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Ammar Mirjan

Ammar Mirjan is an architect, a machinist and a maker. His work focuses on the coupling of digital design space and physical fabrication space with robotic systems.

He has a background in automation engineering and has studied architecture in Switzerland and in London. After working in different architectural practices, he joined the Professorship for Architecture and Digital Fabrication of Prof. Fabio Gramazio and Prof. Matthias Kohler at ETH Zurich. He has been working on a series of research projects exploring robotic material practices with wax, clay, concrete and metal and has thought various international workshops and lectures, including Fabricate, RMIT, IaaC and others.

With an interdisciplinary approach, he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in architecture, where he investigates the design potential of materialisation processes with flying robots.

Ammar Mirjan is a Keynote Speaker on Friday 21 November

Make:Shift Presenters

Dr Sarat Babu
Julia Bennett
Lauren Bowker
Gerard Briscoe
Mark Burrows
Annabelle Campbell
Mark Champkins
Professor Daniel Charny
Amy Congdon
Professor Geoffrey Crossick
Gina Czarnecki
Boris Debackere
Matt Durran
Lizete Druka
Michael Eden
Gregory Epps
Bronac Ferran
Grant Gibson
Dr Karen Ingham
Michelle Kasprzak
Professor Roger Kneebone
Knyttan
Dr Zoe Laughlin
Professor Julia Lohmann
Martina Margetts
Alex McLean
Tom Metcalfe
Dr Mark Miodownik
Ammar Mirjan
Gareth Neal
Professor Raymond Oliver
Dr Claire Pajaczkowska
Professor Mike Press
Fi Scott
Professor Lucy Di Silvio
Rhian Soloman
Dr Becky Stewart
Dries Verbruggen

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