Amelia Gan is an architectural designer and researcher with an interest in bio-based materials and human-computer interactions. She is currently the Irving Innovation fellow at Harvard Graduate School of Design. 
She holds a Master in Design, Mediums (Technology) from Harvard GSD, where her Open Project, Place-Time: From Waste to 3D CAD was awarded the Digital Design Prize. She also holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University, where she received the Dean’s Citation for Excellence and Crown & Wise-Marcus Award for her architectural thesis, titled Speculative Spoliation: Instrument of Locus Making and Identity-Mediation. Her works have been published in ACADIA, eCAADe, ACII and various others.
In collaboration with friends, Amelia previously completed a design-build residency at Ragdale, where she contributed to the creation of Echo - an outdoor performance stage for Ragdale Ring 2022. Her prior  professional experience includes positions at ALLTHATISSOLID, YTL, and Lehman Smith McLeish (LSM). During her two years at LSM, she was a project designer, overseeing the design and management of construction projects in Washington D.C, Palo Alto, and London. 
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