SFCDUG October 2018 | Intro To Custom Dynamo Nodes In C#

On October 17th, 6:00 pm PST, SFCDUG welcomes Marcello Sgambelluri from John A Martin & Associates Structural Engineers, as our featured speaker for a tutorial on how to create your own custom Dynamo nodes using C#.  This month's meeting will be hosted at the SOM's office. Featured Presentation: Intro to Custom Dynamo Nodes in C# … Continue reading SFCDUG October 2018 | Intro To Custom Dynamo Nodes In C#

SFCDUG December 2018 | Computational approach for the assessment of the effect of solar radiation on indoor thermal comfort.

On December 13th, 6:00 pm PST,  SFCDUG welcomes Andrea Zani, from Eckersley O'Callaghan , as our featured speaker for a discussion about how to use computational design to address sustainability goals at HOK Suite 200 in San Francisco, 1 Bush Street. We have also a big Christmas Present for you. We are flattered to close … Continue reading SFCDUG December 2018 | Computational approach for the assessment of the effect of solar radiation on indoor thermal comfort.

SFCDUG September 2018 | Data Analysis and Flood Resilience Policy in San Francisco

On September 26th, 12:30 pm PST, SFCDUG welcomes Edoardo Saba, from PARSONS, as our featured speaker for a discussion about the use of data in city planning.  We also welcome Dimitrie Stefanescu who will give an overview of Speckle.  This month's meeting will be hosted at the AIA San Francisco. Featured Presentation: Data Analysis and … Continue reading SFCDUG September 2018 | Data Analysis and Flood Resilience Policy in San Francisco

SFCDUG August 2018 | A stroll with Plato: ancient Greek philosophers and Revit adaptive components

On August 15th, at 6:00 pm PST, the San Francisco Computational Design User Group welcomes Claudio Vittori Antisari and Chiara C. Rizzarda from Strategie Digitali, on a discussion about Dynamo, adaptive components, and the nature of geometry. Featured Presentation: Revit Adaptive Components are a powerful tool and sometimes the answer to deal with complex shapes. But … Continue reading SFCDUG August 2018 | A stroll with Plato: ancient Greek philosophers and Revit adaptive components

SFDUG July 2018 | Call for future augmented BIM super-users

On July 25th, at 6:00 pm PST, the San Francisco Dynamo User Group and HOK San Francisco welcomes Cesar Escalante and Alberto Tono, from HOK, on a discussion about how the AEC industry is impacted by technology change. Cesar Escalante serves as Digital Design Technology Manager at HOK providing training, BIM implementation, and computation design support … Continue reading SFDUG July 2018 | Call for future augmented BIM super-users

SFDUG + SFRUG July 2018 | Dynamo, Code, and Your Computer

On July 10th, at 11:30 am PST, the San Francisco Dynamo User Group and the San Francisco Revit User Group welcomes ZGF Architects for a discussion about how to effecivly use C# with Dynamo at the SF AIA. Featured Presentation: Dynamo, Code, and Your Computer Attend this meeting to learn how to create a reusable solution with … Continue reading SFDUG + SFRUG July 2018 | Dynamo, Code, and Your Computer

SFDUG June 2018 | How Design Technology drives Change on Project Delivery

On June 13th, at 6:00 pm PST, the San Francisco Dynamo User Group and the AIA San Francisco welcomes Samuel Barcenas, from CONSTRUBIM - Mexico, on a discussion about how the AEC industry is impacted by technology change.   Featured Presentation: How Design Technology drives Change on Project Delivery Samuel Barcenas has researched how new technology changes … Continue reading SFDUG June 2018 | How Design Technology drives Change on Project Delivery