Jamal van Kastel, graduate student in Building Technology at the Delft University of Technology, used modeFRONTIER as a part of a computational design workflow. This allowed to generate and process building performance data of a large set of sports hall design alternatives and visualize this data in a highly-interactive, game-like data environment.
We provided our engineering data intelligence capabilities for the Double Face 2.0 research project. The Trombe wall prototype was recently exhibited at Venice Biennale of Architecture 2018 where many people from all over the world could see the results of this 2-year project.
Students of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, organized by Technion in Israel have successfully completed the course Optimization Integrated Design held by Dr. Savely Khosid from Rafael Advanced Defense Systems.
We are happy to announce that ESTECO and the benefits of the ESTECO Academy Program were presented yesterday at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the College of Engineering in Pune,India.
ESTECO and Cummins Inc. are proud to announce the launch of the ESTECO Academy Design Competition 2018, inviting students of engineering and applied sciences from around the world to participate. This year’s challenge is to design the most cost and energy-efficient hybrid microgrid to supply energy to a Cummins campus in India.
We are proud to announce that the Double Face 2.0 will be exposed at the Venice Biennale Architettura 2018 until November 25th. ESTECO has provided its software, modeFRONTIER, to develop this project.
ESTECO and Cummins will present the design competition challenge at the ESTECO International Users' Meeting 2018 in Trieste, Italy.
Are you a design optimization enthusiast? Come to ESTECO International Users Meeting 2018 and find out how some of the world's most innovative companies are bringing together numerical efficiency and effective data handling. ESTECO welcomes students, researchers, and professors to the ESTECO International Users' Meeting, which will be held on 23rd-24th May 2018 in Trieste, Italy.
modeFRONTIER enabled Michael Bambula of the University of Florida to run the workflow, integrate third-party software, automate the design exploration process and perform post-process analysis.