Henry M. Grosman is an adjunct professor in the College of Architecture and Design at New Jersey Institute of Technology. His research interests include computer modeling for digital fabrication; the integration of GIS technology and architectural representation; and the implications of promiscuous digital representation and simulation for design.
Grosman is currently working as an architect in New York and teaches a design studio and a seminar at NJIT. His academic and design work explore the intricate relationship between emerging computational techniques and design culture. He has worked in such diverse fields as interactive media, game design and telecommunications in New York City and Berlin, Germany. He has taught at Parsons School of Design in New York as well as Columbia University.
He received his BA in computer science from Columbia University in 1997 and his MArch from the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation in 2005.
Topics: computer modeling for digital fabrication, integration of GIS technology and architectural representation