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(Carnegie Mellon University)
- Ramesh Krishnamurti's Profile
- Ramesh's principal area of research is in computational design with particular emphasis on the formal, semantic and algorithmic aspects of generative construction and the development of design as computation via highly-coupled parallel explorations of form and description. He is perhaps, best known, for his work on the computational problems in shape grammar theory and for algorithms for spatial patterns. In September 1989 he was invited to join the faculty of the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University. He was tenured and became a full professor in 1994. His responsibilities include both undergraduate and graduate teaching and Ph.D. advising. In 2000-01 and 2002-03 he served as the Chair of the Department’s graduate program.