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FINAL PROGRAM

  Wednesday
15-09-2010
Thursday
16-09-2010
Friday
17-09-2010
8:00 - 9:00 Registration Registration Registration
9:00 - 10:00 Keynote
Speaker 1
Keynote
Speaker 2
Session
9.1
Session
9.2
10:00 - 10:30 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
10:30 - 11:45 Session
1.1
Session
1.2
Session
5.1
Session
5.2
Keynote
Speaker 3
11:45 - 13:00 Session
2.1
Session
2.2
Session
6.1
Session
6.2
Session
10.1
Session
10.2

13:00 - 14:30
 

Lunch
 
Bentley
Panel Disc.

Lunch
 

Lunch
 
14:30 - 16:00 Session
3.1
Session
3.2
Session
7.1
Session
7.2
Session
11.1
Session
11.2
16:00 - 16:15 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break (30min)
16:15 - 17:45 Session
4.1
Session
4.2
Session
8.1
Session
8.2
AGM


18:00 - 22:00

 


Conference Dinner

 


Gala Dinner

 
 



Keynote Speakers

The conference includes presentations from three keynote speakers.

Keynote Speaker 1: Prof. Dietmar Eberle -- ETHZ

Title: The Future of the Past

Keynote Speaker 2: Mr. Peter Head -- Arup

Title: A global revolution in urban and rural living

Summary: Peter will describe a global research project into how 9 billion people could live in a sustainable way on the planet in 2050, and what policies and investments are needed to deliver this, including tackling climate change, resource depletion and biodiversity destruction. The research used an evidence base of best practice around the world to build a vision of the future that met the ‘ecological age’ model. He will give feedback from his global lecture tour to 25 countries discussing these findings and talk about the technologies and urban design and architectural directions that are likely to emerge from this transition.

Keynote Speaker 3: Prof. Dr. Chye Kiang Heng -- NUS Singapore

Title: Researching Urban Sustainability in Asian Cities: methodological journeys

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Paper Sessions

Note: The paper ID is given for each paper. This information is for the people who have the CD of the proceedings where all files are named using their ID only.

Session 1.1: Virtual Reality

Integration of VR technology in buildings management: The lighting system
Alcínia Zita Sampaio, Miguel M. Ferreira, Daniel P. Rosário
pp. 729-737; ID = 3
e-Warisan SENIBINA: Towards a collaborative architectural virtual heritage experience
Ahmad Rafi, Azhar Salleh, Avijit Paul, Reza Maulana, Faisal Athar and Gatya Pratiniyata
pp. 739-746; ID = 23
Development of a City Presentation Method by linking Viewpoints of a Physical Scale Model and VR
Toshiki Tokuhara, Tomohiro Fukuda, Nobuyoshi Yabuki
pp. 747-754; ID = 73
Spatial Navigational Patterns Induced by Real and Virtual Architectural Environments
Anastasia Pechlivanidou-Liakata, Maria P. Kerkidou, Stelios C. Zerefos, Mladen Stamenic, Tina Mikrou, Adam Doulgerakis
pp. 755-763; ID = 134


Session 1.2: Information/Knowledge Architecture

A semantic and parametric method for 3D models used in 3D cognitive-information system
Fabrizio I. Apollonio, Marco Gaiani, Cristiana Corsi
pp. 863-872; ID = 114
Exploring the Patterns and Relationships of Urban Attributes by Data Mining
Ahu Sokmenoglu, Gülen Çağdaş, Sevil Sarıyıldız
pp. 873-881; ID = 139
The Digital Emerging and Converging Bits of Urbanism: Crowddesigning a Live Knowledge Network for Sustainable Urban Living
Flora Dilys Salim, Jane Burry, David Taniar, Vincent Cheong Lee, Andrew Burrow
pp. 883-891; ID = 149
Space index - A retrieval-system for building-plots
Benjamin Dillenburger
pp. 893-899; ID = 193



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Session 2.1: CAAD Curriculum

Searching for Innovation through Teaching Digital Fabrication
Timothy L. Hemsath
pp. 21-30; ID = 17
Collaborative 3D modelling and printing: what you see is not directly what you get
Farid Mokhtar Noriega, Harald Gaterman, Enrique Rayoon Alvarez
pp. 31-40; ID = 61
A preliminary study for a teaching framework that incorporates CAD/CAM media into the Basic Design Studio
Chor-Kheng Lim
pp. 41-50; ID = 113
Increasing Design Reflection and improving feedback using Wikis
Michael W Knight, Andre G.P Brown
pp. 51-55; ID = 135


Session 2.2: Simulation, Visualization, Prediction and Evaluation

A Virtual Environment Model for Brussels Capital Region's Future Urban Development Projects: Preliminary Ideations
Burak Pak, Johan Verbeke
pp. 539-547; ID = 160
Digital Simulation of the City for Three Millions Inhabitants by Le Corbusier: Geometrical analysis, electronic reconstruction and video animation
Alberto Sdegno
pp. 549-556; ID = 130
Use of a WiFi location estimation service as a tool for presenting real time information during a river cruise
Yuri Queiroz Abreu Torres, Tomohiro Fukuda, Nobuyoshi Yabuki
pp. 557-564; ID = 80
Development and Social Experiment for a Tourism Information Collection System by Tourists
Yasuyo Yoshikawa, Tomohiro Fukuda, Nobuyoshi Yabuki
pp. 565-573; ID = 34



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Session 3.1: CAAD Curriculum

Utilizing 4D BIM models in the early stages of design
Ozan Önder Özener, Woonseong Jeong, James Haliburton, Mark J. Clayton
pp. 89-96; ID = 58
Teaching Building Information Modeling at Undergraduate and Graduate Levels
Wei Yan
pp. 97-106; ID = 136
SKG IN_FLUX: An urban ‘process-plan’
Anastasia Tzaka, Nikos Kalogirou, Giorgos Papakostas, Ioanna Symeonidou
pp. 107-114; ID = 131
Use of grammar for shape exploration with novice students: Experiment 1: Against the First Impressions
Mohamed S. Ibrahim, Alan Bridges, Scott C. Chase, Samir Bayoumi, Dina S. Taha
pp. 115-124; ID = 91
Emotive Spaces: Spatial interpretations based on the book “Der Ohrenzeuge” by Elias Canetti
Marco Hemmerling, Anke Tiggemann
pp. 125-132; ID = 211


Session 3.2: New Design Concepts and Strategies

A Design Methodological Framework for Interactive Architecture
Henri Achten, Miloš Kopřiva
pp. 169-177; ID = 171
Generation of a New Urban Block for the Future City: A Bottom-up Approach for the Future City Block
Betül Tuncer, Sinan Mert Sener
pp. 179-185; ID = 177
Shape grammars for innovative hybrid typological design
Dhuha Al-kazzaz, Alan Bridges, Scott Chase
pp. 187-195; ID = 22
SOMcity: Networks, Probability, the City, and its Context
Klaus Wassermann
pp. 197-205; ID = 165
Urban Protophenomenon: Introducing the notion of primordial phenomenon in urbanism
Claudio Araneda
pp. 207-215; ID = 118



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Session 4.1: CAAD Curriculum

Urban Infrastructure & Architectronics
AnnaLisa Meyboom, Jerzy Wojtowicz
pp. 133-141; ID = 43
Exploring the Patterns and Trends of Socio-spatial Activities of Architecture Student Community in Istanbul by Data Mining
Ahu Sokmenoglu, Ceyhun Burak Akgul
pp. 143-150; ID = 138
Designing Interactions: A step forward from Time Based Media and Synthetic Space design in architectural education
Vassilis Bourdakis
pp. 151-156; ID = 183
Contemporary metropolitan conditions: New Challenges for Design Education
Guilherme Lassance, Djamel Klouche, Fabiana Izaga, Gabriel Duarte
pp. 157-166; ID = 210


Session 4.2: Design Tool Development

Experimenting with Building Footprint Formation and Volume Optimization: A constraint programming approach for the optimization of building-volumes based on combinatorial rectangular footprint formations
Martin Schoch, Apichat Praditsmanont
pp. 419-427; ID = 69
One Mill per Student: Designing a low cost prototype mill for architectural use
Volker Koch, Willy Abraham, Sebastian Selbmann, Andreas Kindsvater, Petra von Both
pp. 429-436; ID = 99
Spatializing Planar Ornaments: Towards esthetic control in segmenting and building curved surfaces
Milena Stavric, Urs Hirschberg, Albert Wiltsche
pp. 437-443; ID = 100
­-FREAC: A Technical Introduction to a Framework for Enhancing Research in Architectural Design and Communication
Reinhard Koenig, Torsten Thurow, Jörg Braunes, Christian, Tonn, Dirk Donath, Sven Schneider
pp. 445-451; ID = 117
Mixer Modeling – An intuitive design tool: Using a hardware controller to actuate parametric design software
David Lemberski, Marco Hemmerling
pp. 453-458; ID = 214



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Session 5.1: Simulation, Visualization, Prediction and Evaluation

Optimizing Solar Insolation in Transformable Fabric Architecture: A Parametric Search Design Process
Earl Mark
pp. 461-470; ID = 104
A framework for a sustainable design and presentation process of furniture collection
Marco Gaiani, Silvia Ferioli, Pier Carlo Ricci, Mirko Barone, Michele Agnoletti
pp. 471-480; ID = 107
Integrating sound scattering measurements in the design of complex architectural surfaces: Informing a parametric design strategy with acoustic measurements from rapid prototype scale models
Brady Peters, Tobias S. Olesen
pp. 481-491; ID = 55
Illuminating the Design: Incorporation of natural lighting analyses in the design studio using BIM
Ozan Önder Özener, Francisco Farias, James Haliburton, Mark J. Clayton
pp. 493-498; ID = 56


Session 5.2: Design Tool Development

Assessing computational tools for urban design: Towards a 'City Information Model'
Jorge Gil, José Beirão, Nuno Montenegro, José Duarte
pp. 361-369; ID = 21
Towards a meaningful Usage of Digital CNC Tools: Within the Field of large-scale Landscape Architecture
Christophe Girot, Mathias Bernhard, Yves Ebnöther, Pia Fricker, Alexandre Kapellos, James Melsom
pp. 371-378; ID = 51
Attractive City - an interactive city generator
Edyta Augustynowicz, Stefanie Sixt, Sofia Georgakopoulou
pp. 379-387; ID = 196



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Session 6.1: Simulation, Visualization, Prediction and Evaluation

Visual perception and visualization tools for visual impact assessment (VIA) on urban streetscape
Ahmad Rafi, Ruzaimi Mat Rani
pp. 575-581; ID = 26
Energy Monitoring and Visualization System for U-ECO City: Designing a Spatial Information Model for Energy Monitoring in the Context of Large Amount Data Management on a Web Based Platform
Dongyoun Shin, Thomas Seibert, Steffen P. Walz, Yoon Choe, Sung Ah Kim
pp. 583-591; ID = 66
World16: Innovation and Collaboration in VR Technology
Yoshihiro Kobayashi, Christopher J. Grasso, Michael J. McDearmon
pp. 593-603; ID = 156
Protocol Growth: Development of Adaptable City Models through Self-Organization
Dimitris Gourdoukis
pp. 605-614; ID = 63


Session 6.2: Design Tool Development

Function & Action: Verifying a functional program in a game-oriented environment
Gabriel Wurzer, Antonio Fioravanti, Gianluigi Loffreda, Armando Trento
pp. 389-394; ID = 54
Proposition of a parametric model for non standard timber construction
Shaghayegh Shadkhou, Jean-Claude Bignon
pp. 395-402; ID = 133
Geometric Programming Framework: ANAR+: Geometry library for Processing
Guillaume Labelle, Julien Nembrini, Jeffrey Huang
pp. 403-410; ID = 142
Form Generator: A CAD tool for conceptual design development
Birgül Çolakoğlu, Gökhan Keskin
pp. 411-417; ID = 188



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Session 7.1: Simulation, Visualization, Prediction and Evaluation

A Study on Viewshed Frequency Analysis for establishing Viewpoints
Sang Bok Lee, Jung Rim Ryu, Seung Yeon Choo, Seung Hak Woo, Ji Hyo Seo, Jin Sung Jo
pp. 615-622; ID = 89
Computer-generated circulation diagrams in macro-scale design investigation
Odysseas Kontovourkis
pp. 623-632; ID = 97
Applied multi-scale design and optimization for people flow
Sam Joyce, Vincent Tabak, Shrikant Sharma, Chris Williams
pp. 633-639; ID = 148
System-Embedded Building Design and Modeling: Parametric Systems Modeling of Buildings and their Environment for Performance-based and Strategic Design
Philipp Geyer, Martin Buchholz
pp. 641-650; ID = 166
Scale and Complexity: Multi-layered, multi-scalar agent networks in time-based urban design
Jeannette Kuo, Dominik Zausinger
pp. 651-657; ID = 158


Session 7.2: New Design Concepts and Strategies

Uneasy Coincidence? Massive urbanization and new exotic geometries with algebraic geometry as an extreme example
Günter Barczik
pp. 217-226; ID = 215
Digital fabrication inspired design: Influence of fabrication parameters on a design process
Agata Guzik
pp. 227-235; ID = 67
How To Make The Soft Skin?: A preliminary framework for the parametric design of the bionic soft skin
Yun-Ying Chiu
pp. 237-242; ID = 78
Parametric Origami: Adaptable temporary buildings
Heike Matcha, Ante Ljubas
pp. 243-251; ID = 222
Interfacial Design: Situating Contemporary Autopoietic Techniques within the Context of the Autonomy Project and Biotechnological Revolution
Joshua M. Taron1, Sebastian von Mammen
pp. 253-262; ID = 202



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Session 8.1: Generative and Parametric Design

Parametric Approach to the Bioclimatic Design of a Student Housing Building in Patras, Greece
Angelos Chronis, Katherine A. Liapi
pp. 313-319; ID = 140
Performance-oriented design of large passive solar roofs: A method for the integration of parametric modelling and genetic algorithms
Michela Turrin, Peter von Buelow, Rudi Stouffs and Axel Kilian
pp. 321-330; ID = 181
Energy codes re-investigated
Aant van der Zee, Bauke de Vries
pp. 331-337; ID = 15
Procedural modeling of urban green space pattern designs taking into account ecological parameters
Ulrike Wissen Hayek, Noemi Neuenschwander, Jan Halatsch, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey
pp. 339-347; ID = 79
A grammar for Portuguese historical urban design
Alexandra Paio, Benamy Turkienicz
pp. 349-358; ID = 4


Session 8.2: City Modelling

Analyzing the Changes of Bosphorus Silhouette
Suzan Girginkaya Akdag, Gülen Çağdaş, Caner Guney
pp. 815-823; ID = 40
Enhancing A Virtual City with Collective Memory: A Pilot Study of Jalan Malioboro in Yogyakarta
Sushardjanti Felasari, Chengzhi Peng
pp. 825-831; ID = 53
A grammar-based procedural design guideline visualization diagram for the development of SVA Masdar City
Jan Halatsch, Thomas Caro, Bruno Moser, Gerhard Schmitt
pp. 833-840; ID = 168
A Generative Design Model for Gaziantep's Traditional Pattern
Esra Gürbüz, Gülen Çağdaş, Sema Alaçam
pp. 841-849; ID = 233
A Generative Design System to interactively explore different urban scenarios
Giuseppe Pellitteri, Raimondo Lattuca, Giuseppe Conti, Raffaele De Amicis
pp. 851-859; ID = 207



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Session 9.1: Simulation, Visualization, Prediction and Evaluation

The use of digital 3-D information to assess urban environmental quality indicators
Eugenio Morello, Cláudio Carneiro, Gilles Desthieux
pp. 499-506; ID = 111
Computing towards Responsive Architecture: Energy based Simulation Software for Responsive structures
Angeliki Fotiadou
pp. 507-513; ID = 179
Evaluating the Environmental Implications of Density: A comparative case study on the relationship between density, urban block typology and Sky View Factor performance
Ji Zhang, Chye Kiang Heng, Daniel Jun Chung Hii, Patrick Janssen, Lai Choo Malone-Lee, Beng Kiang Tan
pp. 515-527; ID = 92
Macro Thinking & Micro Action: A digital simulation example for the southern part of Beijing, China
Xiaofan Deng, Haidong Ma
pp. 529-537; ID = 199


Session 9.2: Collaborative Design

Extreme Designing: Proposal for the transfer of concepts from the agile development to the architecural design process
Stephan Droste
pp. 661-666; ID = 74
Developing Shared Urban Visions through Participation Supported by Digital Tools
Matevz Juvancic, Spela Verovsek, Anja Jutraz, Tadeja Zupancic
pp. 667-676; ID = 96
Co-Adaptive Environments: Investigation into computer and network enhanced adaptable, sustainable and participatory environments
Yasu Santo, John Hamilton Frazer, Robin Drogemuller
pp. 677-686; ID = 110
Operations of conception in Architectural Collaborative Design
Samia Ben Rajeb, Caroline Lecourtoi, François Guéna
pp. 687-695; ID = 124



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Session 10.1: CAAD Curriculum

Future Users, Future Cities: Dweller as designer
Murat Germen, Emrah Kavlak
pp. 57-64; ID = 29
Limited Embodied Programmisng: Teaching programming languages to architects
Julien Nembrini, Guillaume Labelle, Jeffrey Huang
pp. 65-72; ID = 145
A Design Studio Pedagogy for Experiments in Collaborative Design
Kateřina Nováková, Henri Achten, Dana Matějovská
pp. 73-79; ID = 172
Revisiting the Architecture Curriculum: The Programming Perspective
António Leitão, Filipe Cabecinhas, Susana Martins
pp. 81-88; ID = 195


Session 10.2: Collaboration Design

A conceptual framework for the formulation of stakeholder requirements
Antje Kunze, Gerhard Schmitt
pp. 697-705; ID = 167
Facilitating architectural communities of practice
Bige Tunçer, Sevil Sariyildiz
pp. 707-716; ID = 219
Agent based Emission evaluation of Traffic in Dynamic City Models
Gideon D. P. A. Aschwanden, Tobias Wullschleger, Hanspeter Müller, Gerhard Schmitt
pp. 717-726; ID = 229



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Session 11.1: Generative and Parametric Design

Implementing a generative urban design model: Grammar-based design patterns for urban design
José Beirão, Gelly Mendes, José Duarte, Rudi Stouffs
pp. 265-274; ID = 84
Palladian Graphs: Using a graph grammar to automate the Palladian grammar
Thomas Grasl, Athanassios Economou
pp. 275-283; ID = 5
From Mesh to Ornament: Subdivision as a Generative System
Michael Hansmeyer
pp. 285-293; ID = 192
Future Community in Istanbul: An Interpretation of Istanbul To Generate a New Urban Life
Ebru Arkut Ulu, Burcu Arkut, Onur Yuce Gun
pp. 295-303; ID = 85
Schemas and rules in the design process: A case study
Gabriela Celani, Leandro Medrano
pp. 305-312; ID = 184


Session 11.2: City Modelling

3D-GIS Integration for Virtual NewcastleGateshead
Emine Mine Thompson, Margaret Horne
pp. 767-775; ID = 49
Urban Space Planning for Sustainable High Density Environment
Nicolas Ladouce, Limin Hee, Patrick t. Janssen
pp. 777-785; ID = 90
Models for Creating the Prospective City: Opportunities and Challenges of 4D GIS and Virtual Environments
Burak Pak, Johan Verbeke
pp. 787-795; ID = 161
Ontologies for Cities of the Future: The quest of formalizing interaction rules of urban phenomena
Armando Trento, Antonio Fioravanti, Gianluigi Loffreda
pp. 797-804; ID = 224
Environmental Catalysts for a Computational Urbanism
Steve(n) Hardy, Jonas Lundberg
pp. 805-814; ID = 65



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Bentley Panel Discussion

Topic: Overcoming Challenges to Research and Education in Computer Aided Architectural Design

Moderator: Scott Chase, Professor of Digital Design at Aalborg University, Denmark

Annual General Meeting (AGM)

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