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We are happy to share that Prof. Sigrid Brell-Cokcan will receive this year´s ACADIA Society Award for Leadership on Saturday together with co-founder Johannes Braumann for their pioneering work on Robots in Architecture.
“Sigrid Brell-Cokcan and Johannes Braumann have been recognized by the Acadia Awards committee as a cornerstone of the technology community by their contribution in the construction and proliferation of ideas. ACADIA’s sister organization, Robots in Architecture, which they have developed throughout the past years, has greatly expanded the conversation of robotics in the field, opening up new paths for professional development for many architects.” – The ACADIA Awards of Excellence Jury
Aachen, July 20, 2018 – Liebherr with the division Tower Cranes, Kuka as provider for automation solutions, the software company Autodesk and the RWTH Aachen University with its three chairs (Individualized Production, Institute of Steel Construction | Sustainable Metal Building Envelopes, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering WZL | production metrology and quality management) announced their collaboration in the field of robotics for the building industry today. The industrial consortium is conducting research together with the interdisciplinary team of scientist in the newly founded Center Construction Robotics on the RWTH Aachen Campus. The Center is under the scientific direction of Professor Sigrid Brell-Cokcan (Chair for Individualized Production), Professor Robert Schmitt (Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering WZL | production metrology and quality management) and Professor Markus Kuhnhenne (Institute of Steel Construction | Sustainable Metal Building Envelopes).
The building industry has great great potential with regard to robot-based automation. Using the example of large scale and complex facade elements and their production, the previously non-existent continuous digital chain from planning to production and assembly is to be demonstrated. The Center Construction Robotics pursues the common goal to develop the construction site of the future by means of digitalization from pre-production along the whole value chain towards a semi-automated construction site.
For more information see also the RWTH Aachen Campus website.
We are looking for several student assistant to support us. If you are interested in working on new and existing topics in order to bridge the gap between construction and robotics, this might be for you. In the following fields we are currently looking for new student assistants
|Photography:||RWTH Jobs page and as PDF|
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|Workshop and Laboratory:||RWTH Jobs page and as PDF|
We look forward to hearing from you!
We are looking to add a new member to our interdisciplinary team. If you have completed a master’s degree in computer sciences, informatics or similar and are interested in working on new and existing topics in order to bridge the gap between construction and robotics, or if you want to create novel software solutions for computer aided design, simulation and data management within the field of construction this might be for you.