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Smartgeometry 2018 Toronto - Conference

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John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture Landscape, and Design

University of Toronto

1 Spadina Crescent

Toronto, Ontario M5S 2J5

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After four intense days of innovative work, the conference offers an opportunity for critical reflection on the topic of Machine Minds and the exposition of what has been accomplished in the Workshop. It is an opportunity to open debates, pose questions, challenge orthodoxies, and propose new ideas.


The conference will feature invited international keynote speakers showcasing major projects and research from around the globe that mark out the territory of the year's Challenge. Between keynote presentations it will also feature informal and open discussions between the speakers, invited respondents, leading practitioners, emerging talents in digital design and Cluster participants, offering inside perspectives on how computational design is creating hybrid disciplines.


The Smartgeometry 2018 Conference is a unique opportunity to hear insights into the challenges ahead for the discipline.

Conference fees include attendance to:

  • 2-Day Conference, 11-12th May
  • A Visit to the Workshop, evening of 11th May
  • Conference Reception, evening of 12th May

Reduced fees are available for students (CAD$150). For Student Rate, email registrar@smartgeometry.org to confirm academic status by sending a copy of your student ID. Please name the subject line of your email "SG Conference Student Rate Request". Following verification, you will receive an email with the discount code for use in registration.

If you are already attending the sg2018 Workshop, your fees include access to this event.

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Toronto, Ontario M5S 2J5

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