Meet our speakers at the Symposium
RUE Network, University of Liverpool, UK
RUE Network, ARUP, UK
PLP Architects, UK
AECOM, BIM Task Group 2050, UK
Thames Tideway and Crossrail, UK
Centre for Advanced Spatial Analytics UCL, UK
Onuma Systems, USA
WHO WE ARE
Resilient Urban Ecosystem (RUE) Network
initiated by the University of Liverpool IDEA Research group and ARUP
to explore emerging models of innovation through intelligent adoption and use of data and computation in built environment sector. This international symposium is the first of a series of events/symposiums we aim to organise in the near future to:
build new connections and establish a network of leading scientists, industrial experts and consultants to cross-fertilise knowledge in Built Environment and Urban Informatics research and practice,
to raise awarenesss and share best practice examples of intelligent data-driven innovations in Built Environment
If you would like to take part in future RUE Network activites, hear about upcoming events, or join this network, please send your intents, ideas and propositions to Dr. Tuba Kocaturk (email@example.com)
The symposium will bring together some of the world-leading thinkers, practitioners and innovators within the Built Environment and Urban Informatics to explore what a "data-integrated" future might hold for the Built Environment professionals and practices.
Although the potentials are vast, Architecture and Engineering practice and Construction sector (at large) are slow to adopt the data-driven approaches. In order to progress as a sector, we need to raise our capacity to "intelligently" share, capture, measure, process and translate data and convert it into meaningful and actionable information. With this symposium, we aim to raise questions and provoke a debate about "intelligent use of data" and the potentials that "data-driven innovation" holds in the AEC sector. Through presentations and discussions, the symposium aims to explore the transformational potential of embedding big-data, computation, artificial intelligence, and real-time connectivity into the conception and realization of buildings for a sustainable built habitat.
The presentations from key professionals will be challenging the "business as usual" mode of thinking and bring their diverse insights and perspectives for more agile and adaptive solutions for the future, and in discovering new modes of imagining, creating and operating for a future-resilient built environment.
The symposium will consist of three sessions where key experts will present, provocate and discuss:
SESSION 1: DATA & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
What does "data" signify for the Built Environment and what potentials does it hold to transform the way we think, imagine, innovate and operate as Built Environment professionals. What are the current challenges that should be addresssed?
SESSION 2: INTELLIGENT USE OF DATA
How can we use the potential of data intelligently? What are our sector needs to adapt to data-driven practices? How can intelligent data-driven approaches increase our ability to deal with industry challenges at local and global scales? What can we learn from best practices and from other sectors?
SESSION 3: FUTURE SCENARIOS
What potential does real-time data, connectivity and predictive intelligence hold for our future cities and buildings? How is the built environment practice likely to transform? How do we adapt our practice(s) and thinking to a digital future?
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