Shervin Azadi is a researcher / developer. He holds a BSc in Architectural Engineering from the University of Tehran, & MSc in Architecture (cumlaude) from
TU Delft. He is currently a researcher at Design Informatics Chair in TU Delft.
Shervin’s speciality is Computational Design. He has developed algorithms and created tools for analyses of light, visibility and accessibility in architecture. Nevertheless, his current research investigates the potentials of a mathematical / computational formulation of the architectural design problem, which can ultimately lead to a Computational Generative Design process. More specifically, he looks into the possibility of Graph Grammars and Agent-Based Models as generative interfaces for design.
- Generative Design
- Collective Intelligence
- Participatory Design
- Numerical Computing
- Swarm Intelligence
- Multi Agent Systems