Patrocined events

The list of sponsored events is presented below:

Nexus 2023

The 14th international, interdisciplinary conference “Nexus 2023: Relationships Between Architecture and Mathematics” will take place 12- 15 June 2023 in Torino, Italy, presented by DAD – Department of Architecture and Design of the Politecnico di Torino and Kim Williams Books.
This important meeting is the fourteenth conference in the Nexus series, following those in 1996 (Fucecchio, Florence, Italy), 1998 (Mantua, Italy), 2000 (Ferrara, Italy), 2002 (Óbidos, Portugal), 2004 (Mexico City), 2006 (Genoa, Italy), 2008 (San Diego, USA), 2010 (Porto, Portugal), 2012 (Milan, Italy), 2014 (Ankara, Turkey), 2016 (San Sebastián – Donostia, Spain), 2018 (Pisa, Italy), 2020/2021 (Kaiserlautern, Germany, held online).
The Nexus conferences are dedicated to explorations of the relationships between architecture and mathematics through abroad panorama of topics. Over the years since the Nexus conferences began in 1996, conference participants have presented studies of buildings both large and small, as well as entire cities and neighborhoods, designed by great architects of the past such as Leon Battista Alberti and Andrea Palladio, and by modern masters such as Xenakis, Le Corbusier, Frei Otto and Frank Lloyd Wright, and contemporary architects such as Anna Bofill and Greg Lynn. These works are studied from the viewpoint of mathematical notions: symmetry, descriptive and projective geometry, proportion, statics, grammars, computer science, topology, algebra, fractals, and many more. See more at:

IMG 2023

IMG is a bi-annual travelling conference that explores the image, imagery and imagination topics. It promotes interdisciplinary, international projection, and fosters network among the different partners and disciplines. The main topic is the study of image, imagery and imagination, despite the project aims to adapt to single partners characteristics: each edition holds its own identity. Please visit:

EARTH 2023

On 19 and 20 June, will be held the second edition of the interdisciplinary conference EARTH – digital environment for Education ARTs and Heritage. The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars from different disciplinary areas in order to promote an open and inclusive debate on the topic. In this edition, the call for papers will remain open to any research contribution on the general subject of the conference but encourages participation especially on the topic of applied games for heritage.
The deadline for a short paper is 2 May and further information can be found at the following link: