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 Daniel Fernando Tomé Mateus

 Daniel Mateus JPEG

CIAUD researcher since 2016

PhD Candidate in Computation applied to Architecture, Urban Planning, Design and Ergonomics at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon. Research Fellow of CIAUD.

Daniel Mateus has a pre-Bologna Degree (5 years) in Architecture, at Instituto Superior Técnico of the former Technical University of Lisbon, current University of Lisbon, in 2005.

Worked in Portugal and Angola between 2006 and 2011, collaborating in the development of Architecture and Urban Projects.

In 2013 started the PhD in Architecture, Specialization in Computation, at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon. His research interests are related with the application of computation in Architecture, Urban Planning, Design and Ergonomics, including digital design systems (parametric modelling, procedural modelling, shape grammars, programming, virtual reality) and digital manufacturing systems (3D printing, CNC milling machines, robotic arms). Seeks to relate these computational instruments with the theme of Energy, developing more efficient shapes and materials from the viewpoint of its energy performance.

In 2014 (January to December) was Fellow of the “Tecton 3D” Research Project, developed in partnership between INESC-ID and the Faculty of Architecture, and whose principal goal was the development of a digital design system in an Immersive Virtual Reality Environment.

In 2015 (January to August) was Fellow of the “PhD AUSMIP Plus Program”, funded by the European Union, in Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea, with the aim of developing his PhD thesis, titled "Energy-based Design: Digital Design of Building Skins".

From October 2015 to May 2016 was again Fellow of the “Tecton 3D” Research Project.

Since January 2017 he is Research Fellow of CIAUD, in the scope of the research that is being carried out for the doctoral thesis. Research Project: Energy-based Design: Digital Design of Building Skins (PhD Thesis)

 

Research Project:Energy-based Design: Digital Design of Building Skins

ORCID: 0000-0002-0811-5385

 Curriculum Vitae

 

Publications

Mateus, D., de Klerk, R., Castro e Costa, E., Duarte, J.P., Jorge, J. Back to the Roots: towards a new approach to Architecture through Virtual Reality. Automation in Construction. (em processo de publicação)

Mateus, D., Duarte, J.P., Romão, L. 2017. Maximizing PV performance for building skins. In Proceedings of 12th Conference on Advanced Building Skins, October 2-3 2017. (a aguardar publicação)

Mateus, D., de Klerk, R., Castro e Costa, E., Duarte, J.P., Jorge, J. 2016. Regresso às Raízes: rumo a uma nova abordagem para a Arquitetura através da Realidade Virtual. Arquiteturarevista. ISSN 1808-5741. (submetido em 19/01/2016)

Mateus, D., Duarte, J.P. 2016. A grammar-based system for building envelope design to maximize PV performance. In Proceedings of 11th Conference on Advanced Building Skins, October 10-11 2016, pp. 19-24. Bern, Switzerland: Kursaal Bern. ISBN 978-3-98120539-8.

MATEUS, D., COSTA, E.C., GAMA, S., SOUSA, M., DUARTE, J.P., JORGE, J. 2015. From Tecton to Technos: going back to the classical roots of Architecture. In Proceedings of eCAADe 2015, Vienna, Áustria, 16-18 September 2015. ISBN 9789491207082. Vol. I, pp. 107-116.

MATEUS, D., DUARTE, J., LEAL, V. 2015. Towards a grammar-based system for the design of building envelopes that maximize the capture of solar energy. In Proceedings of 10th Conference on Advanced Building Skins, Bern, Switzerland, November 3-4 2015. ISBN 978-3-98120538-1. pp. 52-61.

MATEUS, D., COSTA, E.C., DUARTE, J.P., JORGE, J. 2014.Tecton 3D - Simulacros Digitais: Modelando a Terceira Dimensão, Análise de Softwares de Modelação 3D. In Arquitecturas do Mar, da Terra e do Ar - Arquitectura e Urbanismo na Geografia e na Cultura. Lisboa: 1ª Edição AEAULP, 2014. ISBN 978-150-2424-95-2. Vol. III, pp. 383-390.

 

Patents

Patente PT-103137 de 21/07/2004, Elaboração de um Sistema de Revestimento Descontínuo de  Coberturas e Fachadas de Edifícios por Peças Cerâmicas Complanares.

 

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