The second half of 2015 is shaping up to be a busy one for events, lectures, and workshops. I’ll be contributing to the following venues this year to talk about data-driven design, computation, and where the new Proving Ground is headed!
USC BIM Symposium – Visual Programming
Every year, USC puts on a great show focused on BIM. I was fortunate enough to participate in some of the earlier symposiums. This year, I will be giving a lecture and a workshop on interoperability with Rhynamo! If you are in the Los Angeles area August 7, look up this event! RSVP here!
AIA Nebraska- 2015 Convention
AIA Nebraska will be holding their state convention in my own backyard of Omaha, NE. I will be delivering a lecture at this event in September (details TBD). Check out the AIA Nebraska website for convention information!
AIA Minnesota – 2015 Convention
AIA Minnesota was kind enough to invite me to speak at their convention this coming November. I will be talking about trends in digital practice and recent work from Proving Ground. Check out the AIA Minnesota website for details on their event.
Autodesk University 2015
To cap of the year in December, I will be giving a class at Autodesk University in Las Vegas, NV. My class will cover how to use computational tools to mine Revit models and leverage Building Information in new and different ways. Sign up for AU2015 at their convention website.