"Hello, Culture"

Computer-Aided Architectural Design Futures 2019

Welcome to CAAD futures 2019 !

“Hello, Culture !"

Things are nothing without being defined by someone. All things including creation or social phenomenon have been given meaning through being understood.

In 2019, the theme of the conference is "Hello, Culture" borrowing from "Hello, World" which is used in all programming languages. As if to say hello to a new world, we are looking forward to meeting with a new cultural area. The new and diverse cultural areas will be defined through contemporary architectural, design, engineer and other researches.

CAAD Futures 2019, with its theme "Hello, Culture", warmly welcomes every contribution to understanding cultures in any shape or form. Subjects of the conference are as follows, but there are no limit.

Recommend Subject list

Computational design research,
Theories of design in the digital age,
Design cognition,
Design and cultures,
Algorithmic and parametric design,
Data analytics,
Design and decision support systems,
Building information modeling
Virtual/augmented reality,
Smart buildings,
Smart cities,
CAAD curriculum
Shape & form studies,
Modeling & simulation,
Digital Heritage,
AI for design
Digital aids to design creativity,
Human-computer interaction,
Collaborative design


Here is the CAAD futures website: CAAD futures Foundation
You can get the general information of CAAD futures.

Reviewer Committees

Important dates

Cameara-ready Submission: 29th March, 2019

Workshop Date: 20 - 25th June, 2019
Conference Date: 26 - 28th June, 2019

[CLOSED]
Final Acceptance Notice : 28th February, 2019
Extended Full paper submission: 15th January, 2019
Notification of Abstract Acceptance : 15th October, 2018
Abstract Submission Deadline extension : 14th September, 2018
Abstract Submission: 31th August, 2018

Submissions

All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.


• Cameara-ready Full Paper Submission: 29th March, 2019
• Extended Final Acceptance Notice: 10th March, 2019

• Extended Full paper submission: 15th January, 2019
• Final Acceptance Notice : 28th February, 2019
Notification of Abstract Acceptance : 15th October, 2018
• Extended Abstracts Submission Extension: 14th September, 2018
• Extended Abstracts Submission: 31th August, 2018

Authors are expected to submit papers using EasyChair submission system via the link that will be provided on the CAAD futures2019 website. Please download template and write down through the file.
The paper should have a minimum of 10 pages and must use the instructions described in the template.

Download Template

Registration

Our conference provides to all registration :

  • Entrance to All open sessions
  • Access to full conference proceedings
  • Refreshment breaks
  • One ticket for the Reception Dinner
  • Registration Regulation :

  • For inclusion in the CAAD futures 2019 Conference Proceedings and Publication,
         at least one registration per submission is required by 5 April 2019.
  • Cancellation after registration is not possible for any reason.

  • Registration fees (USD)

    Before 21 April 2019 After April 21 2019
    Normal Registration 580 700
    Student Registration 375 425
    Onsite Registration - 700
    Accompaying Person - 100

    Workshop fees (USD)

    Title Days Fee (USD)
    01 How to design cultural products 3 days
    2019.06.20-22
    320
    02 Rhino/GH Shape Grammars 4 days
    2019.06.22-25
    400
    03 Facilitating research
    with embedded technologies
    2 days
    2019.06.23-24
    250
    04 The 3rd cultural DNA workshop 1 days
    2019.06.25
    Invited
    only
    05 Contextualized Digital Heritage
    Workshop -Buyeo
    3 days
    2019.06.20-22
    320
    06 Fractal Geometry: Recursive algorithm
    for architectural design
    3 days
    2019.06.23-25
    320
    07 Hybridizing digital culture and ecology:
    toward new biomimicry for city,
    landscape, architecture and agriculture
    3 days
    2019.06.23-25
    320
    08 Introduce Research of GSCT, KAIST 1 days
    2019.06.25
    Free

    Keynotes

    "Announcing our keynote speakers."

    Terry Knight

    Terry Knight

    Professor, MIT

    Design and Computation
    in the Department of Architecture

    Robert Woodbury

    Robert Woodbury

    Professor, Simon Fraser

    Architecture and
    the Engineering Design Research

    Wohn Kwangyun

    Kwangyun Wohn

    Chairperson, NST

    National Research Council of
    Science and Technology

    Workshops

    The CAAD futures 2019 Daejeon workshops invite researchers and industry practitioners to share their research experience, original research results and practical development experiences on specific new challenges and emerging issues of design computing.

    The Workshop will be held at the CAAD futures conference in Daejeon on 20-25th June, 2019 (depending on their length). The registration fee for workshops will be determined by the conference (not the workshop itself). The fees will be paid to the conference (the fee will be added according to the number of workshops you choose), and the conference will provide workshop facilities including the working notes printing, the meeting room, coffee break, etc.


    The List of Workshops

    01

    How to Design Cultural Products

    by Yu-Hsiu Hung
    (2019.06.20 - 22)

    02

    Rhino/
    GH Shape Grammars

    by Rudi Stouffs/ Andrew Li / Dan Hau
    (2019.06.22 - 25)

    03

    Facilitating Research with Embedded Technologies

    by Mathew Schwartz/ Andrzej Zarzycki
    (2019.06.23 - 24)

    04

    The 3rd Cultural DNA Workshop

    by Ji-Hyun Lee
    (2019.06.25)

    05

    Contextualized Digital Heritage Workshop - Buyeo


    by Danilo Di Mascio / Jongwook Lee
    (2019.06.20 - 22)

    06

    Fractal Geometry : Recursive Algorithm for Architectural Design

    by Iasef Md Rian
    (2019.06.23 - 25)

    07

    Hybridizing digital culture and ecology : toward new biomimicry for city, landscape, architecture and agriculture

    by Claire Bailly
    /Jean Magerand
    (2019.06.23 - 25)

    08

    Introduce Research of GSCT, KAIST

    by Graduate Students of GSCT
    (2019.06.25)

    Venue

    Daejeon, Korea

    Daejeon Daejeon

    Daejeon is the fifth largest city in Korea with a population of approximately 1.5 million people living in an area of 540 km2 (the total area of the Korean peninsula is 222,154 km2). The city name comes from the Chinese characters 大(dae) and 田(jeon), which means "great field." Located in the center of Korea, Daejeon serves as a hub of transportation. Major expressways and railways connecting the country from the north to south converge in Daejeon. With this wonderful transportation network, it is possible to travel anywhere in the country in under half a day from Daejeon.
    Daejeon is also known as the city of science, and many science and research institutes are established here. KAIST is located in the northwestern part of Daejeon. (Ref: KAIST Handbook, AirBnB post)



    KAIST & GSCT

    Daejeon Daejeon

    KAIST; Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
    KAIST was established in 1971 to model a research focused university and to foster elite human resources in science and technology needed by the nation. Currently, KAIST has successfully become a well-respected member of the worldwide science community.
    In the future, KAIST must become a university in which the world lays its eye upon, by discovering the best leaders, offering the best education, and becoming the envy of the academic world, not only within Korea but all over the world through the university’s first invention.

    GSCT; Graduate School of Culture Technology
    The Graduate School of Culture Technology was established in 2005 under the support of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. It aims to foster top-quality professionals by providing an interdisciplinary education program and research envirionment encompassing cultural arts, sociology, and media technology.

    - To foster global leaders for the culture and media industry
    - To develop core technologies for the culture and media industry
    - To provide interdisciplinary education that fuses technology, art, business, and social and human sciences
    (Ref: official site of KAIST, GSCT)

    Directions to KAIST Main Campus [CLICK]



    Hotel

    Lotte City Hotel Daejeon [good offer]
    Lotte City Hotel Daejeon opened in March 2014 in Daejeon, where it’s a hub of R&D and education in the Northeast Asia, a mecca of advanced science and technology, and the Silicon Valley of South Korea. This 18-story hotel is located in front of the Daejeon Convention Center, and has 304 modern-designed rooms, a luxurious restaurant commanding a sky view, and multi-purpose banquet halls.
    Through our partnership with the hotel, we will provide the guest rooms for conference participants at a discounted price. In addition, buses will be available to go to school on the day of the conference, so Lotte City Hotel will be a good choice for conference participants.
    We are preparing a payment system for those who wish to make reservations through the conference. Please wait a moment for uploading to this homepage.

    Lotte City Hotel, Daejeon [CLICK]

    Ramada Hotel Daejeon [good offer]
    Ramada Hotel Daejeon will open in April 2019 in Daejeon, near the Yusong Hot Spring station.The official homepage has not yet been opened, and it takes about 20 minutes (Distance: 5km) by car to KAIST.
    We are preparing a payment system for those who wish to make reservations through the conference. Please wait a moment for uploading to this homepage.

    Ramada Hotel, Daejeon

    Hotel Interciti Daejeon
    Hotel Interciti is equipped with high-tech facilities for supreme events and seminars. The luxurious interior, comfortable and calm rooms, and special dishes that captivate the taste of our customers are a customized service that meets the styles of customers, this hotel will maintain their reputation as the leading luxury hotel in Daejeon.
    Hotel Interciti is adjacent to Yuseong Oncheon Station within Yuseong Oncheon Theme Street, and visitors can enjoy nature and the hot spring together with the neighboring Yuseong foot bath experience center, herbal medicine foot bath cafe, etc.

    Hotel Interciti Daejeon [CLICK]

    Toyoko Inn Daejeon
    Toyoko Inn, located near the Daejeon Government Complex, offers convenient access to a variety of transportation options and affordable accommodation.

    Toyoko Inn Daejeon [CLICK]



    Transportation

    To visit KAIST, you can take a bus or train from Incheon International Airport to Daejeon.

    flight Incheon International Airport >>> Daejeon

    BY BUS
      1. Start: Incheon Bus Terminal 9D ~ Destination: Daejeon Government Complex Station
      2. Start: [BUS_604] Dunsan Police Station ~ Destination: Korea Institute of Geoscience Station



    BY TRAIN
      1. Start: [SUBWAY] Incheon Airport Station ~ Destination: Seoul Station
      2. Start: [TRAIN_KTX] Seoul Station ~ Destination: Daejeon Station
      3. Start: [BUS_201] Daejeon Station ~ Destination: Jung-ang-ro Station (Exit. 6)
      4. Start: [BUS_604] Jung-ang-ro Station (Exit. 8) ~ Destination: Korea Institute of Geoscience Station

    Contact

    For more details, please contact us.

    Ji-Hyun Lee :: jihyunlee@kaist.ac.kr
    Taeha Yi :: yitaeha@kaist.ac.kr

    Location

    directions

    Graduate School of Culture Technology (N25 Building), 291, Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 305-701 Korea