As a member of the space-syntax and museum communities, I am committed to the principles of academic interaction through publication, conference attendance and seminar talks. Listed below are some recent publications and seminar titles related to visitor flow analysis and exhibit design:
- Rohloff, I. K. (2013) "Urban Morphologies of Mill Towns and Positive Transformation. Analyzing Regenerative Capacity of the Morphology of Holyoke" In Proceedings of the 9th International Space Syntax Symposium, Sejong University, Seoul, S. Korea; Oct.31-Nov. 4.
- Rohloff, I. (2013). "Can IT industry regenerate mill towns? Holyoke's revitalization through land-use and urban design" ARCC Architectural Research Conference: The Visibility of Research, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte; March, 27-30.
- Rohloff, I. K. and Rohloff, K. (2012) "Modeling Spatial Activity Distributions in Complex Urban Conditions: The Markov Chain Model for Weighting Spaces with Attractors" 100th ACSA Annual Meeting; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, March 1-4.
- Rohloff, I. K. (2012) "How Do We Read Narratives within Geometric Order of Space? Morphologies of Museum Intertwining or Dissociating Navigation and Exhibit Viewing" In M. Greene, J. Reyes, and A. Castro (Eds.) Proceedings of the 8th International Space Syntax Symposium, Santiago: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; January 3-6, 2012.
- Rohloff, I. K. (2011) "Neighborhood Parks and Their Spatial Properties: Exploring the Effects of Green Open Spaces on People's Behavioral Patterns in High Density Districts" submitted to EDRA 43: Emergent Place-making Conference; Seattle, May 28-June 2.
- Rohloff, I. K. (2011) "Aligning Museum Building Projects with Institutional Goals: A Visitor-Experience Centered Approach" Working Papers, University of Michigan Museum Studies Program.
- Rohloff, I. K. (2011) "Environmental Preference Attributes in Museum Interiors: Towards an Architectural Understanding of 'Mystery' Element in Visual-Spatial Information" presented in the Death and Life of Social Factors: A Conference Reexamining Behavioral and Cultural Research in Environmental Design, at the Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, California, USA, April 29-May 1.
- Rohloff, I. K. (2010) "Critical Assessment of Architectural Design using Space Syntax Analysis", in Preconference Intensive Workshop: Teaching Environment Design Research to Architecture Students chaired by Dr. E. Pavlides and Dr. G. Cranz: "Developing Field Work Methods for Architecture Students Researching Users' Point of View" in the EDRA 41: Policy & Environment Conference, Washington D.C. June 2-5.
- Rohloff, I. K. (2010) "Visual Cues and Their Effects on Exploratory Movement in Museum Interiors", in EDRAMOVE Network Intensive, chaired by S. Torgrude and Dr. S. Haq in the EDRA 41: Policy & Environment Conference, Washington D.C. June 2-5.
- Kaynar Rohloff, I., Psarra, S. and Wineman, J. (2009) Experiencing Museum Gallery Layouts through Local and Global Visibility Properties in Morphology: an inquiry on the YCBA, the MoMA and the HMA, 7th International Space Syntax Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden, June 8-11th, 2009.
- Kaynar Rohloff, I. (2009) Museum Gallery Morphology and Orientation in Galleries: An Inquiry on the YCBA, the MoMA-New Extension (N.Y.) and the HMA, the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)-40, Kansas City, Missouri, May, 2009. (poster).
- Kaynar Rohloff, I. (2009) From Academic Research on Museum Buildings to Practice-Based Research for Planning Shopping Malls, Leadership in Architectural Research between Academia and the Profession, San Antonio, TX, April, 2009.
- Psarra, S., Wineman, J., Xu, Y. and Kaynar, I. (2007) Tracing the Modern: space, narrative and exploration in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, 6th International Space Syntax Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey, June 12-15, 2007.
- Kaynar, I. (2005) Visibility, movement paths and preferences in open plan museums: an observational and descriptive study on Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum, In Proceedings (Volume II) 5th International Space Syntax Symposium, Delft, the Netherlands.
- Kaynar, I., Lyons, L. and Pasek, Z. (2004) Creating an Informal Engineering Education Experience: Interactive Manufacturing Exhibit, in Proceedings, International Conference in Engineering Education, ICEE: Gainesville, FL.
- Kaynar, I. (2004) Patterns of circulation movement in a city-history museum: preferences through a re-structured medium, Design with Spirit Conference by The Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA), June, 2-6, 2004.
- Museums, Architecture and Visitor Experience, Smith College, Museum Concentration Program, Lecture Course: MUX 118, "The History and Critical Issues of Museums", November 21st, 2011.
- Planning Green Open Spaces for Sustainable Cities, Discussion in Brainbank session UCL Space Syntax Ltl, London, UK, August 22nd, 2011.
- Space syntax: A Quantitative Approach to Analyzing Human Spatial Activity in Urban Environments, Perception and Human Factors in Architecture course in Department of Architecture, Wentworth Institute of Technology, December 1, 2009.
- The Effect of Gallery Layouts on the Museum Experience, Case Studies: YCBA, MoMA, HMA, Boston Society of Architects, Museum and Exhibit Design Committee Meeting, Boston, MA, February 25th, 2009.
- A Museum for Three Missions: YCBA, Brown Bag Series in the Museum Studies Program, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, December 8th, 2005.
- Previous Work: Computer Aided Analyses and Space-Use in Museum Buildings with Dr. Sophia Psarra, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, September, 23th, 2005.
- Visibility, movement paths and preferences in open plan museums,” Brown Bag Series in the Museum Studies Program, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, March10th, 2005.
- Design Strategies in Architecture, The Antilium Project: An Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration on Design, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, April 7th, 2004.