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CALL FOR PAPERS: Artificial Intelligence and Additive Fabrication
Submissions will be accepted until October 31, 2023
The journal of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing recently announced a call for papers focusing on the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Additive Fabrication.
This issue aims to gather insights from professionals, academics, and researchers who are delving into the integration of AI in the additive manufacturing process with guest editor for this special issue is Marcelo Coelho, Head of Design at Formlabs and Lecturer at the MIT Department of Architecture.
Key areas of interest include:
Design: Neural network architectures, data structures, and generative strategies for encoding three-dimensional form, material property, fabrication settings, and post-processing information
Adaptive fabrication: Machine learning algorithms for control, support generation, geometry and print process optimization
Material development: AI-based approaches for modeling, simulating, selecting and testing new materials
User interfaces: New modes of human-tool interaction enabled by artificial intelligence
Personalization: Mass customization and the integration of user data and feedback during the design and fabrication stages
Logistics and quality control: AI-driven demand prediction, part inspection, and adaptive manufacturing processes
Applications: Improvement of existing applications and development of entirely new uses of additive manufacturing enabled by artificial intelligence
New tools: Novel additive fabrication techniques, driven by artificial intelligent systems and ranging from nano to architectural scales
Society: Ethical, legal, and environmental implications of AI and 3D printing technologies
The call for papers encourages the submission of original research and reviews that shed light on how AI technologies are being harnessed to enhance the efficiency and precision in additive fabrication.
Submissions are open for peer-review by a panel of experts with a deadline of October 31, 2023.
Please consult the Instructions for Authors before submitting your manuscript.
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