ONDEMAND COURSE

COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN

$ 597.00

$ 159.00

With Onur Yüce Gün

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Learn How to use Computing to Create Innovative and Meaningful Design Solutions

This course will help you develop a refined understanding of Computational Design.

It will present strategies for creating measurable impact through design while mastering computational design thinking. You’ll be equipped for the continuing digital evolution, gaining insights into generative design, digital fabrication, and machine learning technologies, and the transformative impact of artificial intelligence on design methodologies.

Upon completion, you’ll possess a distinctive perspective on the future of design, guiding you in your professional journey.

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Course Syllabus

New lessons will be added periodically

 Why Computational Design?

 Learning Outcomes

 Building Timeless Skills in Computational Design

 What is Computational Design & what it is not?

Analytical description of Computational Design

 Perceptual description of Computational Design

 A Holistic description of Computational Design

 My Journey: Importance of Education

 Contributions: A Non-Linear Career Path I

 Contributions: A Non-Linear Career Path II

 Strategies for Career Growth

History of Computers I: The Beginning

History of Computers II: The Rise of the Internet and the Personal Computer

History of Computers III: Why Learn about 5000 Years of Computation?

Emergence of Computational Design

What are Parametric, Algorithmic, Generative Design Systems?

Parametric and Algorithmic Design Systems

Algorithmic Design Systems

Generative Design Systems

Putting All Together: Parametric, Algorithmic, Generative Design Systems

Foundation I: Hand sketching vs Algorithmic sketching

Foundation II: Computational Aesthetics to AI Systems

Generative AI Landscape

Diffusion Models (Stable Diffusion, Midjourney)

GANs

How to use AI in design processes

Analytical (scientific) view of the world: Parts and Wholes – (Why parts do not exist and wholes are not ensembles)

Vision and Ambiguity (Human vs Machine Intelligence) – (Duck or Rabbit? — embracing ambiguity for visual innovation)

Visual Computation: Shape Grammars – (Copying as a mode of creativity, a tool for style development)

Quality vs. Quantity—can quality be computed?

3D Printing and DfAM Design for Additive Manufacturing

Implicit Modeling

Data as a design driver

Topology Optimization & Predictive Modeling

Prototyping vs Industrial scale applications

Creating Measurable Impact (Trends vs Meanings)

Future of Computational Design

Self-teaching vs. academic studies

Designer’s shifting role

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Course details

Computational Design

With Onur Yüce Gün

$ 597.00

$ 159.00

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About the instructor

Seasoned computational designer, researcher, and instructor

Onur Yüce Gün

Onur Yüce Gün is a seasoned computational designer, researcher, and instructor. Trained as an architect, Onur holds a Ph.D. and a master’s in design and Computation, both earned at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Recognized by TEDx, and Time Magazine’s best inventions lists, Onur’s work has been internationally published, exhibited, and awarded. His work has been exhibited at the Center for Architecture AIA New York Chapter, at SIGGRAPH, at Centre Pompidou (AAG), and the Tokyo Gallery A4. Onur instituted the Computational Geometry Group at KPF NY in 2006. He taught at MIT, RISD, and Adolfo Ibáñez University in Chile. Onur is current the Creative Manager of Computational Design at New Balance. He played a key role in R&D process of Triplecell, New Balance’s 3D printing technology, and designed 3D-printed forefoot component of limited-edition Fuel Cell Echo Triple that has been published in Popular Science in 2019.

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F.A.Q.

Does the course require live participation?

No, the course is entirely on-demand and consists of video-recorded lessons that can be accessed from any device and at any time from the students’ personal dashboard. However, online meetings are organized throughout the year (for members only) for Q&A sessions with speakers and experts in the field.

Who is the instructor?

Onur Yüce Gün is a seasoned computational designer, researcher, and instructor. Trained as an architect, Onur holds a Ph.D. and a master’s in design and Computation, both earned at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Recognized by TEDx, and Time Magazine’s best inventions lists, Onur’s work has been internationally published, exhibited, and awarded. His work has been exhibited at the Center for Architecture AIA New York Chapter, at SIGGRAPH, at Centre Pompidou (AAG), and the Tokyo Gallery A4. Onur instituted the Computational Geometry Group at KPF NY in 2006. He taught at MIT, RISD, and Adolfo Ibáñez University in Chile. Onur is current the Creative Manager of Computational Design at New Balance. He played a key role in R&D process of Triplecell, New Balance’s 3D printing technology, and designed 3D-printed forefoot component of limited-edition Fuel Cell Echo Triple that has been published in Popular Science in 2019.

Why should I take this course?

The thin line between design and computation diminishes furthermore, but foundational questions remain intact: How designs become ‘computational’? Why does it matter? What does the field of design and computation have to offer? How one can become a ‘true’ computational designer? This course will bring you the answers.

Does access to the courses have an expiry day?

No, the course has lifetime access.

Does the School issue certifications?

Of course, once you have finished the course, you can download the School of Disruption certification, recognized by the Titan | Disruptive Innovation Center. The certificate can be attached to your CV or registered on LinkedIn.

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The dawn of quantum supremacy

A bit of history

Quantum mechanics Vs Traditional physics

Super computer Vs Quantum computer

Examples of quantum computers

Which types of applications may benefit from quantum computing?

From bits to qubits

The superposition principle

Understanding the Qbit – The Bloch Sfere

Understanding the entanglement

The entanglement in a nutshell

What is a quantum gate?

The not as a quantum gate

Pauli Matrix

The H gate

The CNOT gate

Quantum Gates in a nutshell

Photonic quantum computer

Ion trap quantum computer

Artificial Atom Quantum Computer

Non-cloning theorem

Dense coding

Teleportation

The Deutsh problem

Create and test your first quantum code

The brain as quantum computer

Quantum machine learning and quantum AI

Quantum supremacy

Prospects for quantum computing

First steps in the market

Impact on industries

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Few yet know the real estate opportunities of this new digital world.

In this course you will discover everything you need to know to take your career and your business from the traditional

  Metaverse and Construction Industry

  Understanding the Metaverse

  VR-AR-XR: a brief introduction

  Metaverse in Popular Culture

The different shapes of the Metaverse

Web 3.0

What is Metaverse Real Estate?

Implications of Digital Real Estate

Why buy a Metaverse Property

How to buy Metaverse Land Properties

EXTRA: do you remember Second Life?

Becoming (The role of architecture)

Parcel scouting

Architecture & Design (Designing in the Metaverse)

How to buy Metaverse Land Properties

In game coding

CMS

Metaverse networking

Metaverse expansion

Extra services (web dev, store design and asset development)

Welcome

Metaverse 3.0: Blockchain technology and ownership

NFT Worlds – Worlds SDK & Creator Economy – Cubes Utility Token

Use Cases & Examples

How to build. Building Strategies

Teslasuit Haptics

Jobs and Opportunities in the Metaverse

School in the Metaverse

A.I. in the Metaverse – Patrik Gudev

Automotive & Mobility: The Case of partnership with Mole

Blockchain e distributed ledger technologies

Token, smart contract, decentralized timestamp

NFT

Blockchain and metaverse

Decentralized digital identity in the metaverse

NFT in the metaverse

Jobs and opportunities in the Metaverse

School in Metaverse

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Space exploration is the new frontier for human beings, which is generating countless business and job opportunities.

Biotechnology is the solution needed to meet all of the needs of long-term space missions, address the challenges of life in space and on other planets, and ultimately turn science fiction into science fact.

  The genetic material

  Recombinant DNA technologies

  History of biotechnology

  Successful cases of microbial, plant and animal biotechnology

The beginnings of rocket science

The first visionaries

The beginnings of the space age

Going to the Moon

The Space shuttle

The International Space Station

The exploration of the Solar System

The future of space exploration

Leaving Earth

The lack of gravity

Space radiations

Atmosphere, water and nutrients

The technical lack of sunlight

Microbiology on space

Space medicine

Plant biotechnology in space

Space applications

The future of biotechnology in space

Challenges to be overcome on the Moon

The future of biotechnology on the Moon

Challenges to be overcome on Mars

The future of biotechnology on Mars

Challenges to be overcome in deep space exploration

Challenges and opportunities for biotechnology beyond Earth

Research opportunities, contacts and funding sources

Brief summary and final considerations

Computational Design

With Onur Yüce Gün

Unleash your design potential. Parametric architecture allows you to create infinite and impossible design solutions using computers and artificial intelligence.​

 Why Computational Design?

 Learning Outcomes

 Building Timeless Skills in Computational Design

 What is Computational Design & what it is not?

Analytical description of Computational Design

 Perceptual description of Computational Design

 A Holistic description of Computational Design

 Who am I? – My journey

 Emergence of Computational Design

 Review of design and visualization tools

 Why important: Parametric, generative, and algorithmic systems

 Hand sketching vs Algorithmic sketching

 ML and AI in design

 Applications: Academia, Architecture, Product Design, Data Visualization, Animations

 What is missing?

 The Digital (Binary) Computer: History of Computing

 Analytical (scientific) view of the world; Parts and Wholes

 Vision and Ambiguity (Human vs Machine Intelligence)

 Visual Computation: Shape Grammars

 Geometry – Triangles

 Geometry – Platonic Solids

 Geometry – Freeform modeling

 Algorithmic Thinking

 Procedural Thinking

 Precision

 Creativity

 Parametric Design Foundations

 Parametric Design Hands-On

 Data as a design driver (D2D paper)

 Predictive Modeling

 Implicit Modeling

 CNC – Synthetic Natures

 3D Printing and DfAM Design for Additive Manufacturing

 Prototyping vs Industrial scale applications

 Applications in practice

 Researching in academia

 Creating Measurable Impact (Trends vs Meanings)

 Future of Computational Design

 Machine Learning Applications

 Designer’s shifting role

Formal Degrees

Self-teaching

Talking it to the field

Can quality be computed?

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Today, 3D printing is one of the fastest growing construction technologies, which opens new and exciting career opportunities for those determined to shape a better tomorrow

Your journey starts here

What is Construction 3D Printing?

Construction 3D Printing vs. Traditional Building Construction

History of 3D Printing in costruction industry

The Lack of technology adoption in Construction Industry

Manufacturing Evolution

Inside the Technology

Kenyas first 3D printed housen

FIBONACCI 3D printed house in Canada

3D Printing applied to construction

Digital Fabrication through Robotic Arm

Components of a concrete 3D printing system

Building strategies

Intro

Gantry 3D Printers

Delta 3D Printers

Robotic Arm 3D Printers

Crawler Boom 3D Printers

Polar 3D Printers

Powder 3D Printers

Recap

Intro

Concrete

Clay 3D printing

Metal

Fiber reinforced materials and polymers

Building with in situ materials

Economic implication

Marketing Opportunities

A new way to design for architects, designers and engineers

Technological evolution

Turning threats into opportunities

Building in Space

How to start the business

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  Welcome & Agenda

The theory in short

Disruption’s 3 key-points

Assess the market potential

The Law of Diffusion of Innovation

Start with Why Ted X

Innovation design process

Ideas and adoption

The Disruptive Innovation Theory

Industries Transformation

Building Blocks

The Innovator’s Dilemma

The Kodak case in short

Key points

How to be a disruptor – Harvard Business School Tribute

What is your market?

Not from you and not even from your competitors

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Non-consumers

Overshot customers

The evolution of performance criteria

How to conquer the market by worsening your products: the low-end disruption

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Jobs to-be-done strategy

Rating the jobs

Characteristics of innovation

How good managers condemn companies: the silent collapse

Principles of disruptive development

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7 successful business models examples

Advices and tools

The disrupt-o-meter

The competition

References and must-read

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  Your journey starts here 

What is Space Architecture?

The Multidisciplinary Approach of Space Architecture

Past and Present of Space Architecture

Design Framework

Habitability Aspects

ISS Life Support Systems

Habitability Special Requirements

Architectural Aspects and Workflow

Architectural Functions of Life in Space

How everything comes together

ISS Introduction

Modular System Paradigms

ISS Modular Structure

ISS Crew System

Luna Gateway

Gateway Configuration Concept

Settlements, Strategies and Objectives

The journey into Space

Planetary Outpost Elements Configuration

Common Archetype for Habitats on Planetary Surfaces

Mobility

Greenhouse

Getting There

Lunar Environment and Resources

Lunar Settlements and in-situ Materials

Building Strategies

Building with in-situ Materials

Getting There

Martian Environment and Resources

Settlements and in-situ Materials

Building Strategies

Closed-Loop Life Support Systems

Why we need to simulate missions?

Gravity

Habitation Simulations

Fidelity of Simulators and Simulations

Design and Habitability

Similarities of Space and Terrestrial Extremes

Recycling, Resilience, and Closed-Loop Systems

Examples of Spin-offs from Space to Earth

City as a Spaceship

Becoming a Space Architect

Space Architecture Pioneers and their Design NEW

Biotechnology for Space Habitats NEW

From the first flights to the settlements on Mars – Materials & Technologies NEW

Space Mining NEW

Making Staff in Space NEW

Analogue Testing in Antartica NEW

Human Performances in Space NEW

Space design for terrestrial living spaces NEW