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CALL FOR POSTERS - BETWEEN THE 9TH AND THE 23RD OF MARCH, 2017
Scholars, researchers and Ph.D. Students are invited to submit original posters to Geometrias’17, the International Conference with “Thinking, Drawing, Modelling” as leitmotif to be held in the Department of Architecture of Coimbra’s University, between the 16th and the 18th of June, 2017. All posters’ presentations describing researches and works in progress related to the Conference research areas are welcome.
Accepted posters will be included in the Book of Abstracts to be distributed to all Geometrias’17 participants.
The poster session includes a short presentation by the Author, accompanied by discussion with attendants, supported on the poster with dimensions 700 mm x 1000 mm (a poster template will be delivered to authors with accepted poster presentations).
Geometrias’17 aims to bring together current researches on the didactics of Geometry, Drawing as science of representation, Stereotomy, three-dimensional modelling, parametric logics and digital fabrication. Further information on Geometrias’17 Keynote Speakers and accepted papers’ presentations are available through this webpage.

INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS:
Posters proposals must be submitted through an abstract, to geometrias@aproged.pt, between the 9th and the 23rd of February, 2017.
All proposals will be peer-reviewed and authors notified of its acceptance (or not) until March, the 9th.
Authors with an accepted extended abstract might present one poster (referring to a different research) without additional registration fees.
We advise Authors to submit the abstracts for original poster presentations in English, although the poster itself might be written in Portuguese, Spanish or English.
To submit the abstract of your poster presentation, use this Microsoft Word file as edition template.

 
 
CALL FOR PAPERS - DEADLINE EXTENSION UNTIL NOVEMBER THE 20TH, 2016
Recently, we’ve been witnessing a considerable increment in the exploration of digital media in the field of arts and engineering, especially in the methodologies applied in the development and production of objects. With that intent, virtual environments made possible by computer technologies, complemented by the appearance of new tools that enhance the exploration of new forms and the utilization of new materialities allowed by the arrival of new products in the market, generated an enormous development in the current architectonic and artistic production.
On the other hand, this atmosphere is constantly promoting the renewal of our own perspective upon constructive systems and the most traditional representational methods, which has been promoting, also in this subject, an improvement for innovative solutions, even if stimulated from recreations or reinterpretations of forms and objects.
This whole new dynamics is encouraging an emergent technological impact on every level, but in a very specific way, on the creative process in Architecture and Design, which implies a need to rethink didactics in itself, its learning methodologies and the way students develop their skills related to the representational and visualization procedures.
These matters have been systematically discussed in Aproged’s International Conferences, which usually gather around Geometry-related themes and, more specifically, its numerous creative explorations in the educational environment or in the field of academic research, project design and professional and technological investigations. From multidisciplinary perspectives, the importance of geometric literacy is enhanced for the creative process in Architecture, Arts, Drawing, Design and Engineering, fields of expertize apparently distant but, in essence, close to Geometry, the fundamental branch from which they derive.
Aware of the emergency in discussing these concerns in a contemporary context, for the 2017 edition, we propose “Thinking, Drawing, Modelling” as leitmotif, aiming to bring together current researches not only on the didactics of Geometry, but also on Drawing as representation science, stereotomy, tridimensional modelling, parametric logics and digital fabrication.

The Organizing Committee is pleased to announce that the Call for Papers of the Geometrias’17 International Conference takes place between April, the 15th and November the 5th, NOVEMBER THE 20TH, 2016.
We express our gratitude to everyone who shares this information and look forward for your proposals.

 

INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS:
We advise Authors to submit extended abstracts written in English, although Portuguese or Spanish extended abstracts are not to be excluded (mind that an abstract may be written in English and the full paper in Portuguese or Spanish).
The extended abstracts should refer to papers that are original and unpublished elsewhere.
For English written extended abstracts, download the template from http://www.aproged.pt/abstracttemplateen.docx
If you prefer to submit your extended abstract in Portuguese or Spanish, download the template from http://www.aproged.pt/abstracttemplatept.docx
Submit your extended abstract in pdf format until the 5th of November, NOVEMBER THE 20TH, 2016, via EasyChair (see details below).
All extended abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee (double-blind review).
All authors will be notified on this according to this schedule.
For Authors, registrations occur between the 5th of January and the 15th of February, 2016, 8th of January and the 28th of February, 2016 through this registration form.
For papers with more than one Author, it is required that at least one of the Co-Authors presents its registration.
For each extended abstract, it is due the registration of one Author and for the registration of each Author, one paper abstract.

     
     
   
EXTENDED ABSTRACTS' SUBMISSION
Log in to EasyChair and visit Geometrias'17 submission webpage:
 
     
If you do not have an EasyChair account, please click on sign up for an account.
Sign in using your EasyChair Username and Password.
Click on 'New Submission' to submit your extended abstract (in pdf format).
Provide all the information requested.
Click 'Submit'.
If you have any questions, please contact us through geometrias@aproged.pt
     
   

PAPERS SELECTED FOR PRESENTATION BY THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (listed by order of submission)

PAPERS TO BE PRESENTED IN PORTUGUESE:

Samanta Aline Teixeira,
Thais Regina Ueno Yamada.

O PRINCÍPIO DO CREASE PATTERN NO ORIGAMI:
UM ESTUDO SOBRE O MAPEAMENTO DE DOBRAS

BRAZIL

Teresa Pais.

O DOMÍNIO DA PERSPETIVA NO DESENHO DE OBSERVAÇÃO

PORTUGAL

Maria João Pinto.

TEMPO DA FORMA

PORTUGAL

Cátia Ramos.

GUARDA’S REPRESENTATION LABORATORY (100-2010):
RESEARCHING, INTERPRETING, MODELLING AND VISUALISING A CITY’S GROWTH

PORTUGAL

Joana Maia.

CRIATIVIDADE ORDENADA:
O SENTIDO DE PROPORÇÃO NA ARQUITECTURA DE JOÃO ÁLVARO ROCHA

PORTUGAL

Alexandra Castro.

GEOMETRIA E TECNOLOGIAS DIGITAIS NA ARQUITECTURA DE HERZOG & DE MEURON

PORTUGAL

Constantino Rodrigues.

MODELLING OF THOUGHT IN DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY

PORTUGAL

Luísa Mendes Tavares,
Danielle Spada.

SKETCHBOOK:
EXERCÍCIO DE EXPRESSÃO PARA ALUNOS DE DESIGN

BRASIL

Ana Paula Rocha, Debora Fantinato, Renata Beltramin, Daniel Moreira.

DESENHO DE CONCEPÇÃO EM ARQUITETURA:
O PAPEL DO DIAGRAMA NO PROCESSO DE PROJETO

BRAZIL

PAPERS TO BE PRESENTED IN SPANISH:

Andres Martín-Pastor, Alicia Lopez Martínez

HELICOIDES DESARROLLABLES DE HÉLICE CILÍNDRICA Y SU APLICACIÓN COMO SUPERFICIE ARQUITECTÓNICA

SPAIN

PAPERS TO BE PRESENTED IN ENGLISH

Daniela Velichová.

LACE CURVES

SLOVAKIA

Cornelie Leopold.

PERSPECTIVE TRANSFORMATIONS FOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

GERMANY

Filipa Osorio, Alexandra Paio,
Sancho Oliveira.

ORIGAMI TESSELATIONS - FOLDING ALGORITHMS FROM LOCAL TO GLOBAL

PORTUGAL

Modris Dobelis.

A MEASURING OF ENGINEERING GRAPHICS LITERACY

LATVIA

Isidora Đurić, Ratko Obradovic, Nebojsa Ralevic.

A REVIEW OF AUGMENTED REALITY FOR ARCHITECTURE VISUALIZATION

SERBIA

Beniamino Polimeni.

PRODUCING DESIGN OBJECTS FROM REGULAR POLYHEDRA:
A PRACTICAL APPROACH

TURKEY

Roberta Gadaleta

RESEARCH OF NEW MORPHOLOGIES OF STEREOTOMIC BOND FOR DOME IN STONE ARCHITECTURE

ITALY

H. Müller, C. Nething, A. Schalk,
D. Kovaleva, O. Gericke, W. Sobek

POROUS SPATIAL CONCRETE STRUCTURES GENERATED USING FROZEN SAND FORMWORK

GERMANY

Vera Spinadel

APPLICATION OF THE PROPORTION THEORY TO FORM DESIGN

ARGENTINA

Victor Rodriguez Izquierdo

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DIGITAL PRODUCTION OF A PARAMETRIC GEOMETRY DESIGN. CASE STUDY: NEW FOYER FOR THE CASINO IN STUTTGART

SPAIN

Maurizio Barberio

PROTOTYPING STEREOTOMIC ASSEMBLIES:
STONE POLYSPHERE

ITALY

Micaela Colella

THE DOME AS MINIMAL HOUSING UNIT:
“GHIBLI” AND “D-HOME” PROTOTYPES

ITALY

PAPERS TO BE PRESENTED IN GEOMETRIAS'17 FIRST SPECIAL SESSION

Anita Pawlak - Jakubowska

PARAMETRIC MODELING OF CLASS II MECHANISMS APPLIED IN MOVABLE STRUCTURES

POLAND

Monika Sroka-Bizoń

HOW TO CONSTRUCT RED SEA?

POLAND

Dudzik Piotr, Terczyńska Ewa, Tytkowski Krzysztof

MODELING AS THE WAY OF ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE

POLAND

Jolanta Tofil

HOW TO IMPROVE THE EDUCATION OF ENGINEERS - VISUALIZATION OF STRING CONSTRUCTION BRIDGES

POLAND

Szymon Filipowski, Michał Nessel

ALGORITHMIC APPROACH IN THE DESIGN OF REPETITIVE PATTERNS ON ARCHITECTURAL SURFACES

POLAND

Michał Nessel, Szymon Filipowski

EXAMPLES OF GENETIC ALGORITHMS USAGE IN GEOMETRY AND ALGORITHMIC DESIGN

POLAND

 

 

POSTERS ACCEPTED FOR PRESENTATION

Thaís Regina Ueno Yamada

FLAT FOLDABLE STRUCTURE IN GLUED LAMINATED BAMBOO BASED ON KIRIGAMI DESIGN

BRAZIL

Hirotaka Suzuki, Kenta Nakura, Takuya Maemura, Michico Iwata, Yuki Akizuki, Norikazu Matsumoto

GEOMETRICAL STUDY FOR CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT OF ILLUMINANCE IN A GYMNASIUM

JAPAN

Cristina Càndito

ARCHITECTURAL PERSPECTIVES IN THE DECORATION OF SEVENTEENTH CENTURY GALLERIES IN GENOA

ITALY

João Cabeleira

ANALYSING A VEDUTA

PORTUGAL

Vera Viana

MODELLING CLOSE PACKING SYSTEMS

PORTUGAL

     
     
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