Speaker: Paul Kassabian

Speaker: Paul Kassabian

    Paul Kassabian is a structural engineer and Associate Principal at Simpson, Gumpertz & Heger (SGH) and works on a wide range of structural systems such as buildings, bridges, and sculptures.
    At SGH, Paul develops innovative methods of design and construction using SGH’s in-house materials lab, computational design approaches, and digital fabrication techniques.
    He taught graduate structural engineering students at MIT for ten years and currently teaches the Structures course at Harvard GSD. He is researching construction techniques informed by termite collective construction and robotic swarm behavior with Harvard’s Wyss Institute.
    Paul is a licensed structural engineer in 14 US states and one Canadian province and is a chartered engineer in the UK.

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