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Meaghan Dickson

Concrete Studio Intern & Team Lead 2022/23

Meaghan joined the CSALT lab as a research assistant in Fall 2022. Funded by the Concrete Studio program through the Canadian Precast Prestressed Concrete Institute, she was a major contributor to the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery exhibition piece by the CSALT collaborative which focuses on 3D printed architectural ceramics. Research and development from this project has informed future trajectories in topology optimization (using the Rhino plug-in tOpos) for concrete printed walls. Meaghan is currently working at Luce et Studio in San Diego California after completing her B.A.S. Her work experience in the public and private sector combined with her research experience in retrofit solutions for Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA) at McGill University and at Carleton provides a unique position for her as she enters practice at the intersection of analog and digital craft; looking at the functional applications of emerging technologies as well as the sensory quality of material properties.

Meaghan Dickson
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