N. (Nan) Bai
Nan Bai currently works as a PhD Candidate at the Chair of Heritage and Values in the Department of AE+T in the Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment at TU Delft. He also participates in the HERILAND Project in the European Union as a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher. He graduated from Tsinghua University and TU Berlin, gaining Master's degrees in Architecture and Bachelor's degrees in Architecture and Psychology.
Nan always has a broad interest in the application of Computational Social Science in the Cultural Heritage, as well as the research in Architectural Psychology and Big Data in Heritage studies. He seeks to apply Artificial Intelligence, especially Natural Language Processing and Image Recognition, into the understanding of people's perception and behaviour about World Heritage properties. He aims at improving the social inclusion in future cultural heritage planning and management.
Young CAADRIA Award, 2020 25th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, CAADRIA 2020 (Virtual)
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2019-10-01 - 2021-10-01