Richard Coyne

Richard Coyne researches and teaches in the areas of information technology in practice, computer-aided design in architecture, the philosophy of information technology, multimedia in design, digital media, and design theory. He inaugurated the MSc in Design and Digital Media, in which he also teaches.

He is author of several books on the implications of information technology and design with MIT Press and Routledge. His research has been supported by AHRC, EPSRC and SCRAN.

Member of the AHRC review panel: Visual Arts and Media (practice, history and theory)

Member of the RAE Architecture and Built Environment subpanel

Member of the editorial board of arq: Architectural Research Quarterly (pending)

He is a registered architect (Australia), and previously worked at the University of Sydney and in Melbourne. Richard was Head of Department from 1999 to 2002 and is currently Director of the Graduate School of the School of Arts, Culture and Environment.

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