Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Koch

The Chair of Intelligent Technical Design is concerned with the application of modern information and communication technology (ICT) during the design, the construction and the operation of civil infrastructure, such as buildings, bridges, tunnels, road and pipe networks. In this regard, we use methods of Building Information Modelling (BIM), Computer Vision and Machine Learning as well as Virtual and Augmented Reality to efficiently and sustainably inform decision makers. 

Published: 09 September 2021

Five publications during the 32th Forum Bauinformatik

Four colleagues have presented five new publications during the 32th Forum Bauinformatik.

From 09th to 10th September 2021 the 32nd Forum Bauinformatik took place in Darmstadt. Four colleagues, Ms. Judith Krischler, Ms. Anna Nast, Mr. Mohamed Alabassy and Mr. Mathias Artus have presented their latest research results at this conference. All contributions can be read in the conference proceedings. The respective page numbers are in parentheses. Ms. Krischler has presented the results on EIR-compliant modeling from the collaboration with Ms. Martina Mellenthin Fillardo (183-191) and her achievements in regarding segmentation of infrastructure projects using early geometry models (259-266). Ms. Nast has explained data preparation for analyzing formwork costs due to construction schedule disruptions (89-97). Mr. Alabassy has presented his automated generation of damage geometry based on image data (123-130). And Mr. Artus explained his concept for integrating temporal information into the existing bridge damage data model (150-156).

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