The symposium will focus on scientific fields whose areas of application use methodologies that stem from the mathematical and computer sciences, especially those that have witnessed recent developments.
Collection of information, such as:
Tracking and mapping methods;
Biometric sensing of users.
Semantic organization of information, such as:
Ontologies for the built environment;
GIS-Geographic Information Systems;
BIM-Building Information Model / VDC-Virtual Design and Construction.
Syntactically and semantically formal languages, such as:
Machine learning processes;
Representation, visualization and interaction, including:
CAD and BIM;
Photogrammetry and 3D scan;
Architectural design automation, such as:
Artificial intelligence tools.
Building performance analysis, such as:
Flow and crowd analysis;
SCAVA-Space Configuration, Accessibility and Visibility Analysis;
Convex and Solid Void Analysis;
Automated manufacturing and construction, such as:
Digital fabrication, CAM;
Active management of the built environment, such as;
Smart buildings and smart cities;
Facility Management and 6D BIM.