The university dates back to 1915 and is now located on two main campuses, Vancouver and Okanagan. It is a comprehensive research university with a total of about 60,000 students from nearly 140 countries. The 4,700 faculty members are engaged in research in fields such as arts, sciences, medicine, law and business. To date UBC graduated 7 Nobel prize winners.
Vancouver ranks consistently as one of the most livable places in the world for its high standard of living and quality of life. It is also one of the cleanest cities in the world.
The conference agenda includes academic/industry keynote presentations, parallel paper sessions, workshops and panel discussions. Special features include:
Online proceedings archival: extended abstracts are archived in the online proceedings with proper cross-referencing
CAD'16 welcomes novel contributions on the theory and applications of Computer Aided Design including modeling, analysis, high-performance graphics, data management, knowledge engineering, collaborative design, reverse engineering, and prototyping. Applications include architecture, bio-medicine, mechanical design, civil engineering, fashion industry, industrial design, sustainable energy design, etc.
CAD'16 is a Save the Trees - Save the Earth conference. All conference materials are stored in the cloud and delivered electronically. That is, the conference program, the proceedings, unpublished journal papers, presentation files as well as videos are available for download only. You may download them to your mobile computer and bring them with you to the conference.