Dominik Kolb, MS Candidate

Dominik Kolb

Research Assistant
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Dominik Kolb is a research assistant in the Mediated Matter research group.  He is a computational designer working at the intersection of art, design, computer sciences and fabrication. A Master’s candidate, he pursues his passion for generative methods, nature inspired design and additive manufacturing. By combining those design strategies, Dominik strives to unveil new methods and workflows that enable others to use the full potential of cutting edge technology. Dominik holds a Diploma in Information Design and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He is a founder of deskriptiv, a studio for generative design.


2018   From Improved Diagnostics to Presurgical Planning
2018   Making data matter: Voxel printing for the digital fabrication of data across scales and domains
2016   Grown, Printed, and Biologically Augmented: An Additively Manufactured Microfluidic Wearable, Functi
2016   Data-Driven Material Modeling for 3D-Printing of Materially Heterogeneous Objects


Title: Methods and System for Direct 3D Printing of 3D Point Cloud Data.
No: 62353045
Filed: June 22, 2016
Inventors: Christoph Bader, Dominik Kolb, and Neri Oxman


Data-driven and User-Driven Material Modeling
3D Printing Micro and Macro Fluidics with Liquid Support


Vespers: Series II
Vespers: Lazarus
Vespers: Series I
Wanderers: Living Mushtari
WLA: Wet Lab Atelier
Vespers: Series III
Synthetic Apiary

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