CAD goes to Dubai

July 9, 2009
It's probably not too often that one gets invited to visit Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The International CAD Conference and Exhibition is to held there on June 21 to 25, 2010 at the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel. General Chair Les A. Piegl of the University of ...

It's probably not too often that one gets invited to visit Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The International CAD Conference and Exhibition is to held there on June 21 to 25, 2010 at the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel. General Chair Les A. Piegl of the University of South Florida asked me if I would like to attend. Yes, I would give my eye teeth to go! Not sure if it is feasible though, given the economy and such. Well, I can dream, eh?

The conference is for researchers, developers, suppliers, and government agencies engaged in computer-supported design and manufacturing. The event will include keynote presentations, industrial talks, technical papers, exhibits, and best paper awards. Conference topics include knowledge engineering, Web CAD, design theory, and genetic algorithms, among many others. More info

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