Nil Tuzcu is a technologist, designer and researcher working on data-driven urban representations, digital humanities and urban history. She builds visual and digital tools for urban research particularly to examine dynamics of geographical circulations of culture, identity, information, and their implications for the urban environment. She has taught urban and design studios at the Boston Architectural College as an Adjunct Professor. She is currently teaching workshop series on digital mapping at MIT.
She studied at Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a SPURS Fellow at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning and completed her Master’s Degree in Architecture and Media at the Cornell University.