SFDUG July 2018 | Call for future augmented BIM super-users

On July 25th, at 6:00 pm PST, the San Francisco Dynamo User Group and HOK San Francisco welcomes Cesar Escalante and Alberto Tono, from HOK, on a discussion about how the AEC industry is impacted by technology change. Cesar Escalante serves as Digital Design Technology Manager at HOK providing training, BIM implementation, and computation design support … Continue reading SFDUG July 2018 | Call for future augmented BIM super-users

SFDUG + SFRUG July 2018 | Dynamo, Code, and Your Computer

On July 10th, at 11:30 am PST, the San Francisco Dynamo User Group and the San Francisco Revit User Group welcomes ZGF Architects for a discussion about how to effecivly use C# with Dynamo at the SF AIA. Featured Presentation: Dynamo, Code, and Your Computer Attend this meeting to learn how to create a reusable solution with … Continue reading SFDUG + SFRUG July 2018 | Dynamo, Code, and Your Computer

SFDUG June 2018 | How Design Technology drives Change on Project Delivery

On June 13th, at 6:00 pm PST, the San Francisco Dynamo User Group and the AIA San Francisco welcomes Samuel Barcenas, from CONSTRUBIM - Mexico, on a discussion about how the AEC industry is impacted by technology change.   Featured Presentation: How Design Technology drives Change on Project Delivery Samuel Barcenas has researched how new technology changes … Continue reading SFDUG June 2018 | How Design Technology drives Change on Project Delivery

SFDUG May 2018 | Reengineering Computational Design: The CORE Studio at Thornton Tomasetti

On May 16th at 6:00pm pst SFDUG welcomes Daniel Segraves, from Thornton Tomasetti Engineers, who will present some of his recent work with Dynamo. Featured Presentation:  Reengineering Computational Design: The CORE Studio at Thornton Tomasetti Daniel Segraves, from Thornton Tomasetti Engineers – CORE Studio, will present recent work using Dynamo for a range of structural design applications. … Continue reading SFDUG May 2018 | Reengineering Computational Design: The CORE Studio at Thornton Tomasetti

SFDUG Apr 2018 | The Making, Breaking and Fixing of Computational Design Superusers

On April 18th, at 6:30pm pst, SFDUG and the Bay Area welcomes Randy Deutsch, Director of Graduate Studies at University of Urbana-Champaign, to speak about the role that design technology superusers play in shaping the AEC Industry. Featured Presentation:  The Making, Breaking and Fixing of Computational Design Superusers Speaker:  Randy Deutsch Architects and other design … Continue reading SFDUG Apr 2018 | The Making, Breaking and Fixing of Computational Design Superusers

SFDUG Mar 2018 | AEC Hackaton 5.0 | Everyday Dynamo: Practical Uses for BIM Managers

On Wednesday March 14th, at 6:00pm PST, SFDUG welcomes Paul Wintour, our remote speaker connecting live from Australia, to speak about practical dynamo applications for BIM Managers. Educational Module: Technology Disruptions at the Oakland AEC Hackathon 5.0 Speaker: Danny Bentley, SOM Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning. These are some of the topics that resonated at the fifth edition … Continue reading SFDUG Mar 2018 | AEC Hackaton 5.0 | Everyday Dynamo: Practical Uses for BIM Managers

SFDUG Feb 2018 | Computational Design in Practice For Complex and High-Rise Structures

On Wednesday, February 21st at 6:30pm SFDUG welcomes Joseph Provenza from WSP as our featured speaker.  This month's meeting will be hosted at the AIA San Francisco. Feature Presentation: Computational Design in Practice For Complex and High-Rise Structures | Joseph Provenza  What started out as a toolset primarily employed by Architects a decade ago, visual … Continue reading SFDUG Feb 2018 | Computational Design in Practice For Complex and High-Rise Structures