Kenneth J. Knoespel is McEver Professor of Engineering and the Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech. He has served as Interim Dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and as Chair of the School of Literature, Communication & Culture. He has a joint-appointment with the School of History Technology & Society and an adjunct appointment in the College of Architecture. Knoespel has published widely visualization and science studies and most recently has taught a graduate seminars in the College of Architecture devoted to the design and morphology and the future of museums. Work from the seminars has been presented in Greece, Italy, France, England, and Denmark. In addition to recent work on cognition and visual practice in mathematics and architecture, he has worked on problems of ambiguity within the natural and human sciences. He has worked closely with universities in Europe as well as Russia and is currently completing a project concerned with cities and landscape on the Baltic Sea. At Georgia Tech, he has participated in the development of undergraduate and graduate programs that focus on emergent digital media. He was a founding editor of Configurations: A Journal for Literature, Science, and Technology, published by Johns Hopkins University Press. He has held research appointments at the Cornell University, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and at he Russian Academy of Science. Knoespel received his Ph.D from the University of Chicago and has taught at the University of Uppsala, the University of Chicago, Cornell University, Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, Söderstörns Högskola, Stockholm, and the Russian Academy of Science.