2018 Conference Workshops

2018 ARCC-EAAE International Conference
Architectural Research for a Global Community

May 16-19, 2018  |  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hosted by Temple University in partnership with Jefferson University and Drexel University
Chair: Kate Wingert-Playdon, Temple University



Writing for Architectural Journals: Guidelines, Tips, and Pitfalls

Thursday May 17, 2018

Moderated by editors of architectural journals, the workshop will provide guidance on writing for academic journals including structuring the papers, evolving an argument, providing adequate literature support, and developing conclusions. Examples will be discussed and attendees will have the opportunity to solicit feedback on their work. Seating limited.

Doctoral Students Workshop

Thursday May 17, 2018

The workshop is a forum for students at the proposal phase or the interpretation phase of their dissertation work to present and discuss their work with senior mentors in architectural research. The workshop strengthens thesis/dissertation work and supports development of networks for young researchers in architecture and related disciplines.

Developing an Architectural Research Agenda

Friday May 18, 2018

The workshop will discuss currently relevant areas of architectural research and address how to choose and develop an architectural research topic and frame research questions or hypotheses. Issues of funded research will also be covered including possible funding agencies and guidance on developing good research proposals. Seating Limited.

How Do We Communicate, Promote and Share Architectural Research?

Friday May 18, 2018

Research is vital in addressing a wide range of architectural and societal issues, but are academia and practice living up to the demand? Join us for this AIA session as we explore how we might improve and promote architectural research, including ideas on collaboration.

Richard Buday, FAIA, Archimage, is a Houston architect, writer, and educator with 20 years experience in behavioral research and principal investigator of more than $10 million in research grants. His firm has won awards for buildings, interiors, short films, broadcast television commercials, video games and other interactive media.


Direct inquiries to:
Joon-Ho Choi