Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation
TUM Department of Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering
Technical University of Munich

The report on "Built Environment Digital Twinning" originated from the international workshop that is presented by TUM and Siemens in December 2019 is published. You can find the report via the link:Report.

More information about the workshop can be found as follows:

Workshop homepage: Homepage,

Captured videos: Videos,

Slides: Slides.

Due to the Corona crisis, there will be no presence teaching in Summer Term 2020. However, all CMS courses will take place and will be offered in digital form. This includes the provision of captured video and other material as well as synchronous remote teaching via webinars. Please check the corresponding Moodle courses for further details. Please check your TUM mailbox in regular intervals for further notice.

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The research project " Development of a multi-LOD data model representing buildings at different phases " funded by the DFG (FOR2363) is winning the buildingSmart International Student Research Award in 2019 at the buildingSmart International Summit in Beijing. More information can be found at


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Due to the large number of registrations for the course Building Information Modeling in the past winter term, unfortunately, some of the interested students didn’t have the chance to attend.

Therefore, we decided to offer an additional course in this year’s summer term.

For more information, please visit

If you are interested in attending, please don’t forget to register in TUMonline for the course. The registration opens 14.04.2020, 20:00. The Deadline for registering is 20.04.2020.

The first lecture will take place on 24.04.2020. As only a limited number of slots is available, we will make a selection among all students registered on the waiting list at this date. Only students who are present will be considered.

Singapore Building and Construction Authority has visited TUM’s Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation on Oct 25th, 2019 to discuss with Prof. Borrmann about current technology and future trends for automated code compliance checking of building designs.

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Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation

Prof. André Borrmann

Technical University of Munich
Arcisstr. 21
D-80333 München

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