Socrates Yiannoudes is an Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture, Technical University of Crete. He graduated from the National Technical University of Athens (Diploma of Architecture, 1998). He obtained a Master of Architecture (Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, 1999-2000), a Master of Philosophy (Royal College of Art, 2002-2004), and a Doctorate Diploma (National Technical University of Athens, 2010). He is the principal coordinator of the Advanced Design Lab (ADLab) at the School of Architecture, TUC. Author of the book “Architecture and Adaptation: From Cybernetics to Tangible Computing” published by Routledge (2016). Member of advisory board and scientific committees (reviewer and evaluator) of several international conferences, journals and research programs. He has been awarded with “L’Architettura Automatica” Prize in Bologna and “Keppie Prize” in London. His research interests focus on the relations between digital technologies and design, digital culture and architecture, and the application of science and technology studies in architectural research.
“Active Room”, 2004
«Εξοχική κατοικία στα Τσικαλαριά Χανίων», 2009
“New landmark for the Faliron Pier competition”, 2012 (in collaboration with P. Malefakis, D. Stamatiou, A. Iatrou, A. Kapsalis, A. Hairis)