Student
Demi Fang

Demi's undergraduate exposure to form-finding and computational design sparked her interest in the intersection of architecture and engineering. She is working under Professor Caitlin Mueller to explore ways to innovate the design interchange between the two fields.

Areas of Interest
Computation, Digital Fabrication, Structures

Education

2013 - 2017
B.S. in Engineering, Highest Honors, Princeton University

Professional Experience

2014 - 2017
Undergraduate Assistant / Social Media Representative, Form Finding Lab, Princeton University
2015 - 2015
Intern, Guy Nordenson and Associates, NY
2016 - 2016
Research Intern, Digital Structures, MIT
2017 - 2017
Engineering Intern, Robert Silman and Associates, NY

Awards

- 2017
Calvin Dodd MacCracken Senior Thesis/Project Award, Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
- 2017
David W. Carmichael Prize, Princeton University CEE Department
2017 - 2018
Presidential Graduate Fellowship, MIT