International Journal of Architectural Computing

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editor in chief: Professor Andre Brown, University of Liverpool, UK
published quarterly • ISSN 1478 07712015 journal prices/format options
2015 is volume 13

 

The International Journal of Architectural Computing (IJAC) is an exciting peer-reviewed journal founded by international organizations dedicated to promoting collaborative research and development of computer-aided architectural design. IJAC is committed to deepening the understanding of the foundations of digital systems for architectural design and the technologies enabling their development and application.

There are four issues of IJAC per year: published in both electronic and hard copies. Successively, one issue each year is supervised by Editorial Board members from its four founding organizations:

eCAADe Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe

ACADIA Association of Computer Aided Design in Architecture

SIGraDi Sociedad Iberoamericana de Grafica Digital

CAADRIA Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia

The Journal is also strongly supported by the CAADFutures Foundation and the Foundation also contributes to the editorial arrangements for IJAC.

The journal features high-quality, original research papers (including state-of-the-art reviews), brief papers, and letters in all theoretical and technological areas that make up the field of Architectural Computing. Certain issues will have contemporary themes.

 

We will consider papers on all caad-related areas, including:

• Architectural Design Decision Support Systems

• Agent-based Knowledge Application, Infrastructure and Architecture

• Responsive Environments and Smart Spaces

• Building and Construction Management and Robotics

• Cognitive Aspects of Design Computing Systems

• Computer Supported Collaborative Problem Solving and Practice

• Digital Design, Representation and Visualization

• Design Methods, Process and Creativity

• Electronic Communication, Activities and Distance Education

• Emerging Systems and Computing Paradigms

• Energy, Sustainable Building Technology Applications

• Environment and Behavior Recording and Simulations

• Evaluation and Standards for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Technologies

• System Evolution, Learning and Adaptation

• Human-Machine Interaction Design

• Implementation, Connections of Physical Environments and Virtual Worlds

• Case-Based Reasoning, Information Processing, Indexing and Retrieval

• Intelligent Support in Design and Built Environment

• Intention and Context Aware Computing

• Knowledge Based Design and Generative Systems

• Knowledge Management, Networks, and Communities

• Multi-Media Communications and Representations

• Multi-Modal Applications and Data Analysis

• Precedents, Prototypes and Case Studies

• Prediction, Evaluation and Validation

• Visual Thinking, Visual Computing, Spatial/Temporal Reasoning and Languages

 

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the editorial board includes

Andre Brown - Editor in Chief
University of Liverpool, UK

Prof. Nancy Cheng (A)
University of Oregon, Eugene, USA

Ass. Prof. Mike Christenson (A)
North Dakota State University, USA

Dr. Wassim Jabi (A)
Cardiff University, UK

Prof. Ganapathy Mahalingham (A)
North Dakota State University, USA

Prof Branko Kolarevic (A)
University of Calgary, Canada

Dr. Erik Champion  (C)
Massey University, New Zealand

Dr. Marc Schnabel(C)
Chinese University of Hong Kong

Prof. Thomas Fisher (C)
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China

Prof. Jane Burry (C)
RMIT University, Australia

Dr. Stanislav Roudavski (C)
The University of Melbourne, Australia

Dr. Teng-Wen Chang (C)
National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Prof. Tom Kvan (CF)
Hong Kong University, China

Em. Prof. Tom Maver (CF)
University of Stathclyde, UK

Dr. Henri Achten (E)
Technical University of Eindhoven, Netherlands

Dr. Aleksander Asanowicz (E)
Technical University of Bialystok, Poland

Prof. Bob Martens (E)
Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Dr. Johan Verbeke (E)
University of Brussels-Ghent, Belgium

Prof. Rivka Oxman (E)
Tecnion, Haifa

Prof Dirk Donath (E)
University of Weimar, Germany

Prof. Richard Coyne
University of Edinburgh, UK

Prof. Gabriela Celani, (S)
FEC – UNICAMP, Cidade Universitária "Zeferino Vaz" Campinas, SP, Brasil

Prof. Underleia Bruscato (S)
UNISINOS, São Leopoldo, RS, Brasil

Prof. Jose Ripper Kos (S)
Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil

Prof. Pablo C. Herrera (S)
Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería. Lima, Peru

Prof. Pedro A. Soza (S)
Universidade Chile, Santiago, Chile

(A) – indicates affiliation to ACADIA
(C) – indicates affiliation to CAADRIA
(CF) – indicates affiliation to CAADFutures
(E) – indicates affiliation to eCAADe
(S) – indicates affiliation to SIGRADI

 

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