Master programme in Engineering Sciences, 6 semesters (180 ECTS)
57 courses

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Techniques and Tools for Computational Modeling

Clemens Preisinger

This seminar deals with the application of numerical simulation methods and the fundamental concepts on which they build. The focus lies on structural analysis. After an introduction into the basic concepts of computer programming it will be shown how these can be used to write custom simulation code. 2020S, Seminar, 3.0 ECTS

Theory of Architecture 2: Ways of Making: artisanal, mechanical, and digital

Mario Carpo

TH2 (Theory of Architecture 2), Introduction to ways of making This course will assess the present state of computer-based design by situating today's digital turn within the long duration of the history of cultural technologies. It will include 2 public lectures (see below), plus some closed sessions and tutorials limited to enrolled students. SECOND PUBLIC LECTURE UPDATE : the lecture… 2020S, scientific seminar, 2.0 ECTS

Theory of Architecture Integration

Mario Carpo

SECOND PUBLIC LECTURE UPDATE : the lecture will start at 18:30. Content unchanged, as per syllabus ("Designers Redesign Robotics": see synopsis below). zoom invite as follows: Mario Carpo is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Mario Carpo's Zoom Meeting Time: Apr 27, 2020 06:30 PM Vienna Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 708 069 6158 Designers Redesign Robotics.… 2020S, scientific seminar, 3.0 ECTS

Theory of Living Spaces

Andrea Börner

WASTELAND In an ever more connected world—with every physical and virtual corner of the globe seemingly known and possibly accessible—wastelands occupy a special place in the game of focussed productivity and peripheral distraction. The course investigates the spatiality of wastelands, drawing special attention on its diverse connotations and contradictory relations to living spaces. By means of individual narrations, we will… 2020S, scientific seminar, 3.0 ECTS

Urban Strategies Integration

Andrea Börner

Urban Strategies Integration provides the framework for thesis articulation with an expertise focus on the respective subject. In individual meetings students will be guided through the process of formulating a hypothesis and anchoring the argumentation for their projects. The work progress will be mainly reflected in individual feed-back and dialogue, and additional group discussions at crucial moments during the process… 2020S, scientific seminar, 3.0 ECTS

Urban Strategies and Theory of the Landscape

Andrea Börner

HORIZONS Every spatial manipulation of a given environment triggers changes of an existing, complex system of mutual dependencies. As the natural and cultural environment is constituted by manifold reciprocal relationships between material and immaterial conditions, the particular temporal, geographical and sociopolitical situation make up the specific framework for adopting change, in both the materially manifested and imagined worlds. The horizon… 2019W, scientific seminar, 3.0 ECTS

controversies / controversial concerns

Florian Medicus

2019W, scientific seminar, 2.0 ECTS

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