29 April Wednesday, 10:30
İzmir University of Economics, Faculty of Fine Arts and Design
Through the course of Guzden Varinlioglu’s undergraduate education in architecture at METU and her graduate education in graphic design at Bilkent University, she became interested in digital technology and its contribution to the preservation and presentation of cultural heritage. Her research period in Texas A&M University in 2010 was followed by a PhD degree from the Program of Art, Design and Architecture in Bilkent University.
Her research responded to the lack of systematic methodology for the collection, preservation and dissemination of data in cultural heritage studies. In 2011, Guzden received a post-doc position in architectural design computing at ITU. In January 2013, she started her post doctoral studies at the Center of Digital Humanities at UCLA. Since 2015, she is teaching in the Department of Architecture at Izmir University of Economics.