Computation, Appearance and Manufacturing



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The Computation, Appearance and Manufacturing group focuses on inventing new computational tools that release the full potential of advanced manufacturing processes, such as additive manufacturing (also known as 3D printing). With the immense growth of the manufacturing hardware in resolution, scale and speed, the algorithm complexity increases even more dramatically. We therefore aim at developing hardware-aware, scalable algorithms for advanced manufacturing.

Currently, we are focused on harnessing the power of AI, especially machine learning, for inventing the next generation of computational design and fabrication algorithms.


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