Llamado a Resúmenes SIGraDi 2011 – Call for Papers – Chamada a Resumos


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El XV Congreso de SIGraDi se realizará los días 16, 17 y 18 de noviembre de 2011 en la ciudad de Santa Fe, Argentina. Lo organiza la Facultad de Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo de la Universidad Nacional del Litoral a través del CID, Centro de Informática y Diseño. El tema central del congreso es ¨Cultura Aumentada¨.

La ¨Cultura Aumentada¨ nos habla de una combinación de significados sociales y tecnológicos interdependientes en un contexto complejo, múltiple, interactivo e interconectado en el cual se desarrolla un nuevo paradigma social y cultural.

Las diversas expresiones culturales han aumentado cualitativamente a partir de su integración con las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación, las cuales han permitido la potenciación tanto de los procesos de ideación y reflexión, así como la realización y construcción de los objetos culturales.

En este nuevo encuentro nos circunscribiremos a los ámbitos del diseño en todas sus escalas y del arte en sus múltiples expresiones, recuperando uno de los rasgos distintivos de SIGraDi desde sus orígenes.

Las comunicaciones que se presenten pueden referirse a la temática central o a otras que aporten contribuciones al campo de conocimiento de la gráfica y el medio digital teniendo en cuenta las áreas de interés, los tipos de abordajes y las categorías de las comunicaciones.

Calendario y resúmenes

Invitamos a presentar resúmenes de hasta 600 palabras antes del 15 de abril de 2011, los cuales podrán ser escritos en español, portugués o inglés. Deberán indicar además el área de interés, el abordaje de referencia y la categoría. Se podrán incorporar hasta cinco (5) palabras clave y una imagen de síntesis.

Los resúmenes serán evaluados de manera anónima por un Comité Científico Internacional, considerando para la aceptación su adecuación a la temática del congreso, su relevancia, originalidad, fundamentación y claridad de exposición.

La confirmación de aceptación se dará a conocer antes del 15 de julio de 2011 y el envío de los trabajos terminados deberá realizarse hasta el 15 de septiembre de 2011.

Toda la comunicación se hará desde el sitio web del congreso http://www.fadu.unl.edu.ar/sigradi2011 y por medio de correo electrónico a investigacion@fadu.unl.edu.arsigradi2011@gmail.com.
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Versão em Português

O XV Congresso de SIGraDi se realizará nos dias 16, 17 e 18 de novembro de 2011 na cidade de Santa Fe, Argentina. É organizado pela Facultad de Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo da Universidad Nacional del Litoral através do CID, o Centro de Informática y Diseño. O tema central do congresso é «Cultura Aumentada».

A «Cultura Aumentada» fala sobre uma combinação de significados sociais e tecnológicos interdependentes num contexto complexo, múltiplo, interativo e interconectado no qual se desenvolve um novo paradigma social e cultural.

As diversas expressões culturais têm aumentado qualitativamente a partir da sua integração com as tecnologias da informação e comunicação, que têm permitido a potenciação tanto dos processos de ideação e de reflexão, como o desenvolvimento e construção de objetos culturais.

Neste novo encontro, nos circunscrevemos às áreas do design em todas as suas escalas e da arte em suas diversas expressões, recuperando um dos rasgos distintivos do SIGraDi desde a sua origem.

Os trabalhos apresentados podem se referir ao tema central ou a outros que façam contribuições para o campo de conhecimento da gráfica e do médio digital, tendo em conta as áreas de interesse, os tipos de abordagens e as ategorias dos trabalhos.

Agenda e resumos

Convidamos a submeter resumos de até 600 palavras antes do dia 15 de abril de 2011, os quais podem ser escritos em español, portugués ou inglês. Também devem indicar a área de interesse, a abordagem de referência e a categoria. Podem-se incluir até cinco (5) palavras chave e uma imagen de síntese.

Os resumos serão avaliados anonimamente por um Comitê Científico Internacional, tendo em conta para a sua aceitação sua adequação temática ao tema do congreso, a originalidade, e a clareza de exposição.

A confirmação da aceitação será anunciada antes do dia 15 de julho de 2011 e o envio do trabalho final será até o dia 15 de setembro de 2011.

Toda a comunicaçao será feita desde o site do congresso http://www.fadu.unl.edu.ar/sigradi2011 y a traves do correio eletronico investigacion@fadu.unl.edu.arsigradi2011@gmail.com.
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English Version

The XV SIGraDi conference will take place November 16th through 18th 2011 in Santa Fe, Argentina. It is organized by the School of Architecture, Design and Urban Planning of the Universidad Nacional del Litoral through its Center of Informatics and Design, CID. The central conference theme is ¨Augmented Culture¨.

¨Augmented Culture¨ talks about a combination of interdependent social and technological meanings in a complex, multiple, interactive and interconnected context, which acknowledges that a new social and cultural paradigm is being developed.

Cultural expressions have been qualitatively augmented starting from their integration with information and communication technologies, which have dramatically enhanced not only their creative and reflective processes but also the realization and construction of cultural objects.

SIGraDi 2011 will pay attention to the field of design in all its scales as well as to art in its multiple expressions, recovering one of the most distinctive features of SIGraDi since its origin.

Papers can deal with the central theme or address other topics relevant to the field of digital media and graphics, considering the areas of interest/tracks, types of approach and work categories.

Schedule and abstracts

We invite you to submit abstracts with a maximum of 600 words before April 15th 2011. Abstracts may be written in Spanish, Portuguese or English. You must also indicate your work´s interest area, approach and category. You can add five (5) keywords and a synthesis image.

Abstracts will be reviewed and evaluated through a blind peer review process using the International Scientific Committee. Criteria for acceptance are relevance, originality, premises, level of development and clarity of presentation.

The notification of acceptance is expected before July 15th 2011 whereas the submission of the full paper will be September 15th 2011.

All conference information and communication will be available through the conference website http://www.fadu.unl.edu.ar/sigradi2011 and through email to investigacion@fadu.unl.edu.ar or sigradi2011@gmail.com.

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Secretaria de Investigación
FADU – UNL

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Call for Papers: DMACH 2011 – Digital Media and its Applications in Cultural Heritage


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Organized by
The Center for the Study of Architecture in the Arab Region, Jordan
Al-Turath Foundation, Saudi Arabia

In collaboration with
Queen Rania Institute of Tourism and Heritage, Hashemite University

16-17 March, 2011

Amman -Jordan

Introduction

Over the past few years, a remarkable increase has occurred in the use of digital techniques for the documentation, management, and communication of cultural heritage. This has drastically transformed the way we capture, store, process, represent and disseminate information. The techniques employed have evolved from standard surveying and CAD tools and/or traditional photogrammetry into laser scanning virtual reality and fully automated video-based techniques. However, it is often argued that digital media tend to create and compile value-free content and thus are inefficient in capturing and communicating cultural and symbolic meanings. Digital media, as any other medium, tend to amplify or reduce the cultural phenomena as a result of their constraints and limitations. Thus the issue of using digital media for cultural heritage is by no means a simple one and must be examined from different angles. The aim of DMACH2011 is to explore the opportunities and challenges of using digital media in the research, preservation, management, interpretation, and representation of cultural heritage. Of particular interest for this year conference are issues related to interactive virtual reality, intelligent and wireless hand-held devices, high speed multi-media, and making virtual reality and augmented reality user-friendly and available resources for the general public.

Building on the successful DMACH 2008 international conference held in Amman, Jordan in 2008 and in order to explore and map the challenges and opportunities of using digital media in cultural heritage, The Center for the Study of Architecture in the Arab Region (CSAAR), Al-Turath Foundation, and Queen Rania Institute of Tourism and Heritage have joined together to organize the second edition of the International Conference on Digital Media and its Applications in Cultural Heritage (DMACH 2011). This conference provides a forum to examine and discuss current practices and future directions in the documentation, representation, and communication of cultural heritage using digital technologies. The conference aims to provide the participants an occasion to share and exchange experiences and research findings, to stimulate more ideas and useful insights regarding the uses of digital media in cultural heritage, and to debate their views on future research and developments.

Topics of Interest

We invite scholars and practitioners in architecture, planning, archaeology, and related fields, as well as administrators of museums, galleries, and archives, to submit papers on any topic related to conference theme. Papers may reflect on a wide spectrum of issues related to digital heritage. The conference is structured around a number of sub-themes that include -but are not limited to:

• Virtual realty applications in conservation research and practice

• Internet-based applications

• E-libraries and e-learning in cultural heritage

• Intelligent description of cultural heritage content

• Interactive, virtual and augmented environments

• wireless hand-held devices

• Knowledge systems for heritage management

• GIS and spatial information management in cultural heritage

• Photogrammetry, laser scanning and scene modeling

• Virtual Heritage

• Virtual Museums

• Data acquisition technologies

• 3D data capture and processing in cultural heritage

• Digital reconstructions and 3D modeling

• Reproduction techniques and rapid prototyping in cultural heritage

• Multimedia, data management and archiving

• Rendering techniques for cultural heritage: photorealistic and non-photorealistic

• Innovative graphics applications and techniques

• Digital media and commodification of cultural heritage

• Authenticity and integrity of data/content

• The economics of cultural informatics

• Usability and interface design for cultural heritage applications

• Methods of and issues related to accessibility and interoperability

Important Dates

Deadline for abstracts: June 15, 2010

Full paper submission for review: August 15, 2010

Notification of acceptance: October 15, 2010

Deadline for final papers: December 15, 2010

Submission and Relevant Information

Abstract submission must be in English with a length of max. 500 words. Full paper submission could be in either English or Arabic. You are asked to identify the research track for your paper.

Abstracts should be e-mailed to scientific committee co-chairs (dmach11@csaar-center.org). Full paper submissions are required to be done online through the conference Website:

http://www.csaar-center.org/conference/DMACH2011/openconf/

Submissions will be peer reviewed.

Full paper format, submission guidelines, registration, accommodation and further information are available at the conference website:

http://www.csaar-center.org/conference/DMACH2011/

For further information about submissions, please contact conference secretariat.

Posters, Panel Discussion & Workshops

The conference also welcomes proposals for:

* Poster papers
* Plenary Session/ Panel Discussion
* Workshops
For more details check conference website.

Conference Proceedings

All papers accepted for publication will be published inthe conference proceedings, which will be available to delegates at the time of registration. In addition, papers will be published in a volume of CSAAR Transactions on the Built Environment (ISSN 1992-7320).

Best Paper Award (3 Awards)

The Best Paper Award is presented to the individual(s) judged by a separate awards committee to have written the best paper appearing in DMACH & CSAAR conference proceedings. The Award shall be 300 USD and a certificate. In case there is more than one author for the paper, the award shall be divided equally among all authors and each shall receive a certificate. Judging shall be on the bases of general quality, originality, subject matter, and timeliness.

Scientific Committee Co-Chairs

Jamal Al-Qawasmi, KFUPM, Saudi Arabia, jamal@csaar-center.org

Yahya Alshawabkeh, Hashemite University, Jordan yahya.alshawabkeh@hu.edu.jo

Fabio Remondino

Bruno Kessler Foundation – FBK, Italy remondino@fbk.eu

Conference Secretariat

Sami Kamal sami@csaar-center.org

International Scientific Committee

Alan Chalmers, University of Warwick, UK

Armin Gruen, ,Switzerland

Chengzhi Peng, University of Sheffield, UK

Cliff Ogleby, University of Melbourne, Australia

Devrim Akca, Isik University, Turkey

Elizabeth Louden, Texas Tech University, USA

Erik Champion, Massey University, New Zealand

Fotis Liarokapis, Coventry University, UK

Fulvio Rinaudo, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Holly Rushmeier, Yale University, USA

José Luis Lerma, Universidad Politécnica De Valencia, Spain

Klaus Hanke, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Livio De Luca, MAP-Gamsau Laboratory (CNRS/MCC), France

Luis Mateus, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal

Marco Gaiani,Università di Bologna, Italy

Mario Santana Quintero,

University of Leuven, Belgium

Michele A. Chiuini, Ball State University, USA

Pierre Grussenmeyer, INSA Strasbourg, France

Samer Al-Ratrout, German Jordanian University, Jordan

Home: Energy-Forum – Call for Papers – Solar Building Skins


ENERGY FORUM on Solar Building Skins

It is our pleasure to invite you to this year’s ENERGY FORUM on Solar Building Skins. Emphasis will be placed on the latest developments and innovations in integrated components for the building industry, in particular with regard to the use of renewable energy and multifunctional building envelopes.

The aim of the ENERGY FORUM is to contribute to a multidisciplinary, integrated planning approach among architects, engineers, scientists, energy managers and manufacturers, to reduce energy consumption while improving the comfort and health of the building’s occupants.
Simultaneous translations into Italian and English will be available for all presentations.
We would be happy to review your proposal and to include your presentation in our conference program or poster presentation. Following are the topics which will be covered by this year’s conference:

  • Integration of solar technologies into the building skin
  • Daylighting and shading
  • Energy performance of buildings
  • Analytic methods and energy simulation for solar buildings

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Call for Papers – Solar Building Skins
5th ENERGY FORUM, 02 – 03 December 2010, Bressanone, Italy

It is a pleasure to invite you to this year’s ENERGY FORUM on Solar Building Skins. The aim of the Conference is to contribute to a multidisciplinary, integrated planning approach among architects, engineers, scientists, energy managers and manufacturers, to reduce energy consumption while improving the comfort and health of the building’s occupants. Emphasis will be placed on the latest developments and innovations in integrated components for the building industry, in particular with regard to multifunctional building envelopes.

We would be happy to review your proposal and to include your presentation in our conference program or poster presentation. Following are the topics which will be covered by this year’s conference:

– Integration of solar technologies into the building skin

– Daylighting and shading

– Energy performance of buildings

– Analytic methods and energy simulation for solar buildings

Who can apply:

Researchers, scientists, students and professionals (including architects, engineers and energy managers) are invited to submit papers for presentation. Special consideration will be given to proposals from engineers and architects working in the field of renewable energy technologies as well as related industry experts. Students are invited to submit proposals and innovative design concepts.

How to apply:

Please send your proposal in either English or Italian and include the following information:

–  Paper title plus 3 sub-topics

–  Abstract of 300 words with 4 key words

–  Author’s and co-author’s name, job title and organization

–  Phone number, email address and postal address

–  Brief Curriculum Vitae

Proposals should be sent to proposals@energy-forum.com by 15th May 2010. Submitters will be notified by 30th June regarding the status of their submission with detailed instructions for preparing their final papers and suggestions for accommodation in Bressanone. Full papers must be received by 1st September and will be included in the conference documentation available in a printed version at the congress. Those papers that will not be submitted for presentation in plenary sessions will be considered for poster presentation.

Conference Committee:

– Marilyne Andersen, Building Technology, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA

– Michael Garrison, School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin

– Robert Hastings, Director, Department for Building and Environment, Danube University, Austria

– Hans-Martin Henning, Head of Thermal Systems and Buildings, Deputy Director Fraunhofer-Institute for Solar Energy Systems, Freiburg, Germany

– Helmut Hohenstein, Dr. Hohenstein Consultancy, former Director of the ift Rosenheim (Germany’s glass, window and façade research institute)

– Andreas Karweger, General Manager, Economic Forum Ltd, London – Munich

– Gianni Scudo, Building Environmental Science and Technology Department, Politech Milano

– Stephen Selkowitz, Head, Building Technologies Department, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

– Wolfram Sparber, Director, Department of Renewable Energies, European Academy, Bolzano, Italy

– Stephen Wittkopf, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) and National University of Singapore

For additional information, please visit our site www.energy-forum.com

Early registration:
Participants who register online by May 15th will receive a 20% discount.

Enviromatics 2010 – Final Call for Papers


Enviromatics 2010
Enviromatics 2010

International Symposium on Information Technology and its Applications in Environmental Management

http://icemt10.emtme.com/page.php?sec=0&id=11

Co-located with:

The First International Conference on Environmental Management and Technologies

1-3 November, 2010

Amman, Jordan

Introduction

Environmental Management research and practice is increasingly aided by and dependent on information technology. Enviromatics 2010 addresses recent developments in Geomatics and their applications in the field of environmental management. It addresses all aspects of the geo-information cycle, from data acquisition, processing, management, visualization and delivery. Enviromatics 2010 brings together researchers, developers, data providers and users from all over the world to discuss the potentials and challenges of using information technology in environmental management and planning.

The symposium provides a forum to examine and discuss current practices and future directions related to the application of information technology to environmental management and planning. The symposium aims to provide the participants an occasion to share and exchange experiences and research findings, to stimulate more ideas and useful insights regarding the uses of Geomatics and their applications in the field of environmental management, and to debate their views on future research and developments.

Topics of Interest

We invite scholars and practitioners in Geomatics, computer engineering, environmental management to submit papers on any topic related to conference theme. Papers may reflect on a wide spectrum of issues related to information technology and its applications in environmental issues. Topics of interests include -but are not limited to:

  • Ecological and Environmental Geomatics
  • Artificial Intelligence for Ecological and Environmental Studies
  • Analytical and Monitoring Technologies for Environmental Informatics Studies
  • Modeling for Ecological and Environmental Systems
  • Geographical Analysis for Urban and Regional Planning & Development
  • Virtual Realty Applications in Environmental Management
  • Informatics of Biodiversity
  • Technologies for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Mitigation
  • Internet-Based Applications
  • Geo-Information for Environmental Emergencies
  • E-Libraries and E-Learning in Environmental Management
  • Knowledge Systems for Environmental Management
  • Decision Support Systems
  • GIS And Spatial Information Management
  • Intelligent Mapping
  • Photogrammetry, Laser Scanning And Modeling
  • Data Acquisition Technologies
  • 3D Data Capture and Processing In Cultural Heritage
  • Digital Reconstructions and 3D Modeling
  • Multimedia, Data Management and Archiving
  • The Economics of Environmental Informatics
  • Usability and Interface Design for Environmental Applications
  • Methods of and Issues Related To Accessibility and Interoperability
  • Other Areas of Environmental Systems Science and Information Technology

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission for Review: May 15, 2010
Notification of acceptance: June 305, 2010
Deadline for final papers: July 30, 2010

Call for Papers – ACADIA 2010, World Architecture Community


www.acadia.org/acadia2010
http://www.acadia.org/acadia2010

The ACADIA 2010 conference will focus on the changing nature of information and its impact on architectural education, research and practice. With the ever-increasing integration of information technologies in the design laboratory, the discipline of architecture has changed profoundly in recent years. The emerging fields of digital fabrication, generative and evolutionary modeling among others, are now at the core of investigations in a growing community of digital design practitioners and researchers.

ACADIA 2010 will explore the ways designers, architects, engineers and scientists collect, analyze and assemble information through computational systems that redefine the notions of design performance and optimization, evolutionary and responsive models. These notions are today inherently related to the possibilities and limitations offered by our increasing computational capabilities, and the way information shapes relations between the human, the environment, and the machine.

ACADIA 2010 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 experimentations and research. The conference will be centered on a series of peer-reviewed paper sessions and a groundbreaking exhibition including peer-reviewed projects.

ACADIA 2010: October 21st to 24th 2010, The Cooper Union, NY

Call for Papers – ACADIA 2010, World Architecture Community.

SIGraDi 2009 sp > Llamado a Ponencias – Call for papers


SIGraDi 2009 sp - XIII Congreso, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
SIGraDi 2009 sp - XIII Congreso

(envío de resúmenes hasta el 15 de mayo de 2009)

Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie

Del moderno al digital: desafíos de una transición.  16, 17 y 18 de noviembre de 2009, Sao Paulo, Brasil

Llamamos a todos para presentar RESUMENES para el 13º Congreso SiGraDi

La Sociedad Iberoamericana de Gráfica Digital es conocida por su congreso anual donde las comunidades profesionales y educacionales se encuentran para presentar y debatir los más recientes avanzos em las tecnologías digitales y sus aplicaciones en Arquitectura, Planeamiento Urbano, Diseño Industrial y Arte.

Panorama general
Visión y reflexión. Teoría. Filosofía. Arquitectura. Creatividad y espacialidad en el proyecto. Lógicas de proyecto tradicional y digital. Nuevos paradigmas. Los nuevos entornos culturales.

Proyecto Asistido por Computador.
La expresión gráfica por computador. Geometrias generadas. Modelaje. Visualización. Animación. Hipermedia.

Pedagogía. Aspectos generales de la didáctica.
Estrategias pedagógicas. Proyecto de sistemas curriculares y extracurriculares de graduación y posgrado.

Redes de información.
Redes de información para propuestas pedagógicas. Clases virtuales. Foros de discusión. Filosofía de la integración a nivel nacional, iberoamericano e internacional.

Computación gráfica.
Proyecto Urbano. Planificación. Paisajismo. Proyecto Estructural y de Ingeniería. Diseño industrial, textil, de indumentaria y gráfico.

Patrimonio digital.
Levantamiento y reconstrucciones virtuales.

Práctica profesional y tecnologías digitales.
Aplicaciones. Arte Digital.

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Sitio Web Oficial del XIII Congreso SIGraDi

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