The basic and advanced courses of the IIB teach students the contents of construction informatics as well as the transformation and digitization processes in construction and environmental engineering. The focus is on Building Information Modeling (BIM), computer-aided planning and engineering, software development as well as data processing and analysis. The courses are aimed at students from the fields of civil engineering, environmental engineering, engineering management (specializing in civil engineering), computational engineering and computer science (subject construction informatics).
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all lectures, exercises and other attendance courses will be held online until further notice (as of September 2021). Any different regulations will be announced in the respective modules.
The TU Darmstadt provides an overview of current regulations and the latest developments on the information page on the coronavirus.
|Geometric Modelling and Visualisation I (GMV I)||Rüppel||Mosler||3||Mo 13:30 – 15:10||See announcement|
|Basics of Engineering Informatics (GDI)||Rüppel||Disser||6||Fr 13:30 – 15:10||See announcement|
|Engineering Informatics I (INF I)||Rüppel||Shi||6||We 11:40 – 13:20||See announcement|
|High Performance Engineering Simulations (HSI)||Lämmer||Scheich||6||Mo 13:30 – 15:10||See announcement|
|Knowledge-based BIM/CAD (BIM/CAD)||Rüppel||Brötzmann||6||Mo 16:15 – 17:55||See announcement|
|Interdisciplinary project in civil and environmental engineering (IPBU)||Depending on project||6||see course details||See announcement|
At the Institute for Numerical Methods and Informatics in Civil Engineering (IIB) we offer numerous opportunities for student research projects and theses (Bachelor/Master). This includes all topics from our teaching and research. You are also welcome to submit your own suggestions.
Information for students in the “Business Administration / Industrial Engineering – Specialising in Civil Engineering” degree program regarding the subject profile „Digitales Bau‐ und Umweltinformationsmanagement“ (DBUM, engl. Digital Construction, Civil and Environmental Information Management).