Boake is a Full Professor of Architecture at the University of Waterloo, Canada. She teaches in the area of Building Construction, AESS, Environmental Design and Film. Boake holds a professional degree in Architecture from the University of Waterloo and a post professional degree in Architecture from the University of Toronto. She works with the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction, through the Steel Structures Education Foundation, to develop interactive multimedia case studies to promote the teaching of steel construction in schools of architecture. She has written the “CISC Guide for Specifying Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel”. 


is the Director of the Laboratory for Applied Building Science at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University.  His lab focuses on the application of science and technology to architectural design problems in research areas such as advanced materials, automated manufacturing and construction, computational workflow and innovative building systems.  As Director, Mr. Anzalone leads research and curriculum related to the research groups at the Lab, teaches core graduate courses in architectural technology, as well as provides consulting for numerous creative constructed projects at the School and with industry partners.

Weismantle, Director of Supertall Building Technology at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG) in Chicago, is responsible for overseeing the technical development of the firm’s supertall projects from concept to completion. His current projects include Greenland Center, a 600+ meter tall project in Wuhan, China; Dongcun Center, a 468 meter tall tower in Chengdu, China and the Kingdom Tower, a project in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, that, when completed, will be the tallest building in the world at more than 1000 meters.

is a tenured Associate Professor of Architecture and founding Director of the Digital Fabrication Laboratory [dFAB] in the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University. Jeremy’s award winning teaching, research and practice focuses on the convergence of tectonics, materiality and digital technologies and their relationship to contemporary culture.Jeremy's professional practice and research operates across multiple scales, from object to building and utilizes emergent digital workflows to explore opportunities for a reinvigorated understanding of architecture’s material and cultural potential. 

Kucker is an associate professor of architecture at the University of Cincinnati. She currently serves as associate dean for curriculum and faculty affiars for the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. In the studio, Patricia's focus is in on building assemblies, building systems and tectonics, and her innovative approaches to curriculum and teaching have received numerous awards. Patricia Kucker has taught at several schools including the the University of Virginia, Penn State and the University of Arkansas. Recently, Ms. Kucker became a NAAB board member.

Martini teaches structural design at the University of Virginia School of Architecture. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley in 1980, a Master of Science in Structural Engineering and a Master of Architecture in 1982, and a Ph.D. in Structural Engineering in 1990: all from U.C. Berkeley. He is a licensed Civil Engineer in California and has worked at Skidmore, Owings and Merrill in San Francisco. In 1989 he completed post-doctoral studies at Tokyo University in 1992. Since then, he has taught at UVa.