scientific fields

Abstracts can address the following topics:

Collection of information, such as:
Tracking and mapping methods;
Biometric sensing of users.

Semantic organization of information, such as:
Ontologies for the built environment;
Synthesis of the form / Abstraction and lightBIM;
GIS-Geographic Information Systems;
BIM-Building Information Model / VDC-Virtual Design and Construction.

Syntactically and semantically formal languages, such as:
Shape grammars;
Machine learning processes;
Cellular automata.

Representation, visualization and interaction, including:
CAD and BIM;
Mixed Realities;
Photogrammetry and 3D scan;
Human-computer interaction;
Computer vision.

Architectural design automation, such as:
CAD /BIM/IFC;
Parametricism and generative design;
Shape grammars;
Artificial intelligence tools.

Urban and building performance analysis, such as:
Environmental analysis;
Multi-criteria analysis;
Flow and crowd analysis;
Space Syntax;

SCAVA-Space Configuration, Accessibility and Visibility Analysis;
Convex and Solid Void Analysis;
Agent-based design.

Automated manufacturing and construction, such as:
Digital fabrication, CAM;
3-4-5D BIM.

Active management of the built environment, such as;
Participatory urbanism;
Smart buildings and smart cities;
Facility Management and 6-7D BIM.

Formal Methods in teaching architecture, such as:
Teaching methodologies;
Learning experiences and digital training;
Spatial reasoning through visual programming and coding.