NAME

 

 

Earl Mark, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Architecture

Director of Computer Technologies

TEACHING AREA

 

Design Theory and Methods, computer aided architectural design, architecture and environmental education of children, digital moviemaking and animation, knowledge-based expert systems in architectural design

EDUCATION

 

1993, Ph.D.

1985, Master of Science

1981, Master of Architecture

1975, B.A., Architecture & Mathematics

 

Harvard University

MIT (Media Lab)

University of New Mexico

SUNY

 

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

Associate Professor and Director of Computer Technologies, University of Virginia School of Architecture

Visiting Research Associate, University of Cambridge

Assistant Professor and Director of Computer Technologies, University of Virginia School of Architecture

Lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Teaching Fellow, Harvard University

Visiting Lecturer, ETH Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Teaching/Research Affiliate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

1996 – Present

 

1998

1993 - 1996

 

1986 - 1993

1987 - 1993

1990

 

1984 - 1986

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Johnson, Craven and Gibson, Architects, Charlottesville, VA

Designer/Consultant, Eduardo Catalano Associates and Creative Playthings Ltd., MA

Project Manager/Senior Software Analyst, Computervision Corp., Bedford, MA

Designer/Consultant, Swing Design, Inc. (Creative Playthings Ltd.), Framingham, MA

Designer/Consultant, School Zone Inc., Albuquerque, NM

 

1998 – Present

1990, 1991

 

1983 - 1988

 

1981 – 1983

 

1978 - 1980

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

 

Apple Distinguished Educator, Apple Computer Corporation

Jefferson Visiting Fellow, Downing College, University of Cambridge

 

2000 – Present

1998

 

 

PUBLICATIONS (Recent)

 

Exploiting New Pathways Between Physical and Virtual Models, ECAADE Conference, Warsaw, Poland (co-author with Robert Aish)

Theoretical and Experimental Issues in the Preliminary Stages of Learning/Teaching CAAD (co-author with Bob Martins and Rivka Oxman), ECAADE Conference, Warsaw, Poland

 

2002

 

 

2002

RESEARCH & CREATIVE WORK

(Recent)

 

Encountering the West: The Changing Vision of Lewis, Clark, and Jefferson; in collaboration with the Geostat Center, the Virginia Center for Digital History and the Monticello Research Foundation (with Mike Furlough and Douglas Seefelt).

English Heritage, Cyrex Corporation and Bentley Systems; collaborative project to study the geometry of the vaults at Fountains Abbey. 

 

2002

 

 

 

 

2001 - Present

SERVICE (selected)

 

Bentley Systems Educator’s Advisory Board

International Review Committee of ECAADE

Steering Committee, SIGRADI

Institute for Environmental Education Advisory Board, University of New Mexico

Co-chair, Round-table on “The Ideal Computer Aided Design Curriculum”, ECAADE, Helsinki, Finland

International Scientific Committee of SIGRADI

 

2002

2002

2002

2002

 

2001

 

2001