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DigitalFUTURES-CDRF 2021----The 3rd International Conference on Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication

Online, June 26, 2021

https://easychair.org/cfp/CDRF2021

Hosted by College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP), Tongji University


'Materialist philosophers, it is becoming increasingly clear, cannot afford to ignore the basic fact that the study of matter does matter.'— Manuel DeLanda.

Why Material Intelligence? First of all, we must recognize that there is an increasing emphasis on the intelligent use of materials and on the use of intelligent materials in contemporary architectural culture. One of the primary reasons for this has been the question of material performance. Concerns about structural and environmental performance, in particular, have become paramount. These concerns go beyond mere economic considerations, to become an ethical imperative in a world of diminishing resources and global warming. Secondly, we must also recognize that we can now use intelligent computational techniques, such as artificial intelligence, to make our designs ever more materially intelligent. Thus, while intelligent computational techniques remain immaterial, they can be used to inform the intelligent design of a material building. Material intelligence, then, stands not only for the intelligent use of materials and the use of intelligent materials in the construction of a building, but also for the use of intelligent computational techniques to design the material form of that building.


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8:30-8:45 Opening Speech

8:45-9:30 Lecture: Daniel Bolojan (Nonstandardstudio/FAU)

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Session 01: Computation and Formation

9:45-12:15  (China Time)


Serlio and Artificial Intelligence: Problematizing the Image-to-Object Workflow


Jean Jaminet, Gabriel Esquivel and Shane Bugni

 


A Generative Approach to Social Ecologies in Project [symbios]City


Hao Wen, Pengcheng Gu, Yuchao Zhang, Shuai Zou and Patrik Schumacher

 


Using CycleGAN to achieve the Sketch Recognition Process of Sketch-based Modeling


Yuqian Li and Weiguo Xu

 


First Exploration on Machine Learning Layout Generation of Chinese Private Garden in Southern Yangtze


Yubo Liu, Chenrong Fang, Zhe Yang, Xuexin Wang, Zhuohong Zhou, Qiaoming Deng and Lingyu Liang

 


Command2Vec: feature learning of 3D modeling behavior sequence---a case study on spiral-stair


Wen Gao, Xuanming Zhang, Weixin Huang and Shaohang Shi

 


Exploring in the Latent Space of Design: A Method of Plausible Building Facades Images Generation, Properties Control and Model Explanation Base on StyleGAN2


Shengyu Meng

 


Punch Card Patterns Designed with GAN


Virginia Melnyk

 


Bio-tile; an Intelligent Hybrid Infrastructure


Sara Pezeshk

 


Bio-design Intelligence


Ana Zimbarg

 


A Study of Bio-computational Design in Terms of Enhancing Water Absorption by Method of Bionics Within the Architectural Fields


Gang Mao

 

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Session 02: Simulation and Optimization

12:15-14:15 (China Time)


Environmental Data-driven Performance-based Topological Optimisation for Morphology Evolution of Artificial Taihu Stone


Zhuoyuan Feng, Pengcheng Gu, Min Zheng, Xin Yan and Ding Wen Bao

 


Custom-fit and lightweight optimization design of exoskeletons using parametric conforming lattice


Fuyuan Liu, Min Chen and Lizhe Wang

 


A POI-Based Machine Learning Method for Predicting Residents’ Health Status


Shicong Cao and Hao Zheng

 


Research on epidemic prevention and management measures in university based on GIS and ABM -- Taking South China University of Technology (Wushan campus) as an example


Mingxi Chen

 


Environmentally Driven Aggregate Façade Systems


Pablo Cabrera

 


Optimization of Daylight and Thermal Performance of Building Façade: A Case Study of Office Buildings in Nanjing


Hainan Yan, Yiting Zhang, Sheng Liu, Ka Ming Cheung and Guohua Ji

 


Integration of Algorithm-based Optimization into the Design Process of Industrial Buildings: A Case Study


Mirjam Konrad, Dana Saez and Martin Trautz

 


FROM SEPARATION TO INCORPORATION - A Full-circle Application of Computational Approaches to Performance-based Architectural Design


Yuhan Chen, Youyu Lu, Tianyi Gu, Zhirui Bian, Likai Wang and Ziyu Tong

 

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14:30-15:15 Lecture: Gilles Retsin (UCL Bartlett)

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Session 03: Interaction and Perception

15:30-17:15 (China Time)


4D Soft Material Systems


Giulia Grassi, Bjorn Sparrman, Ingrid Paoletti and Skylar Tibbits

 


Material Response: Technology, Material Systems & Responsive Design


Marcus Farr and Andrea Macruz

 


Diversifying Emotional Experience by Layered Interfaces in Affective Interactive Installations


Sijia Gu, Yue Lu, Yuwei Kong, Jiale Huang and Weishun Xu

 


Measuring Human Perception of Biophilically-Driven Design with Facial Micro-Expressions Analysis and EEG Biosensor


Andrea Macruz, Ernesto Bueno, Gustavo Sol, Jaime Vega, Ricardo Palmieri and Tan Chen Wu

 


Subjectively Measured Human Perception of Street Quality for Shanghai with Large-Scale Application of Computer Vision


Waishan Qiu, Xiaokai Huang and Wenjing Li

 


From Visual Behavior to Signage Design: A Wayfinding Experiment with Eye-Tracking in Satellite Terminal of PVG Airport


Chengyu Sun, Shuyang Li, Yinshan Lin and Weilin Hu

 


A Framework for Cypher-physical Human-robot collaborative Immersive VR Interaction – Beaux Arts Ball 4.0


Risu Na and Haocheng Dai

 

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Session 04: Materialization and Construction

17:30-20:00 (China Time)


Towards Self-Shaping Metamaterial Shells: A Computational Design Workflow for Hybrid Additive Manufacturing of Architectural Scale Double-Curved Structures


Eda Özdemir, Laura Kiesewetter, Karen Andrea Antorveza Páez, Tiffany Cheng, Samuel Leder, Dylan Marx Wood and Achim Menges

 


Additive Manufacture of Cellulose based Bio-Material on Architectural Scale


Yimeng Wei, Areti Markopoulou, Yuanshuang Zhu, Eduardo Chamorro Martin and Nikol Kirova

 


Imprimer La Lumiere - 3d Printing Bioluminescence For Architectural Materiality


Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen, Martin Tamke, Aurélie Mosse, Jakob Sieder-Semlitsch, Hanaé Bradshaw, Emil Fabritius Buchwald and Maria Mosshammer

 


Bio Scaffolds


Natalie Alima, Roland Snooks and Jon McCormack

 


Di-terial – Matching digital fabrication and natural grown resources for the development of resource efficient structures


Felix Amtsberg, Caitlin Mueller and Felix Raspall

 


Application of 6-Dof robot Motion planning in fabrication


Hao Wu, Ming Lu, Xinjie Zhou and Philip F. Yuan

 


Reinventing staircases for thermoplastic additive manufacturing


Mirko Daneluzzo and Michele Daneluzzo

 


Joint Descriptive Modeling (JDM) for Assembly-Aware Timber Structure Design


Ayoub Lharchi, Mette Thomsen and Martin Tamke

 


Mass Customization: The Implication on Development of Aluminum Joint


Jiabei Ye and Xiaoxi Guo

 


Process and evaluation of automated robotic fabrication system for in-situ structure confinement


Bala Murali Kumar B, Yun Chung Hsueh, Zhuoyang Xin and Dan Luo

 

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21:00-21:30 DigitalFUTURES Workshop Opening Ceremony


21:30-22:30 Lecture: Wolf Prix (COOP HIMMELB(L)AU)

22:30-23:00 Lecture: Felecia Davis (Felecia Davis Studio)

23:00-23:30 Lecture: Ron Rael and Virginia San Fratello (Rael San Fratello Studio)

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The accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings of the 2021 DigitalFUTURES—The 3rd International Conference on Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication (CDRF 2021) published by Springer. Within the accepted papers, the papers that are closely addressing the conference topics would be possibly included into the book publication containing our specially invited papers from the top scholars in computational design and robotic fabrication around the world.

Proceedings of the 2019 DigitalFUTURES—The 1st International Conference on Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication (CDRF 2019) and Proceedings of the 2020 DigitalFUTURES—The 2nd International Conference on Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication (CDRF 2020) were successfully published by Spinger.


All questions about submissions should be emailed to digitalfutures@tongji.edu.cn

Conference information: https://easychair.org/cfp/CDRF2021