26th SOFiSTiK Seminar "Connecting Disciplines"
Leonardo Royal Hotel Munich
Moosacher Straße 90
700 EUR* / 375 EUR*
SOFiSTiK have identified the importance of the partnership-based planning method (BIM) a long time ago and we have therefore made it a corporate objective to implement this into our development strategy.
Under the heading “Connecting Disciplines” we, in cooperation with national and international experts, would like to share our experiences with you using best practice examples, at the 26th SOFiSTiK Seminar in Munich, on Friday 16th and Saturday 17 March 2018.
You are cordially invited to discuss, both with us and with the renowned speakers, the possibilities and challenges faced on the way to the new interdisciplinary planning culture.
As usual, we compliment the Seminar with a dinner and social gettogether on the Friday evening which provide you with an excellent opportunity to network and interact with the SOFiSTiK team and colleagues from all over the world.
We have reserved a limited contingent of rooms for our participants at the Leonardo Royal Hotel Munich. Please follow the booking link in the email confirmation, which you will receive after your registration.
- One of the highlights of the seminar is the topic block „Construction with BIM“, using the example of the current building project for the new office building of SOFiSTiK in Nuremberg. This project will be fully implemented with the new planning method and will provide a unique insight into the processes and potentials of Building Information Modeling. The views of the building owner, the planning participants and the construction company are presented.
- Replacement construction of the Rhine bridge Leverkusen - draft planning for new construction and dismantling (Dr. sc. techn. Hans Grassl, Ingenieurbüro GRASSL Gmb)
- How new calculation methods lead to a different description of the results is shown by using the example of two cable-stayed bridges in Finland and Vietnam (Atte Mikkonen, DI, Sillat, MSc, Bridges, WSP Finland)
- Automated planning of ready-mixed concrete viaducts (Kees van Ijselmuijden, BSc PMSE, Royal HaskoningDHV)
- Holistic FE calculation of a longitudinally and transversely displaceable formwork carriage (Dipl.-Ing. Sören Quappen, WTM Engineers GmbH)
- Non-linear calculation of a roof and the facade of a theme park made of wood and steel (Prof. Engineer Jean-Marc Weill, C&E Ingénierie)
- Two examples illustrate a new workflow for the parametric design of shells, that connects software applications from SOFiSTiK and other manufacturers (Dipl.-Ing (TH), M.Sc.Eng. Thomas Kamrad, Dipl.-Ing (TH), M.Sc.Eng. Stefan Fässler, Centerlöf & Holmberg)
- Presentation of a not commonplace building construction project in Bavaria (Dipl.-Ing. Carsten Liebschner-Rödl, LGA Landesgewebeanstalt Bayern)
- Analysis and design of a building construction project in England (Dipl.-Ing. Christian Tygoer, AKT II)
- Static in Revit® - an integrated workflow (Dr. Andreas Niggl, SOFiSTiK AG Dipl.-Ing. (Univ.) Armin Dariz, BiMOTiON GmbH)
The agenda is coming soon.
*The price includes participation for the two-day seminar, lectures, get-togethers and discussions. The menu on Friday will comprise of coffee breaks, lunches and dinner. And on Saturday, coffee break and lunch will be a part of this package. The costs of the accommodation are not included in the participation fee.
Participation fee (Early bird) until January 31, 2018: EUR 700,00 / Person
Participation fee from February 01, 2018: EUR 750,00 / Person
Participation fee for University Members: EUR 375,00 / Person
All Prices plus VAT.
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