From 7 to 9 September, several students and research assistants presented their papers at the Forum Bauinformatik, which took place in Munich at the Leonhard Obermeyer Center (TUM). The forum is especially aimed at young researchers and students.
It is particularly worth mentioning that the paper:
„Integration of BIM and Industry 4.0 - approach for rapid deployment of digital twins for modular construction” by Jan Heinbach, Bennet Hülsmann and Simon Kosse was awarded with the Prof. Heinrich Werner Best Paper Award!
Congratulations, we are very happy for you!
The paper titled: "Multi-requirements ontology engineering for automated processing of document-based building codes to linked building data properties" has won the Charles M. Eastman Top PhD Paper Award of the 39th CIB W078 conference.
On our new format "Level UP“, we would like to present particularly good and exciting final theses of our students, and thus offer a stage to their good achievements.
Our first final year student is Philippe Piras. He is a student assistant at our chair and recently finished his bachelor thesis with Benedikt Faltin and Prof. Markus König his bachelor thesis on the topic: " Best Practice: Scanning and Modeling for Civil Engineering Structures in Infrastructure Construction".
According to the curriculum, a project module is scheduled in both the Bachelor's and the Master's program of the Applied Computer Science - this summer semester it was that time again. Under the project supervisor Patrick Herbers from the IIB, the three bachelor students Simon Spettmann, Banujan Baskaran and Erim Caliskan as well as the master student Ali Nematkhah worked for three months on their study project "Spot Route Planning with Python". What exactly was involved and how the project went, they tell in the interview.