Using computational design in practice (online)
Date & Time

11 March 2021 - 12 March 2021
10:00 - 17:30 GMT

Price

Member: £475 + VAT
(Early Booking £415 + VAT)

Standard: £635 + VAT
(Early Booking £545 + VAT)
 

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Using computational design in practice (online)

Course
Date & Time

11 March 2021 - 12 March 2021
10:00 - 17:30 GMT

Price

Member: £475 + VAT
(Early Booking £415 + VAT)

Standard: £635 + VAT
(Early Booking £545 + VAT)
 

Early booking discount Discounts available

Availability Places available

This two day practical online course introduces various computational design methods and systems that can help improve your workflows.

This two day practical course introduces engineers to various computational design methods and systems. You will experiment with visual programming (using Grasshopper) and textbased programming (using C#). You will see how automation can improve engineers’ workflows.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course, you will have:

• Generated parametric structural layouts
• Seen and implemented various options for parametrically analysing structures
• Explored the differences between visual and text-based programming
• Recognise how and why various data structures are used


Intended for

Student or professional engineers.

Online delivery

We understand the importance of interacting with tutors and engaging with other delegates, and this has been prioritised for online delivery. The content remains the same as the in-house version of the course and the group size is still limited to allow the same level of interaction to take place between delegates and the tutor(s).

Tutors

Harri Lewis

Harri Lewis is an expert in applying and teaching computational methods for structural design. He is the co-founder of Mule Studio, an award-winning design studio who specialise in computational design, industrial design, architecture and teaching. He is a chartered engineer who previously worked in the Specialist Modelling Group at Foster + Partners and Ramboll Computational Design. He believes learning to create software can make a engineer’s job more interesting, efficient, creative and fun.

Contact

Email - [email protected]