Register interest in Attending CDFAM NY 24
Following the success of the CDFAM Computational Design (+DfAM) Symposium held in New York City this June, we are announcing plans for our next NYC event in the Fall of 2024. The previous symposium provided a platform for leading designers, engineers, academics, and software developers in the fields of additive manufacturing, computational design, generative design, and simulation-driven design. The upcoming event will continue to focus on collaboration, innovation, and knowledge-sharing among industry experts.
We are now seeking expressions of interest from potential presenters for the CDFAM NY 24 Symposium, as well as providing the opportunity for attendees to be informed of updates.
If you have relevant projects, software or research in design for additive manufacturing, computational design, or related fields, we invite you to consider sharing your expertise. Presentation proposals can be submitted through our website, and our team is available for any inquiries or support.
We encourage those interested in attending to sign up for information on the event’s schedule, speakers, topics, and other details.
Whether you are a professional, an academic researcher, or software developer in the field of design and manufacturing, the CDFAM Symposium offers an opportunity to connect and learn.
Join us in New York City in 2024 for this or our first European CDFAM event we are planning for Spring 2024
Registration Interest to Present
Presenting at the Computational Design Symposium offers an unparalleled opportunity to showcase your work to a distinguished audience of professionals, academics, and thought leaders in the field. Beyond the presentation stage, the symposium provides a platform for networking, fostering collaborations, and engaging in meaningful dialogues that can lead to future partnerships and advancements in computational design.
To submit your proposal for a 20 minute presentation or propose a panel discussion, please provide the following:
- Topic: A concise title for your presentation.
- Abstract: 300-500 words outlining the core ideas of your proposed presentation
- Bio: A brief biography highlighting your expertise in the field.
Note: These details can be modified later, but they will be used for initial scheduling and selection.
Who Should Apply
- Software Developers
Submit to Present
Registration Interest to Attend
Please fill out the form below to register your interest and get updates as the details of the event are released.
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