GIANCARLO DI MARCO
Computational Designer
Professor

Specialist, academic and researcher in 3D Design, Parametric Design and Digital Fabrication, teaching Design and Fabrication in undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Speaker in various international congresses:

  • Design Principles & Practices 2020
  • Architecture Across Boundaries 2019
  • Talent Land 2019
  • XII Congreso Internacional UAM 2018
  • IASS 2018
  • Design Principles & Practices 2018
  • World Design Summit 2017
  • Immagini? 2017
  • Campus Party 2016
  • Semana Nacional del Emprendedor 2016

Invited lecturer (Universities):

  • Parametric Design and Digital Fabrication​, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Parametric Design – Simulation and prorotyping of complex shapes​, UDLAP, Puebla, Mexico
  • Parametricism? – Evolutions of parametric design, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Simplified Complexity – Advanced 3D Design​, UAM, Mexico City, Mexico

International workshops and ​summer schools​:

  • Autodesk Revit Architecture, basic course​ – XJTLU, Suzhou, China
  • Autodesk Revit Architecture, advanced course, Energy Analysis​ – XJTLU, Suzhou, China
  • Advanced Parametric Design, Physic Simulation and Digital Fabrication​ – ControlMad, Madrid, España

Author of the book ​Simplified Complexity – Method for advanced NURBS modeling with Rhinoceros​, available worldwide in English, Spanish and Italian.

CAD and BIM consultant (Architecture, Design, Engineering).

Process and product innovation consultant (Architecture, Industrial Design, Product Design).

Certified McNeel ART and Autodesk Revit Architecture trainer.

Giancarlo Di Marco is open to new challenging collaborations worldwide.

Ongoing collaborations:

  • Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China – BIM training
  • Controlmad, Madrid, Spain – Training, Parametric Design for Fabrication
  • Centro, Mexico City, Mexico – Professor of Parametric Design and Digital Fabrication in undergraduate and postgraduate programs

Old collaborations:

  • Confindustria, Italy – Sr. Advisor for Product and Process Innovation
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