Ariel Noyman is a researcher and a project leader at the MIT Media Lab's Changing Places group. He oversees the integration of the group's diverse research topics (city simulation, urban mobility, innovation districts and smart housing) to provide comprehensive solutions for large scale urban questions.
Noyman is an architect and an urban designer with more than a decade of experience in large-scale urban design, institutional and public projects, urban data visualization and graphic design. He practiced at leading architectural and design firms in the US, Europe and Israel. His work was featured in Domus, Archdaily, Dezeen and the Guardian to name a few.
Noyman taught architecture, urbanism and city science at MIT, Northeastern University and Bezalel Academy. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture (Cum Laude, ‘08) from the Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design, Jerusalem and a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design program from MIT where he held a research assistant position at the Center For Advanced Urbanism.