TAP Presents: The Evolution of Practice

Schedule of Events

12:30 – 1:00 PMLunch 
1:00 – 1:10 PMWelcome/Introductions
1:10 – 2:00 PM Conceptual Design – New Tools and Processes (presented by Matt Jezyk)
2:00 – 2:10 PM Break 
2:10 PM – 3:00 PMBIM – Standards/Templates/Content (presented by Dan Bossenbroek, AIA)
3:00 – 3:30 PM Break with refreshments
3:30 – 4:20 PM Design Computation – Practical Application (presented by Nathan Miller)
4:20 PM – 4:30 PM Closing Remarks

Presenter Information

Matt Jezyck

Matt Jezyk
Matt Jezyk is a Senior Project Manager for AEC Conceptual Design Products. He has been in the Architecture and Engineering industry for 17 years and has spent the past 13 years developing Autodesk Revit and various other design tools. As one of the original architects hired by Revit Technology Corporation, Matt helped build what are now called Revit Architecture and Revit Structure. He is experienced in building both parametric and geometric modeling tools on the Revit platform. Recently he has focused on emerging markets and technology and has developed a suite a new technologies. His development teams have created multiple new applications: Autodesk Vasari, a popular Autodesk Labs project now in public beta, and Autodesk FormIt, the 1st architectural form modeler on the iPad. Matt and his group also contribute code to the open-source Dynamo Visual Programming tool for Revit and Vasari. 

DanBossenbroekDan Bossenbroek, AIA
Dan has more than 18 years of broad based experience as a PA, PM, business manager and technology performance optimization leader. He has developed and implemented numerous CAD and BIM productivity enhancement systems and processes including the development and organization of an extensive template file, the creation of a system to analyze the efficiency of documentation of completed BIM projects, the development of a process to incorporate prototypical rooms into the planning, and design process and the integration of Revit models with specification software. His experience provides a unique perspective for productivity optimization and education leadership. 

Nathan Miller
Nathan Miller is Director of Computational Design at CASE, a design technology consultancy. Nathan’s professional background in architecture combines experience in construction, leadership on international designs, and expertise in computation. As CASE’s Director of Computational Design, Nathan is responsible for leading the efforts on computational design strategy, interoperability, analysis, and geometric rationalization.

Prior to joining CASE, Nathan was an associate and designer at NBBJ. Nathan led the firm in the implementation of computational design systems for developing generative concepts, maximizing production efficiency, and increasing building performance. As a designer, Nathan provided leadership on numerous projects in China including the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Park currently under construction.

Nathan has lectured on the topic of design and computation at venues including the ACADIA conference, the ACSA conference, AIA TAP the annual USC BIM symposium, and the Los Angeles Design Technology Forum. Nathan has also instructed workshops at venues including UCLA, TEX-FAB, and Facades+.  


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