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福田知弘(大阪大学 大学院工学研究科 環境・エネルギー工学専攻)のオフィシャルブログです。

CFP: CAADRIA2016 のabstract〆切は9月25日です。


■新たに完成したメルボルン大学建築学部棟

CAADRIA2016国際学術会議は来年3月30日から4月2日まで、オーストラリア・メルボルン大学で開催されます。
今回は、CAADRIA学会 (Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia: 建築・都市分野のコンピュータ設計と応用に関する学会)を1996年に大阪大学・笹田剛史先生と共に創設された、Tom Kvan先生がホストをされています。

Abstract〆切が一か月後の9月25日となりました。
http://caadria2016.crida.net/

また、
Facebookの公開グループも作っておりますので、ご参加ください。
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最近の開催地:

第21回目を迎えるCAADRIA。
20年前、インターネットが使えるようになり、HTMLやVRMLテキストエディタでシコシコ書いていた頃と比べると(<-今も書いていますが 笑)、普段の生活のあらゆるところにコンピュータが浸透し、それらがインターネットとつながり、固定電話やポケベルがスマホになり、家は常時WiFi接続となってテレビや家電とつながり、ネットで買い物をする種類はますます増え、ネット発の個人意見が集まって決まっていたはずのコトがひっくり返され、情報教育の重要性が再認識され、建築都市設計でのコンピュータ応用もかなり変わってきました。当然ながら課題も色々あるし常に途上な訳ですが、一定、受容されているように思います。個人的には、ネット社会になるにつれ実際の現場に足を運んでフィジカルに密度濃く出会う機会がますます大切で、その楽しさはネットではまだ味わえないものだと感じています。


CAADRIA 2016 Call for Papers
2 Pages (or at least 500 words) Abstract due 25 September, 2015
Submit to: www.caadria-review.org

Living Systems and Micro-Utopias: Towards Continuous Designing
21st International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia

30 March-2 April 2016
The University of Melbourne, Melbourne School of Design, in collaboration with RMIT University

Today, human activities constitute the primary environmental impact on the planet. In this context, commitments to sustainability, or minimization of damage, prove insufficient. Architectural design needs to extend beyond the form and function of things in contained projects and engage with the management of complex systems. Responding to this challenge, CAADRIA 2016 seeks to interrogate the notion of continuity and the applicable architectural toolsets in order to map and discover opportunities for innovation.

Engagement with complex dynamic systems poses difficult conceptual, technical and ethical challenges. To mention but a few: How can the longevity of living systems be affected through technologies for the capturing and sharing of knowledge, including BIM, APIs or technical standards? How do living systems equip and curtail design action, for example through interactions in creative programming, open hardware and parametric modelling communities? How does stabilization of technical knowledge in data types, algorithms, computational objects, languages or user interfaces affect the capability of designers to imagine alternative futures? Can modelling and simulation tools of architectural design cope with the inherent unpredictability of complex systems by integrating such approaches as big data analysis or pervasive computing? Can advances in fabrication and mechatronics support design that functions analogously with the mechanism that evolutionary biologists call adaptive niche construction? What educational approaches are appropriate and future-ready in a world of global and accelerating change? This list of questions could be readily extended.

Crucially, research into more holistic, ecological approaches to architectural design must overcome a methodological mismatch of spatial, temporal and organizational scales. The ecologies of real-world living systems are incalculably more extensive than the bounded experimental prototypes that are possible in research and education. What strategies and technologies can be employed to overcome this dilemma?

CAADRIA 2016's theme of Continuous Designing offers a viewpoint for interrogation of all research in design and computation, including, for example: theory, philosophy and methodology of design research; education; collaborative and interdisciplinary design strategies; stakeholder participation; design innovation and creativity; generative, parametric and evolutionary design; visualisation, virtualisation modelling, simulation and prediction; city, site and building information modelling; human-computer interaction; ubiquitous and pervasive computing; sensing; artificial autonomy and intelligence; mechatronics; fabrication, construction, optimization, mass customisation and others.

Besides the above specific theme, CAADRIA 2016 also invites posters on general topics in computational design research. Young researchers currently involved in postgraduate studies are invited to submit their work-in-progress research papers to the Postgraduate Student Consortium.

Important Dates

  • Abstract Submission: 25 September 2015
  • Young CAADRIA Award Submission: 13 November 2015
  • Full Paper Submission: 27 November 2015
  • Poster Submission: 27 November 2015
  • Postgraduate Student Consortium Submission: 11 December 2015
  • CAADRIA 2016 Workshops: 29-30 March 2016
  • CAADRIA 2016 Conference: 30 March-2 April 2016

CAADRIA 2016 Paper Selection Committee

  • Sheng-Fen Chien, Chair (Taiwan)
  • Seungyeon Choo (Korea)
  • Mark Aurel Schnabel (New Zealand)
  • Walaiporn Nakapan (Thailand)
  • Mi Jeong Kim (Korea)
  • Stanislav Roudavski (Australia)

Email Submission inquiries to: psc@caadria-review.org

CAADRIA 2016 Postgraduate Student Consortium Committee

  • Andrew Li, Chair (Japan)
  • Ajibade Aibinu (Australia)

Email Submission inquiries to: pgsc@caadria-review.org

CAADRIA 2016 Local Organizing Committee

  • Dominik Holzer (Chair), The University of Melbourne
  • Jane Burry (Co-chair), RMIT University
  • Stanislav Roudavski (Co-chair), The University of Melbourne
  • Paul Loh (Co-chair), The University of Melbourne

Contact: caadria2016@gmail.com