Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture (ANFA)
The mission of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture is to promote and advance knowledge that links neuroscience research to a growing understanding of human responses to the built environment.
The Academy benefits from the expanding body of research that has evolved within the neuroscience community in the last two decades, and the promise of even more in the coming century. Some observers have characterized what is happening in neuroscience as the most exciting frontier of human knowledge since the Renaissance. All humanity stands to benefit from this research in countless ways still to be determined. The profession of architecture has become a partner in developing the application of this knowledge base in order to increase its ability to be of service to society. For more information, visit www.anfarch.org.
|The Influence of Human Distractors with Different Desk Position Configurations in a Sharing Office on the Performance of Tasks||Young-Ah Rho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST); Mindbrick Lab, Seoul), Wooree Shin (Mindbrick Lab, Seoul, South Korea), Jaehyung Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, South Korea), Seoyoung Lee (Mindbrick Lab, Seoul, South Korea), Sunghaeng Cho (Mindbrick Lab, Seoul, South Korea), Hyungjun Kim (Mindbrick Lab, Seoul, South Korea), Jaeseung Jeong (Mindbrick Lab, Seoul; Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST))||Sep 23, 2016|
|Approach to a Scientific Design Method for Programmable Schools towards ‘NeuroArchitecture’||José Wagner Garcia, Architect, Ph.D. (Noosfera Projetos Especiais Ltda., São Paulo, Brazil), Matías Nieto Tolosa (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain), Aristides Pavani Filho (CTI Renato Archer & CTI Nordeste, Brazil)||Sep 23, 2016|
|The Real Meaning of Architecture: Or How to Make Architecture Mean Something||Joshua Broadway (Kansas State University), Frederik Heuser (Kansas State University), Kelsey Middelkamp (Kansas State University), Joshua Ralls (Kansas State University), Bob Condia, AIA (Kansas State University)||Sep 23, 2016|
|Interactive Architecture and BCI: Expanding the Relationship Between Space and User||Michael Gonzales (University of Houston), Meg Jackson (University of Houston)||Sep 23, 2016|
|Effect of Experience on Wayfinding in a Large, Complex Environment||Joe Manganelli, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Ph.D. (xplr design, llc), Robin Farr (Greenville Memorial Hospital), Johnell Brooks, Ph.D. (Clemson University), Lee Gugerty, Ph.D. (Clemson University)||Sep 23, 2016|
|Home to School Path - Wayfinding by Children Ages from 8 to 10||Dajana Rokvic (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)||Sep 23, 2016|
|Designing Bio-wearable Computers to Expand Interactions between Bodily Spaces and Physical Environments||Rachel Zuanon (Anhembi Morumbi University)||Sep 23, 2016|
|Brains Crave Natural Environments||Sandra Callies, Assoc. AIA||Sep 23, 2016|
|Behavioral Response of Autistic Children to Design Interventions||Arathy Gopal (School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India), Priyanjali Prabhakaran, Ph.D. (College of Engineering, Trivandrum, Kerala, India), Jayaprakash R., Ph.D. (SAT Hospital, Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram), Syamlal S., Ph.D. (Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences, Trivandrum, Kerala, India)||Sep 23, 2016|
|The Making of a Place – the Courtyard||Ilaria Mazzoleni (IM Studio Milano/Los Angeles), Richard Molina (IM Studio Milano/Los Angeles)||Sep 23, 2016|