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Carlos Eugênio Moreira de Sousa


Assistant Professor at Department of Architecture and Urbanism


Eugênio Moreira has a bachelor's degree in Architecture and Urbanism (2011) and a master's degree in Architecture, Urbanism and Design (2018) in the research line Urban Planning and Information Design, both from the Federal University of Ceará (UFC). He is an Assistant-A professor at the same University (since 2019), where he teaches disciplines in the areas of Perception and Representation of Form and Architectural Design. He has experience in management and conservation of the built cultural heritage, having served as Articulator of the Material Heritage Cell of the Department of Historical and Cultural Heritage of the Municipal Office of Culture of Fortaleza (2013-2014). His academic interests include digital processes in Architecture, Urbanism, Product and Graphic Design (with emphasis on parametric design and digital fabrication), Building and City Information Modeling, and Architectural, Urbanistic and Landscape Heritage Documentation.



Form, Data, Matter: Photogrammetry and Digital Fabrication at the Service of Safeguarding the Built Cultural Heritage


The use of visual programming interface for structuring a generic digital framework in a City Information Model (CIM) workflow


A data-driven approach to inform planning process in informal settlements


Documentation and digital fabrication methods for restoration of eclectic metal ornaments


Digital Craftsmen: digital fabrication applied to restoration projects


Urban Data: input for the debate on the planning of the ZEIS in Fortaleza

Expanded Realities in the design process

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