My poster entitled The Need to Harness Collective Intelligence in Strategic Health Planning was published in the European Healthcare Design 2018 Conference. The conference was organised by Architects for Health and Salus Global.
My poster entitled Collective Intelligence in Strategic Health Planning won the first prize at the UCL Doctoral Poster Competition in the Built Environment, Engineering Sciences, Mathematical & Physical Sciences section. The competition was organised by the UCL doctoral school. Would like to thank my supervisors Prof. Stephen Gage, Prof. Alan Penn, and Arch. Christopher Shaw for their support in developing this research.
I have recently started a MPhil/PhD programme at the Bartett School of Architecture, University College London. The PhD is sponsored by Medical Architecture and is carried out under the supervision of Prof. Stephen Gage and Prof. Alan Penn. Industry supervisor is Christopher Shaw.
In parallel, I am now working as an architect for Medical Architecture on projects in London, Morocco, Liberia and SW England.
Looking forward to the upcoming years of practice and research, looking forward to hearing your feedback and thoughts.
Living grounds has been awarded the Special Mention (2nd prize) at the 2014 Jacques Rougerie Competition on the theme: Architecture and sea level rise. It is the collaborative effort of the TarTar team.
A. Senciuc, I. Pluchinotta, S. Ben Rajeb (2015). “Collective intelligence support protocol: a systemic approach for collaborative architectural design”, in Luo Y. (ed.), Cooperative Design, Visualisation and Engineering CDVE 2015 Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 9320, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 152-161.
On November 27th 2014 the TarTar team has been awarded the Special Mention (2nd prize) at the Jacques Rougerie Competition, Architecture and Sea Level Rise Award, for the project: “Living grounds. Generating Intelligent Environments”. The project was selected among other 1749 teams.
TARTAR TEAM CREDITS:
Alexandru SENCIUC (architect and team coordinator), Razvan George GORCEA (architect and BIM specialist), Tudor MAFTEIANU (marketing specialist), Irene PLUCHINOTTA (environmental engineer and researcher at Bari Technical University and Paris Dauphine University), Helmi GHAMMAM (architect and 3D specialist), Andrei STAN( architectural student and computational designer), Agathe RAGUIT (architect and landscape specialist), Cristian SANTIBANEZ (urban strategist and program associate New Cities Foundation), Samia BEN RAJEB (architect, teacher and researcher, collaboration specialist at LUCID laboratory Liège University), Iris YASSUR (motion graphic designer), Arnaud Thomas (architectural student).
Mohamed-anis GALLAS (computational designer and researcher at LUCID laboratory Liège University and at MAP-CRAI ENSA Nancy), Dimitrie Andrei STEFANESCU (architect and computational designer)
SPECIAL THANKS: LUCID, Liège University
© Photos credits Julien Faure
I have recently published an article in the PAVILION journal for politics and culture #17. Apprehension. Understanding through fear of understanding. This issue is also the reader for the Bucharest Biennale 6.
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Thank you Strabic team for publishing my work!
On the 27th of September I presented my research dissertation within the DPEA pre-PhD course, for which I received the “very good” mention. The dissertation is entitled: “Modeling of the collective architectural conception. Cooperation, coordination and collaboration via basic online tools”. It is a first step towards the architecture PhD thesis and seeks to build a model of the collective architectural conception process by taking into account three entities: the people, the tools and the architectural model.
[EN] To download the English Summary, Table of Contents and Bibliography of the dissertation pleaso go to this link.
[FR] Pour télécharger le résumé, sommaire et bibliographie en français du mémoire recherche, veuillez cliquer sur ce lien.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank my superviser, Caroline Lecourtois, for accompanying me through the past year.
From the 22nd to the 25th of September I took part in the CDVE 2013 research conference in Alcudia, Mallorca, Spain. Together with Prof. Caroline Lecourtois, I have presented and published a short paper with the title: “Exploring collective architectural conception. Cooperation, coordination and collaboration via basic online tools”.
The short paper has been published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science Journal, number 8091. It has been published both online and on paper. The reference for the article is:
Senciuc, A., & Lecourtois, C. (2013). “Exploring collective architectural conception. Cooperation, coordination and collaboration via basic online tools”. (Y. Luo, Ed.) Lecture Notes in Computer Science (8091), pp. 51-55.
To consult and buy this paper please go to this link.