Born in Xi'an, studied architecture, media and philosophy in China and Europe. B. Arch of Tongji University, Dipl. -Ing. in Technology University Berlin.
Worked as architect:
Since 2005 Partner of DAtrans, Shanghai
2003-2004 Architect in Herzog & de Meuron in Switzerland, worked on the project of 2008 National Olympic Stadium, Peking
1999-2003 Architect at architecture office Leonwohlhagewernick and Prof. Bernhardt Winking BDA, etc.
Worked as academician:
Since 2001 founded the international urban architecture research association DAtrans, focus on interactive relationship between urban, culture and new media.
Guest critic, HABITAT UNIT, TU Berlin
Lecturer, Architecture Department, Tongji University, Shanghai
WU Jie is the founder and art directer of DAtrans. She achieved her doctoral degree at the University of Bremen supervised by Prof. Frieder Nake, and currently works as Associate Professor and Director of Media and Communication Design in the College of Design & Innovation at Tongji University. Her research and visual art work focuses on digital images, algorithmic aesthetics, interactive media, technology and culture, and so on. She is the author of The Origin of Digital Humans: 1964-2001.