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CAADRIA 2014 Call for Short Papers for Poster Session.


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CAADRIA 2014 Call for Short Papers for Poster Session
Due: 31 January 2014

京都工芸繊維大学で5月14〜17日に開催されるCAADRIA2014国際会議。ポスターセッションの受付〆切は2014年1月31日です。〆切までに、2ページのShort Paperを提出して頂き、参加登録の後(2月)、学会当日にA1ポスターを持参して発表して頂くことになります。ご検討のほど、どうぞよろしくお願いします。

For one day poster session in CAADRIA2014 Kyoto, CAADRIA 2014 also invites submissions of short papers (2 pages) for Poster Session. as well as to bring A1 size poster in a vertical setting on the day. At the CAADRIA2014 conference, you have to bring A1 size poster and have one-hour presentation time in front of the poster. Short papers will not be reviewed and basically accepted, except that their contents are not related to the conference theme or general topics of computational design research. See detail in the Short Paper template for poster session:
http://www.caadria2014.org/submission.html
Short papers for poster session are accepted via e-mail: poster@caadria-review.org

Related Important Dates for Poster Session:

  • Poster Submission (Short paper):31 Jan. 2014
  • Young CAADRIA Award Submission: 31 Jan 2014
  • Poster Acceptance Notice: 8 Feb. 2014
  • Registration Deadline: 15 Feb 2014
  • Camera-ready Short Paper Submission: 15 Feb. 2014
  • CAADRIA2014 Conference: 14-17 May 2014
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Rethinking Comprehensive Design: Speculative Counterculture
19th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia

May 14-17, 2014
Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, Japan
http://caadria2014.org

Influenced by Buckminster Fuller’s holistic worldview, the concept of Comprehensive Design was proliferated by the publication of the Whole Earth Catalog, an American counterculture publication, by Stewart Brand in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The catalogue featured innovative ideas, scientific discoveries, and technological advancements that demonstrated the interconnectedness of the environment and human activities. It emphasized the need for cross-disciplinary approaches towards understanding and nurturing our complex world. This concept also inspired a generation of computer engineers and programmers to view technology as a tool for individual empowerment and collective transformation.

45 years have passed since then, and now the concept of Comprehensive Design has evolved from a utopian idea to an actualized design tool. It not only transformed the way we network seamlessly, linking the physical with information and solving complex problems via advanced computational processes, but it also democratized and domesticated technology by offering an alternative trajectory for more open, creative, comprehensive, societies. “Rethinking Comprehensive Design” provides a cross-disciplinary context for the challenging mainstream culture of computation and invites researchers and practitioners alike to speculate and explore the potential of counterculture with an emphasis on four themes:

  • Complex calculations to explore, discover, optimize, and achieve design intentions
  • High volume real-time data with ubiquitous social network
  • Cloud computing to collaborate design processes via open source network
  • Integration of advanced materialization and fabrication processes


Besides the above specific themes, CAADRIA 2014 also invites submissions of original research papers and posters on general topics in computational design research, including but not limited to the following topics:

  • Computational design research and education
  • Computational design analysis
  • Generative, parametric and evolutionary design
  • Digital fabrication and construction
  • Collaborative and collective design
  • User participation in design
  • Shape studies
  • Design cognition
  • Digital aids to design creativity
  • New digital design concepts and strategies
  • Virtual/augmented reality and interactive environments
  • Virtual architecture and city modeling
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Ubiquitous and mobile computing
  • Practice-based and interdisciplinary computational design research
  • Theory, philosophy and methodology of computational design research

Young researchers currently involved in postgraduate studies are invited to submit their work-in-progress research papers to the CAADRIA2014 Postgraduate Student Consortium.


CAADRIA2014 Organising Committee

  • Conference Chair : Ryusuke Naka (Kyoto Institute of Technology)
  • Akira Wakita (Keio University)
  • Atsuko Kaga (Osaka University)
  • Atsushi Takizawa (Osaka City University)
  • Hideyuki Ishisone (FM System, Inc.)
  • Koji Izato (Taisei Coorporation)
  • Masanori Nagashima (Informatix Inc.)
  • Naomi Matsunaga (Lemon Gasui Ltd., Japan)
  • Narito Kurata (Kajima Corporation)
  • Ryota Ieiri (Ieiri labo, Inc.)
  • Shuichi Asayama (Tokyo Denki University)
  • Shun Watanabe (Tsukuba University)
  • Tomohiro Fukuda (Osaka University)
  • Yasunobu Onishi (Kumamoto University)
  • Yasushi Ikeda (Keio University)
  • Yuji Matsumoto (Kyoto Institute of Technology)
  • Yusuke Obuchi (Tokyo University)

Contact: http://caadria2014.org

  • CAADRIA2014 Paper Selection Committee Chair : Ning GU (University of Newcastle)
  • Halil Erhan (Simon Fraser University)
  • Hank Haeusler (The University of New South Wales)
  • Ricardo Sosa (Singapore University of Technology and Design)
  • Shun WATANABE (Tsukuba University)
  • Weixin HUANG (Tsinghua University)

Contact: psc@caadria-review.org