We discuss the importance of visual aesthetics in the context of interactive systems and products, present how it has been studied in the field of Human-Computer Interaction HCIand suggest directions for future work in this field.
I2SL is broadening the base of knowledge and expertise in sustainable labs and other high technology facilities. During his career at the U. Terence Alcorn Terence Alcorn is a registered architect with 25 years of experience of projects in higher education and laboratories design including the Thomas M.
Alcorn has also been a Professor of Economics teaching both Micro and Macro Economics, and presented at the following conferences: Prior to co-founding EcoDomus, Inc. Also, Igor co-founded Latista Technologies, the leading provider of field management software for construction, in How can bSa members contribute to Moving the Industry Forward?
After 22 years as a volunteer, he joined the staff of the Institute as an employee in early He is a registered architect in the state of Virginia and a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects.
She has authored twelve publications in various journals and conference proceedings and is an active member of several professional organizations in the AEC industry. Kam teaches graduate and undergraduate courses as a Consulting Assistant Professor with the School of Engineering at Stanford University.
At age 21, Calvin was the first and the youngest to receive dual bachelor degrees in Architecture and Civil Engineering from the University of Southern California with the highest honor bestowed on a graduating senior for distinguished leadership and excellent scholarship. Her research focuses on spatial reasoning and the use of Building Information Modeling BIM for solving complex ill-structured problems.
Her current research focuses on the use of BIM to create comprehensive representations, inclusive of spatial and object data, as a tool for solving the types of problems common to the disciplines of the built environment.
She is an active member of the buildingSMART alliance and advisor for continuing education in the building industry. His main research topic is collaboration in the AEC industry. Wednesday, January 9, 8: He specializes in Building Information Modeling BIM and virtual prototyping research, along with globalization issues in construction.
He has received National Science Foundation grants for investigating the application of advanced visualization in construction engineering education and the AEC Industry.
As a part of these grants, he led the development of two Immersive Construction ICon Labs which are large, 3 screen immersive display systems for visualizing design and construction information.
Messner was also a principle investigator on two Globalization projects for the Construction Industry Institute. He previously worked as a project manager on various construction projects for a large general contractor and an infrastructure development company.
He has taught courses in virtual prototyping; BIM; strategic management in construction; international construction; and project management at Penn State. Ceton lives in the suburbs of Washington, DC. He was recognized in by the AIA California Council on Integrated Project Delivery Task Group for his contribution on this committee that worked toward bringing higher levels of efficiency and quality to the building process.
Kimon sees the architectural profession as being at the center of making a positive impact toward sustainability. This global charette developed plans for large sections of Los Angeles, creating designs for buildings totaling over 55 million square feet.
A renowned speaker, Kimon has spoken at more than local, state, national and international events. Speaker to be determined 1: In AugustSteve retired from the federal government after 35 years and is now consulting about BIM and online technologies.
Private Sector Initiatives Kurt Maldovan, Balfour-Beaty, Moderator As Assistant Process Manager, Kurt is responsible for integrating and managing client standards and providing support for organizing project data, developing custom procedures, and applications to make the most efficient use of BIM and emerging technologies.
He is responsible for the oversight and mobilization of the design technology required for project execution, including developing the BIM Execution Plan. He has worked on multiple healthcare and medical research laboratory projects in five countries and eight US states as a project and program manager.
In the Capital Planning Branch he supports the implementation and coordination facility life cycle management FLCM tools, research and policy.
He has focused on developing and delivering products and services to support design, construction and management of the built environment for more than 30 years.The Los Angeles and Santa Cruz police departments, a team of educators and a company called PredPol have taken an algorithm used to predict earthquakes, tweaked it and started feeding it crime data.
The software can predict where crimes are likely to occur down to square feet. Hitachi Automotive Organizational Culture Hitachi Automotive Products, Los Angeles (HAP-LA), based in Torrance, is a major remanufacturer of alternators, starters, electronic control units, mass airflow sensors, distributors, and other automotive electronic parts.
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The statistical data analysis. The present invention provides systems, methods and computer program-product for calculating and storing time and distance information in an economical and efficient manner. The time and distance information may be used in the development of traversable networks for the delivery and retrieval of items from multiple locations in a timely and efficient manner.