Advising – DaraghByrne.me

Daragh Byrne Associate Teaching Professor
School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University. Courtesy appointment in the School of Design.

Advising

Current and past advisees

Masters Students


Yixiao Fu
Master of Computational Design at CMU. Primary Advisor.

Thesis: Evoking the Post-industrial Landscape Memories through Mixed Reality Soundscape

Erik Ulberg
Master of Computational Design at CMU. Secondary Advisor.

Thesis: Crafting the Weights of a Convolutional Neural Network to Make a Drawing

Jinmo Rhee
Master of Computational Design at CMU. Committee Member.

Thesis: Context-Rich Urban Analysis using Machine Learning: A Case Study in Pittsburgh

Shengzhi Wu
Master of Design at CMU. Co-Advisor with Molly Steenson.

Thesis: Affordances for Multi-device Gestural Interactions in Augmented Reality

Gray Crawford
Master of Design at CMU. Co-Advisor (Primary: Dan Lockton).

Thesis: Developing Embodied Familiarity with Hyperphysical Phenomena

Daiki Itoh
Master of Tangible Interaction Design at CMU. Secondary Member.

Thesis: Force Interaction for 3D Painting

Meriç Dağlı
Master of Computational Design at CMU. Secondary Advisor (Primary: Dan Lockton.

Thesis: Designing for Trust: Exploring trust and collaboration in 
conversational e-commerce agents

Vikas Yadav
Master of Design at CMU. Secondary advisor (Primary: Molly Steenson).

Jen Liu
Master of Tangible Interaction Design at CMU. Primary Advisor.

Thesis: Field Computing: Tools for Collaborative Survival

Robert Zacharias
Master of Tangible Interaction Design at CMU. Primary Advisor.

Thesis: Scaffolding Positive Engagements Between Strangers in Public Spaces

Shawn Nikkila
Master of Computer Science at ASU. Co Advisor (with Hari Sundaram).

Undergraduate Students


Kelli Mijares
Bachelor of Architecture at CMU. Committee Member.

PhD Students


Emek Erdulo
PhD in Computational Design at CMU. Committee Member.

Manuel Rodriguez Ladron De Guevara
PhD in Computational Design at CMU. Secondary Advisor (Primary: Ramesh Krishnamurthy).

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