Rafael Moya Castro
is a Chilean architect who holds a doctorate in architecture from RMIT, Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory. He has unique experience of designing with wind, combining physical and digital modelling and simulation of urban wind in the early design of auxiliary architecture. He has published on this topic.
is a PhD candidate from SIAL, RMIT where he is investigating the multimodal sensory fusion of the thermal environment, our thermoregulatory system and how we perceive our thermal state. He is working with electronic sensing technology to contribute to the understanding of thermal comfort with a hedonistic approach. Daniel has a multidisciplinary academic background in Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering and Architecture. Daniel is currently tutoring at RMIT University in the architecture and engineering schools and lead a cluster in the Sense and Sustainability workshop at the Technical University of Catalonia.