GCD Seminar

Lavinia Chiara Tagliabue about Digitization of university assets. on Wednesday 14 December 2022: IM and GIS integration is promising to develop effective digital Asset Management Systems (AMS), in particular, if applied through web-based applications, it can facilitate the management of

GCD Seminar

Talk by Halyna Yefimchuk on Digital fashion as means of intercultural communication: trends, challenges, development, 23 November 2022: Digital technology allows us to exist outside of reality, and today in the virtual dimension people are as active as in everyday

This was GCD6

GCD6, our well-attended symposium on Geometry and Computational Design took place on Nov 29, 2019 at TU Wien, Kuppelsaal. We had a series of lectures by leading researchers presenting recent developments in geometry, computer graphics, computational design and architectural engineering.

GCD_22 – on Video

Opening by Michael Wimmer (Director of the Center for Geometry and Computational Design, Head of the Special Research Programme Advanced Computational Design) and Josef Eberhardsteiner, Vice Rector for Digitalisation and Infrastructure at TU Wien Video links open in a new

digital architectonics

Ludger Hovestadt, full Professor of Architecture and CAAD at ETH Zürich. Computers are everywhere. Everything is connected. All times and all cultures. This lecture points at the very core of ARCHITECTURE: Being generous to the POLITIAL question of the ‘WHAT

Augmented Reality Meets Digital Twins

Dieter Schmalstieg, full professor and head of the Institute of Computer Graphics and Vision at Graz University of Technology, Austria. Digital twins, i.e., digital databases representing some aspects of our physical environment, are increasingly used in many application areas, from

Material Uncertainties

Martin Bechthold, founding Co-Director of the Master in Design Engineering Program and the Kumagai Professor of Architectural Technology in the GSD’s Department of Architecture. Associate Faculty at the Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) at Harvard. Since the

GCD_22 program – you may register now!

9:00 Registration 9:30 Opening: Michael Wimmer (Director of the Center for Geometry and Computational Design, Head of the Special Research Programme Advanced Computational Design) and Josef Eberhardsteiner, Vice Rector for Digitalisation and Infrastructure at TU Wien 9:45 William F. Baker

Selected Topics from ACD

Selected Topics from the SFB “Advanced Computational Design” ACD, partner in the Advance AEC network: Bálint István Kovács (TU Wien) on “MR.Sketch: A mixed reality sketching environment for architectural design” Mathias Bank (University of Innsbruck) on “Clouder – a hybrid

GCD-Symposium Septemer 9th 2022

Venue: Kuppelsaal at TU Wien, Karlsplatz 13 Opening: Michael Wimmer (Head of GCD) Confirmed invited speakers: William F. Baker (SOM) Martin Bechthold (Harvard University) Henriette Bier (TU Delft) Ludger Hovestadt (ETH Zürich) Dieter Schmalstieg (TU Graz) Plus selected presentations from

GCD Seminar

Talk by Shajay Bhooshan on Shape-design for 3D concrete printing, 11 May 2022: This presentation, motivated by the rapid growth in large-scale 3D concrete printing (3DCP), addresses the current lack of both computational design tools and integrated design-to-production (DTP) solutions

GCD Seminar

Talk by Markus Königsberger on Multiscale Micromechanics Modeling: From Complex Microstructures to Macroscopic Mechanical Properties Time: Wednesday 27 April 2022, 11:00 am, online. Modeling the mechanical behavior of heterogeneous materials requires capturing the underlying basic mechanisms occurring at microscopic or

GCD Seminar

Talk by Milica Vujovic on Evidence-based Decision Support in Architectural Design Time: Wednesday 6 April 2022, 11:00 am, online The presentation focused on aspects of evidence-based design, as well as its application in different domains of architecture. Special focus was

GCD Seminar

Talk by Benjamin Dillenburger on Additive Manufacturing in Architecture Time: Wednesday 26 January 2022, 11:00 am, online. Information Technology has the potential to challenge traditional paradigms of construction: the digitalization of architecture allows redefining the relationship between geometry, material, and

GCD Seminar

Talk by Thomas Wortmann on Computation in Architecture Time: Wednesday 17 November 2021, 11:00 am, online. In this talk Thomas presented projects from the pioneering computational design practice NOX/Lars Spuybroek, as well as the Future of Us pavilion in Singapore,

GCD Seminar

Talk by Robert Roithmayr on Design and Engineering: Membrane Architecture Time: Wednesday 9 June 2021, 11:00 am, online The content of this lecture was the eccentric design language and the “new architecture” of membrane construction. The aim of the lecture

GCD Seminar

Talk by Arvin Rasoulzadeh and Kiumars Sharifmoghaddam on Class-preserving Isometric Deformations of T-surfaces with Applications in Transformable Designs Wednesday 12 May 2021, 11:00 am, online. Abstract: A Smooth T-surface can be thought of as a generalization of a surface of

GCD Seminar

Talk by Pierre Ecormier-Nocca on Animated Ecosystems in Computer Graphics, Wednesday 28 April 2021, 11:00 am, online. Abstract: Ecosystems and virtual worlds play an important part in a growing number of applications, ranging from movies and video games to simulation

GCD Seminar

Talk by Efilena Baseta on Shape Adaptation through Geometry and Material ‘Intelligence’ Wednesday, 14 April 2021, 11:00 am, online. Abstract: Nowadays, material technology, digital fabrication and computational design allow the planning and realization of shape adaptable designs. Shape adaptation can

GCD Seminar

Talk by Stefan Pillwein on “Elastic Geodesic Grids and Their Planar to Spatial Deployment” Wednesday 10 March 2021, 11:00 am – online. Abstract: Elastic geodesic grids are a novel type of planar–to–spatial deployable structures. They are designed to approximate designer


Talk by Anja Wutte (DCCD) on “Shape Grammar as a Typology Defining Tool for Ancient Egyptian Funerary Monuments” Time: Wednesday 27 January 2021, 11:00 am – online. Abstract: This presentation proposes a parametric shape grammar for ancient Egyptian funerary monuments.