Glenda Amayo Caldwell

Researcher and Lecturer

Glenda Amayo Caldwell is a researcher in the Urban Informatics Research Lab and a lecturer in Architecture at the Queensland University of Technology. Her research focuses on the effect technology has on the experience of the city where architectural design methods and theories are combined with interactive media and urban informatics for community engagement.

She explores how the use of technology weaves the different disciplines of architecture, urban design, media design, interaction design and urban informatics together to create opportunities for social interaction to occur within the digital and physical layers of the urban environment. Of particular interest are Media Architecture, participatory design, community engagement, guerrilla research tactics, and place-making to promote sensitive architecture that responds to the needs of the community. 

Speaker’s event

Redesigning Urban Inventions: City As A Service

Redesigning Urban Inventions: City As A Service

The Rocks
11 Jun, 09:00 am - 11:00 am