Dr Anastasia Globa

Lecturer in Computational Design and Advanced Manufacturing (Architecture)

G04 - Wilkinson Building
The University of Sydney


Website 1. Algorithmic Design in Architecture
2. Projects developed with the IDeEA lab

Biographical details

Dr. Globa is a researcher, academic and designer working in the field of architecture, with the strong research interests in algorithmic design and parametric modelling (particularly using and teaching visual programming methods). The doctoral research work (VUW, 2015) and most of teaching done in the span of 10 years in New Zealand, Russia and Australia focussed on the use computation, algorithmic form-making and integration of parametric modelling in architectural design. Her design and research projects often involve the use of various digital fabrication technologies, including the adaptation and pre-fabrication preparation of digital models for 3D printing, CNC routing or laser cutting.

During the three years of post-doc-research fellowship (2015-2018) Dr. Globa has further extended her skill-set and developed a large number of projects using interactive Virtual (VR) and Augmented (AR) environments. VR and AR was applied in the projects involving design exploration, data visualisation and pre-occupancy simulation. She has an extensive experience working with advanced computational analysis and simulations, data visualisation, real-time interactive applications and immersive analytics using both modelling computer environments and gaming engines (such as Grasshopper/ Rhino / Unity3D). Working as a key member of the Interdisciplinary Design environments for Engineering and Architecture laboratory (IDeEA lab) at Deakin University Dr. Globa has vast experience with the development and testing of digital and physical prototypes, interdisciplinary design and industry collaborations.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Globa, A., Subhani, M., Moloney, J., Al-Almeri, R. (2018). Carbon Fiber and Structural Timber Composites for Engineering and Construction. Journal of Architectural Engineering, 24(3), 1-14. [More Information]
  • Moloney, J., Spehar, B., Globa, A., Wang, R. (2018). The affordance of virtual reality to enable the sensory representation of multi-dimensional data for immersive analytics: from experience to insight. Journal of Big Data, 5(1), 1-19. [More Information]
  • Globa, A., Ulchitskiy, O., Bulatova, E. (2018). The effectiveness of parametric modelling and design ideation in architectural engineering. Naucnaa Visualizacia, 10(1), 99-109. [More Information]
  • Subhani, M., Globa, A., Al-Almeri, R., Moloney, J. (2017). Effect of grain orientation on the CFRP-to-LVL bond. Composites Part B, 129, 187-197. [More Information]
  • Subhani, M., Globa, A., Al-Almeri, R., Moloney, J. (2017). Flexural strengthening of LVL beam using CFRP. Construction and Building Materials, 150, 480-489. [More Information]
  • Moloney, J., Globa, A., Wang, R., Roetzel, A. (2017). Serious Games for Integral Sustainable Design: Level 1. Procedia Engineering, 180, 1744-1753. [More Information]
  • Globa, A., Donn, M., Ulchitskiy, O. (2016). Metrics for measuring complexity of geometric models. Naucnaa Visualizacia, 8(5), 74-82.
  • Globa, A., Donn, M., Moloney, J. (2015). Abstraction versus Case Based: A comparative study of two approaches to support parametric design. International Journal of Architectural Computing, 13(3-4), 313-333. [More Information]
  • Globa, A., Donn, M., Twose, S. (2012). Digital to physical: Comparative evaluation of three main CNC fabrication technologies adopted for physical modelling in architecture. International Journal of Architectural Computing, 10(4), 461-480. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Khoo, C., Wang, R., Globa, A., Moloney, J. (2018). Prototyping a human-building interface with multiple mobile robots. 23rd International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia: Learning, Prototyping and Adapting (CAADRIA 2018), Beijing: Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA).

2018

  • Globa, A., Subhani, M., Moloney, J., Al-Almeri, R. (2018). Carbon Fiber and Structural Timber Composites for Engineering and Construction. Journal of Architectural Engineering, 24(3), 1-14. [More Information]
  • Khoo, C., Wang, R., Globa, A., Moloney, J. (2018). Prototyping a human-building interface with multiple mobile robots. 23rd International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia: Learning, Prototyping and Adapting (CAADRIA 2018), Beijing: Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA).
  • Moloney, J., Spehar, B., Globa, A., Wang, R. (2018). The affordance of virtual reality to enable the sensory representation of multi-dimensional data for immersive analytics: from experience to insight. Journal of Big Data, 5(1), 1-19. [More Information]
  • Globa, A., Ulchitskiy, O., Bulatova, E. (2018). The effectiveness of parametric modelling and design ideation in architectural engineering. Naucnaa Visualizacia, 10(1), 99-109. [More Information]

2017

  • Subhani, M., Globa, A., Al-Almeri, R., Moloney, J. (2017). Effect of grain orientation on the CFRP-to-LVL bond. Composites Part B, 129, 187-197. [More Information]
  • Subhani, M., Globa, A., Al-Almeri, R., Moloney, J. (2017). Flexural strengthening of LVL beam using CFRP. Construction and Building Materials, 150, 480-489. [More Information]
  • Moloney, J., Globa, A., Wang, R., Roetzel, A. (2017). Serious Games for Integral Sustainable Design: Level 1. Procedia Engineering, 180, 1744-1753. [More Information]

2016

  • Globa, A., Donn, M., Ulchitskiy, O. (2016). Metrics for measuring complexity of geometric models. Naucnaa Visualizacia, 8(5), 74-82.

2015

  • Globa, A., Donn, M., Moloney, J. (2015). Abstraction versus Case Based: A comparative study of two approaches to support parametric design. International Journal of Architectural Computing, 13(3-4), 313-333. [More Information]

2012

  • Globa, A., Donn, M., Twose, S. (2012). Digital to physical: Comparative evaluation of three main CNC fabrication technologies adopted for physical modelling in architecture. International Journal of Architectural Computing, 10(4), 461-480. [More Information]

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