Lisa M. Snyder
The Urban Simulation Team at UCLA

This site is not maintained and is primarily used for the transfer of temporary files related to the UST. Last updated 11/28/05.

Lisa M. Snyder received her doctorate from the Department of Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA in 2003 with a dissertation on the use of interactive computer models in undergraduate architectural history courses. She is currently a senior member of the Urban Simulation Team, associate director of outreach and operations for UCLA's Experiential Technologies Center, and the editor of the membership publication of the Los Angeles Conservancy, an architectural preservation non-profit organization. Through the Urban Simulation Team at UCLA, Snyder has two primary reconstruction projects: the Temple Mount complex in Jerusalem (for the Israel Antiquities Authority) and the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893. Lisa taught Architectural History at Woodbury University from 1990-2000.

To link to UST World's Columbian Exposition website
To link to UST Herodian Temple Mount website
To link to Jerusalem Archaeological Park
To link to Urban Simulation Team website

To link to and old Pantheon JAVA Project
To link to and old brick pattern JAVA Project
To link to and old cathedral bay JAVA Project
To link to Images of the Davidson Center in Jerusalem
To link to Progress pages from the construction of the Temple Mount model
To link to A movie that illustrates the ongoing Temple Mount educational application