SIMULATING URBAN DESIGN FUTURES
The elective course introduces the new area of Information Architecture. The underlying example is the Future Cities Laboratory in Singapore with its three scales small, medium, and large. Inspired by numerous built and virtual examples, the course discusses the consequences when information space and physical architecture merge. The first part of the lecture describes origins, state-of-the-art, and application in architecture. The second part focuses on simulation, a method and technology that rapidly gains importance in the design of buildings and cities. In the third part guest lecturers will demonstrate the development and application of Information Architecture in practice.
The course is coordinated with “New Methods in Urban Simulation and Modelling”.
Time + Place: Mo, 12:45 – 13:30, HIT F22 (Value Lab)
Prof Dr G. Schmitt (email@example.com)
Anastasia Koltsova (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dong-Youn Shin (email@example.com)
Gerhard Schmitt - Information Architecture: Overview
Gerhard Schmitt - Information Architecture: Origins and Scope
Gerhard Schmitt - Data Mining and Crowd Sourcing
Dongyoun Shin - Crowd Sourcing - Mobilephoneapplication
Gerhard Schmitt - Theory, Experiment, and Simulation
Gerhard Schmitt - Design Modeling and Simulation
Sofia Georgakopoulou - Modelling in Science
Reinhard König - Analyisis, Prediction and Simulation
Gerhard Schmitt - City Information Models: Urban Metabolism, Stocks and Flows