Communicating, Simulating and Materialising Design
July 4-7, 2017
Innochain will have a joint workshop-seminar from 4.-7.th July at IAAC in Barcelona. The training event combines hands-on workshop, in which methods and tools are shared, with a contextualising evening seminar with expert presentations. The workshops link and gather the ESRs within each work package. The three evening seminars on Tuesday – Thursday 4. – 6. July and the final presentation on 7.th July are open to the public.
Three workshops organised by the three Innochain scientific work-packages: Communicating Design, Simulation for Design, Materialising Design and headed by three international champions will take place in parallel:
Workshop-seminar #1: Communicating design – Design Communication in Shared Virtual Space will be led by Damjan Minovski. This Workshop deals with key problems of interdisciplinary collaboration, and it presents tools for shared prototyping and hybrid modelling. The workshop is contextualised by a seminar on Thursday 6.Th July at 19.30h with invited researchers reviewing results and presenting examples of collaborative processes.
Workshop-seminar #2 Simulation For Design: Simulation fundamentals: The Lattice will be led by Pablo Miranda. This Workshop introduces virtual prototyping strategies and presents multiple strategies allowing participants to engage the different phases of design specification, prototyping and fabrication in practice resulting in full scale prototypes. The workshop is contextualised by a seminar on Tuesday 4.Th July at 19.30h with invited researchers reviewing projects and presenting examples of virtual prototyping driven fabrication.
Workshop Seminar #3 : Materialising design – Extending the vocabulary of 3D printing will be led by Alexandre Dubor & Raimund Krenmüller. This Workshop introduces novel materials for robotically steered fabrication and presents different materials for robotic fabrication and allows participants to explore how their formal and structural performances interact with the fabrication-based requirements. The workshop is contextualised by a seminar on Wednesday 5.July at 19.30 with invited researcher Sebastian Risi from ITU Copenhagen.