Time 8:00-10:00 AM CDT
Real-world building simulation workflows with Pollination + Ladybug Tools
In this workshop, we will showcase workflows for streamlining environmental building performance simulation using Ladybug Tools Grasshopper plugins (https://ladybug.tools) as well as Pollination cloud computing and its Revit and Rhino plugins (https://pollination.cloud). The workshop will be a combination of presentations and hands-on tutorials that go over the sample files and highlight the best and the latest of the features.
Mostapha Sadeghipour Roudsari| Ladybug
Mostapha Sadeghipour Roudsari is a co-founder of Ladybug Tools LLC. He is also a designer, software developer, and educator focused on the integration of parametric environmental simulation with architectural design. He started the development of several open source projects including Ladybug Tools, EPWmap and DesignExplorer. After receiving his Masters in Environmental Building Design (MEBD) from University of Pennsylvania, he worked as a Senior Designer for Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill in Chicago and as an Integration Applications Developer for Thornton Tomasetti CORE-Studio in New York. He was a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania and now is working full time at Ladybug Tools. He lectures and teaches seminars frequently throughout Architecture and Engineering schools, the AEC community.
- This workshop is designed for an audience who has familiarity with environmental building simulation and is NOT an “Introduction to Ladybug Tools” workshop. If you want to get started with using Ladybug Tools see this link: https://www.ladybug.tools/video-tutorial.html
- The sample files and installation instructions will be emailed to you before the workshop.
- We will use Revit 2021, Rhino 7, and Grasshopper during the workshop. In case you want to follow along make sure you have the software installed and working on your machine before the workshop.
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