Cagri Hakan Zaman, is a Ph.D. Student in the Design and Computation group at MIT and a researcher at MIT Mobile Experience Lab. In his research, he explores various dimensions of space perception and spatial experience bridging the social, cognitive and computational aspects of human every day activities. During his master's study at MIT, he introduced a body centric approach to computational means of space perception that is implemented in different contexts such as computer vision, multimodal action representation and immersive design environments.
Cagri holds a Master of Science in Architecture Studies (2014) and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (2014) from MIT, B.Arch (2009) and a Master of Science in Architectural Design Computing (2011) from Istanbul Technical University. Previously, he worked at GMW Architects Istanbul, where he took part in the design and construction of airport projects between 2008-2012. He worked as Adjunct Instructor at Istanbul Isik University School of Fine Arts between 2009-2011 where he taught Computer Aided Design and Image Processing courses.