Matthew Spremulli is Research/Program Manager with Autodesk Research, coordinating a team of researchers to explore future capabilities focused on decarbonizing our built environment. Matthew brings his expertise as a trained architect, research manager, and researcher to this new role focused on sustainability. During his time with Autodesk Research, he also launched the Technology Center at the Autodesk Toronto office in 2018. The Technology Centers bring academics, entrepreneurs, and industry groups together as a network of residents to explore advanced topics related to Autodesk Research interests.
Matthew is passionate about democratizing technology as well as public engagement/exhibition projects. He was a co-director of the “Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15” project representing Canada at the 2014 Venice Architectural Biennale. He was also the lead research designer on the “Future of Suburbia” with MIT’s Center for Advanced Urbanism for their 2016 Research Biennale. And most recently he was Research Coordinator for the Living Architecture Systems Group 2018. Matthew has also been democratizing technology through his 10 years of teaching. Currently, he covers advanced computational design topics including generative design and visual communication (including XR) at the University of Toronto: Daniels Faculty of Architecture.
Matthew enjoys recharging from technology with cooking, creative arts, and scuba diving. He holds an Advanced Open Water Certification and aspires to visit as many sites as he can to build a deeper appreciation for our oceans.
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