30th September 14:30 CET, Henriette Bier lectures online to students from Architectural Robotics Lab at Cornell



Bio-cyber-physical Systems in Architecture


Today’s physical-digital continuum challenges architects to envision buildings and building processes as bio-cyber-physical systems that rely on interactions between human and non-human agents. These operate as multi-agent systems consisting of autonomous entities, which act towards achieving goals together by perceiving through sensors and by acting through actuators in all phases from design to production and operation of physically built environments.