Evangelos Kotsioris is a PhD candidate in the history and theory program at the Princeton School of Architecture. His research interests involve the intersections of postwar modernist architecture of the Soviet Union and information technologies. He graduated with first-class honors from the School of Architecture of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2009), studied as an exchange student at the faculty of architecture of TU Delft (2007), and earned his postprofessional master’s in architecture II from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (2011). He has worked as an architect in Greece (2003–09) and Holland at OMA (2007–08). In parallel to practice, he worked as a research assistant at AUTh and Harvard GSD. He has taught introductory courses in the history and theory of architecture and architectural photography at the GSD (2010–11), as well as led design studios at the GSD and the Boston Architectural College (2011). Evangelos’s work has been featured in international exhibitions such as the Venice Biennale of Architecture (2006) and in magazines such as Mark, Frame, and Conditions. His essays and articles have been presented at architectural conferences at Harvard and Columbia universities as well as in specialized publications.