Ariel Noyman is a researcher, lecturer, architect, and urban designer working to fuse cities and technology.
Noyman has over a decade of experience in large-scale urban, institutional and private design projects, city-science and data visualization, academic research and teaching. Noyman is a researcher in the City Science group at the MIT Media Lab, where he works on integrating the group’s diverse research topics (city simulation, urban mobility, and smart spaces) to provide comprehensive solutions for large scale urban challenges.
Noyman received his master's of science in architecture and urban design program at MIT. Parallel to his studies, he held a research assistant position at the Center for Advanced Urbanism at MIT SA+P. Prior to MIT, Noyman graduated from the School of Architecture at Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design, Jerusalem (cum laude, ‘08), where he later held a lecturer position. Since 2006, he has practiced in leading architecture and design firms in the US, Europe, and Israel, while developing an independent body of work through projects, competitions, research and exhibitions. Additionally, Noyman is an adjunct professor of architecture and urbanism at Northeastern University, where he teaches design workshops on architecture, micro-housing, and urban design.