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Cílem zprávy je na obecné úrovni zmapovat situaci výuky BIM na českých veřejných vysokých školách se stavebním zaměřením. Zpráva tak reaguje na ne vždy zcela jasné představy praxe o tom, zda a jakým způsobem se BIM na vysokých školách vyučuje. Uvedený přehled je důležitý nejen pro případnou spolupráci akademického, veřejného a soukromého sektoru, ale také pro praxi, která je v roli zaměstnavatele absolventů vysokých škol. Cílem zprávy v žádném případě není vytvářet srovnání jednotlivých oslovených institucí, protože charakter zprávy je spíše informativní a jakékoliv kvantifikované hodnocení by vzhledem ke struktuře vstupních dat mohlo být zavádějící nebo velmi subjektivní.
Matějovská, D. - Vinšová, I. - Jirát, M., - Achten, H.
In: ShoCK! Sharing of Computable Knowledge! Proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe, 20th-22nd September 2017, Rome, Italy. Volume 1.. Řím: Sapienza University of Rome, 2017. p. 147-152. vol. 1. ISBN 9789491207129.
This paper is about the uptake of BIM in the design studio in the Bachelor studies. In the current study year at our school we have the first cohort of students that have followed integral education of BIM from the very start of their study programme. We assess the usage of BIM in the final project work. The final data are not in yet, but we can observe a slight increase of the use of BIM in the design studio work.
In: Real Time: Extending the Reach of Computation. Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference on Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe. Volume 2. Wien: Technische Universität, 2015. p. 127-131. ISBN 9789491207099.
Although we teach BIM since 2006 at the Faculty of architecture at Czech Technical University in Prague, the education has never been fully integrated into the curriculum of the school. In 2013/2014 this changed, and three tracks were initialized to integrate BIM: (1) teaching BIM in the first year; (2) applying BIM in a selected first year design studio; and (3) applying BIM in a selected third year Bachelor graduation design studio. The implementation of the work is described, results are presented, and we draw conclusions for future work.
Polyethylene terephthalate PET is a material with which each of us is confronted daily and which forms the largest part of the plastic waste which is designated for recycling (RPET). Society strives to achieve that the majority of RPET produced disposables are returned back into the production line after their use. Since our planet has only a limited supply of natural materials, we need to replace some of these with artificial materials, ideally recycled. Recycling can be done many times (not just once), however it depends on the quality of purity or impurity of RPET.
The research report presents the current state of research to apply RPET using existing and proven technology for blow-molding bottles for use in architecture and construction. The basic element is a brick of rPET material. In the first phase we present the geometric properties of the future brick with respect to use of the blow-molding technology and stackability of the bricks without using connecting materials.
In: Fusion - Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Education and research in Computer aided Architectural Design in Europe, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK, 10-12 September 2014, Volume 2. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Northumbria University, 2014. p. 411-415. ISBN 9789491207068.
In this paper we investigate the current state of BIM usage in Czech Republic and aim to find strategies how to improve BIM education based on findings from practice. We give an outline of the current state, identify problems that provide hurdles for BIM adoption, and show how we implement a new pedagogical approach to BIM education in our faculty.
. In this paper we present an application we developed for collaborative sketch sharing within a design process. We review the specific application development process and discuss the features of the application itself. The tool has been tested and used in a design studio setting between two universities located in different countries. We observed that it is suitable for architectural communication, and also allows monitoring of the sketch activity during the design process. This paper also describes application architecture and selected technologies. We have furthermore defined multiple groups of application requirements. Our self-developed application was proven to suit specified needs and overcame previously tested commercial tools.