33. Forum Bauinformatik 2022

@Leonhard Obermeyer Center (TUM)

About the Forum

The Forum Bauinformatik (Forum for Civil Engineering Informatics) was first organized in 1989 in Weimar as an event by professors of Civil Engineering Informatics for researchers and students. In 1990, the first forum was held in Cottbus by young scientists for young scientists. In 1991 the name Forum Bauinformatik was used for the first time in Berlin. Since then, young researchers from the field of construction informatics have met every year to report on and discuss their work. The Forum Bauinformatik is organized annually by one of the participating universities of The German Association of Computing in Civil Engineering (Arbeitskreis Bauinformatik).

Organising Comittee

Leonhard Obermeyer Center at the Technical University of Munich

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The design, creation and maintenance of the built environment are among the main challenges of the 21st century. The application of modern computer technology helps to achieve this goal in an ecologically and economically sustainable manner.

The Leonhard Obermeyer Center bundles the exceptionally broad scientific expertise in the field of digital methods for the built environment present at Technische Universität München, ranging from Numerical Methods across Building Information Modeling (Prof. Borrmann), Geospatial Information Modeling (Prof. Kolbe), Computer-Aided Architectural Design (Prof. Petzold) to Remote Sensing and Point-cloud Processing (Prof. Stilla) and Constructions Process Management (Prof. Nübel).

The Center is based on intense cross-disciplinary collaboration between the participating chairs in both, research and teaching. Particular emphasis is put on all aspects of model and methods integration from CAD, BIM, GIS as well as on methods for the automated generation and validation of digital models and processes. The members are actively involved in the development of international standards in the fields of BIM (e.g. IFC) and virtual 3D city models (e.g. CityGML, Web 3D Service, IndoorGML) in the buildingSMART Alliance and the Open Geospatial Consortium.

Besides the inter-faculty collaboration, the Center provides a platform for close collaboration with international stakeholders of the AEC and GIS industry. To this end, the Center provides selected companies with the opportunity to become a member of the Leonhard Obermeyer Center and take influence on its strategic research agenda.

Conference Chairs

Chair of Architectural Informatics
Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation

Partners & Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Key Dates

  • Abstract Submission (from): 15th January 2022
  • Abstract Submission (until): 30th March 2022 new: 08th April 2022
  • Abstract Acceptance Notification: 29th April 2022
  • Full Paper Submission: 20th May 2022 new: 27th May 2022
  • Full Paper Review Notification: 27th June 2022
  • Camera-Ready Paper Submission: 8th July 2022
  • Conference: 7th – 9th September 2022

Topics

  • Building Information Modeling
  • Structural Health Monitoring
  • Data Capture/ Data Mining
  • Image Processing
  • Design-Support
  • Optimization
  • Organisation and Management
  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Logistics
  • Machine Learning and AI
  • Traffic Simulation
  • Geo Information Systems/ Geoinformatics
  • Visualizations
  • Data Modelling for AEC
  • Virtual Reality

Submission & Registration

The full paper submission will be open from the 29th of April 2022 until the 20th of May 2022. As the review process is conducted as a blind review, please do not include any information on authors and institutions in the paper or as filenames in the first submission.

The full paper templates are available here:

The conference registration costs are to be confirmed in due course. Early indications suggest that registration costs will be approximately 120,00 € for graduate students and 150,00 € for academic researchers (Ph.D. students, Professors, etc.).

Program

Venue

Vorhoelzer Forum

Raum 5166, Hauptgebäude 0501, Arcisstr. 21,  5. Obergeschoss, Südterrasse
Weg: Anfahrt TUM Innenstadtcampus, Haupteingang TUM, Gang links, Fahrstuhl am Ende des Gangs in das 5. OG

Next up

Full Paper Submission until May 27th 2022

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