BTU Cottbus, 31. August 2018
Ilija Vukorep is organizing the AIAAF symposium (AI-Aided Architectural Fabrication) at the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. Researchers from several European universities will present their work on topics of Artificial intelligence and discuss and exchange their experience about machine learning techniques in conjunction with architectural fabricati. . .
New York, 2017
Ilja Vukorep is going to hold a lecture at the NYIT (New York Institute of Technology) on the 28th of March 2017 within the framework of the NYIT Spring Lectures. In the lecture Vukorep will talk about different projects worked on by LOMA architecture. landscape. urbanism, as well as about current research topics under the heading . . .
Cottbus / Wroclaw, 2015, Best Presentation Award
The research paper „Decode - Reverse Engineering Abstract Art“ was awarded with the best presentation award at the „shapes of logic“ international conference of parametric design in Wroclaw in march 2015. The paper describes a method for teaching programming for architects. This article describes why modern art (from th. . .
Kassel / Cottbus, 2012 / 2013, Unikat 2012 -VDI - prize technology- / Converge Challenge Open Innovation -Best Idea-
SQUID is a new autonomous robotic system that is hanging in ropes from the ceiling and is fulfilling specific functions much better than robots on the ground. Apart from effectiveness and depending on its application, the hanging robot. . .
The design project -Resettlement and Urban Regeneration in Industrial and Shrinking Areas- organized in summer 2010 at the University for Applied Science in Cottbus was assigned the task to develop an urban design strategy for the resettlement of a village called Mühlrose, located south of Cottbus. The work was to be supported by parame
Kassel / Cottbus, 2011 - 2013, sponsored by MWFK Brandenburg
The - interactive surface - project is a technical solution of a surface that can transform its form and receive pressure signals on ground matrix. The difference to other existing solutions is the reduction of motors by using a matrix configuration and the integrated use of sensors. Usually eve. . .