Assistant Professor Immanuel Koh
Assistant Professor, Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)
Immanuel Koh is the Hokkien Foundation Career Chair Professor and assistant professor in Architecture & Sustainable Design (ASD) and Design & Artificial Intelligence (DAI) at the Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD). Trained at the Architectural Association (AA) and Zaha Hadid Architects in London, he obtained his PhD from the School of Computer Sciences and Institute of Architecture at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and was nominated for the Best Thesis Prize and Lopez-Loreta Prize. He is an expert consultant at the ZJU-BOSIDENG Joint Research Centre on AI Design and his AI research projects have been funded by DesignSingapore Council, AI Singapore, Urban Redevelopment Authority, Ministry of Defence and National Supercomputing Centre Singapore. Immanuel has exhibited at NeurIPS’ AI & Art Gallery, Venice Architecture Biennale, Victoria & Albert Museum and The Arts House; published in AD, ICCV, Design Computing & Cognition, CAADRIA, CAAD Futures, SIGraDi, FMA, IAEA and Transformations; and taught at the AA, Royal College of Art, Harvard GSD, UCL Bartlett, Strelka, Die Angewandte and many others. He is the co-founder of Neural Architecture Group (NAG) and co-curator of AIArchitects.org. Immanuel now directs Artificial-Architecture and is the author of the book Artificial & Architectural Intelligence in Design published in 2020.