Join architecture and simulation researchers at the symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design (SimAUD). The symposium will be held May 22-24 in Toronto, Canada. This year’s event, the 8th annual, will be at the MaRS Discovery District and at the University of Toronto, in the heart of one of the largest urban innovation hubs.
Several workshops will take place on May 21st, including Energy and Daylight Modeling in Grasshopper.
The increasing complexity of cities and buildings requires computer simulations for all scales. The convergence of the knowledge from different fields provides innovation. SimAUD tackles these interdisciplinary aspects to measure, predict, assess, comprehend, and manage the performances of buildings and cities.
Both researchers and practitioners in urban planning and design, architecture, and construction are invited to take part in the symposium and to present original papers. Software developers, managers, educators, and business professionals are also invited.