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Computational Inverse Design of Deployable Structures

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Research at the EPFL Geometric Computing Laboratory (GCM) aims at empowering creators. We develop efficient simulation and optimization algorithms to build computational design methodologies for advanced material systems and digital fabrication technology. Mathematical reasoning, geometric abstractions, and powerful numerical methods are key ingredients in our work.

In this talk I will show how these tools can be used to solve challenging inverse problems for deployable structures that can transition between multiple geometric states. Several design studies will highlight how the interplay of geometry, computation, and digital fabrication technologies facilitates the discovery of new material systems with superior functional performance. Such systems offer a wide variety of potential applications, for example in industrial and consumer products, soft robotics, medical devices, or architecture.

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