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Niccolò Dambrosio

Research Associate
Institute for Computational Design and Construction
2017 - Current

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Keplerstr. 11
70174 Stuttgart
Deutschland

  1. 2021

    1. Bodea, S., Zechmeister, C., Dambrosio, N., Dörstelmann, M., & Menges, A. (2021). Robotic coreless filament winding for hyperboloid tubular composite components in construction. Automation in Construction, 126, 103649. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.autcon.2021.103649
  2. 2020

    1. Bodea, S., Dambrosio, N., Zechmeister, C., Gil-Perez, M., Koslowski, V., Rongen, B., Doerstelmann, M., Kyjanek, O., Knippers, J., & Menges, A. (2020). BUGA Fibre Pavilion: Towards Robotically-Fabricated Composite Building Structures. Fabricate 2020: Making Resilient Architecture, 234--243.
    2. Zechmeister, C., Bodea, S., Dambrosio, N., & Menges, A. (2020). Design for Long-Span Core-Less Wound, Structural Composite Building Elements. In C. Gengnagel, O. Baverel, & J. Burry (Eds.), Impact: Design With All Senses (pp. 401--415). Springer International Publishing.
  3. 2019

    1. Gil Pérez, M., Dambrosio, N., Rongen, B., Menges, A., & Knippers, J. (2019). Structural optimization of coreless filament wound components connection system through orientation of anchor points in the winding frames. In C. Lazaro, K.-U. Bletzinger, & E. Onate (Eds.), Proceedings of the IASS Annual Symposium 2019 – Structural Membranes 2019 Form and Force (Vol. 2019, pp. 1381--1388). International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures (IASS).
    2. Zechmeister, C., Bodea, S., Dambrosio, N., & Menges, A. (2019). Design for Long-Span Core-Less Wound, Structural Composite Building Elements. Impact: Design With All Senses Proceedings of the Design Modelling Symposium 2019, 401--415. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29829-6 32
    3. Dambrosio, N., Zechmeister, C., Bodea, S., Koslowski, V., Gil Pérez, M., Rongen, B., Knippers, J., & Menges, A. (2019). Buga Fibre Pavilion: Towards an architectural application of novel  fiber composite building systems. In K. Bieg, D. Briscoe, & C. Odom (Eds.), Acadia 2019: Ubiquity and Autonomy, proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture, Texas (pp. 140--149). Acadia Publishing Company.

ITECH MSc. Program

  • ITECH Master Thesis Advisor - Material performance (Spring/Summer 2020) 
  • ITECH Master Thesis Advisor - Thesis Prep (Fall/Winter 2019)
  • ITECH Fabrication Seminar - Performative Morphology (Spring/Summer 2020)
  • ITECH Design Studio - Performative Morphology (2018/19)
  • ITECH Architectural Biomimetics (Fall/Winter 2018)

Niccolò Dambrosio is a Research Associate at the Institute for Computational Design and Construction at the University of Stuttgart. He holds a Master in Architecture degree from the Polytechnic University of Bari as well as an advanced degree as a Master of Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.

With a profound interest in computational design processes and digital fabrication in architecture, Niccolò's current research focuses on the use of anisotropic fiber composite materials in additive production processes for high performance, lightweight structures.

Since July 2019, Niccolo is pursuing his PhD in the context of the Cluster of Excellence Integrative Computational Design and Construction for Architecture.

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