Hey everyone! The Baker Staff would love to know what kind of digital tools you are interested in learning. We are getting ready to prepare a handful of workshop to make learning these tools easy and accessible! Please take the survey linked below to help us provide design analysis tools and techniques to help you! Thank you!
Associate Professor of Architecture, Virginia Cartwright, is teaching an advanced tech. elective on daylighting during spring term, 2018! Open for 20 students, this 3-4 credit course will explore daylighting as an element of architectural design. The course will be offered Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 pm – 7:20 pm. Sign up for Daylighting this spring!
Siobhan Rockcastle of Baker Lighting Lab will join Marilyne Andersen from EPFL, Aicha Diakte and Martine Knoop from TU Berlin, and Jon Sargent from Solemma (developer of Alpha and Diva for Rhino) to present a 3-hour workshop at SimAUD 2018 in Delft, the Netherlands. If you’d like to learn more about simulating spectral distribution and/or circadian lighting effects, stay tuned for more information on registration.
To learn more about SimAUD workshops, please visit the website here.
Professor Siobhan Rockcastle joins the organizing committee as a Scientific Chairs for the 2018 SimAUD Symposium in Delft, Netherlands. Siobhan has been a reviewer, author, and workshop leader in 3 different SimAUD conferences, receiving a best paper award in Orlando at the 2012 symposium. Since that time, she has watched the symposium grow into a global player within the building simulation community, drawing participants from across Europe, Asia, and the Americas.