Join the Dean of Libraries in conversation with Prof. Joseph Choma.
This talk will cut a cross-section through Joseph Choma's interdisciplinary research. First, we will learn how mathematical equations can be used as design tools to sculpt curved surfaces rigorously.
Then, we will dive into physical material-based experiments and prototypes that explore how we can fold materials at the scale of architecture.
Lastly, questions such as "What is technology?" and "What is intelligence?" will lead to a discussion on how dumbness can be a means to practice smarter.
The registration link is: https://clemson.libcal.com/calendar/training/frcchoma
Wednesday, October 20 at 4:00pm to 5:00pmVirtual Event