The symposium aims to bring together educators, researchers and professionals under the common goal of developing and presenting computational design and production workflows and to open a debate on the potential of such techniques in delivering positive results for a more sustainable future. Through a bottom-up approach, the symposium aims to cover the range of computational processes and workflows in design, analysis, performance evaluation and in the context of physical production, using digital fabrication mechanisms. Whether design methodologies include parametric and generative design processes, performance driven or performance oriented approaches, optimization techniques, and so on or whether fabrication mechanisms include additive manufacturing, robotic fabrication, and so on. Proposals following similar directions and which correspond to the theme of the symposium are welcome and may be submitted.
Given the wide range of directions that such computational workflows could get, the symposium and the workshop attempt to cover both on a theoretical and on a practical level, different approaches ranging from digital design to prototyping and possible workflows of methodological investigation in-between, by connecting the virtual with the physical and vice versa towards a more sustainable future.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- AI for design and built environment
- Building Information Modelling
- CAAD education
- City modelling and GIS
- Collaborative and participative design
- Design concepts and strategies
- Design tools development
- Design and structure optimisation
- Digital application in construction
- Digital design for sustainable buildings
- Digital fabrication and robotics
- Generative design
- Human-computer interaction in design
- Information technologies and cultural heritage
- Internet of things for built environments
- Material studies
- Parametric modelling
- Shape, form and geometry
- Simulation, prediction and evaluation
- Smart and responsive design
- Smart cities
- Spatial reasoning and ontologies
- VR, AR and visualisation
Authors of accepted abstracts are kindly invited to submit their full papers before March 29th, 2018. The full paper (8 or 10 pages) must be edited and submitted via the ProceeDings website. Please visit the link below:
Full paper submission stage is now CLOSED.
Extended abstracts should have 1000-1500 words plus references. You may also upload one or two images.
Abstracts should be strictly anonymous. Please avoid any affiliations.
After a double blind peer-review process, the successful abstracts will be further developed and submitted as full papers.
Authors are invited to submit their Extended Abstracts via the eCAADe OpenConf system.
Extended abstracts submission stage is now CLOSED.
*Accepted papers will be published as conference proceedings (ISBN) and archive under the openAccess policy in CUMINCAD: http://papers.cumincad.org/