Headshot of M.T. Chang, head slightly tilted to the right, smiling at the camera.

M.T. Chang

Assistant Professor

Phone: 212-650-8711

Email: mtchang@ccny.cuny.edu

Office: SSA2M19

Educational Credentials :

  • Ph.D., Union Institute and Universities, 1996
  • M.Arch., Pratt Institute, 1991
  • B.Arch., Pratt Institute, 1989

Teaching Experience :

  • Assistant Professor, City College of New York, CUNY, 1999-present
  • Adjunct Professor, Queens College, CUNY, 2000-2002
  • Teaching Assistant, Pratt Institute, 1989-1990

Professional Experience :

  • Chief Operation Manager, International Architects Group, 2007-present
  • President, E-learning Consultants, 2002-present
  • Principal, Hypnos Design, 1996-present
  • Design Coordinator, EBASCO Services, 1991-1993

Selected Publications and Recent Research :

  • Computer Rendering in Architecture: Mental Ray, V-Ray, and 3ds Max, Routledge, forthcoming 2016.
  • Objects: Design and Craft within Spaces, Oscar Riera Ojeda Publishers, forthcoming 2016.
  • In Situ: George Ranalli Works & Projects, various renderings, Oscar Riera Ojeda Publishers, 2015.
  • Found Space: A Therapeutic Journey to Urban Resurrection, Infinity Publishing, 2003.
  • “Cinematic Allusions to Literary Works: The Commentary on Fritz Lang's Metropolis,” CCNY Morris R. Cohen Library Exhibition, 2003.
  • “I Dream of Genie in Virtual Space: A Study of Emerging Digital Technologies in Architecture,” Symposium: Virtual Recreations of the Destroyed, the Altered and the Never Built, University of Cincinnati-CERHAS, 2005.
  • “Do We Dream of Electric Sheep in Cyberspace?” ACSA Central Regional Conference Proceedings, Elgin, Illinois, 2004.
  • “A Constant Evolution - A Glimpse at the 21st Century Education in Building Construction Systems Technology,” Connector, 2004.

Professional Memberships :

  • ARCADE Organization (Advanced Research: Computer Design & Research), President, 2009
  • American Society of Civil Engineers, Affiliate Member, 2009
  • 3DS User Group, Member, 2006
  • The Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA), Member, 2003
  • WHO'S WHO Historical Society for inclusion in the 2001-2002 Edition of International WHO'S WHO of Professionals, 2002
  • International Edition of the Who's Who on The Web Directory (acknowledges individual, websites and companies distinguished by their professionalism, success, and achievements), 2002
  • The MicroStation Community (TMC), Member, 2001
  • The New York City Chapter of the MicroStation Community, Member, 2001
  • Visual CADD Group, Member, 2001
  • 2000 EFNET AutoDesk User Group (E.A.U.G.), Member, 2000