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FINAL cfp: The Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) 2010 Conference

FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS  The Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) 2010 Conference
Paper Proposals are due May 11th

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ACADIA 2010 Conference Chairs

TThe Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) 2010 Conference will take place at The Cooper Union, New York City on October 21, 22, 23 and 24 of 2010.

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ACADIA Life In*formation

We are pleased to inform you about ACADIA 2010 — “Life Information: On Responsive Information and Variation in Architecture”, Call for Papers and Projects.

ACADIA 2010 will focus on the changing nature of information and its impact on architectural education, research, and practice. The conference will gather leading practitioners, theorists, and researchers who will examine the relation that architecture has with technology and information, and how the latter propels today’s most innovative design experimentation and research. ACADIA 2010 will be centered on a series of peer-reviewed paper sessions and a groundbreaking exhibition including peer-reviewed projects.

Details about the Conference and Call for Papers and Projects are available at www.acadia.org/acadia2010

For any additional information, please contact the conference chairs: acadia2010@acadia.org

We look forward to you joining us at ACADIA 2010.

ACADIA 2010 Conference Chairs:
Aaron Sprecher, McGill University | Shai Yeshayahu, Southern Illinois University | Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, The Cooper Union

ACADIA 2010 Exhibition Chairs:
Chandler Ahrens, Open Source Architecture | Axel Schmitzberger, California State Polytechnic University | Michael Su, Pratt Institute

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