Verena Vogler is a German architect and a doctoral candidate at the InfAR group at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism, Bauhaus University in Weimar (Prof Sven Schneider and Jun- Prof Jan Willmann). In her research, she investigates computational methods for artificial coral reef design and 3-D high- res underwater monitoring. She is a scholar of the German Academic Research Foundation and the Andrea von Braun Foundation.
Since 2014 she collaborates with McNeel Europe (Robert McNeel & Associates) in the fields of software training for Rhinoceros® and coordination for Horizon 2020 research projects.
She holds a diploma degree with Honors in Architecture of the University of Applied Science in Leipzig (HTWK) and a Master in Advanced Architecture at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IaaC).