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									Fifth EAAE-ENHSA Construction Teachers’ Sub-network Workshop
Accommodating New Aspects of Interdisciplinarity in Contemporary Construction Teaching
School of Architecture, University IUAV Venice, Italy, 23-25 November 2006
Preliminary Programme
Thursday 23.11.06                                                                                                                                                                   TAFURI HALL
14:00-14:30          Welcome Address by Professor Magnani, Rector of the School of Architecture, University IUAV Venice.
                     Opening of the Workshop by:
                     Enzo Siviero (Department of Architectural Construction IUAV), Per Olaf Fjeld (EAAE President),
                     Constantin Spiridonidis (ENHSA Coordinator) and Maria Voyatzaki (EAAE-ENHSA Construction Network Coordinator).
14:30-15:00          University IUAV Venice: Presentation of the School Curriculum

15:00-17:00          Theme 1: Interdisciplinarity - representation – construction – construction pedagogy:
                     Presentations:
                                                                                ROOM 1                                                                                                        ROOM 2

                     Chair: Maria Voyatzaki, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE                             Chair: Dimitris Papalexopoulos, Athens Technical University, GREECE
 15:15 – 15:30       O. Fritz, University of Applied Sciences, LIECHTENSTEIN                          15:15 – 15:30     M. Aerni and B. Helman, KTH School of Architecture. Stockholm, SWEDEN
 15:30 – 15:45       J. Kafferstein University of Applied Sciences, LIECHTENSTEIN                     15:30 – 15:45     M. Olivier, Grands Ateliers de l’Isle d’Abeau, FRANCE
                     A. Mosseri, Tel Aviv University, The David Azrieli School of Architecture,
 15:45 – 16:00                                                                                        15:45 – 16:00     B. Zegarac, University of Belgrade, SERBIA
                     ISRAEL
 16:00 – 16:15       V. Spigai and M. Condotta, University IUAV Venice, ITALY                         16:00 – 16:15     M. Suutarla, Tampere University of Technology, FINLAND

16:15 -16:45         Coffee break
16:45-18:00          Discussion on Theme 1 Chairs: M.Voyatzaki - D. Paplexopoulos: Interdisciplinarity - representation – construction – construction pedagogy:
                        How can computer specialists collaborate with architects in order for a file to arrive at a factory? What are the necessary competences of architecture graduates that can enable
                     them to collaborate with specialists and/or can use software to produce working drawings? What is the role of the digital environments in modern construction? How can new
                     representation tools and software aid and facilitate the construction of architecture? Does the production of computer drawings change the teaching methods and pedagogy of
                     construction?

18:15-19:15          Keynote Lecture by Marta Malé-Alemany, Coordinator of the Digital Tectonics Postgraduate Course
                     IaaC - Institut d'Arquitectura Avançada de Catalunya, SPAIN
                     Lecture Title: to be defined                                                                                                                                  TAFURI HALL
19:30                Reception at the School of Architecture, University IUAV.

Friday 24.11.06
9:00-10:00           Keynote Lecture by Michael Fedeski, Architect, Convenor of the MSc Course on Environmental Design of Buildings,
                     Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff, UNITED KINGDOM
                     Lecture Title: A Postgraduate Course Teaching Environmental Design across Construction Disciplines.                                                           TAFURI HALL
10:00-10:30          Coffee break
10:30-11:45          Theme 2: Interdisciplinarity – simulation/environmental control – construction –construction pedagogy:
                     Presentations:
                                                                                          ROOM 1                                                                                             ROOM 2
                     Chair: Ulf Janson, Chalmers University of Technology Goetenborg,                                 Chair: Michael Fedeski, Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff, UNITED
                     SWEDEN                                                                                           KINGDOM
 10:30 – 10:45       T. Jeffries, Manchester School of Architecture, UNITED KINGDOM                   10:30 – 10:45   J. Brennan, University of Edinburgh, SCOTLAND
 10:45 – 11:00       M. Amirante, Second University of Napoli, ITALY                                  10:45 – 11:00   K. Axarli, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE
 11:00 – 11:15       N. Panagiotopoulos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE                 11:00 – 11:15   G. Franco, Università degli Studi di Genova, ITALY
 11:15 – 11:30       A. Magliocco, Università degli Studi di Genova, ITALY                            11:15 – 11:30   F. Hay, Napier School of Interior Architecture, Edinburgh, SCOTLAND
 11:30 – 11:45       A. Daniil, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE                          11:30 – 11:45   L. Fabris, Potitecnico di Milano, ITALY

11:45-13:15          Discussion on Theme 2 Chairs: U. Janson – M. Fedeski: Interdisciplinarity – simulation/environmental control – construction –construction
                     pedagogy:
                         Can architects alone work on the design of sustainable buildings and settlements? What is the necessary knowledge base that architects ought to have for designing intelligent
                     buildings? How can environmental scientists/engineers collaborate with architects and the design team, in general, in order to produce environmentally-controllable buildings? What
                     are the necessary competences of architecture graduates that will enable them to collaborate with environmental scientists/engineers to produce sustainable energy-saving
                     buildings? Does the use of computers change the teaching methods and pedagogy of construction with an emphasis on the environment?
13:15-14:15          Lunch

14:30-15:30           Theme 4: Interdisciplinarity – new material(isation) – construction – construction pedagogy:

                     Presentations:
                                                                                           ROOM 1                                                                                              ROOM 2

                     Chair: Myriam Olivier, Les Grands Ateliers de l’Isle d’Abeau, FRANCE                              Chair: Enzo Siviero, University IUAV Venice, ITALY
 14:30 – 14:45       N. Hoyet, Versailles School of Architecture, FRANCE                              14:30 – 14:45    D. Sudhershan, University College Dublin, IRELAND
 14:45 – 15:00       L. Gligor, Ion Mincu University, Bucharest, ROMANIA                              14:45 – 15:00    L. Denissen, Henry Van de Velde Institute, Antwerp, BELGIUM
 15:00 – 15:15       J. Gorski, Warsaw Technical Universit, POLAND                                    15:00 – 15:15    N. Manou and K. Oudatzi, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE
                     H. De Weijer and T.Van der Sandt, Amsterdamse Hoge School voor de
 15:15 – 15:30                                                                                        15:15 – 15:30    J. Ilkovic, Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, SLOVAKIA
                     Kunsten, Academie van Bouwkunst, THE NETHERLANDS

15:30-16:00          Coffee break

16:00-17:15          Discussion on Theme 4 Chairs: M. Olivier – E. Siviero: Interdisciplinarity – new material(isation) – construction – construction pedagogy:
                         What are the necessary competences of architecture graduates that will enable them to collaborate with specialists in order to use new materials? What is the necessary
                     knowledge for that? How can architects play a crucial role in the creation of new materials? How can material scientists collaborate with architects in order for new materials to be
                     exploited? Can conventional construction methods allow for the incorporation of new materials in design? How can new materials aid and facilitate the construction of contemporary
                     architecture? Does the use of new materials change the teaching methods and pedagogy of construction?

17:30-18:30          Keynote Lecture by Stergios Logothetidis, Physicist, Chair of the Physics Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
                     Coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Masters Course on Nanotechnology, GREECE
                     Lecture Title: Nanotechnology: Applications to Architecture                                                            TAFURI HALL

Saturday 25.11.06
9:00-10:00           Keynote Lecture by Michael Dickson, Structural and Civil Engineer, Founding Partner, Chairman 1996-2005, Buro Happold Engineers
                     Lecture Title: Engineering Architecture- Building for a Small Planet                                                                                            TAFURI HALL


10:00-10:30          Coffee break

10:30- 12:00         Theme 3: Interdisciplinarity – morphogenesis – construction – construction pedagogy:
                     Presentations
                                                                                                 ROOM 1                                                                                                       ROOM 2
                     Chair: Antonino Saggio, La Sapienza, School of Architecture,
                                                                                                                                Chair: Per Olaf Fjeld, AHO, Oslo, NORWAY
                     Rome, ITALY
 10:30 – 10:45       K-G. Olsson, Chalmers University of Technology Goetenborg, SWEDEN                        10:30 – 10:45     M. Tziztas, Athens Technical University, GREECE
 10:45 – 11:00       D. Papalexopoulos, Athens Technical University, GREECE                                   10:45 – 11:00     N. Baytin, Eastern Mediterranean University, Northern Cyprus
 11:15 – 11:30       B. Wiskemann, ETH Zurich, SWITZERLAND                                                    11:15 – 11:30     R. Frances and R. Rapaport, Wizo Academy. Haifa, ISRAEL
 11:30 – 11:45       M. Phokas, University of Cyprus, Faculty of Engineering, CYPRUS                          11:30 – 11:45     R. Raiteri, Università degli Studi di Genova, ITALY
 11:45 – 12:00       R. Di Marco and A. Villa, University IUAV Venice, ITALY                                  11:45 – 12:00    S. Fulop, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, HUNGARY


12:15-13:30          Discussion on Theme 3 Chairs: Antonino Saggio – P. O. Fjeld: Interdisciplinarity – morphogenesis – construction – construction pedagogy:
                         What are the necessary competences of architecture graduates that will enable them to collaborate with specialists and/or can use software to produce working drawings? Can
                     conventional construction methods allow for the materialization of designs that have been generated through computer software? How can computer specialists collaborate with
                     architects in order for a file to arrive at a factory? How can new representation tools and software aid and facilitate the construction of contemporary architecture? Does the
                     generation of design through computers change the teaching methods and pedagogy of construction?
13:30-14:30          Lunch
14:30-15:30          Keynote Lecture by Sean Hanna, Research Engineer, Academic Fellow
                     The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies
                     University College of London, UNITED KINGDOM
                     Lecture Title: Teaching Parametric Design in Code and Construction                                                                                                            TAFURI HALL
15:30-16:30          Panel (the chairs of all sessions) introduces fifth theme:
                     Dynamics and Tendencies. Discussion
                     Chair: Em. Tzekakis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE
                     This session will attempt to make a synthesis of all previous sessions in order to draw some conclusions on the exercised adopted and the emerging pedagogies of construction teaching. In the context
                     of this discussion the future of the network of construction teachers will schedule its future activities.
Sunday 26.11.06
9:30-13:30           Guided tour to the Arsenale.

								
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