Stanislav Roudavski is an artist, architect and researcher currently working as a Senior Lecturer in Digital Architectural Design at the University of Melbourne. In addition, he is a founding partner of the creative initiatives Elseware and ExLab. Stanislav’s research interests include philosophy of ecology, technology, design and architecture; design fiction and conceptual designing; parametric and generative processes in architecture; emergence and self-organisation; complex geometries and digital fabrication; virtual and augmented environments; theory and practice of place-making; and practice-based research methodologies. The outcomes of his practice and research have been disseminated through multiple publications and international exhibitions including ACADIA, ISEA, FutureEverything and others. Stanislav serves on the editorial boards of the International Journal of Architectural Computing and the Digital Creativity journal. He is also a member of committees of CAAD Futures and CAADRIA conferences. Before arriving to Melbourne in 2009, Stanislav worked on research projects at the University of Cambridge, had a teaching engagement at MIT and practiced architecture in several European countries. Stanislav holds degrees of Master of Architecture / Master of Fine Arts from the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg (Russia), Master of Science in Computer-Aided Architectural Design from the University of Strathclyde (UK) and Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Cambridge (UK).