The next Smartgeometry Conference (sg2016) will take place at the Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden, April 4-9, 2016.
The idea behind Smartgeometry (founded in 2001 as a partnership between Practice, Research and Academia) is to intelligently explore and investigate the potential of mathematics and algorithms in design, engineering and architecture to propose innovative procedures from design to production.
“Hybrid Domains- Architecture as interdisciplinary practice” is this year’s topic. In addition to presentations of international keynote speakers, related workshop clusters will be held.
Will Pearson, developer at Robert McNeel & Associates will be present at the “Calibrated Modelling of Form-Active Hybrid Structures” cluster together with Daniel Piker, developer of KangarooPhysics.
Also, PhD candidate Stephanie Chaltiel of the Innochain Network will be one of the tutors at the “Mud, Textiles, and Robots for Large Structures” cluster. McNeel Europe is the industrial partner of the Innochain Network.