David Serero is an architect and PHD researcher in the field of Architecture, Energy management and Artificial intelligence. Graduated from School of Architecture Paris-Malaquais and from a Master Degree in Advanced Architectural design in Architecture and Urban Planning from Columbia University in New York, M. Serero received in 2005, the Rome Prize of the French Academy in Rome, Villa Medici.
Currently associate professor at the Ecole d’Architecture Paris Val-de-Seine, Université de Paris, and researcher at EVCAU & GSA Laboratory. His research focuses on the impact of technology on architectural conception and fabrication. The research topics of David Serero includes : Augmented Architectural Design, Biomimetism, Artificial Intelligence, Zero Energy Building, Building Information Model.