In order to gain knowledge over processes in the built environment it is essential to gain control them through computational modeling support. Hence graduation projects in calibrating applied BIM Modelling and Optimization and Simulation for investigating our projects in mobility.
For gradation projects in BIM modeling, students generated and managed digital representations of spaces and controlled the functional characteristics attached to these in order to access to significant productivity and planning benefits attached to the software. Their projects often focused on the development of intelligent model-based processes to enable accurate, accessible and actionable virtual models to create solutions for planning, design, construction and management of building or infrastructure projects.
Computer-based building simulation and optimization are in the centre of gradation projects in Optimization and Simulation. Their explorations used and applied systems that help to analyse existing conditions to meet user expectations, support planning decisions, improve performance, optimize efficiencies, and achieve financial savings. Exemplary for these, are projects that will predict future performances and deliver simulated findings. This is followed by a study of results to overcome the discrepancies between simulated and actual building performance.