AnnaLisa Meyboom is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia. Her area of expertise is integrated design of architecture and engineering. Her research and teaching looks at applications of technology in our environment where the highly technical meets the human environment. Her areas of teaching emphasize the ability to integrate the highly technical, the beautiful and the environmental simultaneously and seamlessly into a built form. She believes it is the ability to work with all these media fluently that creates projects of critical relevance.

Her research areas investigate the impact of advanced computing on the language of wood design and the design of future infrastructures and their critical and catalytic relationships to public space. She is Director of the Transportation Infrastructure & Public Space Lab (TIPSlab) as well as a practicing engineer with a civil engineering degree from the University of Waterloo and holds a Masters of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. Her background prior to architecture was in bridge engineering where she was a Senior Structural Engineer and Project Manager.

She teaches research studios, advanced structures and computing seminars,  architectural structures courses and design fabricate courses.

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