Philippe Morel, architect (Summa cum Laude, 2004) and theorist, co-founder of EZCT Architecture & Design Research (2000) and XtreeE (2015, a large-scale 3D printing company of which he was the founder, backer, and first president) is currently a visiting professor at UCL Bartlett and Associate Professor at the École nationale supérieure d'architecture Paris-Malaquais, where he headed the Digital Knowledge department (http://dk-digital-knowledge.com/, co-founded with Professer Chritian Girard). He recently assisted École des Ponts ParisTech in the creation of a specialized Master's degree related to digital design and manufacturing technologies, a Master's degree for which he also chaired the scientific and academic committee. Philippe Morel regularly presents his work in exhibitions and conferences, in universities, research institutes, and museums (Harvard GSD, Columbia GSAPP, Pratt Institute, ETH Zurich, MIT? TU Delft, EHESS, IaaC, ENS Lyon, Mori Art Museum Tokyo, TY Wien, Centre Pompidou, French Institute in India, New Delhi, etc.). He has organized, or co-organized, numerous exhibitions (including the International Mathematica Symposium 2006 and Architecture beyond forms: the computational turn at the Maison de l'architecture et de la ville PACA in Marseille) and is a member of several editorial boards (including that of the Springer Series in Adaptive Environments magazine).