Theodora Vardouli is an architect and researcher, currently pursuing a PhD in Design and Computation at the MIT Department of Architecture. Her work traces relationships between open architecture and computation from the 1960s to the present. Her research has been featured in the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012, presented in international conferences, and published in journals and magazines, such as Leonardo, DOSYA and others. She has co-organized the exhibition "Things to Think With" for MIT150, curated the MIT Design and Computation Group participation in the Advances in Architectural Geometry 2012 Video Panorama in Pompidou, Paris, and co-chaired the 2013 workshop "Intelligent Environments (f)or Creative Learning," hosted by IE'13, and the 2013 Conference "Futures Past: Design and the Machine" at the MIT School of Architecture and Planning. Theodora holds a SMArchS in Design and Computation from MIT, a MSc in Design-Space-Culture, and an MArch from the National Technical University of Athens. She is an MIT Presidential Fellow, and a Fulbright, Onassis and Leventis Scholar. Parallel to her academic endeavors, she practices architecture in Greece.