Thursday, February 23, 2017

Innochain First Year Colloquium + Design Probes Research Exhibition - March 7-8, Vienna (Austria)

Innochain First Year Colloquium (March 7-8) + "Design Probes" Research Exhibition (March 7-20)
Angewandte Innovation Laboratory Vienna
Franz Josefs Kai 3
1010 Vienna (Austria)

On March 7-8, the Innochain First Year Colloquium and "Design Probes" Research Exhibition will take place at Angewandte Innovation Laboratory Vienna.

This pinnacle event within the Innochain network is where all ESRs present and discuss their research and methodologies in plenum with all Innochain beneficiaries and industry partners.

The two day event will open with presentations by ESRs on their research topics and outcomes, with a specific focus on the industry partner collaborations. An international panel will discuss and review the work. The panel consists of beneficiaries, industry partners, and invited scientists:

  • Prof. Mark Burry (University of Melbourne)
  • Prof. Christoph Gengnagel (UdK Berlin)
  • Prof. Achim Menges (University of Stuttgart)

In the evenings the event is open to the public with keynotes, who open up the research and give a broader vision. The exhibition, “Design Probes”, will be on display for two weeks until March 20, 2017. This Innochain exhibition features the work of Innochain in its first 18 months.

Tuesday March 7

  •  9:30: Start of Colloquium Day 1
  •  20.00: Keynote 1: Strategies for Combining Parametric Modeling and Structural Design – Clemens Preisinger, IoA / Bollinger Grohmann
  •  21.00: Exhibition opening 

Wednesday March 8

  •  9:00: Colloquium Day 2
  •  20:00: Keynote 2: Mark Burry, University of Melbourne

The InnoChain ETN network is a shared research training environment examining how advances in digital design tools challenge building culture, enabling sustainable, informed and materially smart design solutions. The network aims to train a new generation of interdisciplinary researchers with a strong industry focus that can effect real changes in the way we think, design and build our physical environment.

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