FutureNow 2021: Computational Thinking for a Changing World

FutureNow 2021: Computational Thinking for a Changing World
Saturday, November 6, 2021
(9 am-5 pm Eastern)
The Center for Architecture - AIANY
536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY 10012

Join the American Institute of Architects New York’s (AIANY) Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA), the Future of Practice Committee, and a distinguished body of global computational design leaders on Saturday, November 6, for a one-day symposium and workshop to explore how to use computational thinking can be used to solve design problems.

In the morning session, cutting-edge innovators will reflect on how computational thinking has influenced their work. Afterward, workshop tables will conceive of computational solutions to complex, topical problems. Symposium attendees will be empowered to approach the impending future of computation in architecture with confidence.

Details and registration…

Event information:
Hybrid (both virtual and in-person) attendance. Proof of vaccination and masking are required to attend in person. Food and beverages will be served. Masks are recommended when not actively consuming food and beverages. Due to the pandemic, in-person attendance will be limited to around 50 people (<50% capacity). Virtual registration numbers will also be limited to around 75 people to retain a manageable size for afternoon workshop teams.

Posted Oct 30, 2021 by Jody Mills on Rhino News, etc.