Mark J. Clayton, PhD

William M. Peña Professor of Information Management

Department of Architecture

Texas A&M University


Academic interests

Since the mid-1980’s I have explored the effective use and impact of computational technology on architecture. My current agenda is organized around three grand challenges:

1.       House 9.5 billion people by the year 2050.

2.       Devise methods to achieve sustainable communities.

3.       Devise a computational model of architectural and urban beauty.

This agenda can be discerned in my publication and activities, in the design work of my students, and in the theses and dissertations that students complete under my supervision.

Curriculum Vitae

Samples of work by my students

Theses and dissertations supervised

Updated 22 November 2016