Eric Sauda is a Professor of Architecture in the School of Architecture. He is a registered architect who specializes in the use of digital and computational technologies and their transformative effect on architecture. He is director of the Digital Arts Center in the College of Arts + Architecture. His research has focused on the areas of urban visualization and interactive architecture. He works closely with the Urban Visualization Research Group, the Charlotte Visualization Center at the College of Computing and Informatics, the ComputingInPlace Research Group, and the Vice-Chancellor for Information Technology.