Noa Younse is a designer interested in computational techniques for visualizing data and generating algorithmic art. He has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. He has worked on large-scale permanent lighting and media installations as well as small temporary data interactives and graphics with various collaborative partners. Based in New York, Noa teaches visualization courses at a variety of institutions such as Columbia University and the School of Visual Art, emphasizing the use of Processing to analyze and interpret datasets. He teaches Code Literacy - An Introduction to Interactive Programming, during the Summer Intensive in Interaction Design.