Angelos Chronis is the head of the City Intelligence Lab at the Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna and he teaches at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia and the Bauhaus University in Weimar. He studied Architecture at the University of Patras and Computational Design at the Bartlett, UCL and has completed his PhD as a Marie-Curie Fellow at the Innochain Innovative Training Network. He has previously worked as an Associate at Foster+Partners and has been teaching at the Bartlett, UCL, the IUAV in Venice and the TU Graz.
His research mainly focuses on performance driven design and simulation but he has worked in various fields, including AI and machine learning, AR/VR, 3D scanning, digital fabrication and interactive installations. He has developed various design systems and simulation interfaces, including InFraReD, an AI based design framework for urban planning.