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McKelvey School of Engineering

Brown School

AI + Design Mini-Symposium

Monday, April 3 | 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Anabeth and John Weil Hall, Kuehner Court 1 Brookings Drive

This one-day symposium provides an opportunity for students and faculty to explore the intersections of artificial intelligence and design. The keynote will be given by Krishna Bharat, WashU parent and distinguished research scientist at Google, plus three sessions with WashU faculty and guests covering topics like creativity, interaction design, and current issues in AI.

Co-presented by the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts and the McKelvey School of Engineering, sessions take place in Weil Hall and are open to the WashU community.

Support for this event is provided by the Ralph J. Nagel Dean’s Fund. 

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Event Type

Lectures & Presentations


McKelvey School of Engineering, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts


Arts & Culture, Science & Technology



Computer Science & Engineering
Event Contact

Melissa Meinzer | mmeinzer@wustl.edu

Speaker Information

Krishna Bharat , WashU parent, Technologist and innovator, Distinguished Research Scientist, Google, Inc. 

Kory Bieg, AIA, AB ’99, Founder and Principal, OTA+ 

Ian Bogost, Barbara and David Thomas Distinguished Professor, Director of Film & Media Studies , Professor of Computer Science & Engineering 

Constance Vale, Assistant Professor and Chair, Undergraduate Architecture 

Matthew Allen, Visiting Assistant Professor 

Chandler Ahrens, Associate Professor, Sam Fox School 

Sharvari Mhatre, Lecturer, Sam Fox School 

Jonathan Hanahan, Associate Professor, Interaction Design  

Heather Snyder Quinn, Assistant Professor, Interaction Design 

Alvitta Ottley, Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Engineering 

Caitlyn Kelleher, Associate Professor, Computer Science & Engineering 


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