5 Articles on Data Driven Design this week.

Welcome to the Association of Data-Driven Design roundup. We aim to share a summary of current information and news on Data-Driven Design practices within the construction industry. Daily updates are shared here; twitter handle is @adddplus and on instagram we are sharing here (occassionaly).

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DATA DRIVEN DESIGN NEWS

Livestream 20 : Possibilities with Topologic with Dr. Wassim Jabi

PHD POSITION FOR A DATA DRIVEN DESIGN PROFESSIONAL

University of Liège‘s PhD position with Pr. Sigrid Reiter in partnership with Andy Watts and Grimshaw. They are looking for an aspirant researcher in #computationaldesign  #datadrivendesign and  #sustainability

https://www.uee.uliege.be/cms/c_6828105/fr/phd-candidate-in-architecture-focusing-on-computational-design-and-sustainability

GETTING STARTED WITH DATA DRIVEN DESIGN

Image: courtesy Ran Xiao

An introduction to data driven design.

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00004-020-00530-z

DATA DRIVEN DESIGN FOR STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

Parametric design can offer many benefits to structural engineers, from the automation of repetitive tasks and easier handling of last-minute design changes to the opportunities it provides for the creation of the geometrically complex, explains Trimble’s Stuart Campbell.

DATA DRIVEN DESIGN EXPLAINED IN ONE GUIDE

A review of data driven design in one helpful place.

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