Cambridge, MA | June 12 - 13, 2017
The Symposium on Computational Fabrication is an interdisciplinary venue that brings together leading experts from academia and industry in the area of computer graphics, geometry processing, mechanical engineering, materials science, architecture, human-computer interaction, robotics, and applied math. The goal is to learn about fundamental questions and issues related to computational aspects of fabrication, provide a platform for discussing ideas and initiating collaborations that will pioneer new approaches in this area, and provide a venue for disseminating research results.
Please visit last year's website: SCF 2016, for an overview of all previous keynote speakers and submissions.
SCF 2017 is co-located with the SIGCHI summer school on Computational Fabrication and Smart Matter (June 14-18).
If you are a PhD student and interested in attending, please apply through the summer school website.
Starting this year, we are accepting original technical contributions in the form of paper submission.
All papers undergo a rigorous review process by the SCF program committee.
Upon acceptance, papers will be presented at the symposium and archived in the ACM Digital Library.
We keep our review cycle tight and notify authors within less than 3 weeks of submission.
We have two paper submission deadlines:
Paper Deadline 1: January 31, 2017; Notification: Feb 17, 2017; Camera Ready: March 3, 2017.
Paper Deadline 2: March 24, 2017; Notification: April 10, 2017; Camera Ready: April 21, 2017.
Submitting to either one of the two deadlines is exactly equivalent, and there will be no differences in the review processOnline Submission
After Acceptance: Special Issue of Computers and Graphics Journal
We are also very pleased to announce that authors of accepted research papers
will be invited to submit extended, significantly revised versions of their manuscripts (>30% new content)
for inclusion in the Special Issue of Computers and Graphics Journal on Computational Fabrication.
The C&G Journal is ranked as one of the top four venues in Computer Graphics,
and has developed a reputation for quality and speed.
We will contact authors about this opportunity after their papers are accepted.
|Steel-Sense: Integrating Machine Elements with Sensors by Additive Manufacturing||CHI' 16||webpage|
|An Integrated Design and Fabrication Strategy for Entirely Soft, Autonomous Robots||Nature||webpage|
|A 3D Printer for Interactive Electromagnetic Devices||UIST’16||webpage|
|Metamaterial Mechanisms||UIST' 16||webpage|
|Printable Hydraulics||ICRA' 16||webpage|
|Fab Forms: Customizable Objects for Fabrication with Validity and Geometry Caching||SIGGRAPH' 15||webpage|
|Pteromys: Interactive Design and Optimization of Free-formed Free-flight Model Airplanes||SIGGRAPH' 14||webpage|
|Human-computer Interaction for Hybrid Carving||UIST' 13||webpage|
|Computational Design of Linkage-Based Characters||SIGGRAPH' 14||webpage|
|Texture Mapping Real-World Objects with Hydrographics||SGP' 15||webpage|
|Tactum: A Skin-Centric Approach to Digital Design and Fabrication||CHI' 15||webpage|
|Elastic Textures for Additive Fabrication||SIGGRAPH' 15||webpage|
We invite you to present your work at the SCF poster/demo session.
Working computational fabrication prototypes and tools,
software platforms utilizing computational fabrication techniques,
including both research and commercial systems,
as well as artwork and visual designs that relate to or utilize computational fabrication.
Illustrate recent research on computational fabrication previously published in another venue or
cover late-breaking technical results and research.
Deadline: April 24, 2017; Notification: May 1, 2017; Camera Ready: May 8, 2017.
To submit a poster or demo please write up 1 page (incl. references) in SIGGRAPH paper format. (LaTeX | Word).
Please include author names and affiliations in the write-up.
We strongly encourage authors to submit supplementary materials (e.g., the layouted poster, a video, or website describing the work).
Upon acceptance, poster and demo submissions will be made available as non-archival work in the ACM Digital Library.
|Physical Rendering with a Digital Airbrush||SIGGRAPH '14||webpage|
|PAPILLON: Expressive Eyes for Interactive Characters||SIGGRAPH '13||webpage|
|constructable: Interactive Construction of Functional Mechanical Devices||SIGGRAPH '13||webpage|
|Affiliation||Early-bird (by May 28, 2017)||Regular / On-site|
|ACM SIGGRAPH / SIGCHI Member Student Member||$50||$75|
|Banquet Ticket (Not Included in Registration)||$50||Not available|
To take advantage of membership pricing when you register, you must first be an ACM, ACM SIGGRAPH or ACM SIGCHI member. Credits will not be given if you become a member after registering for SCF 2017. To become a member, visit ACM, ACM SIGGRAPH or ACM SIGCHI websites.
Prior to May 28, 2017, cancellations will be refunded in full (minus credit card charges). Cancellations received from May 28, 2017 through June 11, 2017 will be charged a 50% cancellation fee. No refunds will be given after June 11, 2017.
Please book your accommodation early. The MIT commencement will be on thursday and friday right before SCF. Hotels might run out of space quickly. We cannot offer a reduced conference hotel rate, but recommend the following close-by hotels.
Disney Research Zurich
University of Toronto
University of Toronto
Hebrew University of Jerusalem