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Issue 6.2

Workflows for Advanced Manufacturing in Design

The digitization and automation of design and manufacturing present a rich potential for overlaps between seemingly disparate disciplines. Exploring these overlaps is the basis for the Digital Manufacturing and Design (DManD) Centre at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). The Centre engages engineering, architecture, design, material science, and computer science specialists to develop integrated workflows and new applications leveraging the Centre’s continually expanding fabrication capabilities. Within this fluid working environment, architectural research moves beyond being the recipient of new technologies and instead contributes more fundamentally to developing advanced manufacturing and design automation. The DManD Centre, founded in 2015 by Dr. Martin L. Dunn, is currently headed by Director Dr. Low Hong Yee and Director of Research Dr. David Rosen.

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