Master of Design Studies in Technology, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Bachelor of Architecture, Iowa State University College of Design 
Erin Hunt is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Texas Tech University's Huckabee College of Architecture. She is an architectural and computational designer. She teaches design studios and seminars on computational design, digital fabrication, and robotics. Erin received the Texas Tech University Alumni Association New Faculty Award in the spring of 2023. 
Her research focuses on methods for incorporating digital fabrication and computational design into architectural manufacturing. Her current research investigates the latent potential of reusable, water-soluble 3D-printed concrete formwork using Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) and clay for a more circular and complex concrete casting. This research aims to reduce formwork waste and embodied carbon emission of concrete casting through formwork recycling and optimization. She has received two awards for her research investigating water-soluble concrete formwork, including the 2019 ACADIA Autodesk Emerging Research Award with Shelby Elizabeth Doyle AIA and the 2021 Peter Rice Prize with Yaxuan Liu for Structural Innovation in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. 
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