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KEITH EVAN GREEN
P r o f e s s o r
• Design + Environmental Analysis
• Mechanical & Aerosp. Engineer
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Cornell University
2421 MVR Hall (lab in HEB 212)
Ithaca, NY 14853-4401
telephone 607.255.7138
keg95@cornell.edu

homepage: Cornell Design (DEA)
homepage: Cornell Mech.E (MAE)
homepage: Cornell Robotics
HRI at Cornell


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EDUCATION + LICENSURE

BA Psychology
MS Architecture
PhD Architecture
University of Pennsylvania

Master of Architecture
University of Illinois - Chicago
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Registered Architect SC#6610
NCARB cert. Architect
#55269
IEEE Senior Member
#90609014
ACM-SIGCHI #9050700

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MY TALK AT GSM3
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LAB - AN INSIDE LOOK


my lab

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RECENT PUB.S
AND AWARDS
DIS 2018 - BEST PAPER
• Pervasive Health 2018 paper
• IEEE CASE 2018 paper
• $600k NSF-SCH award for home+
My MIT PRESS book,
ARCHITECTURAL ROBOTICS

IEEE CASE 2016 Paper
IDC Paper
DIS Paper
IEEE Robotics and Automation
Jrnl. Personal & Ubiquitous Comp.
Health Environments Research J.
NSF IIS HCC award: Lit Room
IEEE Transa Human Machine Sys.
CHI Paper,
Video Preview
CHI Video Showcase, Paper
ª CHI Workshop Co-convener

IDC Paper
Health Environments Research J.

IROS Paper and Video
CHI Workshop Co-convener
Co-author - Interactions feature
$1.5M gift from Siemens PLM
Interview - Architectural Record
IDC paper


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ON PEDAGOGY

IEEE Robotics and Automation
Architectural Robotics at ICRA

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PHD STUDENTS
Current PhD Students:
Carlos Arujo de Aguiar
Yixiao Wang
Elena Sabinson

Former PhD Students:
Arash Soleimani
George Schafer
Anthony Threat
Joe Manganelli
Tarek Mohktar
Henrique Houayek

Graduates of the lab go on to:
Academic and industry careers at...
• Microsoft Research
• Disney Research
• Micriosoft
• Vanderbilt U. Medical School
• U. of North Carolina
• Clemson U.
Graduate studies in robotics at...
Stanford U.

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PARTNERS
The ARL benefits from close ties to:
Continuum Robotics Lab
Ian Walker, Clemson U.
Robotic Building Group
Henriette Bier, TU Delft
Space Syntax Lab
Bartlett School, UCL
Interactive Environments Minor
TU Delft's idStudioLab




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My ARCHITECTURAL ROBOTICS LAB (or "ARL") focuses on making our physical surroundings interactive and adaptive to help us do what we do: work, play, learn, roam, explore, create, interconnect, heal, and age.

At the interface of design, robotics, and psychology. the ARL designs, prototypes and evaluates robotic built environments to support and augment an increasingly bio-cyber-physical world. In so doing, the ARL strives to cultivate interactions across living things and their surroundings to form socio-technical ecologies.

The novelty of the lab's research lies in its recognition of the built environment, from furniture and rooms to the metropolis, as a next frontier of human-machine interaction. More broadly, the ARL generates new vocabularies of design and new, complex realms of understanding that shape novel, computational and bio-centric environments. My book Architectural Robotics: Ecosystems of Bits, Bytes, and Biology (MIT Press, 2016) establishes this design-research trajectory.

Arch Robotics full cover

At Cornell University, I'm Professor both in the department of Design + Environmental Analysis (DEA) and in the Sibley School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE). Previously I was Mickel Endowed Chair in Architecture and professor of electrical & computer engineering at Clemson University, and founding Director of Clemson's Institute for Intelligent Materials, Systems & Environments. I have researched and/or taught for extended periods in Barcelona, Milan, Auckland (New Zealand), and most recently Delft (Netherlands) where I was Visiting Professor at TU Delft's ID-StudioLab (in the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering).

The ARCHITECTURAL ROBOTICS LAB is defined by radical collaboration. Our research-and-teaching participants are drawn from Architecture & Design, Mechanical, Electrical & Computer, and Systems Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Library & Information Science, Computer Science, Cognitive Science, Psychology, Sociology, Education, Digital Humanities, Media and Fine Arts, Science & Technology Studies, and the Health Sciences. Together, we address problems and opportunities of an increasingly digital world by developing and testing meticulous, artfully-designed, cyber-physical environments that act, think, and grow with their inhabitants: Architectural Robotics.

Informed by human needs, wants, curiosity, and a concern for our survival on the planet, the ARL focuses on applications that include: healthcare, creativity and learning, working life, autonomous vehicles and spacecraft, community and civic life, disaster relief, and mass urbanization. In designing for these, we dedicate ourselves to understanding populations sometimes overlooked by designers: children, adults aging in place, under-served communities, and individuals of all ages suffering from illness, disabilities, and the challenges of dislocation, disassociation, and relocation.

KEY RESEARCH PROJECTS

AWE NSF    ARTNSF
Animated Work Environment                       Assistive Robotic Table

LIT ROOM  NSF    LIT KIT NSF
LIT ROOM                                                       LIT KIT

home+ NSF    NVCNSF
home+
                                                           Nonverbal Communication

archiobtsNSF    CyberPLAYce
ArchIbots
Workshop at Ubicomp                  CyberPLAYce