Digitize Wood Network Meeting

November 26, 2021, 2:00 p.m. (CET)


Time: November 26, 2021, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
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In the second Digitize Wood Network Meeting, we will shed light on digitality in structural timber design from different perspectives. Joshua Brett will show how the integrated software platform Modugen can be used to simplify the planning workflow from design and structural planning to structural analysis. Timo Claus reports from the practical application on the digital planning of three-dimensional connections. And finally, we take a look at the BUGA Research Pavilion and its integrated planning approach with Simon Bechert. And of course, there will be time for questions and discussion.


Network Meeting of the Platform Digitize Wood
26 November 2021 | 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. (online, registration required)



  • Welcome and review of the network meeting in September

  • Effizientes Engineering im Holzbau (lecture will be in German)
    Joshua Brett, Modugen
  • Wieviel Stahl braucht der Holzbau? Traditionelles digital weitergedacht (lecture in German)
    Timo Claus, Str.ucture

  • Integrative structural design and engineering methods for lightweight timber structures – BUGA Wood Pavilion (lecture will be in English)
    Simon Bechert (ITKE), Cluster of Excellence IntCDC

  • Discussion


The network meeting will take place online. You can dial in under the following link:

We kindly ask you to register at digitize-wood@intcdc.uni-stuttgart.de.


About Digitize Wood
The platform digitize wood was set up to network research and practice in timber construction and is intended to promote innovations in the field of digitalization and automation along the entire planning and manufacturing process. digitize wood is based at the Cluster of Excellence IntCDC at the University of Stuttgart and funded by the Holzbau-Offensive BW.

Moritz Mahlke, Technology and Innovation Transfer
Tel: +49 711 685-81127

Julia Mederus, Communication and Cooperation
Tel: +49 711 685-81208

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