Faculty, staff, students, as well as external researchers and industry professionals all contribute to the vital exchange of ideas and technologies in the SCDC. Core faculty come from the Stuckeman School's Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Graphic Design academic units. All involved are driven by the possibilities of advanced computation and it's affordances for improving products and processes for people.
SCDC Open House and Flash Symposium
Materiality + Computing
Date: 13–14 March 2018
Location: University Park, PA, USA
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The Stuckeman Center for Design Computing (SCDC) 2018 Flash Symposium, Materiality + Computing, will feature interdisciplinary presentations and workshops on generative design and material computation, as well as an open house featuring an exhibition of the design computing research ongoing in the Stuckeman School and the Penn State School of Visual Arts.
The two-day event will feature a series of design computing workshops on Tuesday, March 13, followed by a series of guest lectures on Wednesday, March 14.