eCAADe (Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe) is a non-profit association of institutions and individuals with a common interest in promoting good practice and sharing information in the application of computational technologies in research and education for architecture and related professions.
eCAADe 2010 workshop and conference sessions will be held on September 13-17 in the HIT building at ETH Science City (also known as the ETH Hönggerberg campus) in Zurich, Switzerland.
This year's theme is Future Cities: For the first time in human history, more than 50% of the world's population lives in urban regions. Cities are the largest, most complex, and most dynamic man-made systems. They are vibrant centers of cultural life and engines that drive the global economy.
The workshop "Our urban tools in Grasshopper and RhinoCommon" will be held by McNeel Europe.