Call for Papers
The International Architectural Science Association ASA (ANZAScA)
Cutting Edge in Architectural Science
47th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association
The 47th International ASA-Conference hosted by the School of Architecture, Chinese University of Hong Kong aims to present cutting edge developments, relevant discourses and, possibly, appropriate cures. It will explore & raise awareness to the need of overstepping disciplinary boundaries & reaching creative communities at all levels of expertise, by pooling resources, knowledge & practices, & integrating them into the discipline of applied architectural research & science.
The 47th International ASA-Conference presents state-of-the-art papers, posters, exhibitions, & postgraduate students' research that highlight the recent development in applied research, education & praxis. Hereby the conference reaches out to intra-disciplinary & -professional research & practice. Original contributions from associated areas of knowledge or disciplines are recognized as bringing rich connections & are therefore particularly encouraged.
All abstracts & full papers will be double blind peer reviewed by the ASA International Editorial Board. Based on the quality of their full-paper selected authors will be invited for publishing in Architectural Science Review (ASR ) The conference is supported by Taylor & Francis.
1. Mai 2013 – Abgabefrist (Abstract)
13. – 16. November 2013 – Konferenz, School of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Professur für Architektur und Digitale Fabrikation von Fabio Gramazio und Matthias Kohler
International Peer Reviewed Conference and Publication, Zurich, 14-15 February 2014
The International Conference FABRICATE 2014 is hosted by the Professorship for Architecture and Digital Fabrication of Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler at ETH Zurich in February 2014. It is the first sequel in a series of FABRICATE conferences, initiated in 2011 by Bob Sheil and Ruairi Glynn at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.
FABRICATE 2014 will bring together researchers and practitioners in design and making within architecture, construction, engineering, design, manufacturing, material and software design.
Full paper submissions for the FABRICATE 2014 Call for Work can be uploaded from 1st of May until 30th of June 2013 to the website: http://www.fabricate2014.org/submissions/
Submissions of built or partially built projects by individuals or collaborators in research, practice and industry are welcome. The field of interest ranges from computational design to robotic fabrication, promoting the spectrum of research and creative practice currently occurring within digital manufacturing.
The submissions will be reviewed by an international panel of experts. Selected papers and projects will be featured in an accompanying FABRICATE publication. A smaller choice of projects will be presented at the conference.
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