Erik Herrmann is a visiting researcher at the Institute for Computational Design (ICD) at the University of Stuttgart. He joins the Institute as a 2014/2015 German Chancellor’s Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. His research considers the evolving roles of architects, scientists and engineers working in computationally-mediated design environments through case studies of pioneering digital design experiments in Germany.
Erik is a recent graduate of the Yale University School of Architecture (M. Arch, 2012) where he was awarded the Carroll L.V. Meeks Memorial Scholarship in recognition of outstanding performance in History.
Professionally, Erik has practiced with Gray Organschi Architecture and Trahan Architects. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design (2007). His work and writings have appeared in CLOG and Perspecta: Money.