Computational engineering: resolving catastrophic complexity through mass collaboration

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Dr Al Fisher, Head of Computational Development at BuroHappold Engineering, discusses how projects can benefit from communication by all parties through the process.

A presentation from the Young Engineers Conference 2019.

First recorded on 11 July 2019.

Computational engineering: resolving catastrophic complexity through mass collaboration

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