JEC Group reports that Prof Mark Goulthorpe, associate professor at the Department of Architecture, MIT, will be the keynote speaker at the Future of Composites in Construction Show taking place in Chicago, USA, on 21 June 2017.
The new show is focused on end users in building and civil engineering, the third largest growing market for the US composites Industry.
Goulthorpe is currently Head of the new design stream in the master of science in architecture studies program and his current research centers on robotic fabrication and a variety of composite fabrication methodologies, as well as a new iteration of the dynamically reconfigurable HypoSurface.
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