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.

News

04/17/2018
Petr Kellnhofer won Eurographics Annual Award for Best PhD Thesis

Our postdoctoral researcher Petr Kellnhofer received this year's Eurographics Annual Award for Best PhD Thesis for his strong technical contribution in perceptual modeling for stereoscopic 3D by running dedicated perceptual studies, deriving new perceptual models from his findings, and integrating these models in computer graphics algorithms. Congratulations!

04/04/2018
James Minor received NSERC Scholarship

Our Ph.D. student James Minor was recently awarded the NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) postgraduate scholarship for his academic excellence, research ability, and leadership abilities. This prestigious and highly competitive scholarship will support James financially for the next two years. Congratulations to James!

03/01/2018
AutoSaw in the news!

AutoSaw, a robotic carpenter developed in Adriana Schulz's latest ICRA paper Robot Assisted Carpentry for Mass Customization, has attracted a lot of media attention from MIT News, BBC NewsNew Atlas, cnet, Designboom, BGR, engadget, Popular Mechanics, The Verge, Business Insider Australia, Inverse, Science Daily, IEEE Spectrum, New Atlas, Electronics360, and many more!

10/26/2017
Melina Skouras joins Inria in December

After spending two wonderful years in our group as a Postdoctoral researcher, Melina Skouras is joining the IMAGINE team at Inria Grenoble as a tenured research scientist in December. Melina has helped many of us in various research projects with her knowledge and expertise. Congratulations to Melina on her next move in career!

09/27/2017
Congratulations to Dr. Chen!

Our very own Desai Chen successfully defended his PhD thesis Multiscale Methods for Fabrication Design this afternoon. His thesis committee members are Professor Wojciech MatusikProfessor Justin Solomon, and Professor Markus J. Buehler. Congratulations to Dr. Chen, and wish him the best of luck for everything in the future!

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