Curriculum Vitae


MPS, Creative Technology

Interactive Telecommunications Program,
New York University, 2009-2011

BFA, Art History and
BFA, Interdisciplinary Studio Arts

Kansas City Art Institute, 2003-2007


Managing Researcher

Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College
Dr. Jeremy Faludi, Green 3D Printing, 01/2018-Pres.

Studio Manager & Design Engineer

William Betts Studio, automated fine art, 2014-2017

Adjunct Faculty, Interdisciplinary Sculpture

Maryland Institute College of Art, digital fabrication, 2014

R&D Engineer: Materials & Processes

MakerBot Industries, 3D printing materials, 2011-2013



Faludi, Jeremy, Corrie Van Sice, and Yuan Shi. “A Protocol for Guiding the Development of Greener AM Materials.” Symposium ES13–Materials Selection and Design–A Tool to Enable Sustainable Materials Development and a Reduced Materials Footprint, Materials Research Society, Apr. 2019.

Faludi, Jeremy, Corrie M. Van Sice, Yuan Shi, et al. “Novel Materials Can Radically Improve Whole-System Environmental Impacts of Additive Manufacturing.” Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 212, Mar. 2019, pp. 1580–90.

Catts, Oron, Ionat Zurr, and Corrie Van Sice. “The Mechanism of Life, After Stephane Leduc.” Semipermeable (+), edited by Oron Catts, International Symposium on Electronic Art, SymbioticA at the University of Western Australia, 2013, pp. 12–13.

Van Sice, Corrie M. “sub•strate (n).” Fieldnotes: From Landscape to Laboratory, edited by Laura Beloff et al., The Finnish Society of Bioart, 2013, pp. 230–35.

Parkes, Amanda, and Steve Dietz, editors. Regeneration: Artists on Cultural Sustainability Exhibition Catalog. New York Hall of Science, 2012. (contributor)


Steiner, Robert J., and Van Sice, Corrie M. Thermochromic Build Materials. US9404200, 2012.

Invited Speaking

Guest Speaker, GE Garages at STORY, New York, NY
How Biology is Changing the Way we Build
Guest Speaker, Columbia University, School of Architecture, New York, NY
How Biology is Changing the Way we Build: Materials as Systems
Refresh Miami: 3D Printing, Miami-Dade College, Miami, FL
Panelist for conversation on rapid prototyping technologies
PechaKucha Global Night, Miami, FL
Innovation and Folly in a Biotech Future, named “Presentation of the Day”
Guest Speaker, Columbia University, Grad. School of Architecture & Planning, New York, NY
Control and Design for Biomaterial Systems
Guest Speaker, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, MA
Future Craft w/ Prof. Amanda Parkes: Systems Thinking for the Material World
Panelist, Freestyle Fashion Conference, LIM College, New York, NY
The Future of Wearables
Guest Speaker, The Company Lab, Chattanooga, TN
The Future of 3D Printing: Intellectual Trade-grounds in Science and Technology
Guest Speaker, SymbioticA: The Center for Excellence in Biological Art, University of Western Australia, Perth, WA.
3D Printing and Biomaterials in Science, Art and Technology

Mentoring & Workshops

Workshop Instructor, 3rd Ward, Brooklyn, NY
Mold-Making Techniques, six week course
Workshop Instructor, Interactive Telecommunications Program NYU, New York, NY
Demystifying Digital Fabrication, intro to the CNC router and CAM
Mentor, NYU-Gallatin and Genspace Community Biology Lab, New York, NY
iGEM Synthetic Biology Competition, microbial materials project
Guest Speaker and Workshop Instructor, BiofiliA, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland
BioMaterials and Hacked Rapid Prototyping Technologies
Workshop Instructor, The Lab Miami, Miami, FL
3D Printing and Design, 3D printing applications, communities and design tools


Artist Researcher, Field Notes, Kilpisjärvi Biological Station, Lapland, Finland
Artist Researcher, BiofiliA, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland
Semipermeable(+), Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia
Grow Your Own, Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
My Brain is in my Inkstand, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI
GLOBALE: Exo-Evolution, ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Germany
New Alchemists, Salamanca Art Center, Hobart, Tasmania