Ingeborg Rocker joined Dassault Systèmes in 2014 as the Vice President of 3DEXPERIENCity and has been responsible for developing the Dassault Systèmes vision and strategy for modeling and simulating our planet, with a particular focus on the circular economy of resources and urban settlements. 3DEXPERIENCity® proposes the ‘Operational Twin’ as a virtual equivalent of the city, along with its systems and facilities – offering a virtual version of the real-time condition of the city – linking design and run in continuous feedback loops intrinsically with one another.
In 2015 Ingeborg also joined the Dassault Systèmes Corporate Strategy Team with a focus on developing new business visions and opportunities worldwide.
Most recently, Ingeborg has been named Dassault Systèmes VP for Strategy and Digital Transformation of the Cross Industry Teams focusing on the following disciplines: Materials, Cyberphysical Systems, Cobots + Robots, Value Chain, IoT/IoE and City.
Prior to joining Dassault Systèmes, Ingeborg worked for 9 years as a Professor at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University where she taught Architectural and Urban Design and gave courses in the FAB lab, and seminars in the theory sequence. She received her PhD from Princeton University in 2010, her Master of Art from Princeton University in 2003, her Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in 1996 and her Diploma in Architecture from the RTWH Aachen, Germany in 1995. She has taught at Columbia University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Harvard University, and has worked with internationally renowned architects and urban planners.
Ingeborg has published and lectured internationally, and publications regarding her work at Dassault Systèmes have been featured in several newspapers, magazines, and on television.