23 July 2019
BIM Summer School 2019
In Europe, the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) sector has known a considerable growth in recent years, mainly based on a new paradigm associated with the development and incorporation of information systems and digital tools supporting the design, execution and maintenance of constructions.
These new tools are responsible for the response to the current and future market demands, particularly those regarding the increasing construction complexity, proliferation of information, reduced deadlines and stricter cost control.
In the context of the AEC sector digitalisation, Building Information Modeling (BIM) emerges as a modernization and restructuring methodology for the construction industry, stimulating collaboration among stakeholders and promoting increased efficiency and productivity in the sector.
The BIM methodology is already a reality in many European countries where it has been a mandatory requirement in several projects promoted by public and private entities and based on specific legislation already developed or under development and implementation.
In addition, Higher Education Institutions have been addressing this topic generally with the incorporation of sparse BIM related topics in the curricula of engineering and architecture courses and with the promotion of new training offers in this field.
ISEP promotes the first edition of the BIM Summer School (BIMSSC 2019) from 10 to 23 July 2019. This summer school in the field of BIM methodology is lectured by ISEP staff and invited experts from universities and companies. The approach is essentially practical and combines the methodology and processes inherent to BIM, with its use supported by specific platforms and applications. The curricular plan of the course comprises 90 hours of contact, spread over 9 modules and a supervised project work. Visits to companies, lectures given by invited speakers and social events have also been prepared
Diogo Ribeiro, PhD, Adjunct Professor, Civil Engineering Department, School of Engineering, Polytechnic of Porto.
Ricardo Santos, MSc, Adjunct Professor, Civil Engineering Department, School of Engineering, Polytechnic of Porto.
Rui Gavina, MSc, Founder
Undergraduate, Master's and PhD students in civil engineering, mechanical engineering and architecture. Professionals in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, architecture, and other fields within AEC industry.
To acquire knowledge of an integrated and multidisciplinary work methodology, based on the manipulation and management of information centralized in a virtual model of a building, called Building Information Modeling (BIM). The students should be able to implement the BIM methodology in their work processes, making use of the advanced technology and procedures in the various phases of the life cycle of a building.
EUR 600: General Public