The EAEA was founded in 1993 in Tampere, Finland, and has reconvened every two years since then. What had originally started as a platform for European academic institutes making active use of optical endoscopy instrumentation, gradually but steadily evolved into a wider range of design visualisation and simulation interests.
The EAEA was established at the founding meeting in the Department of Architecture in the Department of Architecture in Tampere University of Technology in Finland in 1993. Since then, over the 23 years of its existence, it has organized 12 successful biennial Conferences, the most recent resulting in the excellent monograph “Envisioning Architecture : Image, Perception and Communication of Heritage” (ISBN 978-83-7283- 682-6). This was hosted by Lodz University of Technology in September 2015. Previously the Conferences were:
11 EAEA Conference | 2013 | Milan | Politecnico di Milano
10 EAEA Conference | 2011 | Delft | Delft University of Technology 09 EAEA Conference | 2009 | Cottbus | Brandenburg University of Technology
08 EAEA Conference | 2007 | Moscow | Moscow Institute of Architecture (MARCHI)
07 EAEA Conference | 2005 | Dortmund | University of Applied Sciences
06 EAEA Conference | 2003 | Bratislava | Slovak University of Technology
05 EAEA Conference | 2001 | Essen | University of Essen
04 EAEA Conference | 1999 | Dresden | Dresden University of Technology
03 EAEA Conference | 1997 | Delft | Delft University of Technology 02 EAEA Conference | 1995 | Vienna | Vienna University of Technology
01 EAEA Conference | 1993 | Tampere | Tampere University of Technology
The 13th Conference in Glasgow will continue and extend the wonderful theme of “envisioning” all aspects of architecture with particular concern with the complementary ways in which we do this- not least to the public.