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Neil Leach is Professor at the European Graduate School, Visiting Professor at Harvard GSD and Tongji University, Adjunct Professor at USC, and a NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts Fellow. He is currently working on a research project funded by NASA to develop a robotic fabrication technology to print structures on the Moon and Mars.

Neil Leach has published 25 books, which have been translated into 6 other languages. His publications on architectural theory include Rethinking Architecture (Routledge, 1997), The Anaesthetics of Architecture (MIT Press, 1999), Millennium Culture (Ellipsis, 1999), Architecture and Revolution (Routledge, 1999), The Hieroglyphics of Space (Routledge, 2002), Forget Heidegger (Paideia, 2006) and Camouflage (MIT Press, 2006). His publications on computational design include Designing for a Digital World (Wiley, 2002), Digital Tectonics (Wiley, 2004), Machinic Processes (CABP, 2010), Fabricating the Future, (Tongji UP, 2012), Scripting the Future, (Tongji UP, 2012), Design Intelligence: Advanced Computational Research (CABP, 2013) and Swarm Intelligence, (Tongji UP, forthcoming).