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Symposium: Human-Robot Interaction for Post-Carbon Architecture - jointly organised by dMA, LUH and Robotic Building, TU Delft

Symposium: Human-Robot Interaction for Post-Carbon Architecture - jointly organised by dMA, LUH and Robotic Building, TU Delft

Henriette Bier (TU Delft) and Mirco Becker (LUH) hosting a symposium with invited speakers on Friday April 29th, 2022. The event is an opportunity to make an inventory of current tendencies in autonomous construction and human-robotic interaction in architecture. It aims at affirming and/or challenging research agendas in the domain of architectural robots

The Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry is facing a threefold challenge involving the (1) digital transformation of all design and planning processes, (2) automation of construction processes, and (3) reconsideration of energy, process, and material use. This challenge involves issues of productivity, scalability, safety, labour skill shift, and environmental impact. There is a particular urgency in transferring effective solution from research to building practice to meet significant carbon reduction goals by 2040.

Speakers

Henriette Bier and Luka Peternel (TU Delft); Mirco Becker and Lukas Lachmayer (LU Hannover); Oliver Tessmann (TU Darmstadt); Daniela Mitterberger (ETH Zurich); Serban Bodea (University Stuttgart); Alisa Andrasek (RMIT); Valentina Soana (UCL); Verena Vogler (McNeel); Maria Yablonina (University Toronto); Brian Ringley (Boston Dynamics).

The full programme is available at Robotic Buildings

Guest can join the symposium on Friday April 29th form 9:00 - 16:00 via zoom.