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The Design Modelling Symposium 2015 - Modelling Behaviour will be held at CITA in Copenhagen, Denmark:
Part 1 - Workshops and Master Classes
28 + 29 September 2015
Part 2 - Conference
30 September - 2 October 2015
Modelling for Trans-scalar, Trans-temporal and Trans-disciplinary Design Practices
The master class develops a theoretical modelling framework for design practices that are trans-scalar, trans-temporal and trans-disciplinary. This workshop is accredited by the School of Architecture in Copenhagen and participating PhD students will receive 2 ECTS points.
Large-scale Data Flow vs. Small-Scale Human Behaviour - Tracking and Modelling Urban Data and Flows
The workshop examines the use of real time behavioural data for urban planning and design. Participants will explore inter scalar data mapping combining open data with mobile personal tracking technologies.
Workshop 3 - almost sold out!
Multi-objective Optimisation in Parametric Design - Modelling with Karamba / Octopus
The workshop explores the design driven use of multi‐objective solvers and their integration of Finite Element based evaluation. Participants gain hands-on insights into Octopus and the Grasshopper FE plug‐in Karamba.
Workshop 2 - only few seats left!
Collaborate Robotic Assembly - Towards a Kinematic Assembly Design
The workshop explores the development of novel design to assembly strategies operating two robots working collaboratively. Participants will develop flexible design models and interface these with the basic control of the robots.
Workshop 1 - only few seats left!
Designing, Simulating and Making Light Composite Fibre Structures
The workshop examines the concept of molecular connectivity as model for bending active structures. Participants will be working with state of the art modelling (Grasshopper/Kangaroo 2) as well as second-order FE analysis (Plankton/Karamba FE).Learn more about WS 1 »
DMSC Conference Proceedings
The Scientific Committee has reviewed the paper entries to the Design Modelling Symposium. All accepted papers will be part of the “Modelling Behaviour” book, which is in the last stages of preparation now. The Proceedings will be published with Springer simultaneously with the Conference.
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The Conference Programme for the Design Modelling Symposium 2015 - Modelling Behaviour from 30 September until 2 October 2015 will be announced shortly.
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