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建筑学国际博士生项目—数字设计与机器人建造方向

第十届暑期工作营

第二届数字设计与机器人建造国际会议(CDRF2020)


2020上海“数字未来”




机器智能


“数字未来(DigitalFUTURES)”是一年一度的学术活动,该活动由同济大学、上海建筑数字建造工程技术研究中心主办,同济大学建筑与城市规划学院、同济大学建筑设计研究院(集团)有限公司主要承办,包括一系列会议、工作营及展览。


2020年是“数字未来”系列活动的十周年,活动将继续促进各学术机构中计算性设计、机器人建造以及其它建筑智能领域的理论与科学研究,并鼓励国际合作与互动。




主题




在1950年发表的“计算性机器与智能”一文中,阿兰·图灵(Alan Turing)预判到机器很快将会具备学习的能力并发展出独立的智能。70年后的今天,图灵的预判已经得到了印证。当今,机器学习在人工智能技术的发展中起着至关重要的作用,并且已经成为建筑师研究的重点领域。


机器智能为主题,2020“数字未来”不仅期待对机器学习与建造机器人技术展开深入地探索,同时也将包含其它形式的建筑智能,如材料智能、集群智能、人工智能、智能设计与建造,以及可视化、感知交互和建成环境控制中的智能技术等。


如今的建筑学科在与这些智能技术的交互中已经产生了本质的转变,以至于对于建筑师身份的定义也在经历着颠覆式的变化。建筑师的创造性不再局限于人类智能本身,而是以义肢延展的方式拓展到了人机共生的关系之中,进而反过来通过机器智能不断重塑着对于建筑本身的想象。另一方面,建筑环境也在发生着革新。从智能热环境到智能建筑,再到整体化的智能城市,建筑环境已经从本质上成为了智能化的空间。


在这一建筑学技术转型背景下,2020“数字未来”期待通过一系列学术对话,对智能的定义进行反思,并从理论和技术的角度探索智能技术在建筑生产中的发展与应用。




活动议程




国际博士生课程

时间:2020年6月21日-26日, 7月06日-11日


机器智能工作营

时间:2020年6月27日-7月04日


国际会议

时间:2020年7月05日




为了更好地推进计算性设计、机器人建造以及其它建筑智能领域的理论与科学研究,并鼓励国际合作与互动,2020上海数字未来现针对:


·建筑学国际博士生项目—数字设计与机器人建造方向 招生


·第十届暑期工作营指导团队 征集


·第二届数字设计与机器人建造国际会议(CDRF2020) 征稿







International PhD Program in Architecture—Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication

The 10th Summer Workshop

The 2nd International Conference on Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication (CDRF 2020)


DigitalFUTURES Shanghai 2020




MACHINE INTELLIGENCE


DigitalFUTURES is an annual series of academic events, consisting of a conference, workshops and exhibition, hosted by Tongji University and Shanghai Digital Fabrication Engineering Technology Center, and organized by the College of Architecture and Urban Planning and Tongji Architectural Design (Group) Co., Ltd.


In 2020 DigitalFUTURES celebrates its 10th anniversary. The aim of DigitalFUTURES is to encourage international collaboration and interaction, and to promote theoretical and scientific research into computational design, robotic fabrication, and other areas of architectural intelligence.




Theme




In the article “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” (1950), Alan Turing predicted that machines would soon be able to learn and develop intelligence. 70 years later, it is clear that Turing was absolutely correct. Machine learning now plays a central role within artificial intelligence, and has become an important new area of research for architects.


The theme of DigitalFUTURES 2020 is ‘Machine Intelligence’. This refers most directly to machine learning and machines involved in robotic fabrication. But it also refers to all other forms of architectural intelligence, such as material intelligence, swarm intelligence and artificial intelligence, along with intelligent design and fabrication, and intelligent techniques for visualizing, monitoring and controlling the built environment.


The discipline of architecture is being transformed by machine intelligence. So too, the architect is also being transformed. No longer limited by human intelligence, the architect is becoming a cyborg-like creature, drawing upon machine intelligence as a prosthetic extension to the architectural imagination. Likewise, the built environment is also being transformed. From smart thermostats through to intelligent buildings and entire smart cities, the built environment is becoming an intelligent environment.


The intention behind this year’s events is to promote a series of scholarly dialogues on these technological transformations in architecture, in an attempt to redefine the notion of intelligence and its role in architectural production from both a theoretical and technological standpoint.




Schedule




International PhD Program in Architecture

21 - 26 June, 06 - 11 July 2020


Machine Intelligence Summer Workshop

27 June - 04 July 2020


International Conference

05 July 2020




To encourage international collaboration and interaction, and to promote theoretical and scientific research into computational design, robotic fabrication, and other areas of architectural intelligence, DigitalFUTURES 2020 is now calling for:


· Applicants for the International PhD Program in Architecture-Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication


· Instructing teams for the 10th Summer Workshop


· Papers for the 2nd International Conference on Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication(CDRF 2020)