Srushti Goud is a research scholar at the University of Torino working on preservation and dissemination of collective memory of tangible cultural heritage through digital technology. She completed her Bachelor of Architecture from M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India in 2013 and secured gold medal in her batch. Her post-graduation was in International Master’s in Interior Architecture and Design (History, Theory and Criticism) from CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India in 2015 with an exchange semester at HFT Stuttgart, Germany. Her Master’s research thesis was in the field of Indian temples which was an enquiry of the use of geometry and its validation using parametric methods. Her Master’s thesis was awarded the CEPT-Kohler Scholarship. She has taught in a few schools of Architecture in Bangalore and had a small private practice while conducting independent research also. Her expertise includes knowledge of research design and communication, history and theory of architecture and computational design. She does illustrations and paintings in her spare time and maintains a healthy curiosity of various cultures around the world which goes well with her love for travel.
Tech4Culture Fellow – Call 2 (2019)
Supervisor: Vincenzo Lombardo, Informatics Department