Malgorzata Zboinska holds a PhD in advanced digital architectural design. She is the leader of an artistic research project Architectural Convertibles, funded by the Swedish Research Council Vetenskapsrådet and a Work Package Leader for the innovation project Would Wood, funded by Sweden’s Innovation Agency Vinnova. She is an active, EU-licensed architect, a member of the Swedish Association of Architects and the National Chamber of Architects of Poland. In the architectural practice, she is currently working part-time at Dsearch, an R&D unit of White Research Lab, at Scandinavia’s leading architectural office White arkitekter, where she previously also held the role of a Digital Design & BIM Methodology Leader.Malgorzata’s research stems from the field of digital architectural design, spreading over a broad range of related issues, including complex geometrical 3D modeling, computational design, programming, associative parametric modeling, performance-oriented design, fabrication using digital machines such as 3D printers and robots, interactive prototyping and interactive/responsive architecture design. Malgorzata Zboinska has contributed to digital architecture research through publications in renowned computer-aided design journals and conferences in Europe, North America and Asia. She has also exhibited her artistic architectural research work in Sweden and abroad, with key exhibitions embracing "The Voluminous Architectural Substance" at the Tempe Center for the Arts in the USA in 2019, "The Haptic Flesh" at Dutch Design Week 2018, "The Architectural Convertibles" at the Design Computing Conference 2018 in Prague, "The Embodiments" at AHA! Festival of Art and Science 2014 in Gothenburg, Sweden, and "The Voronoi Cupola" at Gdynia Design Days 2014 in Poland.