The Fabrication and Sculpting Event (FASE) presents original research at the intersection of theory and practice in shape modeling, fabrication, and sculpting. FASE focuses on the practical problems of generating shapes and specifically addresses the interplay of theory and practice. FASE invites practitioners who have inspiring ideas to contribute their work concerned with techniques to design, sculpt and fabricate shapes. The work with clear algorithmic or mathematical aspects along with practical applications such as digital heritage is particularly desired.
FASE solicits papers that pose new questions and motivate further research in designing, fabrication, and sculpting. Topics should be useful, for example, in the following areas:
(1) Fabrication of digital models,
(2) Advanced manufacturing techniques such as additive manufacturing, laser cutting or CNC milling,
(3) Interactive or procedural design of manufacturable shapes,
(4) Interconnections of complex modeling and fabrication processes,
(5) Visually stimulating fabrication techniques or printed structures.
All FASE paper submissions will be handled via the easy-chair system following a one-stage peer review cycle. Accepted FASE papers will be published in a special issue of the Hyperseeing magazine. FASE paper presentations will be 15 minutes in length. They will be presented in a special FASE session at the SMI 2020. Accepted papers and posters must be presented in person by registering the SMI conference.
SMI’FASE 2020 will be co-located with the Shape Modeling International (SMI 2020) and the Symposium on Solid and Physical Modeling (SPM 2020) and will take place from June 2nd to 4th. Important notice to all attendees: SMI 2020 will be organized as a teleconference due to the coronavirus outbreak. The conference program will be exactly the same as in previous years; it will include paper presentations, keynote talks, and several workshops but everything will be done using remote conferencing services. All attendees will participate in the conference remotely with video/audio and slide sharing; there will be no on-site participation.
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome:
Full papers describing methods in detail with a limit of 16 pages.
Short papers describing methods in less detail with a limit of 8 pages.
Posters describing methods in much less detail with a limit of 4 pages.
April 24, 2020 :: Abstract Submission Due
April 27, 2020 :: Full Paper Submission Due
May 13, 2020 :: Acceptance Notification
May 20, 2020 :: Camera Ready Papers Due
June 2-4th, 2020 :: Online Event
The call for papers and the instruction how to submit the work can be found here:
FASE technical chairs
Oleg Fryazinov (Bournemouth University)
Melina Skouras (Inria, Grenoble)
Shinjiro Sueda (Texas A&M University)