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Dr Seyithan Ozer is a Postdoctoral Research Associate (Prosit Philosophiae Foundation) at the Laboratory for Design and Machine Learning in the School of Architecture

Seyithan's work in the Lab focuses on the use of quantitative data in understanding and responding to design problems from the scale of housing units to neighbourhoods.

Seyithan holds a PhD in Architecture from Royal College of Art. His doctoral thesis entitled Interior Complex analysed the designs of dwellings in London’s existing housing stock in relation to regulatory, market-driven, and user-driven standardisation processes. He is interested in housing design and the methodologies and methods of knowledge production at the intersection of architectural design and design policy.

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