The Computational Fabrication Group at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory investigates problems in digital manufacturing and computer graphics. The group is led by Professor Wojciech Matusik.


One paper accepted to ICRA 2019

Yuanming's latest paper ChainQueen was accepted to ICRA 2019. In this paper, he presented a differentiable deformable body simulator that opens up lots of possibilities for efficient controller and geometry design algorithms in robotics. Check out this video to see what amazining work can be done using his simulator!

DeepPainting in the news!

Liang Shi's Siggraph Asia paper: Deep Multispectral Painting Reproduction via Multi-Layer, Custom-Ink Printing, has been covered by lots of media outlets including TechCrunchForbes 1, Forbes 2, Fast CompanyEngadgetThe Telegraph, WIRED Italy, Daily MailMIT News, 3D Printing Media Network, MIT Sloan Management Review, New Atlas, and many more! Please check out his website for paper and data, or come to his talk if you are also at Siggraph Asia this week!

CFG alumna Adriana Schulz won MIT EECS's PhD thesis award

Congratulations to our CFG alumna Adriana Schulz, now an assistant professor at University of Washington, on getting the MIT EECS's George M. Sprowls Awards for Best PhD Thesis in Computer Science!

Interactive exploration of design trade-offs in the news!

Adriana's latest SIGGRAPH paper Interactive Exploration of Design Trade-Offs was covered in MIT news and Tech Explorist yesterday. Check out this project webpage to know more, or come to her presentation today if you are also at SIGGRAPH!