Semra Arslan Selçuk graduated from the Department of Architecture, SU, Konya. She received her Ph.D. from the Department of Architecture, METU, Ankara. Her research interests involve computational design and manufacturing technologies in architecture and architectural education, biomimesis in architecture, form-finding processes in architecture, and sustainable design approaches using biomimetic approaches. She experienced many computational modeling techniques with Prof. Chris Williams, Bath University, England in 2005 and completed her post-doctoral research on BIM in collaboration with Dr. Wei Yan at Texas A&M University, USA, as a visiting scholar in 2011. She assisted in several courses at METU, 2004-2009. She has been on duty in the Department of Architecture, Gazi University as a full-time academic staff since 2014. Her recent publications are on biomimesis in architecture, performative architecture, digital design technologies and CAD/CAM processes, collaborative design knowledge, modeling, information and communication technologies in design education, and cognitive processes in design education and practice.