Fereshteh Shahmiri

PhD in Computer Science - School of Interactive Computing - Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Technology Square Research Building
85 Fifth Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30308

© 2017 by Fereshteh Shahmiri. All rights reserved.

EDUCATION

Georgia Institute of Technology

Ph.D. in Design Computing,

Specialization: Human Computer Interaction

2020 (Expected), Atlanta, GA 

      

Carnegie Mellon University

MS. in Computational Design

2014, Pittsburgh, PA

Tehran University of Arts

B.Eng. M. Arch - Architecture Engineering

2011, Tehran Iran

SKILLS & TOOLS

Programming & Scripting

Python, C#, RAPID, KRL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Processing, Rhinoscript

Notable SDKs and Libraries

OpenGL, OpenNI, OpenCV, Kinect, ROS, d3.js, three.js, node.js

Microelectronics

Arduino, Fritzing, KiCAD, AVR Studio

Fab Tools

ABB Robot IRB-4400 & 6640, KUKA Robot KRC2 & 4, Universal Robot 10, Laser Cutter, 3D Printer, CNC Router

2-3D Modeling

Rhino, Grasshopper, GC, V-Ray, AutoCAD, MicroStation, Revit, Dynamo, SolidWorks

Graphics

Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, AfterEffects, CorelDraw

WORK EXPERIENCE

IMAGINE Lab - Georgia Tech

Researcher - Software Developer

(2016-Present), Atlanta, GA

Researching on, designing and developing software applications, sensory devices, interactive systems and custom user interfaces for analyzing users’ spatial recognition in virtual and real environments.

Gensler

Technical Designer

2015, Seattle, WA

Designing and developing custom software applications for parametric modeling, visual programming and space planning. Conducting research for computational design and design performance track (R&D team).

Bentley Systems, Incorporated

Software Developer-Product Management Intern

(2014-2015), Exton, PA

Developing GC interface features and functional components. Research on and developing GC product training in collaboration with Bentley LEARNServer. Modelling, visualization and presentation of GC development and training series for R&D group.

Carnegie Mellon University - CoDe Lab

Graduate Research Assistant

(2013-2014), Pittsburgh, PA

Designing and developing sensory devices and software solutions for interactive installations and tangible interactions in creative designed spaces.

Carnegie Mellon University - Robotic Fab Lab

Graduate Research Assistant

(2012-2014), Pittsburgh, PA

Researching on and developing custom user-interfaces and sensory devices as well as software applications in integration with robotic fabrication tools and workflows.

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