Teng Teng is a doctoral student and research fellow at the Polyhedral Structures Laboratory, Weitzman School of Design, University of Pennsylvania. He is an interdisciplinary researcher as well as an experienced architect. He holds two Master of Science degrees from Cornell University and the University of Washington. He was formerly appointed as a research associate in Jenny Sabin Lab at Cornell University and a lecturer in the Shanghai Institution of Visual Art. As a researcher, his primary research interests reside in Robotics, Computational Design, and Human-Computer Interaction. He is particularly interested in HCI issues in the design and fabrication process, focusing on providing intelligent and instructive computational tools for designers and makers. Teng was also a licensed architect. He worked at a Seattle-based renowned international architecture firm for several years as a project architect and computational leader. He earned various practical experiences in conceptual design to construction administration from more than twenty large-scale mixed-use, retail, and residential projects across Asia, Mid East, and North America.