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Fabio Gramazio
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Petrus Aejmelaeus-Lindstrm
Aleksandra Anna Apolinarska
Ins Ariza
Joris Jan Burger
Gonzalo Casas
Tanja de Almeida Pereira
Stphane de Weck
Adam Donovan
Kathrin Drfler
Selen Ercan
Jonas Furrer
Augusto Gandia
Norman Hack
Matthias Helmreich
David Jenny
Oscar Jobin
Adam Kiryk
Thomas Kohlhammer
Theodoros Kyttas
Bess Alexandra Laaring
Jie Li
Ena Lloret-Fritschi
Esther Lombardini
Hannes Mayer
Jess Medina Ibez
Ammar Mirjan
Tom Oliver Mundy
Stefana Parascho
Luka Piskorec
Gergana Rusenova
Romana Rust
Fabio Scotto
Maximilian Seiferlein
Victor Stolbovoy
Anna Szabo
Andreas Thoma
Alexander Nikolas Walzer
Chenfan Zhu
Ammar Mirjan is an architect and researcher with a background in automation engineering. He received a B.A. degree in Architecture from the Bern University of Applied Sciences and a M.Arch. degree from the Bartlett School of Architecture. He has been working for architectural offices in New York, Tokyo and London. In 2011 he joined ETH Zurich where he is currently pursuing his PhD at the Professorship for Architecture and Digital Fabrication (Prof. Fabio Gramazio, Prof. Matthias Kohler). His research focuses generally on the relationship between designing and making with intelligent machines and more specifically on architectural fabrication processes with flying robots. Since 2013 he is the project manager of the ETH Grant research project Aerial Constructions.
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