SPM-Solid and Physical Modeling 2018

Date: Mon, Jun 11 2018

Hour: 09:00

Location: Bizkaia Aretoa

Speakers: Kai Hormann, Leif Kobbelt, Charlie Wang

SPM will be held in Bizkaia Aretoa from the 11th to the 13th June 2018

SPM is an international conference series that aims at all aspects of geometric and physical modeling, and their application in design, analysis and manufacturing, as well as in biomedical, geophysical, digital entertainment, and other areas. The symposium is organized with the support of the Solid Modeling Association (SMA), which will award the 2018 Pierre Bezier Prize for contributions to solid, shape, and physical modeling during the conference.

Important dates
(Deadlines @ 23:59 UTC/GMT)

Feb 2, 2018 Abstract Submission Due
Feb 16, 2018 Full Paper Due - Extended
Mar 26, 2018 First Review Notification
Apr 13, 2018 Revised Paper Submission Due
Apr 20, 2018 Final Notification of Acceptance
Apr 27, 2018 Camera-Ready Full Papers Due
May 1, 2018 Notification of Acceptance - Posters
Jun 11-13, 2018 Symposium @ Bilbao, Spain

General Information:
Accepted full-length papers will be published in Computer-Aided Design (Elsevier) after a rigorous two-stage double-blind review process. The submitted papers must be written in English and present original, previously unpublished results that are not simultaneously submitted elsewhere. SPM 2018 invites the submission of full-length papers on topics related to, but not limited to, the following:

- 3D fabrication/printing/manufacturing technologies
- Anisotropic/heterogeneous/composite materials
- Applied algebraic and differential geometry
- Applied computational geometry and topology
- Computational fabrication
- Curve, surface, and manifold modeling
- Dimensioning and tolerancing
- Feature modeling, recognition, and understanding
- Geometric and topological representations
- Geometric modeling and processing
- Isogeometric and finite element analysis
- Meshing and mesh optimization
- Numerical analysis of geometric algorithms
- Physically-based modeling and simulation
- Reverse engineering/reconstruction of surfaces/solids
- Robustness and validity of geometric computations
- Shape modeling, synthesis, and analysis




*Registration Fee Required




USI Lugano, Aachen University, TU Delft

Confirmed speakers:

Kai Hormann, Leif Kobbelt, Charlie Wang