02.22.08 | W.M. Keck Lecture Hall @ 1pm
David Gerber: InFORMation & InNOVAtion
Dr. David Jason Gerber has worked as an architect in the US, Europe and Asia, for the Steinberg Group, Moshe Safdie, Gehry Technologies, and as a project architect for Zaha Hadid, among other firms. He has held appointments at MIT's Media Lab as a research fellow, as well as numerous teaching and research fellowships at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and as Harvard University's Frederick Sheldon Fellow. He has been an instructor at the Architectural Association's Design Research Laboratory in London, Innsbruck University, the EPFL Switzerland and has been a guest speaker and critic at Harvard and MIT. At SCI-Arc, he instructs courses in the Applied Sciences and studios in design, design computation, AEC technologies, and fabrication, emphasizing associative parametric design strategies and Building Information Modeling as a means of design exploration and realization.
Dr. Gerber holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of California Berkeley (1996), a Master of Architecture from the Architectural Association DRL in London (2000) Master of Design Studies (2003) and Doctor of Design from Harvard University Graduate School of Design (2007).