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MIT Thesis (SMArchS + EECS)
Spatial Cognition: Significance of Scientific Aspects of Neuroscience in Architectural Design (Dishita Turakhia) In conference on Academy for Neuroscience in Architecture (ANFA) 2016 | PDF
Crafting Skins (Michael Budig, Dishita Turakhia) In Proceedings for Association for Architectural Education (AAE) 2016 | PDF
Dynamic Tensegrity Systems : A case for recongifurable structures in urban context (Dishita G. Turakhia), In Proceedings of 33rd AnnualConference of the Association for Computer-Aided design in Architecture (ACADIA), pp. 451-452, 2013 | PDF
Dynamic Tensegrity Systems (Dishita Turakhia) In Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA) Vol 97. 2013 | PDF
Dynamic Tensegrity Systems (Dishita Turakhia), In Conference on Shape Modelling International 2013, pp. 41, 2013 | PDF
Awarded research grant for thesis on Socially Intelligent Machines. The research investigates human-machine symbiotic applications for creative problem solving. The interdisciplinary research brings together models of intelligence from computer science, cognitive science and design thinking.
Awarded travel fund to develop a project on origami robot fabrication with Universidad Adolfo Ibanez (UAI), Chile
Researched under PI, Prof. Larry Sass to develop modular digitally fabricated structural systems for affordable housing
Awarded merit based tuition scholarship by the Dept. of Architecture in the School of Planning and Architecture at MIT
Awarded 3rd prize for redesign of public spaces in the CBD area of London City
DesignX Cohort 2016 finalist for SketchCAD - A machine learning application for drafting architectural drawings | Link
Opposites Attract: Interior space design project