Dr Dimitris Psychogyios is an Architect Engineer and Assistant Professor at the Department of Architecture of the University of Thessaly, in the thematic area of " Creative Design - CAD / CAM Technologies".
His research interests cover the areas of design and construction technologies, the technologically advanced building systems and the intelligent building systems. He also works towards the direction of hybrid environments, knowledge management and philosophy of technology. His doctoral thesis concerns the design and construction technologies in the era of the web paradigm, choosing cultural environments as a field of systematic observation. The contribution of his work focuses on the relation of the change of the ontology of the design object with the change of the program, the way of conception and the way of construction. His research project is based on the assumption that the use of scientific knowledge and technology is not socially neutral or innocent.
He received his Ph.D., Postgraduate Diploma and Diploma from School of Architecture of National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), and also received Bachelor in Civil Engineering from TEI of Heraklion. He is a member of the Technical Chamber (TEE) since 2005, he has a large number of completed architectural projects and has participated in numerous architectural competitions. He has previously worked at the JSA Architectural Office based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He has also participated in (big budget) research projects with large interdisciplinary teams. He is the author of more than 20 published papers in scientific journals, conference proceedings, etc. Furthermore, he has many years of teaching experience in the School of Architecture of N.T.U.A., in the Department of Architecture of D.U.TH., in the Department of Design and Technology of Wood and Furniture, and finally in the Department of Architecture of U.TH.
Design and Cutting Edge Technologies, Creative Design - CAD / CAM Technologies, Design and Production Technologies, Computer Assisted Manufacturing, Intelligent Building Systems, Architecture and 4th Industrial Revolution, Hybrid Environments, Knowledge Management, Philosophy of Technology