Prof. Ruth Conroy Dalton will be speaking at the conference being held London on 3rd May, 2017.
Ruth is an alumna of University College London. As a licensed architect, she has worked for Foster and Partners (London) and Sheppard Robson Corgan Architects (London) and key projects upon which she has worked include the Carré d’Art de Nîmes, in France, the Palaçio de Congresos in Valencia, Spain, and the Kings Cross International Terminal (unbuilt). She has taught at the Architectural Association, London, the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA and the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.
Prof. Dalton will be speaking and joining the panel for Thematic 2: How Can We Use High Technology in the Built Environment?
Ruth will give insight into the use of virtual reality in researching how people understand and interact with buildings and environments. This thematic will explore these emerging technologies as well as other high tech tools; low carbon, model simulators, and computer software like depthmapX. We will debate the goals of technology and how it can facilitate the creation of more empathetic, dynamic, and adaptable spaces.