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Announcing CDFAM Computational Design Symposium to be held in Berlin at AXICA
May 7-8, 2024
The CDFAM 24 Berlin Computational Design Symposium is scheduled for May 7-8, 2024, at the AXICA, an iconic venue in the heart of Berlin, situated on Pariser Platz near the historic Brandenburg Gate.
AXICA's Forum Space, a remarkable creation by Frank Gehry completed in 2001, reflects his signature style. It features asymmetrical, biomorphic structures enveloped in over 100 brushed stainless-steel plates, with a tessellated glass roof allowing natural light to flood the conference area. This innovative interior contrasts with the traditional facade of the DZ Bank building, placing the symposium in a unique setting beside the US Embassy and the Brandenburg Gate.
The presentation space at the CDFAM 24 Berlin Computational Design Symposium is equipped with a state-of-the-art PA system. Sound-optimized wooden wall panels and carpeting enhance acoustics, ensuring clear audibility for all presentations. Additionally, a large LED screen will be available for high-quality visual displays, supporting engaging and super compelling PowerPoint presentations from our speakers throughout the two-day event.
As we continue to finalize the schedule and welcome submissions, our lineup for CDFAM 24 Berlin is shaping up impressively, featuring distinguished computational design experts from NASA, Arup, Altair, Synera, BIG, 1000Kelvin, Rafinex, Spherene, Cognitive Design Systems, F=F, ToffeeAM, DTU, Carbon, and New Balance, with more exciting announcements on the way.
Score early bird ticket pricing to secure the opportunity to learn and network with top-tier professionals in design, engineering, architecture, software development and academia.
Scope of the Symposium
The symposium aims to explore computational design across multiple scales, from micro, meso to macro, and mega. Covering the full the breadth of computational design and advanced manufacturing, from AI empowered material development to optimizing part and system performance, along with the latest in generative and simulation-driven design, extending to architectural scale research and applications.
If you are interested in participating in the event as a speaker or sponsor, applications are still open but filling fast.
We are thankful to have the support of AMBER - Additive Manufacturing Berlin Brandenburg to help bring CDFAM to the city of Berlin.