Dino Rossi, currently developing the Adaptive Systems Lab within the Chair for Architecture and Sustainable Building Technologies at the ETH Zurich, is a designer/fabricator originally from California. During 2009-10 he was studying and working in the Chair of Computer Aided Architecture Design (CAAD) at the ETH Zürich where his research focused on the confluence of computational design/fabrication and unpredictable material processes. Previous to his arrival in Zürich, he collaborated with Andrew Kudless (MATSYS) on the P_Wall project for SFMoMA (2009), and was artist in residence at David Ireland‘s 500 Capp St house in San Francisco, CA.
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Edyta Augustynowicz is an architect from Poland. In September 2010 she graduated from the MAS course at the ETH with the major at Computer Aided Architectural Design. Her main area of focus is interactivity, programming in architecture and new technologies.

Sofia Georgakopoulou is a biophysicist and design programmer from Greece. She has studied physics in the University of Athens and earned her PhD in biophysics in the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Her work focused on light- sensitive organisms and structures, as well as on creating programs that would explain the experimental results. She continued to develop her programing skills by participating in the MAS course on Computer Aided Architectural Design in the ETH in Zurich. Currently she is exploring new technologies and materials in architecture, in collaboration with the ETH Zurich.

Stefanie Sixt is a german architect and designer. She has previously worked for SNØHETTA architects Oslo and is currently completing the MAS CAAD program at the ETHZ. Her special interests range from material research, product design, interface design, exhibition design and public installations to architecture and urbanism with a focus on social needs.