6 October 2021 - 7 October 202110:00 - 17:30 GMT
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Our team is working hard to prepare for a safe return to delivering in-person training at our London HQ from September 2021. However, we will continue to closely monitor the situation. Should it be necessary to make any adjustments, in response to future changes in government guidelines, this will be promptly communicated to delegates. Courses may be rescheduled for online delivery or for a future date.
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
Student or professional engineers.
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
Email - [email protected]
A series of two hour interactive webinars taking place over four weeks, supported by individual study in between.
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