Call For Abstracts – McGill School of Architecture – "Design + Computation: The Virtue of the Virtual"
The Cultural Mediations and Technology Program at McGill School of Architecture is hosting an interdisciplinary conference next May, 2011 called Design + Computation: The Virtue of the Virtual. We have issued a call for abstracts that invites practitioners, teachers and researchers from any discipline to respond to this call for papers by submitting an abstract (500 words maximum) including title, by May 15th, 2010.
A limited number of travel stipends are available. Graduate students are welcome to submit. Respondents will be notified by June 1st. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org . We look forward to receiving your abstract.
Thank you for circulating this information.
The CMT Conference Organizing Committee”
Torben Berns, McGill University School of Architecture
Michael Jemtrud, McGill University School of Architecture
Martin Bressani, McGill University School of Architecture
John Zissovici, Cornell University School of Architecture
Adrian Lewis, Cornell University, School of Operations Research and Industrial Engineering
(Source: David Krawitz, Administrative Officer, McGill School of Architecture)