- Research Assistant
Ariel Noyman is a PhD candidate at the MIT Media Lab City Science Group, a lecturer at Northeastern University, an architect and an urban designer working to fuse cities and technology. His research is on novel methods for urban modeling and simulation, future mobility and decentralized participation. In recent years, Noyman coordinated and deployed a worldwide network of City Science Living-Labs (in Boston, Hamburg, Shanghai,Andorra and Helsinki to name a few) in an effort to confront his lab's work with real-world challenges.
Noyman's work received awards and recognitions from the European Commission, the OECD, the Israeli Gov., was featured by The Guardian, 60 Minutes, The New York Times and was displayed in exhibitions, conferences and summits worldwide. Noyman received his Master's of Science in Architecture and Urban Design at MIT, where he was also a researcher at the Center for Advanced Urbanism. Prior to MIT, Noyman graduated from the School of Architecture at Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design, Jerusalem (cum laude), where he later held an Adjunct Professor position. Noyman is now an Adjunct Professor of architecture and urbanism at Northeastern University, where he teaches design workshops on architecture, micro-housing, and urban design. Since 2006, Noyman has practiced in leading architecture and design firms in the US, Europe, and Israel, while developing an independent body of work through projects, competitions, research and exhibitions.
Finding Places: HCI Platform for Public Participation in Refugees’ Accommodation Process. Ariel Noyman , Tobias Holtz, Johannes Kröger, Jörg Rainer Noennig, Kent Larson. a Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab, Changing Places Group, Cambridge MA, b HafenCity University Hamburg, CityScienceLab, c HafenCity University Hamburg, Lab for Geoinformatics & Geovisualization