Workshop on Built Environment Digital Twinning
Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation
TUM Department of Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering
Technical University of Munich


Time Topic Speaker/Moderator Affiliation
Dec. 16 2019
Evening Arrival, check in at hotel
Dec. 17 2019
Session 1: Generating and enriching Digital Twins
09:30-10:15 Registration, tea & coffee    
10:15-10:30 Welcome & agenda review Ioannis Brilakis Cambridge, TUM-IAS
10:30-11:00  Siemens welcome Peter Löffler Siemens
11:00-11:30 DTs: the CDBB perspective Mark Enzer MottMac, CDBB
11:30-12:00  Generating geometric DTs Ioannis Brilakis Cambridge, TUM-IAS
12:00-13:30  Lunch
13:30-14:30   Brainstorming session Lucio Soibelman USC
14:30-14:45   Summarizing outcomes
14:45-15:05 Break 
Session 2: The structure of Digital Twins   
15:05-15:35 Learning building geometry Daniel Cremers TUM
15:35-16:05 The structure of DTs André Borrmann TUM
16:05-16:35 The future of DT standards Jakob Beetz RWTH
16:35-16:55  Break    
16:55-17:55 Brainstorming session Uwe Stilla TUM
17:55-18:10 Summarizing outcomes
18:10-20:00  Dinner
Dec. 18 2019    
Session 3: Using Digital Twins  
08:30-09:00 Registration, Tea & coffee 
09:00-09:30 Dynamic data & DTs Berit Wessler Siemens
09:30-10:00 Using DTs for buildings Ghang Lee Yonsei
10:00-10:30 Using DTs for infrastructure Ilka May LOCLAB
10:30-10:50  Break  
10:50-11:50 Brainstorming session Janosch Kisch Siemens
11:50-12:05 Summarizing outcomes
12:05-13:30   Lunch
Session 4: Digital Twin tech transfer & market penetration
13:30-14:00 Bringing DTs to the market Rafael Sacks CDBB, Technion
14:00-14:30 Siemens perspective Wolfgang Hass Siemens
14:30-15:00 Oracle perspective Frank Weiss Oracle
15:00-15:30  Break 
15:30-16:30 Brainstorming session Stefan Kaufmann Allplan
16:30-16:45 Summarizing outcomes
16:45-17:15 Closing session / next steps André Borrmann TUM


Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation

Prof. André Borrmann

Technical University of Munich
Arcisstr. 21
D-80333 München

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