Generative/Evolutionary Art and Design

Camilo is a research assistant at SensiLab, currently working on the development of methods to facilitate innovation and creativity for designers. His focus is on the use of evolutionary principles and machine learning as a means to open up avenues for discovery in design.

Before coming to SensiLab, Camilo spent six years researching and teaching topics that sit in the intersection between design and computation at The University of Melbourne and The University of Chile. Prior to that, Camilo also served as a visualisation artist and architectural designer at Office of Adrian Phiffer and Office Normal, in Toronto, Canada, and at Eliash Arquitectura y Urbanismo, in Santiago, Chile.

Camilo completed his PhD at The university of Melbourne (2018), and also holds a Master’s degree in Urban Design from the University of Toronto (2011) and bachelor and professional degrees in Architecture from Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (2006).

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