Tuesday 4th July
To meet the global demand for more sustainable, intelligent and energy efficient structures – whether they are buildings, industrial, factories, infrastructural, communications, solar plants or façades systems – the construction industry is in a transformative period where digital technologies are at the core of concept, protective and risk mitigation design.
Tuesday 4th July
10am - 1pm
New Broad Street House,
35 New Broad Street,
London, EC2M 1NH
This free to attend morning workshop and networking event provides a fantastic opportunity to hear from other organisations in the architecture, engineering and construction industry, to learn how they are implementing simulation and data science technologies to accelerate the design cycle while creating more sustainable design solutions. Through a mix of presentations and open discussion, the morning event cover topics including modeling and predicting complex structural behaviour such as wind-induced actions, the use of structural optimisation technologies to minimise material use and the C02 impact of new structures, the rapid development of facades and architectural fabrications, and the rise of mesh-free structural analysis solutions.
Who Should Attend?
This workshop is ideal for all engineers, designers and architects challenged with delivering world-leading structural solutions in reduced timescales while minimising CO2 impact.
Luca Frattari, VP-Global Business Development AEC
Cameron Millar, Structural Engineer
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Manisha Wig, Account Manager
David Reid, Account Manager
Wasim Younis, Simulation Manager
Symetri (on behalf of Sotech)