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Stop reinventing the wheel and build on an open framework for the AEC industry

14 januari 2021 van 1:00 pm tot 2:00 pm

Dit webinar zal in het engels worden gegeven.

The Buildings and Habitats object Model (BHoM) is a collaborative computational development project and collective experiment. The key feature of the BHoM is solving interoperability between software.

We want to challenge the way we design and work today. We want technology to be open and accessible for all. And we think that by working together we can solve harder more impactful problems for the world.

We have transformed the way that we structure our code to better reflect the way humans think. We have also designed the user interface to explicitly align with the code running behind it. This results in an environment approachable and familiar for both software developers and designers/architects/engineers. This also means our code is very honestly and transparently exposed to the user. The framework can be accessed through Grasshopper, Dynamo and Excel. Allowing you to parametrically control your favourite software.

Programma 14 januari 2021 van 13.00 u. – 13.45 u.

12.50 Ontvangst in de lobby van MS Teams  
13.00 Welkomstwoord en introductie Rayaan Ajouz (Bouwen met Staal)
13.05 Stop reinventing the wheel and build on an open framework for the AEC industry

Martin received a master’s degree in architecture from Universitat Internacional de Catalunya with a focus on biomimetics as a foundation for Design Systems. Later receiving an engineering degree from the University of Alborg with a focus on design patterns and optimisation in relation to Computational Morphongenesis. Main interests include interfacing modelling and analysis software for performance-based design; specifically using genetic algorithms and other optimisation techniques such as dynamic relaxation. Martin also have a keen interest and experience with workflow optimisation and data coordination across stakeholders and disciplines involved in the design of the built environment.

With extensive software experience in several programming languages including C#, Python and JavaScript, Martin has developed software across a number of fields, from advanced analysis tools used in Multi-Objective Optimisation and free-form structures, to intuitive and easy to use tools for the assessment of sustainability criteria in the built environment. Martin has experience with Computational Design support on major projects internationally, including: Expo2020 Sustainability pavilion, UAE; Museum of the Future, UAE; European Spallation Source, Sweden, Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore.

Martin Hendriksen

(Buro Happold)

13.30 Gelegenheid tot het stellen van vragen  
14.00 Uiterlijk einde
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