Spent plenty of time working with others on new ideas for the Arch Computing program. We covered alot of ground and there are a host of great ideas getting ready for some juicy implementation.
One of the things that got some attention was around ICT infrastructure for the program. Looking at this in more detail reveals a host of areas requiring attention, many of them revolve around student laptops and the extensive software requirement.
Some Google links that use the term "Architectural Computing":
http://www.architecturalcomputing.org/ (Org using the term formed by CAAD companies)
http://www.multi-science.co.uk/ijac.htm (link on the journal from above with paper lists)
http://archone.tamu.edu/architecture/patterns/archcom.html (program from Texas A&M)
http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/courses/details.cgi?section_id=9050 (course at GSD Harvard)
http://www.arch.uiuc.edu/resources/computing/ (School in Illinois)
Plus the FBE programs come up quite often as well, which is a good thing.