CURRICULUM VITAE
Nikos A. Salingaros

Professor of Mathematics
Urbanist and Architectural Theorist

January 2018

Department of Mathematics
The University of Texas at San Antonio
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, Texas 78249
e-mail: salingar (at) gmail.com

210 458 5546 office
210 458 4439 fax

Education

Ph. D. Physics 1978, State University of New York at Stony Brook
M. A. Physics 1974, State University of New York at Stony Brook
B. Sc. Physics Cum Laude 1971, University of Miami, Coral Gables

Collaborated with Christopher Alexander over a twenty-year period editing Alexander's "The Nature of Order"

Languages

English, French, Greek, Italian, and Spanish.

Positions in Academia

University of Texas at San Antonio: Assistant Professor of Mathematics 1983-1987; Associate Professor (tenured) 1987-1995; Professor 1995-present.

Visiting positions in Architecture: University of Texas at San Antonio, University of Delft, Holland, University of Rome III, Italy, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico.

Architectural and Urban Projects

Commercial Center in Doha, Qatar, a $82 million budget, 55,000 m2 project commissioned in a Classical Greco-Roman/Rinascimento style, 2007 (unbuilt). It is signed Hadi Simaan & Partners, José Cornelio da Silva, and Nikos A. Salingaros. Included in the 500th Centennial Exhibition "The New Palladians", September 2008, the Prince’s Foundation, London, supported by the ICAA, INTBAU, and RIBA, and published as a book of the same name.

Urban Plazas Project for the City Government of Querétaro, Mexico, 2008-present. Collaboration with Ramón Abonce-Meza, Carlos Arvizu-García, and Stefania Biondi, on the faculty of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Querétaro.

Advisor to the Social Housing Research Group (Grupo de Estudos da Habitaçao de Interesse Social), Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil, which is working with the Brazilian federal government. Collaboration with faculty members Carolina Palermo-Szucs, Roberto Deoliveira, and Alina Santiago. Worldwide involvement with self-construction of social housing in an open-source environment with the Peer-to-Peer Foundation.

Collaborating with the Gruppo Salìngaros in Italy (Ettore M. Mazzola, Gabriele Tagliaventi, Pietro Pagliardini, Stefano Serafini, Paolo Masciocchi, Antonio Caperna, Ciro Lomonte, Wittfrida Mitterer, Alessandro Pierattini, Stefano Silvestri, Alessia Cerqua, Milena De Matteis & Pietro Pini), Portugal (Jose Cornelio-da-Silva) and Britain (Sergio Porta) in an advisory role for new urban development in Italy.

Grants

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Grant to study the Scientific Laws of Architecture, 1997-2000; extended to 2001

Onassis Foundation Senior Visiting Scholar, University Seminars Program, February 2013

International Initiatives Grant EVP/SIO, University of Texas at San Antonio, 2013 (awarded but never used).

Architectural juries

Henry Lende Award for Design Excellence, San Antonio, Texas, "Houston Street Project", 12 March 2004.

Consulting

Urban Land Institute, 1025 Thomas Jefferson Street, N.W., Suite 500 West, Washington, D.C. 20007.

Thesis supervision and/or committee member

A. Finished.

Antonio Caperna, PhD in Urbanism, University of Rome III, Rome, Italy (2005)
Ina Klaasen, PhD in Urbanism, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Holland (2005)
David Miet, DiplEng in Architecture, University of Lyon, France (2005)
Ernesto Philibert-Petit, PhD in Urbanism, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Holland (2006)
Jannick Joye, PhD in Philosophy, University of Ghent, Belgium (2007)
Damien Mikolajczyk, DiplEng in Architecture, University of Nancy, France (2007)
Nuria Hernández, MSc in Urbanism, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Querétaro, Mexico (2007)
Alessia Marcolongo, MSc in Architecture, Technical University of Turin, Italy (2007)
Stefania Parei, MSc in Architecture, Technical University of Turin, Italy (2007)
Laura Vuillermoz, MSc in Architecture, Technical University of Turin, Italy (2007)
Claudia Yamu-Czerkauer, PhD in Urbanism, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria (2007)
Arthur van Bilsen, PhD in Urbanism, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Holland (2008)
Pietro Pini, MSc in Architecture, University of Florence, Italy (2009)
Aviva Peeters, PhD in Architecture, Ben-Gurion University, Sede-Boqer, Israel (2009)
Emanuele Strano, MSc in Urban Design, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom (2011)
Tomasz Estkowski, PhD in Architecture, Olso School of Architecture, Norway (2014)
Kinda Al Sayed, PhD in Architecture, Bartlett School, University of London, United Kingdom (2014)
Fouad Khan, PhD in Architecture, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary (2014)
Ngoc Nguyen Hong, PhD in the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona (2015)
Jon Arteta-Grisaleña, PhD in Architecture, University of Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain (2017)

B. Not yet finished.

Myriam Mahiques, PhD in Architecture, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bart Maiorana, PhD in Architecture, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Liran Tuchman, MSc in Architecture, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Daniela Ottmann, PhD in Architecture and Urban Planning, German University of Technology in Oman, Athaibah, Oman.
Tokunbo Laotan Brown, PhD at the Graduate School, Economics and Techniques for the Conservation of the Architectural and Environmental Heritage, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.
Laura Bustillos, Masters in Architecture, UTSA.
Madeleine Spencer, PhD at the Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, California.

Student dissertations based on my research

Hassan Al Qubesi, MSc Architecture, Jordanian University of Science and Technology, 2000
Uta Wolf, MSc Architecture, University of Westminster, 2002
Emmanuel Riglis, PhD Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 2003
Sanjeev Sinha, PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of Strathclyde, 2004
Remon M. Rooij, PhD Urbanism, Delft University of Technology, 2005

Awards, Honors, and Special Recognition

Regular Keynote speaker at National and International Conferences on Architecture and Urbanism

Member of the American Advisory Council, Building Beauty Program, Naples, Italy, 2017.
Ranked 26th among "The 100 most influential urbanists of all time", Planetizen 2017 poll.
Guest editor, special issue of the International Journal of Architectural Research on Complexity, Patterns and Biophilia, Volume 8, No. 2, July 2014.
Onassis Foundation Senior Visiting Scholar, University Seminars Program, New York City, February 2013
The 2012 Slater-Maguire Lecture, Saint Margaret's Church, Winnipeg, Canada.
International Consultant to CNU México -- Consorcio para el Nuevo Urbanismo, 2012.
Scientific Committee of the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC), Barcelona, Spain, 2012.
Commencement Address, Center for Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies, Queen's College, City University of New York, 2011
Chosen as one of ten worldwide "Experts on Traditional Architecture" by Fides et Forma, 2011.
Keynote speaker, The Athens Dialogues, The Onassis Foundation, on the inauguration of the Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, 2010.
Ranked 11th in Planetizen's poll The Top 100 Urban Thinkers, September 2009.
Finalist for the 2009 Arthur Ross Award awarded by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, New York City.
Distinguished Visitor, Ben-Gurion University, Israel, November 2008.
One of the 50 Visionaries who are changing your world selected by the UTNE Reader, 2008.
Keynote panelist, Forum for Urban Design, New York City, 13 May 2008.
Committee of Honor, International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU).
Elected to the International College of Traditional Practitioners, the Prince's Foundation, London, in 2004.
Board of Advisors, Institute for Studies in Sacred Architecture (ISSA)
Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Listed in Who's Who in Science and Engineering
Listed in Who's Who in Frontiers of Science and Technology
Listed in American Men and Women of Science

Professional Service

Editorial Board, Environment & Planning B.
Editorial Board, Cuadernos de Arquitectura y Nuevo Urbanismo (Tecnologico de Monterrey)
Editorial Board of Journal of Architectural and Planning Research.
Editorial Board of Journal of Architecture and Urbanism.
Editorial Board of Resource for Urban Design Information, Oxford Brookes University, England.
Associate Editor of Nexus Network Journal, 2001-2005.
Associate Editor of Online Planning Journal
Associate Editor of Physics Essays, 1995-2000
Member, Steering Committee of the International Symposium on Current Trends in Fusion Research, 1993-2000
Associate Editor of the Hadronic Journal, 1983-1985

Grant Reviewer for the US National Science Foundation, the Israel Science Foundation, and the Austrian Science Foundation (FWF)

Reviewer for numerous professional journals

 


Books published in various languages.

1. ANTI-ARCHITECTURE AND DECONSTRUCTION (Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, Germany, 2004; 209 pages), 4rd Edition (2014: 248 pages), Sustasis Press, Portland, Oregon.
Chinese version, China Architecture and Building Press, Beijing, 2010.
French version, Anti-Architecture et Deconstruction (Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, Germany, 2005; 212 pages). 2nd French edition eBook, Vajra Books, Kathmandu, Nepal (2017).
Italian version, Antiarchitettura e Demolizione (Libreria Editrice Fiorentina, Florence, Italy, 2007; 228 pages).
Persian version, Soroush Danesh Publications, Teheran, 2014.
Russian version, Armchair Scientist, Ekaterinburg, Russia, 2017.
Spanish version, Mairea Libros, Madrid y Diseño Editorial/Librería Técnica, Buenos Aires, 2014.

2. PRINCIPLES OF URBAN STRUCTURE (Techne Press, Amsterdam, Holland, 2005; 252 pages).
Chinese version, China Architecture and Building Press, Beijing, 2011.
Italian version is being published free online by the International Society of Biourbanism.

3. A THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE, Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, Germany (2006: 278 pages). 2nd Edition (2014: 300 pages), Sustasis Press, Portland, Oregon.
Chinese version, China Architecture and Building Press, Beijing, 2010.
Persian version, Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, Center for Architectural and Urban Studies and Research, Teheran, 2008.

4. NO ALLE ARCHISTAR: IL MANIFESTO CONTRO LE AVANGUARDIE, Libreria Editrice Fiorentina, Florence, 2009 (only in italian).

5. ALGORITHMIC SUSTAINABLE DESIGN: TWELVE LECTURES ON ARCHITECTURE, Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, 2010. New Edition (2014: 256 pages), Sustasis Press, Portland, Oregon.
Chinese version, China Architecture and Building Press, Beijing (2014).
Persian version, Payam Publishers, Teheran (2015).
Russian version, Armchair Scientist, Ekaterinburg, Russia (expected in 2018).

6. P2P URBANISM, online book available for free download, 2010. Includes as a chapter "Favelas and Social Housing: The Urbanism of Self-Organization" (with David Brain, Andrés M. Duany, Michael W. Mehaffy & Ernesto Philibert-Petit).
PORTUGUESE EDITION: "Habitação social na América Latina: uma metodologia para utilizar processos de auto-organização" is published online in three parts by URBE.
SPANISH EDITION: "Vivenda Social en Latino-América" is available online.

7. UNIFIED ARCHITECTURAL THEORY: FORM, LANGUAGE, COMPLEXITY, Sustasis Press, Portland, Oregon (2013: 300 pages).
ARABIC version, Twenty-Two Architectural Group (2017: 173 pages), published free online on Archnet by the Aga Khan Foundation.
CZECH version, Barrister & Principal Publishing, Brno, Czech Republic (2017: 404 pages).
GERMAN version, Arktos Books, Budapest (scheduled for 2018).
NEPALI version, Vajra Books, Kathmandu (2016: 365 pages).
PORTUGUESE version is being published free online by ArchDaily Brasil.
SPANISH version, Ediciones Asimétricas, Madrid (2018: 238 pages).
URDU version, Laajverd, Rawalpindi, Pakistan (2016: 65 pages), published free online on Archnet by the Aga Khan Foundation.

8. DESIGN FOR A LIVING PLANET (with Michael Mehaffy), Sustasis Press, Portland (2015: 236 pages).
ITALIAN version is being published free online by Il Covile.

9. "Biophilia and Healing Environments" (2015: 44 pages) OfftheCommonBooks, Amherst, Massachusetts. Also available free online from Terrapin Bright Green LLC, New York.

10. "Design Patterns and Living Architecture", Sustasis Press, Portland, Oregon (2017: 72 pages).

 

Publications in architecture, complexity, and urbanism.

55. "In Defence of Alexander", HALI: The International Magazine of Antique Carpet and Textile Art 78 (1995), 67-69.

56a. "The Laws of Architecture from a Physicist's Perspective", Physics Essays 8 (1995), 638-643.

56b. Spanish translation of 56a: "Las Leyes de la Arquitectura desde la Perspectiva de un Físico", El hombre y la Máquina, No 16, April 2001, pages 12-23. Republished in La Simetria, February 2002.

57. "Life and Complexity in Architecture From a Thermodynamic Analogy", Physics Essays 10 (1997), 165-173. Reprinted in Uta Wolf, Chasing Butterflies: The Patterns of Chaos Theory and the Built Environment, University of Westminster, 2002; pp. 63-74. Subject of Appendix 6 of Christopher Alexander's book The Phenomenon of Life: The Nature of Order, Volume 1, 2003.

58a. "Theory of the Urban Web", Journal of Urban Design 3 (1998) 53-71. Earlier version entitled "Mathematical Theory of the Urban Web", published by RUDI -- Resource for Urban Design Information, Oxford, England (July 1997), approximately 12 pages.

58b. Finnish translation: "Kaupunki Verkostona", Tampere University of Technology, Institute of Urban Planning publication No. 33 (2000).

58c. Spanish translation: "Teoría de la Red Urbana" published online by Arqchile.cl, 2008.

58d. Portuguese translation published on the Web.

58e. Greek translation published by Greekarchitects, 13 September 2009)

59. "A Scientific Basis for Creating Architectural Forms", Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 15 (1998), 283-293.

60. "Urban Space and its Information Field", Journal of Urban Design 4 (1999), 29-49.

61. "Architecture, Patterns, and Mathematics", Nexus Network Journal 1 (1999), 75-85.

62. (N. A. Salingaros and B. J. West) "A Universal Rule for the Distribution of Sizes", Environment and Planning B 26 (1999), 909-923.

63. "The Life of a Carpet: An Application of the Alexander Rules", Oriental Carpet and Textile Studies V, edited by M. Eiland, Jr. and R. Pinner (International Conference on Oriental Carpets, Danville, California, 1999), pages 189-196.

64. (T. M. Mikiten, N. A. Salingaros and H-S. Yu) "Pavements as Embodiments of Meaning for a Fractal Mind", Nexus Network Journal 2 (2000), 63-74.

65. (A. Klinger and N. A. Salingaros) "A Pattern Measure", Environment and Planning B 27 (2000), 537-547.

66. "The Structure of Pattern Languages", Architectural Research Quarterly 4 (2000), 149-161.

67a. "Hierarchical Cooperation in Architecture, and the Mathematical Necessity for Ornament", Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 17 (2000), 221-235.

67b. French translation: "La Nécéssité Mathématique de l'Ornement", Revue BénéFique (Lyon) 2 (2002), 151-174.

68a. "Complexity and Urban Coherence", Journal of Urban Design 5 (2000), 291-316.

68b. Italian translation: "Complessità e Coerenza Urbana", Strumenti per la Pianificazione e Progettazione Sostenibile (University of Rome) (2000).

69a. (Victor Padrón and Nikos Salingaros) "Ecology and the Fractal Mind in the New Architecture: A Conversation", RUDI -- Resource for Urban Design Information (2000), approximately 12 pages.

69b. Farsi translation, KHANEH Quarterly 4 & 5 (Winter & Spring 2003).

69c. "Fractals in the New Architecture", portions of 69a published as an article with figures, Archimagazine (2001), approximately 6 pages. Republished in Katarxis No. 3 (September 2004).

69d. Italian translation: "I Frattali Nella Nuova Architettura", Archimagazine (2001), approximately 6 pages.

* Interview (in French) with Archicool -- Paris (January 2001), approximately 4 pages.

70. (N. A. Salingaros and D. M. Tejada) "Modularity and the Number of Design Choices", Nexus Network Journal 3, No. 1 (2001), pages 99-106.

* Book Review of Anthony Vidler's "Warped Space. Art, Architecture, and Anxiety in Modern Culture", Journal of Urban Design 6 (2001), pages 332-334. Reprinted as Part 5 of "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction", Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, 2004.

71a. "Remarks on a City's Composition", earlier version published by RUDI -- Resource for Urban Design Information (2001), approximately 14 pages. Extended version published by Journal of Design Research 4, Issue 1 (March 2004).

71b. Finnish translation of the first half of 71a: "Kaupunki ei todellakaan ole puu", Yhteiskuntasuunnittelu -- The Finnish Journal of Urban Studies 39 (2001), pages 68-76.

72a. (J. H. Kunstler and N. A. Salingaros ) "The End of Tall Buildings", PLANetizen (September 2001), approximately 5 pages.

72b. Republished in: Bruce Ballenger, The Curious Writer (Pearson-Longman, New York, 2005), pages 249-254.

72c. Reprinted in: Planetizen's Contemporary Debates in Urban Planning, edited by Abhijeet Chavan, Christian Peralta & Christopher Steins (Island Press, Washington DC, 2007), pages 117-122.

72d. French translation: "La fin des bâtiments-tours", Archicool (October 2001), approximately 5 pages.

73a. Nikos Salingaros interviews Léon Krier: "The Future Of Cities: The Absurdity of Modernism", PLANetizen (November 2001), approximately 10 pages. Reprinted in Urban Land Magazine 61 (January 2002), 12-15.

73b. Italian translation, Archimagazine (2002), approximately 10 pages. Reprinted in Il Covile (2002). Reprinted as a Chapter of the book NO ALLE ARCHISTAR: IL MANIFESTO CONTRO LE AVANGUARDIE, in Italian, Libreria Editrice Fiorentina, 2009.

73c. Swedish translation, Tvarsnitt Nr. 4 (2003).

73d. Spanish translation, Ambiente No. 92 (Marzo de 2004).

74a. (N. A. Salingaros and T. M. Mikiten) "Darwinian Processes and Memes in Architecture: A Memetic Theory of Modernism", Journal of Memetics -- Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission 6 (2001), approximately 18 pages.

74b. Reprinted in DATUTOP Journal of Architectural Theory 23 (2002), pages 117-139.

75a. (Michael W. Mehaffy and Nikos A. Salingaros) "Geometrical Fundamentalism", Plan Net Online Architectural Resources (January 2002), approximately 15 pages.

75b. Italian translation: "Il Fondamentalismo Geometrico", Professione Architetto (2002), approximately 15 pages. Improved translation published in Il Covile, No. 108 (2002). Reprinted in L'Inventario della Fierucola (Firenze) Nos. 24-25-26 (Agosto 2003), pages 24-38. Chapter in the book NO ALLE ARCHISTAR: IL MANIFESTO CONTRO LE AVANGUARDIE, in Italian, Libreria Editrice Fiorentina, 2009.

76a. (Michael W. Mehaffy and Nikos A. Salingaros) "The End of the Modern World", PLANetizen (January 2002), approximately 3 pages.

76b. Republished by Open Democracy (March 2002).

76c. Republished by Orthodoxy Today (November 2007).

77. "A Missed Learning Opportunity", PLANetizen (September 2002), approximately 3 pages.

78a. "Twentieth-Century Architecture as a Cult", INTBAU Essays, Essay No. 3 (November 2002), approximately 6 pages.

78b. German translation, UMBAU-VERLAG (April 2004), approx. 5 pages.

79a. "Anti-architecture and Religion", Sacred Architecture Journal, Issue 7 (2002), 11-13.

79b. Portuguese translation: "Anti-arquitectura e Religião", Brotéria (Lisbon), 155 (November 2002), 381-388.

80a. (Nikos A. Salingaros and Michael W. Mehaffy) "Deconstructing The Decons: The World Trade Center Project Spotlights The Empire's Newest Clothes", PLANetizen (January 2003), approximately 3 pages.

80b. Republished in Café l'Urbanité -- Architecture (January 2003), and by Southeastern University (Nanjing, China) (2004).

80c. Shortened version published in The American Enterprise 13, No. 2 (March 2003), 13.

80d. Spanish translation: "El Nuevo Traje del Emperador", Ambiente No. 90 (March 2003).

81. "Two Languages for Architecture", Plan Net Online Architectural Resources (February 2003), approximately 8 pages.

82a. (Brian Hanson and Nikos Salingaros) "Death, Life, and Libeskind", Architectural Record Online -- In the Cause of Architecture (February 2003), approximately 10 pages. Shorter version published as "Daniel Libeskind's Architecture of Death", 2Blowhards (January 2003), approximately 4 pages.

82b. Farsi version, KHANEH Quarterly 6&7 (Summer & Autumn 2004).

82c. French and Italian translations published in my books.

83. (Michael Mehaffy and Nikos Salingaros) "Adaptive evolution, not modernism, produces architecture 'of our time'", The Post and Courier (Charleston) 6 April 2003, page 13A.

84a. "The Danger of Deconstructivism", 2Blowhards (April 2003), approximately 8 pages (with an introduction by Michael Blowhard). Reprinted in "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction", Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, 2004.

84b. Italian version: "Il Pericolo del Decostruttivismo", Il Covile No. 123 (February 2003), approx. 3 pages.

85. "Connecting the Fractal City", Keynote address, Fifth Biennial of Town Planners in Europe (Barcelona) (April 2003), approximately 17 pages. Section 7 entitled "'Small-World' Networks and the Fractal City" published by PLANetizen (October 2003), approximately 7 pages. Full paper published by PLANUM -- The European Journal of Planning On-line (March 2004), approximately 17 pages.

* Interview with ORF Vienna -- Austrian National Broadcasting Corporation: "Connecting the Fractal City", May 2003. Interview was taped and broadcast in English -- German summary is posted on the web.

86a. "Pattern Language and Interactive Design", Poiesis Architecture (Toulouse) No. 15 (2003), pages 385-405. Earlier version entitled "How the Pattern Language Defines a Geometry for Urban Interfaces", published in Proceedings of the International Seminar: "Design With the Community", University of Rome III (2000), pages 15-21.

86b. French version, Poiesis Architecture (Toulouse) No. 15 (2003), pages 385-405.

* Interview with 2Blowhards.com (New York City): "A Week With Nikos Salingaros", May 2003. Text-only version (without photos and the numerous reader's comments) is available as a 20-page document. A Farsi version is available on Bahram Yousefi's online architectural magazine (Tehran).

87. "The Sensory Value of Ornament", Communication & Cognition 36, Nos. 3-4 (2003), pages 331-351.

88a. (L. Andrew Coward and Nikos Salingaros) "The Information Architecture of Cities", Journal of Information Science 30, No. 2 (2004), pages 107-118. Republished by Internet Changes Everything (January 2004).

88b. Catalan version, published in MCRIT -- Sistemes de suport a la planificacio (Barcelona) (December 2003), approx. 15 pages.

89. "The Derrida Virus", TELOS Number 126 (2003), pages 66-82.

* "Salingaros on Kahn", 2Blowhards.com (December 2003), approximately 4 pages.

90a. "New Paradigm Architecture", Chaos and Complexity Letters Vol. 1, No. 2 (2004), pages 101-106.

90b. Reprinted in: Nicoletta Sala, Editor, Chaos and Complexity in the Arts and Architecture (Nova Science Publishers, New York, 2007), pages 129-133.

90c. "Charles Jencks and the New Paradigm in Architecture", longer version of 90a, appears as Part 2 of "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction", Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, 2004.

90d. Spanish version, Ambiente (Buenos Aires), Number 97 (2006). Reprinted by Arqa.com (2006), and also by Arqchile (2006).

90d. Farsi version, KHANEH Quarterly (2005).

91a. "The New Acropolis Museum", 2Blowhards.com (29 February 2004), approximately 5 pages. Republished in Temi di Stefano Borselli No. 196 (4 March 2004). Republished in I Fileleftheri (5 March 2004). Republished in Archimagazine (16 April 2004). Reprinted as Part 10 of "Anti-architecture and Deconstruction", Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, 2004.

91b. Spanish version, FORMA (4 March 2004).

91c. Italian version, Archimagazine (16 April 2004).

92. Book Review of "The Nature of Order", and an interview with Christopher Alexander (in English & French), VOGUE HOMMES INTERNATIONAL 15 (Printemps-été 2004), pages 116-119. English version reprinted as Part 12 of "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction", Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, 2004.

93. "Architectural Theory and the Work of Bernard Tschumi", published in 9 sections by 2Blowhards (April-May 2004). Reprinted as Part 11 of "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction", Umbau-Verlag, Solingen, 2004.

94. "Towards a Biological Understanding of Architecture and Urbanism: Lessons from Steven Pinker", book review of Steven Pinker's "The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature", Katarxis N° 3 (September 2004), approximately 3 pages.

95. "Design methods, Emergence, and Collective Intelligence", Katarxis N° 3 (September 2004), approximately 18 pages. Reprinted as Chapter 10 of Principles of Urban Structure, Techne Press, Amsterdam, Holland, 2005.

96. "Les gratte-ciel ont un effet destructeur sur la cité", SCIENCES ET AVENIR No. 691 (September 2004), page 63 (in french).

97. "Towards a New Urban Philosophy: The Case of Athens", Chapter 20 of: Shifting Sense -- Looking Back to the Future in Spatial Planning, edited by Edward Hulsbergen, Ina Klaasen & Iwan Kriens, Techne Press, Amsterdam, 2005, pages 265-280. Earlier version published in two parts as "City of Chaos" in Greekworks.com (May & June 2004).

98a. "Compact City Replaces Sprawl", in: Crossover: Architecture, Urbanism, Technology, Edited by Arie Graafland & Leslie Kavanaugh (010 Publishers, Rotterdam, Holland, 2006), pages 100-115.

98b. Spanish version: "La Ciudad Compacta Sustituye a la Dispersión", Chapter in: Francesco Indovina, Editor, La Ciudad de Baja Densidad, Diputació de Barcelona, Colección Estudios, Serie Territorio No. 1, Barcelona, 2007, páginas 481-498.

99. "Architectural memes in a Universe of Information", (both English and French versions) Mondes Francophones, January 2006.

100. "Imago et Civitas Diaboli", (in Italian) Il Covile No. 300, Speciale Architettura Religiosa (January 2006), approximately 3 pages. English version published in "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction" 3rd Edition.

101. "La Scacchiera degli Stili Architettonici", (in Italian) Il Covile, No. 320 (2006), approximately 15 pages. English version published in "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction" 3rd Edition.

102. "Ara Pacis Augustae: evidenza d'un fenomeno architettonico in sviluppo", (in Italian), Il Covile, No. 329 (2006), approximately 8 pages. Reprinted in Il Domenicale, 20 May 2008. English version published in "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction" 3rd Edition.

103. (Nikos A. Salingaros and Kenneth G. Masden II) "Architecture: Biological Form and Artificial Intelligence", The Structurist, No. 45/46 (2006), pages 54-61.

104. (Nikos A. Salingaros and Kenneth G. Masden II) Review of Christopher Alexander’s book: “The Luminous Ground: The Nature of Order, Book 4”, The Structurist, No. 45/46 (2006), pages 39-42.

* Review of Alessandro Aurigi’s book: “Making the Digital City”, Journal of Urban Design, Volume 11, Issue 3 (2006), pages 374-376.

105. (Nikos A. Salingaros and Kenneth G. Masden II) "Restructuring 21st Century Architecture Through Human Intelligence", Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, Vol 1, Issue 1 (March 2007), pages 36-52. Reprinted online by Greekarchitects.net (19 February 2008).

106. (Nikos A. Salingaros and Kenneth G. Masden II) "Neuroscience, the Natural Environment, and Building Design", Chapter 5 in: Stephen R. Kellert, Judith Heerwagen, and Martin Mador, Editors, Biophilic Design: The Theory, Science, and Practice of Bringing Buildings to Life (Yale University Press, New Haven (2008), pages 59-83.

107a. "Architectural Cannibalism in Athens", Orthodoxy Today (20 November 2007). Republished with minor revisions online by Greekarchitects.net (28 November 2007). Republished in "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction" 3rd Edition.

107b. Hungarian version of "Architectural Cannibalism in Athens" published online by Építészfórum, 2 March 2009.

108. "Urbanism for Life: Let Children Help Design our Cities", Raise the Hammer (27 November 2007).

109a. (Nikos A. Salingaros and Kenneth G. Masden II) "Intelligence-Based Design: A Sustainable Foundation For Worldwide Architectural Education", Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, Vol 2, Issue 1 (March 2008), pages 129-188.

109b. "Contro l'ecofobia, per un habitat umano", Italian version of two sections from "Intelligence-Based Design: A Sustainable Foundation For Worldwide Architectural Education", Il Domenicale, No. 14 (5 April 2008), pages 6-7.

109c. Different section of "Intelligence-Based Design: A Sustainable Foundation For Worldwide Architectural Education" entitled "Politics, Philosophy, Critical Theory, and Human Perception" republished online in World Architecture Community, February 2009; reprinted online in in Archiwatch, February 2009.

110a. "Architettura Sacra Contemporanea: Religione o Nichilismo?" (in Italian), Il Covile, No. 427 (January 2008).

110b. Republished under the new title "C'era una volta il bello: Il culto del nichilismo nell'architettura contemporanea", Il Domenicale, No. 12 (22 March 2008), pages 1, 6 & 7.

111a. (Lucien Steil, Nikos A. Salingaros, and Michael W. Mehaffy) "Growing Sustainable Suburbs: An Incremental Strategy for Reconstructing Sprawl", Chapter in: Tigran Haas, Editor, New Urbanism & Beyond: Designing Cities for the Future, Rizzoli, New York, 2008.

111b. Excerpt from full paper (104a) was posted earlier online by Raise the Hammer (April 2006), and reprinted by Portland Peak Oil (July 2006).

112a. (Nikos A. Salingaros, David Brain, Andrés M. Duany, Michael W. Mehaffy, and Ernesto Philibert-Petit) "Social Housing in Latin America", Proceedings of the Brazilian and Ibero-American Congress on Social Housing, Edited by Carolina Palermo-Szucs (Press of the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil, 2006), pages 28-67.

112b. "Favelas e social housing: un codice generativo per l'edilizia sociale" italian version of a portion of "Social Housing in Latin America" published in Bioarchitettura, No. 56, maggio 2009, pagine 52-59.

113. "Religione e natura: le fonti architettoniche della bellezza", Italian essay translated from the Third English Edition of ANTI-ARCHITECTURE AND DECONSTRUCTION, published in ATRIUM -- Studi metafisici ed umanistici, "Il Sacro, l'Arte, la Memoria: la misura dell'Arte", Anno X, Numero 2 (2008), pagine 42-49.

114a. "Design review: Arata Isozaki's Proposed Metal Frame, Piazza dei Castellani (Uffizi Galleries) in Florence, Italy", Archinect, 23 August 2008.

114b. Italian version: "Recensione del progetto: proposta di Arata Isozaki per un telaio metallico, Piazza dei Castellani (Gallerie degli Uffizzi), Firenze", printed as a booklet by the Circolo dei Liberi -- Fondazione Magna Carta, republished by Artonweb, 20 September 2008, and then included as a Chapter in the book "No alle archistar: il manifesto contro le avanguardie", Libreria Editrice Fiorentina, 2009.

115. "Oakland versus Houston: two cathedrals, two styles", bilingual english/italian, Chiesa Oggi, No. 87 (2009).

116a. (Nikos Salingaros and Pietro Pagliardini) "Geometria e vita dello spazio urbano", in italian. Chapter 15 in the book NO ALLE ARCHISTAR: IL MANIFESTO CONTRO LE AVANGUARDIE, Libreria Editrice Fiorentina, Florence, 2009, pages 255-292.

116b. Spanish version: "Geometria y vida del espacio urbano", Quadernos de Arquitectura y Nuevo Urbanismo, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Numero 6/7, Marzo 2010, paginas 7-20.

117. (Nikos Salingaros, Paolo Masciocchi, Pietro Pagliardini, and Pietro Pini) "Biofilìa: Nuova frontiera e antica tecnica a servizio dell'architettura" (in italian), Bioarchitettura, No. 57-58, agosto 2009, pagine 28-31.

118. (Pietro Pagliardini, Sergio Porta, and Nikos Salingaros) "Geospatial Analysis and Living Urban Geometry", Chapter 17 in: Bin Jiang and Xiaobai Angela Yao, Editors, Geospatial Analysis and Modeling of Urban Structure and Dynamics, Springer, New York, 2010, pages 331-353.

119. (Michael Mehaffy, Sergio Porta, Yodan Rofè, and Nikos Salingaros) "Urban Nuclei and the Geometry of Streets: the Emergent Neighborhoods Model", Urban Design International, Volume 15, No 1 (2010), pages 22-46.

120. "Peer-to-Peer Themes and Urban Priorities for the Self-organizing Society", P2PFoundation, 26 April 2010, republished on the P2PFoundation Blog, 29 April 2010.

* "No cheap copies in a city with history", in greek, Kathimerini, 29 May 2010.

* "The Concept of Sustainability in Urban Design", interview with Amin Rastandeh, Insight, May 2010.

* "Tear Down the Corviale! New Urbanism Comes to Rome", Planetizen, 24 May 2010.

* "Italy will pay for the errors of xenophilic politicians who recruit only starchitects", interview in italian, House Living and Business, 7 August 2010.

121. (Nikos Salingaros & Kenneth G. Masden) "Teaching Design at the Limits of Architecture", IJAR -- International Journal of Architectural Research, Volume 4, Issue 2&3 (2010) pages 19-31.

122. "The World I See", Chapter in Kurt Butz, The World I Dream Of, O-Books, Winchester, UK, 2010, pages 158-161.

* (Nikos Salingaros and other members of the Peer-to-Peer Urbanism Task Force) "P2P Urbanism: a definition", published in AboutUs Wiki, in the P2P Foundation, in DorfWiki, and in Peer to Peer Urbanism, September 2010.

* (Nikos Salingaros & Federico Mena-Quintero) "A Brief History of P2P-Urbanism", published by the P2P Foundation, in Peer to Peer Urbanism, and in DorfWiki, October 2010, republished on the P2PFoundation Blog, October 2010.

123. (Roger Sessions & Nikos Salingaros) "Urban and Enterprise Architectures: A Cross-Disciplinary Look at Complexity", ObjectWatch, October 2010.

* "Manifesto for an architecture on the human scale", available in CZECH, ENGLISH, ITALIAN, PORTUGUESE, SPANISH.

124a. "Life and the Geometry of the Environment", Athens Dialogues E-Journal, Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies, November 2010; reprinted by The Permaculture Research Institute, October 2010.

124b. "Beauty, Life, and the Geometry of the Environment", Chapter 2 of: Reclaiming Beauty, Volume I, Agnes Horvath & James B. Cuffe, Editors, Ficino Press, Cork, Ireland, 2012: pages 63-103. Edited version of 124a.

125. (Nikos Salingaros & Pietro Pagliardini), "Geometria y vida del espacio urbano", Cuadernos de Arquitectura y Nuevo Urbanismo, Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Querétaro, Número 6/7, año 4, Marzo 2010, páginas 7-20.

* (Nikos A. Salingaros, David Brain, Andrés M. Duany, Michael W. Mehaffy, Ernesto Philibert-Petit) "Habitação socialmente organizada, uma nova abordagem à estrutura urbana I: design capaz de estabelecer posse emocional", URBE: Revista Brasileira de Gestão Urbana, Vol. 2 No. 2, July/December, 2010, pages 191-211. Portuguese translation of "Socially-organized Housing".

* (Nikos A. Salingaros, David Brain, Andrés M. Duany, Michael W. Mehaffy, Ernesto Philibert-Petit) "Habitação socialmente organizada, uma nova abordagem à estrutura urbana II: sugestões práticas para que os projetos funcionem", URBE -- Revista Brasileira de Gestão Urbana (Brazilian Journal of Urban Management), volume 3, no. 1, pages 125-136, January/June 2011. Portuguese version of "Socially-Organized Housing".

* (Nikos A. Salingaros, David Brain, Andrés M. Duany, Michael W. Mehaffy, Ernesto Philibert-Petit) "Habitação socialmente organizada, uma nova abordagem à estrutura urbana III: alguns problemas que enfrentamos" , URBE: Revista Brasileira de Gestão Urbana, Vol. 3 No. 2 (July/December 2011), pages 293-308. Portuguese version of "Socially-Organized Housing".

126. "Cognitive Dissonance and Non-adaptive Architecture", P2P Foundation, 2 February 2011; reprinted by the Permaculture Research Institute, 9 February 2011; reprinted by INTBAU Essays, 17 March 2011.

(2012)

127. "Urbanism as Computation", Chapter in: J. Portugali, H. Meyer, E. Stolk & E. Tan, Eds., Complexity Theories of Cities Have Come of Age: An overview with implications to urban planning and design, Springer, Berlin, 2012, pages 247-270.

128. "Why Monotonous Repetition is Unsatisfying", Meandering Through Mathematics, 2 September 2011, reprinted in the Cornell University Library Arxiv, in Design Stories Social Network, 19 September 2011, and in Permaculture Research Institute, 4 January 2012.

129. (Michael Mehaffy & Nikos Salingaros)"Architectural Myopia: Designing for Industry, Not People", Shareable, 5 October 2011; reprinted by Energy Bulletin, 9 October 2011; reprinted by On the Commons, 15 October 2011.

130a. "James Kalb interviews Nikos Salingaros", The Philadelphia Society, 20 August 2011.

130b. (Nikos A. Salingaros & James Kalb) "Against the Architects of Empire", Public Discourse, 22 November 2011. Edited version of 130a.

* "Critical Theory", and "Against Ecophobia", two sections of a 2008 article written with Kenneth Masden, republished by the Philadelphia Society, 11 December 2011.

131. (Michael Mehaffy & Nikos A. Salingaros) THE METROPOLIS ESSAYS, Series on Christopher Alexander, MetropolisMag.com:
1. The Radical Technology of Christopher Alexander (6 September 2011).
2. The Sustainable Technology of Christopher Alexander (19 September 2011), reprinted in Urban Vista, 30 October 2011.
3. The Pattern Technology of Christopher Alexander (7 October 2011), reprinted in Urban Vista, 18 October 2011.
4. The Living Technology of Christopher Alexander (17 October 2011), reprinted in Urban Vista, 2 November 2011.
5. The "Wholeness-Generating" Technology of Christopher Alexander (24 October 2011), reprinted in Urban Vista, 17 November 2011.

* "Imperialismo globale e antiarchitettura", intervista di Serena Baldini, Biourbanistica, 23 dicembre 2011, ripubblicato in Arianna Editrice, 27 dicembre 2011, TEMIS, 27 dicembre 2011, Megachip, 28 dicembre 2011, Informare per Resistere, 28 dicembre 2011, Informazione Consapevole, 28 dicembre 2011.

132. (Michael Mehaffy & Nikos A. Salingaros) THE METROPOLIS ESSAYS, SECOND SERIES, MetropolisMag.com:
6. Frontiers of Design Science: Self-Organization (1 November 2011).
7. Frontiers of Design Science: Evidence-Based Design (14 November 2011).
8. Frontiers of Design Science: Biophilia (29 November 2011).
9. Frontiers of Design Science: The Network City (19 December 2011), reprinted in Urban Vista, 19 December 2011.
10. Frontiers of Design Science: Computational Irreducibility (12 January 2012), reprinted in Pichaus, 12 January 2012.

(2012)

* "Architetti distruggono la geometria urbana" (con Pietro Pagliardini e Sergio Porta), e "L'urbanistica applicata male: il caso Atene", two chapters in: Davide Borsa, Editor, Memoria e identità del luogo, Maggioli Editore, Milano, 2012; pagine 383-387 e 517-522. Italian translations of articles previously published in English.

133a. (Nikos A. Salingaros & Federico Mena-Quintero) "Peer-to-Peer-Stadtplanung: Aus Erfahrung lernen. Neuere Entwicklungen in der Stadtplanung", Chapter in: Silke Helfrich & Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Commons: Für eine neue Politik jenseits von Markt und Staat, Transcript Verlag, Bielefeld, Germany, 2012; pages 508-514 (in GERMAN).

133b. (Nikos A. Salingaros & Federico Mena-Quintero) "P2P-Urbanism: Backed by Evidence", in David Bollier & Silke Helfrich, The Wealth of the Commons, Levellers Press, Amherst, Massachussets, 2012; pages 428-433. English version of 133a.

* "Beauty, Life, and the Geometry of the Environment", Chapter 2 of: Reclaiming Beauty, Volume I, Agnes Horvath & James B. Cuffe, Editors, Ficino Press, Cork, Ireland, 2012: pages 63-103. Edited version of an essay first published in The Athens Dialogues, November 2010.

134. "Applications of the Golden Mean to Architecture", Meandering Through Mathematics, 21 February 2012.

* Interview with Manner of Man Magazine, 1 March 2012.

* Interview (in French) on the project of the commercial center at Verviers, Belgique, Anguis in Herba, 10 June 2012.

135. (Michael Mehaffy & Nikos A. Salingaros) THE METROPOLIS ESSAYS, THIRD SERIES, MetropolisMag.com:
11. Science for Designers: Intelligence and the Information Environment (25 February 2012).
12. Science for Designers: The Meaning of Complexity (30 March 2012). Reprinted in LivabilityLaw, and by Pichaus, 30 March 2012.
13. Science for Designers: The Transformation of Wholes (13 April 2012). Reprinted in LivabilityLaw, 13 April 2012.
14. Science for Designers: Scaling and Fractals (28 May 2012).
15. Science for Designers: Complex Adaptive Systems (6 August 2012).

136. (Mark Anthony Signorelli & Nikos Salingaros) "The Tyranny of Artistic Modernism", New English Review, 1 August 2012.

137. "Kolmogorov-Chaitin Complexity", Meandering Through Mathematics, 23 September 2012.

* Series of articles on religious architecture in Crisis Magazine.
1. "Why Contemporary Architecture is Against God and Man", (co-authored with James Kalb), 13 August 2012. Reprinted in Kitchener Waterloo Traditional Catholic (16 August 2012).
2. "A Tale of Two Cathedrals", 29 August 2012. Republication of an article that appeared in Chiesa Oggi, No. 87 (2009).
3. "Making Wholeness Heals the Maker: Why Human Flourishing Requires the Creative Act", 17 September 2012.
4. "Fashion and Design Ideology in Sacred Architecture: A Review of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels", 23 October 2012. Reprinted in Free Republic (24 October 2012).

(2013)

138. "Fractal Art and Architecture Reduce Physiological Stress", JBU -- Journal of Biourbanism, No. 3, March 2013. Included as Chapter 26 of the book "Unified Architectural Theory", Sustasis Foundation, 2013.

139. (Ramray Bhat & Nikos Salingaros) "Reductionism Undermines Both Science and Culture", New English Review, 1 March 2013.

140. (Michael Mehaffy & Nikos A. Salingaros) THE METROPOLIS ESSAYS, FOURTH SERIES, MetropolisMag.com:
1. Toward Resilient Architectures 1: Biology Lessons, 22 March 2013.
2. Toward Resilient Architectures 2: Why Green Often Isn't, 4 April 2013. SPANISH version: Por qué la Arquitectura Verde pocas veces merece su nombre, en Plataforma Arquitectura, 8 de Julio 2013.
3. Toward Resilient Architectures 3: How Modernism Got Square, 19 April 2013.
4. The Geometry of Resilience, Metropolis, 21 August 2013.
5. Agile Design, Metropolis, 20 December 2013.

* Interview by Jessen Soopramanien on "New Sources of Energy", Capital, Issue 117, pages 8-9, 20 February 2013; reprinted online.

* Interview on the Energy Future of Mauritius Island, Defimedia, 8 March 2013; reprinted several times. Translated into Norwegian.

* Interview by Vanessa Quirk on the future of architecture, ArchDaily, 8 July 2013; reprinted several times.
Translated into Spanish and published in Plataforma Arquitectura.

* "From Industrial to Artisan", ArchDaily, 17 July 2013; reprinted several times. Translated into Portuguese, published in ArchDaily Brasil.

* Interview in French by Jean-Claude Antoine, Le Mauricien, 28 July 2013.

141. A Vision for Architecture as More Than the Sum of Its Parts (with Michael Mehaffy), On the Commons, 11 November 2013, republished in Resilience, 13 November, in International Society of Biourbanism, 14 November, in Permaculture Research Institute, 22 November, Appendix in P2P Foundation, 14 November.

142. The Architect Has No Clothes (with Michael Mehaffy), Permaculture Research Institute, 13 November 2013. Republication of a 2011 article titled Architectural Myopia, Shareable, 5 October 2011; reprinted in Resilience, 9 October 2011; and in Permaculture Research Institute, 20 October 2011. Reprinted under the new title The Architect Has No Clothes by On the Commons, 15 October 2011; in Guernica, 19 October 2011; and in the Permaculture Research Institute, 13 November 2013.

143. Revisiting and rethinking contemporary urban design, interview in Journal of Architecture and Urbanism, Vol. 37, No. 3 (2013) pages 161-164.
LITHUANIAN version in Kulturos Barai, No. 5, 2013, pages 6-9.

* POLISH version of Architectural memes in a universe of information, Teoria Architektury, 26 June 2013.

* Intellectual [dis]Honesty in Architecture (with Kenneth Masden), New English Review, 1 September 2013. Revised extract from a 2008 article in IJAR.

* The Tyranny of Artistic Modernism (with Mark Anthony Signorelli), P2P Foundation, 8 December 2013. Republication of a 2012 article.

(2014)

144. Complexity in Architecture and Design, Oz Journal, Volume 36, May 2014, pages 18-25.

145. A Future Without Starchitects, Chapter 4.3 in Jonathan Manns, Ed. Kaleidoscope City: Reflections on Planning and London, RTPI Press, London, 2014, pages 123-131.

* The biological basis of resilient cities (with Michael Mehaffy), Ecologist, 25 January 2014. Revised version of "Toward Resilient Architectures 1: Biology Lessons", originally published in 2013.

* Intellectual [Dis]honesty in Architecture (with Kenneth Masden), Journal of Architecture and Urbanism, Volume 38, Issue 3 (2014) pages 187-191. Revised version of a paper that originally appeared online.

* Cognitive Dissonance and Non-adaptive Architecture -- and in TURKISH, Doxa Issue 11, Norgunk Publishing House, Istanbul, January 2014, pages 100-117. Publication of a 2011 online article in P2P Foundation, and also in the Permaculture Research Institute.

* Modernism is more than just a style, BuildoTech Magazine India, 23 January 2014. Republication of Why Green Often Isn't from 2013.

146. L'evoluzione del ruolo della critica in architettura/The changing role of critique in architecture, bilingual ITALIAN/ENGLISH chapter in La Critica Oggi, Edited by F. Purini, F. Moschini e C. De Albertis, Gangemi Editore, Roma, 2014; pages 233-238.

* GREEK version of "The biological basis of resilient cities", Neos Ermis o Logios, Volume 9, Spring 2014, pages 61-68.

147. The Networked City and Peer-to-Peer Urbanism, Iaac bits, Implementing Advanced Knowledge, No. 3.5.2, Barcelona, 2014.

(2015)

148. The "Law of Requisite Variety" and the Built Environment, Journal of Biourbanism, Volume 4, Nos. 1 (2015), pages 47-52.

149. Design Patterns and Living Architecture, a ten-part essay series in Metropolis. Later collected, together with other material, into a 72-page booklet published by Sustasis Press, Portland, Oregon, 2017.

1. The 21st Century Needs Its Own Paradigm Shift in Architecture, 2 November 2015.
2. Living structures should come from living patterns, 6 November 2015.
3. How do we Create Healing Spaces?, 25 November 2015.
4. Why Do Some People Choose Oppressive Environments?, 15 December 2015.
5. Living Patterns and the Principle of Concavity, 18 December 2015.
6. Living Patterns As Tools Of Adaptive Design, 2 March 2016.
7. Architecture For People, Not Machines, 17 March 2016.
8. Abandoning Hostile Design for a Living Architecture, 24 March 2016.
9. What Ancient Chinese Philosopher Mo-Tzu Can Teach Designers Today, 20 June 2016.
10. On Cognitive Dissonance and The Architectural Canon, 20 July 2016.

* Architecture: Biological Form and Artificial Intelligence (co-authored with Kenneth G. Masden II), updated version of older article with new sections added, Part 1 in A+U, No. 540, September 2015, pages 130-135. Part 2 in A+U, No. 541, October 2015, pages 152-155. Part 3 in A+U, No. 542, November 2015, pages 209-212. Part 4 in A+U, No. 543, December 2015, pages 124-129.

150. Biophilia and Healing Environments, 44-page pdf published free online by Terrapin Bright Green LLC, New York. Also available as a paper booklet from Off The Common Books, Amherst, Massachusetts. Originally published online as a 10-part series in Metropolis.

1. Why we should be living in "living" houses, 6 August 2015.
2. What do light, color, gravity, and fractals have to do with our well-being? 10 August 2015.
3. What kind of design triggers healing? 13 August 2015.
4. Modern architecture tells an incomplete story, 21 August 2015.
5.What do historic buildings say about our connection to the natural world? 28 August 2015.
6. The growing demand for spaces that consider our health, 1 September 2015.
7. Why do we create ornament to mimic nature? 8 September 2015.
8. Modernist minimalism and our relationship with our buildings, 14 September 2015.
9. The importance of listening to lessons from nature, 17 September 2015.
10. Why we hug the edge of open spaces, 29 September 2015.

* Ten New Findings From the Sciences that Will Revolutionize Architecture (with Michael Mehaffy), extracts from our new book Design for a Living Planet, ArchDaily, 24 January 2015.
CHINESE version of Ten New Findings From the Sciences that Will Revolutionize Architecture (with Michael Mehaffy), iArch, 26 February, 2015.

151. Adaptive vs. Random Complexity. Part 1: Misconceptions about designing complexity, 12 May, Part 2: Nourishing environments are complex yet highly organized, but cannot be minimalistic, 15 September, ArchNewsNow and Buildotech Magazine, 2015.

(2016)

152. Architecture in the making: intelligence-based design (with Kenneth Masden), Chapter 2 of In Pursuit of a Living Architecture: Continuing Christopher Alexander's Quest for a Humane and Sustainable Building Culture, edited by Kyriakos Pontikis & Yodan Rofè, Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, Illinois (2016) pages 30-49.

* Borders in Architecture and Urban Design: Science Explains How Life is Influenced by Physical Boundaries, lecture notes from the seminar Architecture and Cities in Transition, Tampere Design and Architecture Week, Tampere, Finland, 2 September 2016.

153. Geometry and life of urban space (with Pietro Pagliardini), Chapter in: Back to the Sense of the City, 11th Virtual City & Territory International Monograph Book, Centre of Land Policy and Valuations (Centre de Política de Sòl i Valoracions), Barcelona, Spain (2016) pages 13-31. Republished by Architexturez, 2016.

* Shortened version of Biophilia and Healing Environments, Buildotech, 13 February 2016.

* ITALIAN version of "The 'Law of Requisite Variety' and the Built Environment", La Legge della Varietà Necessaria e l'ambiente costruito, La Direzione, 2016.

* My contribution to "50 Architects Tell Us What They Are Looking Forward to in 2016", ArchDaily, 18 January 2016.
ESPAÑOL, Plataforma Arquitectura, 3 de Febrero de 2016, republicado en Archiimpact, 10 de Febrero de 2016.

* Death, Life, and Libeskind (with Brian Hanson), Architectural Record, 18 January 2016; republication of a 2003 essay that became Chapter 5 of my book Anti-architecture and Deconstruction.

* Micro-interview with Archiimpact, 17 February 2016.

* PORTUGUESE version of Toward Resilient Architectures 1: Biology Lessons, ArchDaily Brasil, 9 January 2016.

* Moda e Ideologia do Design na Arquitectura Sagrada: Uma crítica sobre a Catedral de Nossa Senhora dos Anjos, ARQNOVANTIGA, 21 de Fevereiro de 2016.

* Dos Lenguajes Para La Arquitectura:
1. Lenguaje de los Patrones vs. Lenguaje de las Formas, La Lamentable, 24 de Febrero.
2. El método de diseño adaptativo, 21 de Marzo.
3. ¿Por qué un primitivo lenguaje de las formas se propaga?, 24 de Abril.

154. Architecture without life, SPANISH/ENGLISH bilingual chapter in Archienemy: Opinion and Architecture, No. 01, Año 01 (2016) pages 25-29.

* Mon travail est décrit dans l'article Mathématiques et architecture, Tangente, Paris, No. 60 (Juillet 2016) page 24.

* Future generations will live in these prisons, RUSSIAN interview with Maria Elkina, translated for the 2nd Spatial Development Forum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 24 September 2016.

155. URDU version of the book Unified Architectural Theory, includes selected chapters from the complete book, Laajverd, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Published free online on Archnet by the Aga Khan Foundation.

156. Il ponte sullo stretto, Il Covile, No. 925, Ottobre 2016.

(2017)

157. What Architectural Education Does To Would-Be Architects, Common Edge, 8 June 2017.
SWEDISH version, Arkitekturupproret, 10 June 2017.

158. Calling for an Architecture That Connects Us to Our Bodies, Common Edge, 22 March 2017.

159. Design Patterns and Living Architecture, Sustasis Press, Portland, Oregon (2017: 72 pages), booklet published by Levellers Press/Off The Common Books. Ebook from Amazon. Contains the ten Metropolis essays on patterns from 2015-2016, plus the chapter "Pattern Language and Interactive Design".

160. Pattern Language, 2-page entry in The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory, edited by Bryan S. Turner, Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2017.

* Urbanity, Scientific Inquiry and Architecture, interview with Michael Doyle, Contour, Issue No. 1, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, 29 April 2017.

161. Eight city types and their interactions, Technical Transactions — Architecture, 2017 Volume 2, Politechnica Krakowska, Poland, pages 5-70. Book-length article (76 pages) expanded from Keynote speech, 11th International Congress on Virtual Cities and Territories, Krakow, Poland, 6-8 July 2016.

* The 8 City Types, summary published in Realty Plus Magazine, India, Volume 12, Issue 6 (Jan-Feb 2017) pages 64-68.

162. Revisiting and Rethinking Contemporary Urban Design, Chapter 9 in Rethinking Modernism and the Built Environment, edited by Almantas Samalavicius, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK (2017) pages 84-92.

* SLOVAK version of "Complexity in Architecture and Design", translated by Margaréta Sliwka, September 2017 (from Oz Journal, Volume 36, May 2014, pages 18-25).

* RUSSIAN version of the book Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction, Armchair Scientist, Ekaterinburg, Russia (2017: 296 pages). Excerpt from the chapter "20C Architecture as a Cult", Strelka Magazine, 28 June 2017.

* SWEDISH version of Biology Lessons, Chapter 1 of the book Design for a Living Planet (with Michael Mehaffy), Arkitekturupproret, 20 September 2017.

* SWEDISH version of What Architectural Education Does To Would-Be Architects, Arkitekturupproret, 10 June 2017.

* SWEDISH summary of two of my papers: Principer för harmoni by Inger Glimmero, Arkitekturupproret, 12 March 2017.

* POLISH version of Why Green Often Isn't (with Michael Mehaffy), RZUT Architectural Quarterly +13 "Ekologia", Warsaw, Poland (2017) pages 6-11.

* CZECH version of Urban Network Theory, Chapter in Irena Fialová, Editor, Architektura a soucasné mesto, Zlaty Rez Publishers, Prague, Czech Republic, 2017.

* Sjednocená teorie architektury: Forma, jazyk, komplexita, CZECH version of the book Unified Architectural Theory, Barrister & Principal Publishing, Brno, Czech Republic (2017: 404 pages). Chapters 25 and 28 Scaling and Fractals; Intelligence and the Information Environment (with Michael Mehaffy) published free online, Kontexty, 1/2017.

* Biofilia: Nuestro parentesco evolucionado con las formas biológicas, publicado simultaneamente en Chile, Colombia, México y Perú, Plataforma Arquitectura, 1 de Febrero de 2017.

163. How Neuroscience Can Generate a Healthier Architecture, Conscious Cities Journal, No. 3, August 2017.

164. Why we need to 'grasp' our surroundings: object affordance and prehension in architecture, Journal of Architecture and Urbanism, Volume 41 No. 3 (2017) 163-169.

165. The Patterns of Architecture, chapter in T3XTURE No. 3, edited by Lynda Burke, Randy Sovich & Craig Purcell, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2017) pages 7-24.

166. Neuroscience and Preservation: Measuring the Healing Properties of Places, Preservation Leadership Forum, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 24 October 2017.

* Thinking about resilience, keynote presentation, American Institute of Architects Conference on Resilience Thinking, Seattle, Washington, 11 December 2107.

* The Babushkas of Chernobyl, panelist discussing the film by Holly Morris, Chicago Past Forward Conference, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Chicago, Illinois, 17 November 2017. Video published online.

* This is your brain on preservation, keynote presentation, Chicago Past Forward Conference, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Chicago, Illinois, 16 November 2017. Video published online.

* Helping Policy Makers to Sustainability, Keynote/Plenary Address presented via video, International Land Use Symposium, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Dresden, Germany, 1 November 2017.

* How Neuroscience verifies Design Patterns, Biophilia, and the Mathematical rules for Healing Structure, Neuroscience & Measuring the Experience of Place, Ax:son Johnson Foundation, Stockholm, Sweden, 22-24 September 2017.

* "Building with Biophilia: An Interview with Nikos Salingaros", The Clarion Review, 27 September 2017.

* "From particles to places: A new urbanists' view of London's growth", interview with Jonathan Manns, Journal of the London Society, Issue No. 472 (Autumn/Winter 2017) pages 12-17.

(2018)

* Dimensions of Failure: A Review of "Le Corbusier, the Dishonest Architect", a book by Malcolm Millais, New English Review, January 2018.

167. The neuroscience of architecture: The good, the bad — and the beautiful (co-authored with Michael Mehaffy), Traditional Building Magazine, February 2018.

 

Talks, Invited Presentations, and Master Classes since 1997.

110. "Architectural Laws Below the Level of Style and Materials", talk presented to Ford, Powell & Carson Architects, San Antonio, Texas, 18 June 1996.

111. "The Life of a Carpet: An Application of the Alexander Rules", invited talk at the Eighth International Conference on Oriental Carpets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 31 October - 4 November 1996.

112. "The Life of a Carpet: An Application of the Alexander Rules", invited talk to the Houston Oriental Rug Society, Houston, Texas, 20 March 1997.

113. "Life from Inanimate Matter: Applications to Architecture and Urban Design", talk given to the Sustainable Building Coalition, Austin, Texas, 17 September 1997.

114. "Life, Scale, and Architectural Complexity", colloquium, Center for American Architecture and Design, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, 10 October 1997.

115. "L-Complexity", Computer Science Colloquium, University of Texas at San Antonio, 24 April 1998.

116. "The Structure of Pattern Languages", talk given to U S West's Global Village Labs, Denver, Colorado, 5 August 1998.

117. "Modernism and the Suppression of Fractal Structures", Architecture Seminar, University of Texas at San Antonio, 17 November 1998.

118. "The Structure of Pattern Languages", talk given to the North Texas Patterns Group, Texas Instruments, Dallas, Texas 28 January 1999.

119. "Pattern Languages and Complexity", talk given at the Cajal Neuroscience Research Center, University of Texas at San Antonio, 29 January 1999.

120. "The Structure of Pattern Languages", Computer Science Seminar, University of Texas at San Antonio, 5 March 1999.

121. "Applications of Mathematics to Urban Morphology", seminar, LEMA -- Center for Architectural and Urban Design, University of Liege, Belgium, 31 May 1999.

122. "Mathematical Theory of the Urban Web", Colloquium, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Holland, 4 June 1999.

123. "The Application of Mathematics to Urban Morphology", seminar, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University of London, England, 10 June 1999.

124. "How the Pattern Language Defines a Geometry for Urban Interfaces", invited talk at the International Workshop on Design with the Community -- Progettare Con La Comunità, University of Rome, 13 - 14 April 2000.

125. "Geometry of Cities", seminar at LEMA -- Center of Architectural and Urban Design, University of Liege, Belgium, 25 May 2000.

126. "On Patterns", seminar at Destiny Websolutions Inc., Conshohoken, Pennsylvania, 14 August 2000.

127. "Origins of Living Structure", Applicable Mathematics Seminar, University of Texas at San Antonio, 22 September 2000.

128. "Origins of Living Structure: A Model for Architectural Beauty", Colloquium, Center for the Study of Evolution and the Origin of Life, University of California at Los Angeles, 1 November 2000.

129. "Origins of Living Structure", seminar, School of Architecture, University of Texas at San Antonio, 15 November 2000.

130. "A City is Not a Tree", seminar at LEMA -- Center of Architectural and Urban Design, University of Liege, Belgium, 6 June 2001.

131. "Remarks on a City's Composition", Colloquium, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Holland, 19 June 2001.

132. "The Future of Skyscrapers", Radio Interview, KEYS -- Corpus Christi, Texas, 19 September 2001.

133. "Complexity, Architecture, and Mathematics", talk at Saint Mary's Hall School, San Antonio, Texas, 8 November 2001.

134. "Pattern Language and the Nature of Order", Master's Course, University of Rome III, 3 April 2002.

135. "Two Languages for Architecture", Invited Talk at the International Seminar: Architecture, Community, and Participation, Rome, Italy, 4 April 2002.

136. "Preserving Modern Architecture", guest on National Public Radio <wbur.org>, 18 October 2002.

137. "Applications of the Golden Mean to Architecture", Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar, University of Texas at San Antonio, 18 November 2002.

138. "Life in Architecture", talk given to the Sustainable Buildings Coalition, Austin, Texas, 24 January 2003.

139. "New Science, New Architecture, New Urbanism", lecture in the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture series From Classicism to the Avant-Garde: Contemporary Directions in Architecture, 10 February 2003.

140. "Connecting the Fractal City", Keynote address, Fifth Biennial of Town Planners in Europe, Barcelona, 12 April 2003.

141. "The Network City", master class at the Department of Urbanism, University of Delft, Holland, 19 June 2003.

142. "Fractals in Architecture and Urbanism", Graduate Course, University of Texas at San Antonio, August-December 2003.

143. "The Network City", talk at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico, 18 February 2004.

144. "Theory of the Urban Web", master class held at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico, 19 February 2004.

145. "Urban Interventions in Queretaro", Videoconference with the University of Delft, Holland, the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico, and the University of Texas at San Antonio, 15 April 2004.

146. "Design Methods, Emergence, and Collective Intelligence", invited talk, Inaugural Conference, Delft School of Design, Delft, Holland, 10-12 June 2004.

147. "Analysis of Networks: Countryside, City, Metropolis", presentation as member of the Plenary Panel, Fifth International Seminar of the Network of Mexican Cities Towards Sustainability, Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico, 7-9 October 2004.

148. "Connecting the Fractal City", Opening Talk, Fifth International Seminar of the Network of Mexican Cities Towards Sustainability, Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico, 7-9 October 2004.

149. "Design Methods, Emergence, and Collective Intelligence", invited seminar given in the series Colloquium on Sustainability and Design, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico, 8 October 2004.

150. "The Role of Mathematics in Understanding the World", invited talk, Saint Mary's Hall, San Antonio, Texas, 19 January 2005.

151. "Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction", public lecture sponsored by the Casa de Luz, Austin, Texas, 25 March 2005.

152. "Principles of Urban Structure", Architecture Colloquium, University of Texas at San Antonio, 11 April 2005.

153. "Principles of Urban Structure", Colloquium and Book Presentation, University of Delft, Holland, 9 June 2005.

154. "A Scientist Looks at Achitecture", Colloquium and Panel Discussion, The Prince's Foundation, London, England, 16 June 2005.

155. "Three Lectures on Urban Structure", Graduate Master Class in New Urbanism, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Queretaro, 30 September - 1 October 2005.

156. "Theory of Architecture", series of presentations to the Senior Architecture Studio, University of Texas at San Antonio, September-December 2005.

157. "Cities as Systems", invited seminar, Architecture School, University of Texas at San Antonio, 2 November 2005.

158. "Neuroscience, the Natural Environment, and Building Design", Bringing Buildings to Life Conference, Yale University, held in Providence, Rhode Island, 10-12 May 2006.

159. "Evidence-Based Design", Architecture Colloquium, Texas A&M University, College Station, 18 September 2006.

160. "Social Housing in Latin America", Keynote Address, Brazilian and Ibero-American Congress on Social Housing, Florianopolis, Brazil, 14 November, 2006.

161. "Fractals and Urban Connectivity", Lecture at the Graduate Design Studio, University of Texas at San Antonio School of Architecture, 19 February 2007.

162. "Fractals and City Form", Lecture at HARC -- Houston Advanced Research Center, Woodlands, Texas, 16 April 2007.

163. "Towards a More Intelligent Environment", Colloquium, Architecture School of the University of Nancy, France, 8 June 2007.

164. "The Future of European Cities", roundtable sponsored by MCRIT, Barcelona, 18 June 2007.

165. "The Network City", Master Class, Polytecnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain, 19 June 2007.

166. "Intelligent Coast", Invited Presentation in the Lecture Series "Intelligent Coast Debates", Polytecnic University of Catalonia, Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, Spain, 19 June 2007.

167. "Rubén Pesci and his role in the New Urbanism", presentation of Rubén Pesci's book "Ambitecture", Museo de Arte Latinoamericana de Buenos Aires, Argentina, 10 July 2007.

168. "Principles of Urban Structure", Lecture at the Universidad Abierta Interamericana, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 11 July 2007.

169. "A New Look at Architecture", Lecture at the Fundación CEPA, La Plata, Argentina, 12 July 2007.

170. "Social Housing in Latin America", Architecture Colloquium, Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires, Argentina, 13 July 2007.

171. "Biophilic Mapping and Emotional Health", invited talk at the Colorado Art Symposium, Durango, Colorado, 9 September 2007.

172. "The Network City", keynote address, Conference on Structure–Process–Patterns, Technical University of Vienna, 6 December 2007.

173. "Biophilic Design", invited talk at the DRESS Symposium, College of Architecture, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1 February 2008.

174. "Perforated, Bent, and Folded", talk presented at the Congress for the New Urbanism, CNU XVI, Austin, Texas, 4 April 2008.

175. "The Network City", keynote lecture in the Master's Program for New Urbanism, Tecnológico de Monterrey, sede Querétaro, Mexico, 18 April 2008.

176. "Sustainable Urbanism", invited talk at the Forum for Urban Design Spring Conference, New York City, 13 May 2008.

177. "Pedestrian-Scale Urbanism and the Future of Pristina", Plenary talk, Conference on Pristina Metropolis, Pristina, Kosovo, 23 May 2008.

178. "A Form Language for Kosovar Architecture", Master Class, AAB University, Pristina, Kosovo, 24 May 2008.

179. "Anti-architecture and Deconstruction", talk at the Milan Politecnic University, Campus Leonardo, Milan, Italy, 5 June 2008.

180. "Connecting the Fractal City", Architecture Master Class, Milan Politecnic University, Campus Bovista, Milan, Italy, 6 June 2008.

181. "The Return Towards Architectural Beauty", Invited Talk, Foundation CESAR, Senatorial Palace, Campidoglio, Rome, Italy, 9 June 2008.

182. "Anti-architecture and Deconstruction: The End of Modernist Architecture", public lecture sponsored by Libreria Editrice Fiorentina, Libreria Edison, Florence, Italy, 10 June 2008.

183. "Modernity in Tradition", public lecture at the Orsanmichele sponsored by Libreria Editrice Fiorentina, Florence, Italy, 11 June 2008.

184. "Contemporary Church Architecture and Saint Augustine's City of God", public lecture at the Orsanmichele sponsored by Libreria Editrice Fiorentina, Florence, Italy, 11 June 2008.

185. "Bioarchitecture and Sustainability", Colloquium at the Istituto Nazionale Bioarchitettura, Castello di Calenzano, Florence, Italy, 12 June 2008.

186. "Architecture Outside Geometrical Fundamentalism", lecture at the Residenza Segesta sponsored by ARCES, Palermo, Sicily, 16 June 2008.

187. "The Project of Arati Isozaki for the Uffizi Galleries", Keynote speaker at a panel discussion with Vittorio Sgarbi, Circolo dei Liberi -- Fondazione Magna Carta, Florence, Italy, 19 September 2008.

188. "Connecting the Fractal Coast", Plenary talk at the 7o Laboratorio Internazionale d'Architettura, Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria, Italy, 22 September 2008.

189. "Connecting the Fractal City", Special Lecture, Ben-Gurion University, Israel, 18 November 2008.

190. "Favelas and Social Housing: The Urbanism of Self-Organization", Special Lecture, Jacob Blaustein Center for Scientific Cooperation, Ben-Gurion University, Israel, 18 November 2008.

191. "An Architecture Outside Geometrical Fundamentalism", Architecture Colloquium, Tel-Aviv University, Israel, 23 November 2008.

192. "Patterns and Symmetry Breaking", Architecture Seminar, University of Texas at San Antonio, 23 February 2009.

193. "Patterns and Symmetry Breaking", presentation to Michael G. Imber Architects, San Antonio, 4 March 2009.

194. "Urbanism as Computation", College of Sciences Research Conference 2009, University of Texas at San Antonio, 7 August 2009.

195. "Architecture is made for people", pre-conference talk given at Delft University of Technology, Delft, Holland, 23 September 2009.

196. "The classical tradition today", pre-conference talk given at Delft University of Technology, Delft, Holland, 24 September 2009.

197. "Urbanism as Computation", keynote speech at the Complexity Theory of Cities Comes of Age Conference, Technical University of Delft, Holland, 26 September 2009.

198. "Biophilic and participatory design", Keynote lecture, 18th Europa Symposium, Fiera SAIE di Bologna, Palazzo dei Congressi, Bologna, Italy, 30 October 2009.

199. "Universal scaling", lecture at the Master's Program on Bioarchitecture and Energy Sustainability, University of LUMSA, Rome, Italy, 31 October 2009.

200. "Psychological and physiological effects of architectural environments", lecture followed by panel discussion and press conference (with Wittfrida Mitterer, Stefano Serafini, and Rosario Marrocco), Lalineabiancastudio, 81 via dei Gracchi, Rome, Italy, 31 October 2009.

201. "Religious architecture", lecture followed by panel discussion (with Stefano Borselli and Pietro De Marco), Church of San Gaetano, Florence, Italy, 3 November 2009.

202. "Towards a new architecture", lecture followed by panel discussion and presentation of my new book "No alle archistar" (with Gianfranco Di Pietro, Pietro Pagliardini, and Giannozzo Pucci), Libreria Edison, Piazza della Repubblica 27, Florence, Italy, 3 November 2009.

203. "Universal scaling and the Fibonacci sequence", Architecture Colloquium, School of Architecture, University of Rome -- Valle Giulia, 5 November 2009.

204. "A strategy for reconstructing sprawl", press conference with Hon. Fabio Rampelli, Italian House of Representatives, Camera dei Deputati, Rome, Italy, 5 November 2009. Transmitted live on national television.

205. "Towards a new architecture", lecture followed by presentation of my new book "No alle archistar", CESAR Foundation, Sala Quironi, Palazzo degli Uffici Eur, Rome, Italy, 5 November 2009.

206. "Computational Urbanism", videoconference, University of Rome III, 19 March 2010.

207. "Life and the Geomery of the Environment", The Athens Dialogues Organizational Conference, Onassis Foundation, New York, New York, 16 April 2010.

208. "The Network City", two lectures on urbanism at the University of Alcalá, Spain, 14 June 2010.

209. "Form Languages for Urban Regeneration", Lecture at the Berlage Institute, Rotterdam, Holland, and discussion with Jeroen de Willigen of the architecture studio De Zwarte Hond, 23 June 2010.

210. "Urban and Information Architectures: A Cross-disciplinary Approach to Complexity", joint online seminar with Roger Sessions, International Association of Software Architects, 17 July 2010.

211. "Nuovi modelli urbani tra scienza ed etica", video lecture, 397o Fiera Vesuviana, San Gennaro (Naples), 18 September 2010.

212. "The Fractal City", video lecture, CityCamp London, 8 October 2010.

213. "Ricostruire Corviale", Keynote video lecture, Seminario sulla Trasformazione delle Periferie, University of Ferrara, 21 October 2010.

214. "Principios de la Estructura Urbana", video lecture to the Tecnologico de Monterrey, sede Queretaro, 22 October 2010.

215. "P2P Urbanism", invited talk, International Commons Conference sponsored by the Heinrich Böll Foundation, Berlin, 1 November 2010.

216. "Human-scale urbanism", video lecture in italian, Conference Rigenerare la Periferia Italiana, Ascoli Piceno, Italy, 4 November 2010.

217. "Life and the Geometry of the Environment" invited talk at the The Athens Dialogues, Inaugural Conference of the Onassis Foundation, Athens, 27 November 2010.

218. "Return to the City: the Work of the Gruppo Salingaros in Italy", invited video presentation for the mayor of Rome Gianni Alemanno, Projects for the International Workshop on the Roman Periphery, 1 December 2010.

(2011)

219. "Biophilia and New Urbanism", film (in Greek) with George Papanikolaou, Greekarchitects, 24 January 2011.

220. "Alexander's Fifteen Fundamental Properties", lecture, Saint Mary's Hall School, 21 April 2011.

221. "Architecture of Place and Peer-to-Peer Urbanism", lecture at the Project for Public Spaces, New York City, 24 May 2011.

222. "Form Languages and Classical Mouldings", lecture at the Institute for Classical Architecture and Art, New York City, 25 May 2011.

223. "Biophilia and the Quality of Life in Our Cities: Inspired by Classical Greek Ideas", Commencement Address, Center for Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies, Queen's College, CUNY, New York City, 26 May 2011.

224. "Participative Design and Pattern Languages", presentation of the book "Participative Design" by A. Giangrande & E. Mortola, Gangemi Editore, Rome, 30 June 2011.

225. "Network City", video presentation to the IAAC -- Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Barcelona, 19 July 2011.

226. "Urban Computations and Genomics", Keynote address, Framing the City Conference, University of Manchester, 8 September 2011.

227. "La ciudad de las redes y el urbanismo de pares en pares", teleconferencia, 2o Congreso Internacional sobre la Vivienda Social, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina, 21 de Septiembre 2011.

228. "Public Spaces, New Urbanism, Smart Growth", invited talk, The Philadelphia Society, Cincinnati, 7-8 October 2011.

229. "Principles of Urban Structure", International Lecture Series: Achieving a Sustainable Built Environment, Vienna University of Technology, 3 November 2011.

230. "Niente Grattacieli a Roma", video per la Conferenza Stampa sulla Commissione Grattacieli, Comune di Roma, 15 Novembre 2011.

(2012)

231. "Organizational Complexity", videolecture for the Masters Program in Systems Engineering, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia, 8 June 2012.

232. "Transformations: Architecture from Biology", invited lecture at the IAAC -- Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Master in Advanced Architecture, Barcelona, 13 June 2012.

233. "Biourbanism: Theory and Practice", videolecture for the International Society of Biourbanism Summer School, "Neuroergonomics and Urban Design", Artena/Rome Italy, 17 July 2012.

234. "Cities as Complex Systems", videolecture to the Laboratory of Geographic Information Systems, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, 9 August 2012.

235. "Biology, the city and responsible design", The 2012 Slater-Maguire Lecture, Saint Margaret's Church, Winnipeg, Canada, 15 October 2012.

(2013)

236. "Rethinking Urbanism in the Developing World", Invited lecture, Columbia University, New York City, 18 February 2013.

237. "Tradition and Modernity in the development of (contemporary) Athens and Rome", invited lecture, Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies in cooperation with the Calandra Italian-American Institute, Queens College, City University of New York, 19 February 2013.

238. "Saving the best of New York from unsustainable development", invited lecture, Urban Studies Program, Queens College, City University of New York, 20 February 2013.

239. "Culture, Tradition and Modernity in Architecture and Urbanism", President’s Roundtable Keynote Lecture, Queens College, City University of New York, 20 February 2013.

240. "Culture, Tradition and Modernity in Architecture and Urbanism", ICAA -- Institute for Classical Art and Architecture, New York City, 20 February 2013.

241. "Saving Greek Cultural Heritage from Globalization", Lecture to the Solon Society of Long Island, St. Paul Community Center, Hempstead, New York, 21 February 2013.

242. "Alexander's Fifteen Fundamental Properties", two guest lectures to the College of Architecture, University of Texas at San Antonio, 27 February 2013.

243. "Urban Complexity", invited lecture, Master and Doctoral Program in Complexity Sciences, University of Lisbon ISCTE, Lisbon, Portugal, 7 June 2013.

244. "A Sustainable Energy Future for Mauritius", Teleconference with the press in Mauritius, 1 March 2013 (AUDIO). Interview on Defimedia, 8 March 2013.

245. "Creating buildings and environments that support life", 1-hour radio program with James Alexander Arnfinsen, LEVEVEI BAEREKRAFT I SKANDINAVIA, 27 October 2013.

(2014)

246. "Instead of glass and concrete?" (in Polish), Marcin Gerwin on my work, Dziennik Opinii, 25 January 2014.

247. Interview in Portuguese with Fabio Duarte, Scielo em Perspectiva, 14 February 2014.

248. "Progettazione e Biourbanistica", videoconferenza con l'Università di Roma III, 25 Febbraio di 2014.

249. "Designing a green public space", joint videolecture to the University of Derby UK and the University of Bahrain, 4 March 2014.

250. Video entrevista, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, 4 de junio de 2014.

251. "Urban Transitions to Sustainability", Keynote speech, 4th Rencontres Internationales de Reims on Sustainability Studies, France, 26 June 2014.

252. "Biophilia as a Mechanism for Health", lecture at the Architecture School, University of Texas at San Antonio, 16 September 2014.

253. "Compact City", lecture to the CNU San Antonio, 30 September 2014.

(2015)

254. Interview in NORWEGIAN by Ronny Spaans, on the new government buildings in Olso, Dag Og Tid, 24 April 2015.

255. "New Directions for Human-Centered Urbanism", talk given at the Congress for the New Urbanism CNU 23, Dallas, Texas, 2 May 2015.

256. "Urban Design Education", Keynote Speech, VIDEO Agency/Agents of Urbanity, International PhD Colloquium, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, 2 June 2015.

257. Pattern Language and Form Language, minicourse with 1/2 hour video online for the Built Environment Workshop, Academy for Democracy, Laajverd Visiting School, Neelum Valley, Kashmir, 25 July - 5 August 2015.

258. Four guest lectures at the School of Architecture, University of Texas at San Antonio: Eight points of biophilia, 3 September, Patterns for designing human spaces, 10 September, Connecting the Fractal City, 19 November 2015, Complexity in Architecture and Design, 1 December 2015.

259. "Urban Futures", a series of three 20-30 minute videos outlining the future of cities, and the obstacles to building them correctly. Urban Design Education (May 2015) -- Pattern Language and Form Language (July 2015) -- Urban Futures for Intelligent Cities (October 2015). Published online by the Sustasis Foundation.

260. "Complexity in Architecture and Design", powerpoint lecture, November 2015.

(2016)

261. Three guest lectures, School of Architecture, University of Texas at San Antonio: The Geometry of Sustainable Architectures, 21 January. Biophilic Design, 22 & 24 March 2016.

262. Is Architecture Beautiful? Talk given to Saint Mary's Hall School, San Antonio, Texas, 13 May 2016.

263. Eight city types and their interactions, Opening Keynote Presentation at the 11th International Congress on Virtual Cities and Territories, Krakow, Poland, 6 - 8 July 2016.

264. Towards a New Paradigm in Architecture and Urbanism (revised version of Is Architecture Beautiful?), 19th Seminar on Mathematical Physics, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, 25 July 2016.

265. Borders in Architecture and Urban Design: Science Explains How Life is Influenced by Physical Boundaries, invited lecture at the seminar Architecture and Cities in Transition, Tampere Design and Architecture Week, Tampere, Finland, 2 September 2016.

266. Patterns on the Urban Scale, Videolecture, T3xture Laboratory, Baltimore, Maryland, 22 September 2016.

267. Biophilia and Healing Environments, guest lecture, THW Design, San Antonio, Texas, 22 September 2016.

268. Extreme Urbanism, Plenary Videolecture, 2nd Spatial Development Forum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 27 September 2016.

269. Sprawl and the City, contributed talk at the American Planning Association State Conference, San Antonio, Texas, 4 November 2016.

(2017)

270. Architectural Education and Human Intelligence, Keynote/Plenary Address delivered via videoconference, Reinventing Design Pedagogy and Contextual Aesthetics, National Institute of Technology, Calicut-Kozhikode, India, 21 January 2017.

271. Evidence-Based Design, guest lecture, College of Architecture, University of Texas at San Antonio, 26 January 2017.

272. Applying Biophilia to Hospital Design, Desk Critique, THW Design, San Antonio, Texas, 6 February 2017.

273. Biophilic Design, two lectures via live video transmission, Architectural Theory Course, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 16 & 30 October 2017.

274. Human-scaled architecture, invited lecture, First International Seminar on Architecture, Arkitekturupproret, Stockholm, Sweden, 21 September 2017.

275. How Neuroscience verifies Design Patterns, Biophilia, and the Mathematical rules for Healing Structure, Invited Talk, Neuroscience & Measuring the Experience of Place, Ax:son Johnson Foundation, Engelsberg-Stockholm, Sweden, 23 September 2017.

276. Helping Policy Makers to Sustainability, Keynote/Plenary Address presented via video, International Land Use Symposium, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Dresden, Germany, 1 November 2017.

277. Resilience and Sustainability, invited lecture at the College of Architecture, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois, 16 November 2017.

278. This is your brain on preservation, keynote presentation, Chicago Past Forward Conference, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Chicago, Illinois, 16 November 2017.

279. The Babushkas of Chernobyl, panelist discussing the film by Holly Morris, Chicago Past Forward Conference, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Chicago, Illinois, 17 November 2017.

280. Adaptive Versus Random Complexity, lecture at the College of Architecture, University of Texas at San Antonio, 5 December 2017.

281. Thinking about resilience, keynote presentation, American Institute of Architects Conference on Resilience Thinking, Seattle, Washington, 11 December 2107.

282. Biophilia and Healing Environments, invited talk, CollinsWoerman Architects, Seattle, Washington, 12 December 2017.

283. Biophilia and Healing Environments, invited talk, Muñoz & Company Architects, San Antonio, 22 December 2017.

(2018)

 


APPENDIX

 

Publications in mathematics and physics 1979-1997.

1. (N. Salingaros and M. Dresden) "Properties of an Associative Algebra of Tensor Fields. Duality and Dirac Identities", Physical Review Letters 43 (1979), 1-4.

2. "Realization and Classification of the Universal Clifford Algebras as Associative Lie-Admissible Algebras", Hadronic Journal 3 (1979), 339-389.

3. "Realization, Extension, and Classification of Certain Physically Important Groups and Algebras", Journal of Mathematical Physics 22 (1981), 226-232.

4. "Clifford, Dirac, and Majorana Algebras, and Their Representations", Hadronic Journal 4 (1981), 949-980.

5. "Electromagnetism and the Holomorphic Properties of Spacetime", Journal of Mathematical Physics 22 (1981), 1919-1925.

6. (Y. Ilamed and N. Salingaros) "Algebras With Three Anticommuting Elements. I. Spinors and Quaternions", Journal of Mathematical Physics 22 (1981), 2091-2095.

7. "Algebras With Three Anticommuting Elements. II. Two Algebras Over a Singular Field", Journal of Mathematical Physics 22 (1981), 2096-2100.

8. "On the Classification of Clifford Algebras and Their Relation to Spinors in n Dimensions", Journal of Mathematical Physics 23 (1982), 1-7.

9. (N. Salingaros and M. Dresden) "Physical Algebras in Four Dimensions. I. The Clifford Algebra in Minkowski Spacetime", Advances in Applied Mathematics 4 (1983), 1-30.

10. "Physical Algebras in Four Dimensions. II. The Majorana Algebra", Advances in Applied Mathematics 4 (1983), 31-38.

11. "Particle in an External Electromagnetic Field", Physical Review D28 (1983), 2473-2476.

12. "Relativistic Motion of a Charged Particle, the Lorentz Group, and the Thomas Precession", Journal of Mathematical Physics 25 (1984), 706-716.

13. "The Relationship Between Finite Groups and Clifford Algebras", Journal of Mathematical Physics 25 (1984), 738-742.

14. (J. Froelich and N. Salingaros) "The Exponential Mapping in Clifford Algebras", Journal of Mathematical Physics 25 (1984), 2347-2350.

15. (N. Salingaros and Y. Ilamed) "Algebraic Field Descriptions in Three-Dimensional Euclidean Space", Foundations of Physics 14 (1984), 777-797.

16. (R. Ablamowicz and N. Salingaros) "On the Relationship Between Twistors and Clifford Algebras", Letters in Mathematical Physics 9 (1985), 149-155.

17. "The Gyrofrequency of a Charged Particle in a Constant Electromagnetic Field", Nuovo Cimento B86 (1985), 1-16.

18. "Invariants of the Electromagnetic Field and Electromagnetic Waves", American Journal of Physics 53 (1985), 361-363.

19. "Particle in an External Electromagnetic Field. II. The Exact Velocity in a Constant and Uniform Field", Physical Review D31 (1985), 3150-3156.

20. "Some Remarks on the Algebra of Eddington's E-numbers", Foundations of Physics 15 (1985), 683-691.

21. (N. Salingaros and G. P. Wene) "The Clifford Algebra of Differential Forms", Acta Applicandae Mathematicae 4 (1985), 271-292.

22. "The Gyrofrequency of a Charged Particle in a Constant Electromagnetic Field. II. The General Result", Nuovo Cimento B90 (1985), 232-253.

23. "The Lorentz Group and the Thomas Precession. II. Exact Results for the Product of Two Boosts", Journal of Mathematical Physics 27 (1986), 157-162.

24. "On Solutions of the Equation Curl a = k a", Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 19 (1986), L101-L104.

25. "On Solutions of the Equation Curl a = k a. II. The Magnetic Force-Free Model", Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 19 (1986), L705-708.

26. "Clifford Algebras and the Vee Product", in: Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Colloquium on Group-Theoretical Methods in Physics, Y. M. Cho, editor (World Scientific, Singapore, 1986), pp. 257-260.

27. "Clifford Algebraic Symmetries in Physics", in: Symmetries in Science II, B. Gruber and R. Lenczewski, editors (Plenum, New York, 1986), pp. 467-470.

28. "Duality Rotations and Relativistic Charged-Particle Motions", American Journal of Physics 55 (1987), 352-356.

29. "Electromagnetism and the Holomorphic Properties of Spacetime", in: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference on Differential Geometric Methods in Theoretical Physics, H. D. Doebner and J. D. Hennig, editors (World Scientific, Singapore, 1987), pp. 370-376.

30. "An Alternative Description of the Reversed-Field Toroidal Plasma Pinch, and Prediction of the Critical Pinch Parameter", Hadronic Journal 10 (1987), 109-116.

31. "Which are the Fundamental Magnetic Field Configurations in Nature?", International Journal of Modern Physics B1 (1987), 1329-1349.

32. "An Amended Magnetohydrodynamic Equation Which Predicts Field-Aligned Current Sheets", Astrophysics and Space Science 137 (1987), 385-395.

33. "Magnetic Force-Free Configurations for Thermonuclear Fusion", Physics Essays 1 (1988), 92-101.

34. "Further Developments in the Theory of the Spheromak", in: Proceedings of the Ninth U. S. Compact Toroid Symposium, Seattle, 1989. Edited by A. L. Hoffman and L. C. Steinhauer (Spectra Technology, Bellevue, Washington, 1989), pp. 37-40.

35. "Origin of the Magnetic Confinement Force in the Homogeneous Z-pinch", IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science 17 (1989), 854-858.

36. "The Spheromak as an Axisymmetric Spherical Dynamo: Clarification of an Old Ambiguity", Modern Physics Letters B3 (1989), 1285-1292.

37. "Lorentz Force and Magnetic Stress in Force-Free Configurations", Applied Physics Letters 56 (1990), 617-619.

38. (D. P. Singh, M. A. Harith, V. Palleschi, G. Tropiano, M. Vaselli, N. Salingaros, and E. Panarella) "The Spherical Pinch: Generalized Scaling Laws and Experimental Verification of the Stability of Imploding Shock Waves in Spherical Geometry", Laser and Particle Beams 8 (1990), 253-263.

39. "Optimal Current Distribution for Energy Storage in Superconducting Magnets", Journal of Applied Physics 69 (1991), 531-533.

40. "Magnetohydrostatic Equilibria and Force-Free States", Physica Scripta 43 (1991), 316-322.

41. "Fiber Theory: Evolution and Disruption in the Gaseous and Dense Z-pinches", Physica Scripta 43 (1991), 416-422.

42. (N. Salingaros and R. Carrera) "Electromechanical Description of Tokamak Plasma Operation by Fiber Theory", Fusion Technology 19 (1991), 1302-1306.

43. "A Simplified Approach to Pinch Equilibrium", Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion 34 (1992), 191-202.

44. "Force-free Plasma Currents Driven by Electromagnetic Oscillations with E parallel to B", Physical Review A45 (1992), 8811-8815.

45. "General Construction of Force-Free Current Filaments", Physical Review A45 (1992), 8816-8820.

46. "Fiber Theory and Cosmic Plasmas", IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science 20 (1992), 893-897.

47. (M. A. Sweeney, I. Alexeff, I. Brown, J. Glowienka, S. Gold, J. Maenchen, J. R. Roth, N. Salingaros, L. Steinhauer, and L. Sugiyama) "Statement by the Energy Policy Committee, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, on the FY-1993 Department of Energy Budget Request for Fusion Energy", IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society News, No. 2, June 1992, 6-9. Reprinted in: Fusion Technology 23 (1993), 131-134; and in: Spherical Plasma Configuration Group Newsletter 2 No. 1 (1993), 37.

48. (N. Salingaros and R. Carrera) "Oscillation and Reconnection of Plasma Fibers in a Description of Tokamak Phenomena", Fusion Technology 23 (1993), 257-266.

49. (P. Lorrain and N. Salingaros) "Local Currents in Magnetic Flux Tubes and Flux Ropes", American Journal of Physics 61 (1993), 811-817.

50. "A Classification of Magnetohydrodynamic Generators with Cylindrical Symmetry", Europhysics Letters 24 (1993), 467-472.

51. "A Description of Self-exciting Dynamos in Cartesian and Cylindrical Geometries", Physics Letters A 185 (1994), 201-205.

52. "A Critical Comparison Between Magnetic and Inertial Confinement Schemes and their Geometries", Fusion Technology 27 (1994), 230-236.

53. (B. Coppi, C. Deutsch, E. Panarella, F. Pegoraro, R. F. Post, H. U. Rahman, N. Rostoker, J. R. Roth, N. A. Salingaros, G. Velarde, C. Yamanaka) "Report on the International Symposium Evaluation of Current Trends in Fusion Research", Journal of Fusion Energy 14 (1995), September Issue (pages 281-327).

54. (F. Giammanco, E. Panarella, N. A. Salingaros, D. P. Singh, M. Vaselli) "Spherical Pinch Research: Historical Background, Achievements, and Projections", in: Proceedings of the First International Workshop on the Evaluation of Current Trends in Fusion Research, Washington, DC 1994, edited by E. Panarella (Plenum Press, New York, 1997), pages 67-118.

 

Scientific presentations 1979-1997.

1. "Algebraic Derivation of Trace Identities in Quantum Electrodynamics", seminar, Physics Department, University of Rochester, January 1979.

2. "Derivation of Trace Identities in Scattering Theory without Matrices", seminar, Physics Department, Oxford University, England, June 1979.

3. "Classification of Clifford and Jordan Algebras", Physics Colloquium, University of Dortmund, Germany, July 1979.

4. "Realization and Classification of the Universal Clifford Algebras as Associative Lie-Admissible Algebras", invited talk at the Second Workshop on Lie-Admissible Formulations, Harvard University, 1-8 August 1979.

5. "Construction and Classification of the Clifford Algebras", Physics Colloquium, University of Massachusetts at Boston, August 1979.

6. "Electromagnetism as an Extension of Holomorphy to Four-dimensional Spacetime", Mathematics Colloquium, University of Delaware, January 1980.

7. "Spacetime Implies Maxwell's Equations", contributed talk, American Physical Society New England Conference, University of Rhode Island, 19 April 1980.

8. "Spinors and the Intrinsic Geometry of Three-Dimensional Space", Society of Physics Students lecture, University of Massachusetts at Boston, April 1980.

9. "The Geometry of Clifford Algebras", seminar, Physics department, Case-Western-Reserve University, Cleveland, June 1980.

10. "Clifford, Dirac, and Majorana algebras, and their Representations", invited talk at the Third Workshop on Lie-Admissible Formulations, University of Massachusetts at Boston, 4-9 August 1980.

11. "A Matrix-free Method for Quantum Electrodynamics", Colloquium, Demokritos Nuclear Research Center, Athens, Greece, February 1981.

12. "Applications of Clifford Algebras to Theoretical Physics", Physics Colloquium, University of Crete, Iraklion, Greece, 7 April 1981.

13. "On the Classification of Clifford Algebras and Spinors", Mathematics Colloquium, University of Crete, Iraklion, Greece, April 1981.

14. "Applications of the Methodology of Theoretical Physics to Architectural Design: The Pattern Language of Christopher Alexander", invited talk at the International Conference on Architecture, University of Thessalonike, Greece, 4 June 1981.

15. "On an Extension of the Theorems of Frobenius and Hurwitz", invited talk at the Fourth Workshop on Lie-Admissible Formulations, Institute for Basic Research, Cambridge, Massachusetts, August 1981.

16. "Some Recent Applications of Clifford Algebras to Theoretical Physics", Physics Colloquium, Washington University, St. Louis, 14 December 1981.

17. "A History of Clifford Algebras, and their Application in Physics", Physics Colloquium, University of Miami, Coral Gables, 23 March 1982.

18. "Applications of Clifford Algebras in Physics", Physics Colloquium, University of Iowa, 5 April 1982.

19. "The Geometric Structure of Clifford algebras, and their Relation to Spinors", Mathematics Colloquium, Iowa State University, Ames, 13 April 1982.

20. "Clifford algebras as an Extension of the Frobenius and Hurwitz Theorems", Mathematics Colloquium, University of Iowa, Iowa City, 13 April 1982.

21. "A History of Clifford Algebras, and their Application in Physics", Physics Colloquium, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, 21 April 1982.

22. "An Introduction to Gauge Theories", three invited seminars, Mathematics Department, University of Iowa, 24 June-1 July 1982.

23. "Classification of Clifford Algebras", contributed talk, American Physical Society Meeting, University of Maryland, November 1982.

24. "Applications of Clifford Algebras in Theoretical Physics", opening talk, Joint Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Iowa State University, April 22-23, 1983.

25. "A New Solution for the Motion of a Charged Particle in a Constant, Homogeneous Electromagnetic Field", Space Physics Seminar, University of Iowa, 4 May 1983.

26. "Construction and Applications of Clifford Algebras", Mathematics Colloquium, University of Texas at San Antonio, 14 June 1983.

27. "Relativistic Motion of a Charged Particle, the Lorentz Group, and the Thomas Precession", contributed talk at the VIIth International Congress on Mathematical Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1-10 August 1983.

28. "Differential Forms and Clifford Algebras", contributed talk at the VIIth International Congress on Mathematical Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1-10 August 1983.

29. "A Solution of a Class of Differential Equations in Clifford Algebras", invited talk at the VIIth Congress of Balkan Mathematicians, Athens, Greece, 19-23 December 1983.

30. "Motion of a Charged Particle in an Electromagnetic Field", seminar, Politecnico di Torino, Italy, 12 January 1984.

31. "Particle in an External Electromagnetic Field", contributed talk, American Physical Society Annual Meeting, San Antonio, 30 January-2 February 1984.

32. "Invariants of the Electromagnetic Field and Electromagnetic Waves", Mathematics Seminar, University of Texas an San Antonio, 13 April 1984.

33. "Motion of a Charged Particle in an Electromagnetic Field", contributed paper, XIIIth International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, University of Maryland, 21-25 May 1984.

34. "Some Applications of Clifford Algebras", Mathematics Colloquium, Trinity University, San Antonio, 4 September 1984.

35. "Applications of Clifford Algebras to Physics", Physics Colloquium, University of California at Davis, 7 January 1985.

36. "The Exponential Mapping in Clifford Algebras", contributed talk, 91st. American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, Anaheim, 7-13 January 1985.

37. "Inequivalence of the + + +- Metric to the ---+ Metric", Mathematics Seminar, University of Texas at San Antonio, 15 February 1985.

38. "The Gyration of a Charged Particle", contributed talk, American Physical Society Meeting, Texas Section, Rice University, Houston, 8-9 March 1985.

39. "About Clifford and Grassmann Algebras", seminar, Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Salerno, Italy, 22 May 1985.

40. "Review of Clifford Algebras in Physics", Physics Colloquium, University of Florence, Italy, 3 June 1985.

41. "Clifford Algebras and Differential Forms", seminar, Institute of Mathematics, University of Genova, Italy, 10 June 1985.

42. "Clifford Algebras and the Vee Product", seminar, National Institute for Nuclear Physics, University of Torino, Italy, 12 June 1985.

43. "Some Applications of Clifford Algebras", invited talk given at the 14th. International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, Seoul, Korea, 26-30 August 1985.

44. "Rotation Correction to Combined Lorentz Boosts", contributed talk, American Physical Society meeting, Texas Section, Texas A&M University, 8-9 November 1985.

45. "Magnetic Fields in Physics and Astrophysics", Society of Physics Students Lecture, University of Texas at San Antonio, 3 December 1985.

46. "On Solutions of the Equation Curl a = ka", contributed talk at the 92nd American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 5-11 January 1986.

47. "Clifford Algebraic Symmetries in Physics", invited talk, Symmetries in Science II, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 24-26 March 1986.

48. "On Force-Free Magnetic Fields", contributed talk, Symmetries in Science II, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 24-26 March 1986.

49. "Motion of Electrically Charged Particles in a Magnetic Field", Society of Physics Students Lecture, University of Texas at San Antonio, 29 April 1986.

50. "Some Recent Applications of Clifford Algebras", Relativity Seminar, Enrico Fermi Institute, University of Chicago, 20 June 1986.

51. "Existence of Force-Free Magnetic Fields", contributed talk at the 168th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Iowa State University, Ames, 22-26 June 1986.

52. "Quantum Mechanical Projection Operators in the Clifford Algebra", Theoretical Physics Seminar, University of Dortmund, Germany, 21 July 1986.

53 "Electromagnetism and the Holomorphic Properties of Spacetime", invited talk, XVth International Conference on Differential Geometric Methods in Theoretical Physics, University of Clausthal, Germany, 28 July-1 August 1986.

54. "Clifford Algebras and their Role in Mathematics, Physics, and Technology", Relativity Seminar, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, 17 November 1986.

55. "Energy of Static Magnetic Field Configurations", invited talk, Special Section on Mathematical Physics, 93rd Annual American Mathematical Society Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 21-24 January 1987.

56. "Electromagnetic Waves as Duality Rotations", Clifford Algebra Seminar, University of Namur, Belgium, 25 May 1987.

57. "Some Physical Applications of Clifford Algebras", invited talk, Institute for Analysis, University of Ghent, Belgium, 26 May 1987.

58. "An Alternative Derivation of the Critical Toroidal Pinch Parameter", contributed talk, Division of Plasma Physics of the American Physical Society, 29th Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, 2-6 November 1987.

59. "Flux Conversion and the Taylor State", contributed paper, U. S. -Japan Workshop on Plasma Turbulence, University of Texas at Austin, 7-10 December 1987.

60. "Force-Free Magnetic Configurations for Thermonuclear Fusion", Physics Colloquium, University of North Texas, Denton, 16 February 1988.

61. "The Role of Clifford Algebras in Physics: A Broad Perspective", Theoretical Physics Seminar, University of North Texas, Denton, 17 February 1988.

62. "Clifford Algebras in Quantum Mechanics", Quantum Logics Seminar, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, 27 April 1988.

63. "Minimum-Energy Magnetic States in the Spheromak", Plasma Physics Seminar, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton, New Jersey, 19 May 1988.

64. "Magnetic Force-Free Configurations", contributed talk, 15th. IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, Seattle, Washington, 6-8 June 1988.

65. "General Description of Clifford Algebras", Theoretical Physics Seminar, University of Rochester, 9 September 1988.

66. "Plasma Strings in Astrophysics", Astrophysics Seminar, University of Rochester, 26 September 1988.

67. "Revised Stability of a Z-Pinch", seminar, Laboratory for Laser Energetics, University of Rochester, 26 October 1988.

68. "Internally Force-Free Current Surfaces", contributed talk, 30th. Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Plasma Physics, Hollywood, Florida, 31 October-4 November 1988.

69. "Improvement on the Approximations of the Scaling Laws for Spherical Pinch Experiments", contributed paper, 30th. Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Plasma Physics, Hollywood, Florida, 31 October-4 November 1988 (presented by E. Panarella).

70. "Revision of the Theory of Force-Free Minimum-Energy States", seminar, Institute of Plasma and Fusion Research, University of California at Los Angeles, 8 March 1989.

71. "Further Developments in the Theory of the Spheromak", contributed talk, 9th U. S. Compact Toroid Symposium, Seattle, Washington, 14-15 March 1989.

72. "Clifford Algebras, Differential Forms, and Magnetic Fields", Mathematics Colloquium, Rochester Institute of Technology, 14 April 1989.

73. "MILO: An Algebraic Manipulation Program for the MACINTOSH Computer", invited talk at the IVth. Topical Conference on the Applications of Computers to Teaching, University of Texas at San Antonio, 21 July 1989.

74. "New Results in Magnetohydrostatics: Ideal Plasma as a High-Temperature Superconductor", contributed talk, 31st. Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Plasma Physics, Anaheim, California, 13-17 November 1989.

75. Panelist on: "Let's Bridge the Gap: Addressing the Crisis in Mathematics Education", National Science Foundation Topical Conference, San Antonio, Texas, 2 December 1989.

76. "The Spheromak as an Axisymmetric Spherical Dynamo", contributed paper at the 1990 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, Oakland, California, 21-23 May 1990.

77. "The Theory of Fibers: A New Description of Plasmas", seminar, Spectra Technology, Bellevue, Washington, 25 June 1990.

78. "Electromechanical Description of Tokamak Plasma Operation by Fiber Theory", contributed paper, Ninth Topical Meeting on the Technology of Fusion Energy, Oak Brook, Illinois, 7-11 October 1990 (presented by R. Carrera).

79. "Electromagnetism and Clifford Algebras", Graduate Electrical Engineering Seminar, University of Texas at San Antonio, 8 November 1990.

80. "Theory of Fibers: A New Description of Plasmas", contributed talk, 32nd. Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma Physics, American Physical Society, Cincinnati, Ohio, 12-16 November 1990.

81. "Preliminary Description of Tokamak Operation Using Fiber Theory", contributed paper, 32nd. Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma Physics, American Physical Society, Cincinnati, Ohio, 12-16 November 1990 (with R. Carrera).

82. "A Numerical Evaluation of the Spherical Pinch as a Possible Fusion Device", contributed paper, 32nd. Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma Physics, American Physical Society, Cincinnati, Ohio, 12-16 November 1990 (presented by E. Panarella).

83. "Towards a New Theory of Plasmas", contributed talk, Winter Meeting of the American Physical Society, San Antonio, Texas, 21-24 January 1991.

84. "Force-Reduced Configurations in Superconducting Magnets", Magnet Division Seminar, Superconducting Super Collider, Dallas, Texas, 25 March 1991.

85. "Clifford Algebras and their Applications to Physics", Theoretical Physics Seminar, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, 15 April 1991.

86. "A New Theory of Plasmas", Physics Colloquium, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, 16 April 1991.

87. "Lorentz Force and Magnetic Stress in Force-Free Configurations", Colloquium, National Institute for Fusion Science, Nagoya University, Japan, 5 July 1991.

88. "Fiber Theory in Fusion Plasmas and Superconducting Magnets", Physics Colloquium, Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan, 22 July 1991.

89. "New Developments Towards Thermonuclear Fusion", Mathematics Colloquium, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, 16 October 1991.

90. "Electromagnetic Field Theory of Nonlinear Complex Systems", Applied Mathematics Seminar, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, 1 November 1991.

91. "Oscillation and Reconnection of Plasma Fibers in a Description of Tokamak Phenomena", contributed talk, 33rd. Annual Meeting, Division of Plasma Physics of the American Physical Society, Tampa, Florida, 8 November 1991 (presented by R. Carrera).

92. "Recent Developments Towards Thermonuclear Fusion", Nonlinear and Computational Physics Seminar, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, 2 December 1991.

93. "Spin and the Fifth Dimension", Colloquium, Institute Henri Poincare, Paris, France, 7 January 1992.

94. "Fiber Theory for Tokamaks", Colloquium, FOM Institute for Plasma Physics, Nieuwegein, Holland, 16 January 1992.

95. "Solutions of the Equation B X CurlB = 0 and Force-Free Magnetic Fields", talk given at the Fifteenth Annual Texas Partial Differential Equations Conference, Denton, Texas, 7-8 March 1992.

96. "An Overview of the Fusion Program", Colloquium, Energy Systems Research Center, University of Texas at Arlington, 1 May 1992.

97. "The Development of the Fiber Theory of Plasmas", invited talk, Nineteenth IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, Tampa, Florida, 1-3 June 1992.

98. "Current-Carrying Plasmas and the Magnetic Field Ambiguity in Classical MHD Theory", contributed talk, Nineteenth IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, Tampa, Florida, 1-3 June 1992.

99. "Fiber Theory Applied to the Inductive Spherical Pinch", contributed talk, Nineteenth IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, Tampa, Florida, 1-3 June 1992.

100. "Mathematical Structure of Magnetic Fields", Mathematics Seminar, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas 17 July 1992.

101. "Mathematical Structure of Magnetic Fields", contributed talk, American Physical Society 34th Annual Meeting, Division of Plasma Physics, Seattle, Washington, 16 November 1992.

102. "Fiber Theory and the New Plasma Physics", Physics Colloquium, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, 31 March 1993.

103. "Mathematical Structure of Magnetic Fields", Mathematics Colloquium, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, 1 April 1993.

104. "Magnetic Confinement in a Tokamak", contributed talk, International Sherwood Fusion Theory Conference, Dallas, Texas, 14-16 March 1994.

105. "The Spherical Pinch Program", invited talk, International Symposium on Current Trends in Fusion Research, Washington, DC, 14-18 November 1994.

106. "General Background on the Progress of Fusion", presentation to the Science and Engineering Advisory Council, University of Texas at San Antonio, 19 June 1995.

107. "Geometry of the Spherical Pinch", invited paper at the Second Symposium on Current Trends in International Fusion Research, Washington DC, 10-14 March 1997.

108. "Quantitative Measures for Mandibular Extraction", presentation to the Division of Plastic Surgery, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 21 November 1997.

109. "A Contour Analysis of Mandibular Extraction", talk given at the San Angeles Hospital, Mexico City by V. Zadoo on work done by N. A. Salingaros, J. R. Garza, and V. Zadoo, 12 December 1997. 


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