Digital Fabrication: Opportunities in AEC
Join us for a conversation exploring the future of digital fabrication and computational design in architecture – globally and locally. We are pleased to welcome four speakers covering a range of topics from academic research in the field through small scale architectural pavilions to digitally designed and fabricated large-scale buildings. Discussing things at large and at small. Register today to get involved in the Toronto computational design community, share new ideas and meet like-minded professionals. Tickets are free, seats are limited and will go quickly! Bring on the Toronto Computational Design revolution!
This session qualifies for OAA structured learning credits. Get in touch with the ToDUG committee to get a proof of attendance.
- Material Architectures and Computational Design by David Correa Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo, Design Partner at Lllab Shanghai
- Digital Craftsmanship by Benjamin Salance , Senior Designer and Project Manager, Partisans
- Architecture, the Craft (Now) by Mark Cichy, Director of Design Technology, HOK
- Tool Paths and Perforation by Nicholas Savage, Business Development and Solutions, Millworks Custom Manufacturing 2001 Inc
Followed by a Panel Discussion
You have likely been at the heart of many changes to infrastructure, tools and workflows to support your organizations. Since we are all now working from home we recognized that creating a digital platform to keep our conversations going and support each other during this time of transition. Its new territory for us all.
Please join us and offer tips, ask questions and lets learn from each other.
#tbimc-general – General discussion channel
#working-remotely – Share how you and your organization are working remotely. Ask others questions on IT, Design Tech, workflows, logistics, and more.
#bimusers-wfm – Offer tips, ask questions, share workflows, get support, let’s learn from each other! (for BIM Managers)
The Women in tBIMc is a sub-group of WiB global community. We are revolutionary leaders, risk takers and agents of change to share and discuss practical approaches for advancing women into BIM in the Canadian AECOO industry. We promote an atmosphere for the dissemination of knowledge from leaders, employers and programs supporting these leaders and women who aspire to be in this field and lead the industry themselves.
WiB aims to provide networking opportunities preparing women for leadership roles. Also, beyond just networking, we hope that Women in BIM leads to connections between mentors and mentees, forging key relationships leading to successful careers.
Keynote Speaker: Lauren Lake, COO & Co-Founder of Bridgit
- Amal Madanat, Multiplex (Moderator)
- Shalevia Briscoe, Arup
- Alex Buda, Plan Group
- Raquel Casares, Procore
- 6-7pm keynote speaker and panel discussion
- 7-8pm structured networking
- 8-9pm networking and mingling
Drinks and Food will be served.
Sponsors: Multiplex, Arup and Procore
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