Greg Schleusner

AEC is at an inflection point. It’s clear that something is wrong. The industry is awash with proposed paths but where do they lead? It turns out we don’t have to invent a path. We just need to copy...

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Conor Black

Conor challenges the very way we design alongside computers, in order to unshackle design of the built environment from the grips of automation. He will talk about quantifying experience and truly generative design.

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Dr. Fang Xu

Architectural design is to solve a human problem and demands an in-depth understanding of the complex person-environment relations, which manifest a dynamic “entanglement” between humans and the physical environments. As James Gibson’s ecological theory postulates, humans can effectively perceive...

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Joel Hutchines

How to build what you’re designing, is emerging as a new baseline of knowledge for an architect. Understanding the physics of moving materials, labor resources and equipment needs to make your design easy to construct now has a profound...

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Mike Leach

As we surf the crest of another technology wave, one of the most significant to impact the workstation market in over a decade – It is important to understand moving forward how these new architectures will influence your team’s...

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Felipe Manzatucci

Tasked with improving productivity through the adoption of new technology, Manzatucci oversees the digitalisation journey of Skanska UK. In leading the Innovation Strategy, he engages with forward thinking developers. In this presentation he explores how technology, including artificial intelligence...

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Chris Mcleod

Come learn about Omniverse Enterprise 2.0, see the latest updates (VR, measure tool, Navigator, etc.) how Omniverse Enterprise is helping the AEC industry. See how simulation data can be tied into your design. Learn how you can collaborate in...

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Jonathan Stephens

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Maria Yablonina

Designing Machines aims to investigate and establish design methodologies that consider robotic hardware development as part of the overall design process and its output. Through this work, a design practice emerges that moves beyond the design of objects...

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Mollie Claypool

In this talk Claypool discusses the work of Automated Architecture Ltd (AUAR) and its associated research lab AUAR Labs at UCL. AUAR is revolutionising house building using automation, bringing a distributed approach to housing production with a fully digital supply...

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