Adam Doulgerakis holds a Diploma in Architecture from the School of Architecture of the National Technical University of Athens (2005) and an MSc in “Adaptive Architecture and Computation” (distinction, 2007) from the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, U.C.L. He is a registered architect in the Technical Chamber since 2006 and works as a freelance architect. He has collaborated with the SimLab of the School of Architecture N.T.U.A. as a collaborating researcher and currently, he works as a collaborating researcher in the Integrated Systems Laboratory of N.C.S.R.D. while pursuing his PHD at the School of Architecture N.T.U.A. He has experience in the field of research and development in the framework of national and European research projects and his research and academic interests lie in the fields of computational and parametric design, human spatial behavior modelling, virtual and immersive environments, and spatial analysis.