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Earl J. Mark

Visiting Lecturer

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

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Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Zurich,

Switzerland

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Technology Officer and Director of Information Technology

Virtual Jamestown


Lecturer At the Department of Architecture

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Chief Technology Officer and Associate Professor

University of Virginia


Senior Software Engineer

Computervision Corporation


Affiliations

Harvard University

Senior Teaching Fellow


Downing College

Thomas Jefferson Visiting Fellow


Education

BA

Architecture and Mathematics


Master of Architecture

Architecture and Mathematics.

University of Cambridge


Master of Science

Media Technology

MIT Media Lab


Ph.D.

University of Virginia's School of Architecture


Ph.D.

Architecture

Harvard University


Web References(45 Total References)


Jamestown in the Atlantic World

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Dr. Earl Mark
Earl Mark serves as Chief Technology Officer and Director of Information Technology within the School of Architecture, and as Associate Professor of Architecture. Prior to this appointment, he was a lecturer at the MIT Department of Architecture, a senior teaching fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and visiting lecturer at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich. He holds a Ph.D. in Architecture with a Minor in Cognitive Science from Harvard University, a Master of Science in Media Technology from the MIT Media Lab, a Master of Architecture, and a BA in Architecture and Mathematics. In spring 1998, Earl Mark was the Thomas Jefferson Visiting Fellow at Downing College and a Visiting Associate of the Martin Centre, of the Department of Architecture at the University of Cambridge. In addition, he was a senior software engineer at Computervision Corporation. Mark is also actively involved in private practice at Johnson, Craven, and Gibson Architects in Charlottesville. Prof. Mark is responsible for directing the development computer based curriculum and facilities. He teaches, performs research, and has published in the areas of computer aided design, digital moviemaking and animation, and design research.


Jamestown in the Atlantic World

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Dr. Earl Mark
Earl Mark serves as Chief Technology Officer and Director of Information Technology within the School of Architecture, and as Associate Professor of Architecture. Prior to this appointment, he was a lecturer at the MIT Department of Architecture, a senior teaching fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and visiting lecturer at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich. He holds a Ph.D. in Architecture with a Minor in Cognitive Science from Harvard University, a Master of Science in Media Technology from the MIT Media Lab, a Master of Architecture, and a BA in Architecture and Mathematics. In spring 1998, Earl Mark was the Thomas Jefferson Visiting Fellow at Downing College and a Visiting Associate of the Martin Centre, of the Department of Architecture at the University of Cambridge. In addition, he was a senior software engineer at Computervision Corporation. Mark is also actively involved in private practice at Johnson, Craven, and Gibson Architects in Charlottesville. Prof. Mark is responsible for directing the development computer based curriculum and facilities. He teaches, performs research, and has published in the areas of computer aided design, digital moviemaking and animation, and design research.


The Bentley Education Network - Research Seminar- BIUC 2000

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Reconstruction of Fountains Abbey vault, using associative geometric modeling tools, Earl Mark, School of Architecture, University of Virginia Reconstruction of Fountains Abbey vault, using associative geometric modeling tools, Earl Mark, School of Architecture, University of VirginiaThe undercroft at fountains abbey is especially well preserved. A computer program has already been developed to re-generate its vault geometry. The Computer-generated representation can be adapted to variations in the as-built conditions. Concurrently, a second software technology referred to as "customs objects" is now available that can further enhance the flexibility with which a computer based model can be adapted to the vaults. It can adapt the geometrical model of the vaults to precise deflections and asymmetries in curvature. A preliminary study of the undercroft of Fountains Abbey was completed in the spring of 1998 by Earl Mark based on an informal site visit. The computer program to re-construct the vault geometry was adapted to the plan and matched to photographs of the site. Earl Mark serves as Director of Computer Technologies within the School of Architecture, and as Associate Professor of Architecture. Prior to this appointment, he was a lecturer at the MIT Department of Architecture, a senior teaching fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and visiting lecturer at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich. He holds a Ph.D. in Architecture with a Minor in Cognitive Science from Harvard University, a Master of Science in Media Technology from the MIT Media Lab, a Master of Architecture, and a BA in Architecture and Mathematics. In Spring 1998, Earl Mark was the Thomas Jefferson Visiting Fellow at Downing College and a Visiting Associate of the Martin Centre, of the Department of Architecture at the University of Cambridge. Prof. Mark is responsible for directing the development computer based curriculum and facilities. He teaches, performs research, and has published in the areas of computer aided design, design simulation and design research.


AIABaltimore Committee page: Technology in Practice/ Feb. 2001 press release

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The New Descriptive Geometry, by Professor Earl Mark
AIABaltimore Committee page: Technology in Practice/ Feb. 2001 press release AIA Baltimore Technology in Practice Committee announces the Second Annual Winter Technology-in-Design Seminar: "The New Descriptive Geometry" by Professor Earl Mark, University of Virginia, to be held at the University of Baltimore 's Thumel Business Center, Saturday, February 17, 2001 Earl Mark's parametrically controlled hyperbolic shapes Earl Mark's sexpartite and quadripartite vaults The Technology in Practice Committee’s Winter Seminar will feature a talk by University of Virginia’s Professor Earl Mark. As Director of Computer Technologies within the School of Architecture, and as Associate Professor of Architecture, Prof. Mark has a unique perspective on the role of computer technology in design. Prior to his appointment at UVA, he was a lecturer at MIT, a senior teaching fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and visiting lecturer at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich. His home page is at http://www.people.virginia.edu/~ejm9k/ . Prof. Mark will cover "The New Descriptive Geometry," followed by a strategic overview of new trends and emerging processes. Earl Mark will present examples based on contemporary and historical architectural forms. He will discuss relevant changes in architectural education and trends in computer aided design.


Welcome

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Earl Mark
Simulating the Atmosphere of Spaces. The AR-based Support of 1:1 Colour Sampling in and within Existing Buildings


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