CAADRIA 2010: 15th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
7-10 April, 2010
We are facing unprecedented challenges in our natural & human-made, cultural, social & built environments. Working at the intersection of human needs, creative innovation, education, critical thinking, computing, science, design & technology, CAAD practitioners & researchers are uniquely placed to engage with these challenges & frontiers.
Especially our Asian context, with its philosophical richness and its rising influence on the world stage, offers NEW FRONTIERS to develop relevant discourses and, possibly, appropriate cures.
CAADRIA 2010 now calls for Papers, Round-table seminars, Posters, Exhibitions, Workshops & Postgraduate Students’ research that address these NEW FRONTIERS:
- Intelligence & Cognition
- Research & Practice
- Human & Computer
- Theory & Philosophy
- Education & Learning
- Culture & Heritage
- Ubiquity & Environment
- Collaboration & Community
- Computation & Information
- Generative & Parametric
- Modelling & Process
- Visualization & Animation
- Simulation & Testing
- Virtuality & Reality
The 15th CAADRIA Conference will be co-hosted by the School of Architecture & the Institute of Space & Earth Information Science at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong’s exceptional environment allows for rich experiences that are unique & broadening. CAADRIA fosters research, education & praxis in advancing knowledge & understanding in digital design methods in architecture. We cordially invite you to submit your contributions.
PGStudent Consortium: 25 January 2010
Young CAADRIA Award: 25 January 2010
Round Table: 25 January 2010
Posters, Exhibitions, Workshops: 25 January 2010
Submissions must address the conference theme NEW FRONTIERS & any of its categories. See General Guidelines and Submission details at http://www.caadria2010.org/submissions.html
Round Table (1000 words) proposals shall outline the principle standpoints of the key-speakers & the way of how the sessions shall be conducted. Round Table Sessions will be video-recorded & made available via online video-streaming.
Postgraduate Student Consortium (1000 – 4000 words) provides postgraduate students with an opportunity to discuss their study with other students & experienced researchers. Submissions (an extended abstract or full paper plus one-page curriculum vitae) are invited from current postgraduate students who will benefit from detailed workshop discussions of their research by a panel of established researchers.
The Postgraduate Student Consortium will be held within special time slots during the conference. Students will give a presentation providing an overview of their work & results to date. Student participants will have the chance to discuss their research in an informal session with peers & academics.
Young CAADIA Awards are funded by CAADRIA to support young researchers. Awards will be applied to conference registration fees after full papers are accepted. Submit your CV, list of publications, your accepted paper & other supporting documents to the Committee. Young CAADRIA Awardees will be specially recognised & officially awarded at the Closing Ceremony.
Posters, Exhibitions, Workshops (500 words) proposals shall illustrate & outline all necessary details. Posters, Exhibitions, Workshops will be assigned privileged space central within the conference site.
7-10 April, 2010
School of Architecture & the Institute of Space & Earth Information Science
Chinese University of Hong Kong