonzalez is a Research Assistant at the Mediated Matter Group headed by Prof. Neri Oxman sponsored by Bentley Systems Incorporated, CONACYT, the MIT Alumni Club of Mexico and the MIT Media Lab.

Publications

2014   Silk Pavilion: A Case Study in Fiber-based Digital Fabrication
2013   Biological Computation for Digital Design & Fabrication

Awards

Mediated Matter ICON Awards Nomination (2013)

Tools

Freeform 3D Printing
CNSILK - CNC Fiber Deposition
Micro-macro Fluidic Fabrication
Swarm Printing

Environments

Silk Pavillion

« Previous     Next »