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Contributors

The content on this website would not be possible without the contributions and energy of a host of external advisors, subject matter experts, and contributors.

External Content Contributors

Asbjørn Levring - Danish Institute of Technology in collaboration wirh NewBIM

During the last 10 years, Asbjørn has worked with development and implementation of BIM—especially the deep understanding of concepts, interoperability, and technical solutions for early design phases, detailed design, construction projects, and processes. He served as task coordinator for several Danish research projects on BIM, and as project manager for numerous practice-oriented research and development projects supported by the research and innovation directorate. The projects are carried out in close collaboration with participating companies and research institutions. In the last few years, he has worked on projects ranging from developing infrastructure advice for governmental, private organizations, and technology-based businesses—to training tasks with clients, advisory and executive parties, producers, and other actors within the building sector.

 

Daniel Nielsen - Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture.

The Danish architect Daniel Nielsen works on projects at various scales - from buildings to planning - with the aim of creating high architectural quality  designs that take comfort, climate conditions, and resources into account. He integrates Green BIM into his work – using digital 3D modeling and simulation tools to visualize and validate his designs. He is involved in various research projects and education programs at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. Besides this he also consults about architectural design. Previously he was involved in projects at the Danish Technological Institute, helping implement GreenBIM digital tools and workflows.

 

Jim Cowan

 

 

Autodesk Contributors

David Scheer Autodesk

David Scheer - Building Performance Analysis (BPA) Team

David is a registered architect, energy modeling expert and software engineer.  David spent the last 12 years as a professional architect and land planner, GIS researcher, and energy modeling consultant in California and Alaska.  As a domain expert at Autodesk since 2011, he is involved in advanced research in new modeling and analysis techniques, as well as the day-to-day improvements to the BPA platforms and Green Building Studio, the engine that provides energy analysis capabilities to a number of Autodesk tools.  David also teaches a course on zero energy building design at UC Berkeley in San Francisco. Before returning to UC Berkeley for his Master of Architecture, David studied Aerospace Engineering, literature, history and art at the U of Michigan.

Jon Den Hartog

Len Whitehead

Shakeel Mirza

Glenn Katz

Ian Malloy

 

 

Students

  • Francisco Farias
  • Paul Burgeson

 

Media and Production

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Sustainable Design

Everything in the built environment is designed, from the smallest computer chip to the largest city. With Autodesk software, users can reduce the environmental impacts of their designs.  Visit the Autodesk Sustainable Design Center: autodesk.com/sustainabledesign.

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