Deniz Tuzcuoglu
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Deniz Tuzcuoglu is a lecturer and a researcher at the Eindhoven University of Technology. She has a background in architecture and civil engineering, and her PhD research is about user behaviour and satisfaction considering smart technology in workplaces. Currently, she is conducting research on hybrid, smart, and future workplace preferences in municipalities.

Her PhD research received an NWO SURF POP UP grant in 2019 in collaboration with the Municipality of Eindhoven and !mpuls B.V.(www.verdus.nl/project/user-satisfaction). Her research interests include environmental psychology, workplace environments, technology and its benefits for society.

In addition to her research activities, she has over ten years of experience in education. She delivers lectures on architecture topics such as Introduction to architectural design projects and graphic design. Within the Built Environment Department at TU/e, she has been teaching Digital Media courses for over five years. These courses cover Digital (using Adobe Creative Solutions, Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign), Technical Drawings (using BIM Software, ArchiCAD), and Virtual environment renderings (using Twinmotion for basic rendering and Unreal Engine for real-time rendering). She has also been tutoring the Spatial Imagination course for third-year Bachelor students for over three years.

Furthermore, she is a co-initiator and applicant of the Digital Exhibition platform.

For more information, please visit www.deniztuzcuoglu.com

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