Speakers at CDFAM 24 Berlin.
May 7-8, 2024
We are excited to announce the initial speakers at the upcoming CDFAM Computational Design Symposium in Berlin, the first of it’s kind event in Europe, bringing together a dynamic mix of professionals from the world of computational design and advanced manufacturing.
This year’s symposium will showcase a diverse array of speakers, including leading academics, top-tier designers, engineers and architects from around the world, along with the software companies who develop the computational tools we use (and abuse).
Our speakers come from varied backgrounds, encompassing fields such as aerospace, architecture, mechanical engineering, through to machine learning, material, and software development. They will be sharing their insights and experiences in applying computational design and advanced manufacturing in various domains, ranging from designing lighter and more efficient spacecraft structures through material and topology optimisation, to pioneering ecological approaches in building design systems.
The initial list of speakers are now listed on the event page, with more to be confirmed leading up to the event.
For those interested in sharing their work and ideas, we still have a few speaker slots available.
Please submit your proposals using the CDFAM speaker submission form by December 15th.
Take advantage of our early bird discounted tickets, available until January 1st, 2024.
The symposium will feature presentations on the latest advancements in generative design, AI’s role in revolutionizing design processes, and the integration of computational methods in creating sustainable and efficient building systems. Attendees can look forward to discussions on the fusion of biomechanics with computational design, showcased in cutting-edge projects like the development of a 3D-printed robotic hand.
In addition to over 30 presentations, the symposium will offer opportunities for networking and collaborative discussions, enabling attendees to exchange ideas with pioneers in the field. This event is a must-attend for anyone interested in the intersection of design, engineering, and technology, offering a glimpse into the future of these rapidly evolving disciplines..
To see the full list of speakers and learn more about their expertise, please visit the CDFAM Berlin speakers page.
Join us at the CDFAM Computational Design Symposium to be part of a community shaping the future of design and manufacturing.
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