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July 2010
"Geometric Gestures" in Elements of Parametric Design authored by Robert Woodbury(USA & Canada: Routledge, 2010): pp.171-184. (url: http://cw.routledge.com/textbooks/9780415779876/)

Nov 2012
Dosya (Folder) 29: Computational Design, published by Chamber of Architects of Turkey, Ankara Branch, Nov 2012. (url: http://computationaldesign.info/)

July 2015
International Conference on Spatial Cognition (ICSC) 2015(e)Scapes (for) Bridging Visual-Making And Computing” (url: http://www.icsc-rome.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/ICSC-2015-PROCEEDINGS.pdf)
Oct 2014
DCA Drawing Communication Conf. 2014, “Hybrid Palimpsest: Drawing with Computation and Visual Calculation”
July 2014
Archi-DOCT E-Journal Issue 2-1 - Fields, “Broadened Drawing-Scape: Being, Becoming, Computing” (url: http://www.enhsa.net/archidoct/)
Sept 2013
Education and research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe (eCAADe) 2013, “Performing Realism: Interactive Real-Time-Rendered Stereoscopic Animations for Architectural Design Process”
May 2013
The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA) 2013 (Young CAADRIA Award Recipient), “The Executed and the Observed in Drawings: From Gothic to Computation”
Sept 2013
CAADRIA 2013, “Tran(s)quillity: The Dynamic(ally) Media(ted) Façade”. (with Greenblatt, E.)
Sept 2010
eCAADe 2010, Co-Author: “Future Community in Istanbul: An Interpretation of Istanbul To Generate a New Urban Life” (with Arkut, B)
Sept 2009
eCAADe 2009, “Value Through Precision: Beyond the Realms”
May 2009
İstanbul Technical University, Computational Design, 3rd Symposium Proceedings, “Words on Understanding and Teaching Computational Constructs” (in Turkish).
April 2009
Harvard GSD: Critical Digital Conference - 2, “The Handbook for Avoiding Computational Design Fallacies, Vol.1”
Sept 2008
eCAADe 2008 (Ivan Petrovic Award - Runner Up), “Anti-UV: Progressive Component Design in Cross Platforms in Architectural Education”

April 2008
Harvard GSD: Critical Digital Conference, “Progressions in Defining the Digital Ground for Component Making”
Dec 2007
The International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures (IASS) Symposium 2007, Structural Architecture: Towards the Future Looking to the Past, “Computational Design Tools For emergent Geometries In Architecture”
Oct 2007
ACADIA 2007, “Composing the Bits of Surfaces in Architectural Practice”
Sept 2007
eCAADe 2007, “Composing the Bits of Surfaces in Architectural Practice: Methodologies and Codes for Generation,
Rationalization, and Analysis of Non-Standard Geometries”
Nov 2005
Sigradi 2005, IX. Ibero-American Congress Of Digital Graphics, Co-Author: “Ichtyomorph – Design and Development of a Fish-Skin Double Façade System for Freeform Super Tall Buildings Using Parametric Design Tools”, Authored by Sergio Araya, PhD.
April 2004
Pin-UP, MIT Department of Architecture Press
“Ligne 38” for MIT Media Lab Class MAS 966 “Re-thinking Paris Bus Line,” one of four authors




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