Professional education course – Digital Sustainable Built Environment
The Digital Twin Cities Centre and Chalmers University offer a free 3-day advanced course with a focus on digital twins to support sustainable built environments.
Digitalisation and sustainability have deep implications for all stakeholders in the built environment. Climate change and other environmental problems demand for a rapid transition and digitalisation provides novel opportunities to support this transition. Currently, this potential is not exploited. The aim of this interactive three-day course is to A) provide an overview of the latest developments in the field,and B) discuss potentials and challenges of using digital twins to support sustainable built environments. A number of experts will provide inputs in lectures in the mornings and concrete use case will be explored in group workshops every afternoon.
Target group: architects, urban planners, engineers, municipalities, consultants, construction companies and real estate managers with at least three years of professional experience.
Time: Three days (6 hours each) in November. The course will take place once a year.
Note: The course is free of charge. Active participation is required and the modules are complementary. If you register please ensure that you can attend all 3 days.