The SCULPT track: “Shape Creation Using Layouts, Programs, & Technology” is the successor of the former FASE track (“Fabrication and Sculpting Event”) at SMI.
SCULPT is focused on original research on the theory and practice of shape design, sculpting, and architecture.
It includes the physical realization of the envisioned shapes via tentative mock-up constructions, sketching, computer-aided modeling,
constructivist assembly of parts, or 3D-printing. The presented work may have an underlying algorithmic or mathematical basis,
and it may also address the inverse process of obtaining a clean CAD model from a given physical artifact.
Papers should clearly describe the way in which interesting geometrical shapes have been conceived, modeled, and optimized. Ideally such papers should inspire readers to try to use similar approaches to create additional interesting shapes.
We also invite you to submit your original work for exhibition at the SCULPT event, where we will showcase the theory and practice of shape design, sculpting, and architecture. Accepted works will be digitally showcased in the exhibition section of SCULPT 2023. Review criteria for Virtual Exhibition include: (1) Mathematical content; (2) Aesthetic appeal; (3) Medium; (4) Craftsmanship; (5) Innovation and originality; and (6) Artist statement and artwork description.
SCULPT solicits manuscripts that pose new questions and motivate further research in designing, fabrication, and sculpting. Topics should be useful, for example, in the following areas:
All manuscripts must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome:
All SCULPT paper submissions (including full and short papers) will be handled via the EasyChair System, following a one-stage peer review cycle. Accepted SCULPT papers will be published in a special issue of the Hyperseeing magazine. SCULPT paper presentations will be 15 minutes in length. They will be presented in a specific SCULPT Zoom session. Authors of accepted papers are expected to give a presentation on-line Zoom in a special scheduled on-line SCULPT session. The paper presentations and Show & Tell event will be be 6-7 July, 2023 starting around 9:00 am in California time such that it can be accesable all over the world.
We also invite you to submit your original work for exhibition at the SCULPT event, where we will showcase the theory and practice of shape design, sculpting, and architecture. Accepted works will be digitally showcased in the exhibition section of SCULPT 2023. Submissions must be completed by 30 May 2023 (extended to 5 June 2023). Notification of acceptance will be made via email by June 15 2023 (extended to 20 June 2023). Review criteria include:
Works in Virtual Exhibition will be presented in Show & Tell format during Online meeting. We will record the video of the presentation. The text and images from submisson will be turned into a permenant Virtual exhibitionirtal Exhibition. We will create a website similar to art exhibitions of Bridges and Joint Mathematical Meeting. For submission a short description of the work and one or more images or videos are sufficient.
SMI'SCULPT will occur as a mostly online event on July 7, 2023. A part of the paper presentations will be broadcasted in one of the conference rooms in the International Geometry Summit