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Lectures 2021

12.02, 13:00h, MSc 2: D2RP&O for CS and IUF

Lecture TUD 1
17.02, 13:00h: Christel Paillé and Robert Lindner, ESA on Life support Systems and In-Situ Resource Utilisation for off-Earth structures

Christel Paillé has obtained a MSc degree in Chemical Engineering at Clermont Ferrand, MSc Biotechnology at UA Barcelona. She is working in the Life Support Team of ESA since 2001.
Robert Lindner has obtained a Dipl.-Ing. degree in Chemical Engineering, University of Karlsruhe. He is Head of Life Support and Physical Sciences Instrumentation Section, and is working at ESA on Life Support, Instrumentation for Exploration and ISRU since 1997.

Presentation LSS and ISRU v2o.pdf

Lecture TUD 2
19.02, 13:00h: Volker Ruitinga, Vertico on Challenges of 3D Printing Large-scale Structures

Volker Ruitinga founded Vertico 3D concrete printing in 2018. After starting his career in the automotive industry he became fascinated with 3D printing and developed the ambition to 3D print large scale objects with robots.

File:Vertico 20210219 TUDelft.pdf

Lecture TUD 3
24.02, 13:00h: Hamed Alavi, UniFri on Sensor-actuators and Human-Computer Interaction for Intelligent Distributed Systems

Hamed Alavi is currently a lecturer at the Human-IST Institute at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer and Telecommunication Sciences from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL). His current research is focused on the future of human's interactive experiences within built environments. Particularly, he is interested in the engagement of computer science in the evolution of buildings and urban spaces as they increasingly incorporate artificial intelligence, context-aware automation, and interactivity.

Lectures are accessible via Zoom: https://tudelft.zoom.us/j/95322007795?pwd=MDBNKzVNUmp6OHJkNjI2cUVhZlVsQT09

Lectures 2019

Lecture TUD 1
Robotic Building

Lecture TUD 2
Architecture in the Age of Robotic Building

Lecture TUD 3
Robotic Building: Robotic Systems Integrated into Physically Built Environments and Building Processes