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COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN

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With Onur Yüce Gün

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

Computational Design thinking and computational making expand the design possibilities indefinitely.

This approach can be applied in a wide spectrum of disciplines, such as architectureproduct design, and mechanical engineering

Unlock your creative and professional potential by learning about Computational Design in a software-agnostic way.

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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

 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?

Get your certification

At the end of the course, you will receive your certificate of achievement. Add it to your CV and share it on social media!

Course details

Computational Design

With Onur Yüce Gün

 597.00

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Rated 5 out of 5
December 19, 2022

Merci beaucoup pour les enseignements transmis ! cela été impressionnant et très enrichissent en connaissance !

Bien à vous

Chakib CHAOUCHE-TEYARA

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 willbring 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 Swiss Institute for Disruptive Innovation. The certificate can be attached to your CV or registered on LinkedIn.

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Computational Design

With Onur Yüce Gün

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