summaery2019: Projects

Central team, AEC Global Teamwork 2020

Project information

submitted by
Moemen Egila

Co-Authors
Moemen Egila (SE, Bauhaus-University, Weimar), Kilian Reuser (Arch, Bauhaus-University, Weimar), Madeleine Hoeft (CM, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden), Wenjie Kong (CM, Stanford University, USA), Thomas Schwarz (SE, UW Madison, USA), Anders Hefting (MEP, DTU Copenhagen, Denmark)

Mentors
Prof. Dr. Guido Morgenthal (Bauhaus-University, Weimar), Prof. Dr. Renate Fruchter (Stanford university)

Faculty:
Civil Engineering

Degree programme:
Natural Hazards and Risks in Structural Engineering (NHRE) (englischsprachig) (Master of Science (M.Sc.))

Type of project presentation
Presentation

Semester
Winter semester 2019/20


Project description

The AEC Global Teamwork Program is a multidisciplinary, student project that is sponsored by Stanford University. The goal of the project is to remotely study the possibility of a project coordination between different engineering disciplines by planning and design a university building. The project/ building is restricted by several challenges that all team members should work together and achieve it all.
Since the team is geographically distributed across the globe "different time zone", communication is conducted remotely using latest online applications like BIM360, IrisVr, Asana, Slack, Enscape and zoom for daily and weekly meetings for coordination and frequent collaboration with all team members.
All students travel to Stanford university two times at the kick off meeting for the project and at the final presentation but this year due to Corona situation the final presentation has been conducted online.
Nevertheless, this Corona situation showed how important and great is this project of being designed, coordinated and submitted online while all team members are remotely distributed.

Exhibition Location / Event Location

  • – ONLINE –
  • Steubenstraße 6 - Universitätsbibliothek / university library