SMI 2012
Shape Modeling International 2012
May 22-25 2012
College Station, Texas, USA
Technical Papers Sculpting/Fabrication Papers Courses Exhibition
Technical Paper Submission Sculpting/Fabrication Papers Course Submission Submission for Exhibition
Venue Registration Travel Accomodations
Presentation Videos Conference Program
Technical Papers Committee Sculpting/Fabrication Committee Courses Committee Exhibition Committee
Helmut Pottman Greg N. Frederickson Carlo Séquin
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College Station

College Station is home of the main campus of Texas A&M University. The city's name comes from university's location along a railroad. College Station and Bryan together make up the Bryan-College Station metropolitan area, the sixteenth largest metropolitan area in Texas with 203,371 people. The city is located within the most populated region of Texas, near three of the 10 largest cities in the United States - Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio. For more information about the city see wikipedia .

May is one of the best times to visit College Station. Average temperature in May is approximately 24 C (75 F), which is relatively warm therefore it is comfortable to walk during May.

Conference Venue

The main conferences space will be the Geren Auditorium at the building B of Architecture complex in Texas A&M University. The Geren Auditorium is state-or-art conference facility that includes a large projection space and more than 100 chairs. Each chair has its own power outlet and internet connection. In addition, the room has Wireless connection. We will provide each attendance guest account to access internet. In front of Geren Auditorium, there is a large space that will be used as an exhibition space for posters. This large room can also be used to serve coffee during breaks. In addition to Geren auditorium, we will use C105 for parallel course sessions.

Click the link, for the location of the Langford Building B in an interactive campus map. For google maps, go to google maps and search for coordinates: 30.619233, -96.338307 for exact location.

The Langford B is a small two-floor building directly in-between the H. R. Bright building (Computer Science) and the Langford Architecture Building C housing the Visualization Department. The entrance to the Auditorium is on the side facing Langford Building C. You can also click here for a map showing the directions below.

Wright Gallery, which is located Langford Center A, will be used for fabrication and sculpture exhibition for the conference. Lunches will be served in the atrium of Langford A, in front of Dean's office.

The Bridges Organization:
Art and Mathematics
ISAMA: The international Society of the Arts, Mathematics and Architecture

Texas A&M University
College of Architecture
Texas A&M University
Visualization Department
Texas A&M University
Computer Science Department