Apr 15, 2022
As part of his IntCDC Visiting Professorship, Martin Tamke invited representatives from the entire value chain from forest to product on 08.04.2022 to promote networking between the areas of digitization of forestry in Baden-Württemberg with research and design in the field of computer-aided architecture in the half-day workshop "Tree to Product".
Around 30 representatives from wood construction research at the IntCDC Cluster of Excellence in Stuttgart, the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA), Royal Danish Academy, Copenhagen, the Institute for Mechanics of Materials and Structures at the Vienna University of Technology, the Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg (FVA) and the Ministry of Food, Rural Areas and Consumer Protection Baden-Württemberg (MLR) gathered at the University of Stuttgart to discuss resource and data flows in the forestry and construction industry. The focus was on how a possible linkage of these flows could enable designers and processors to create or improve products, processes and services in terms of sustainability, accountability, clarity and efficiency.
Among the participants were many researchers from IntCDC's Early Career and Education program, who took the opportunity to learn about career paths in Denmark. IntCDC's Early Career Program supports young researchers in building an interdisciplinary and international network to achieve their research and career goals.