The BIM-ICE Summer school has kicked off for 2021. The summer school last year was a success and students are eager to take on new BIM development tasks. The Summer School supports the objectives of the BIM-ICE project by testing new technologies, software or working practices as a part of real building projects. Elisa Ruotsalainen
Integration in Higher and Continuing Education
BIM-ICE Project standing for “BIM Integration in Higher and Continuing Education” seeks to accelerate BIM implementation in the field of construction and building design in Finland and Russia. Addressing such topical issues as lack of common terminology in the field and development phase of standardization, lack of technical know-how and lack of competence in process development, the Project is aimed at improving productivity and quality within the construction industry by developing new training models and increasing the level of education among different target groups.
Students, experts and teachers, professionals, Finnish and Russian construction companies and decision makers.
In the long-term perspective the BIM ICE Project will further sustainable methodological support of embedding BIM in higher, professional and continuing education process by means of:
developing pedagogical approaches to BIM education
creating digital open access platform of collected and produced materials for professionals and decision makers on different levels
continuity in education and development via educating HEI staff in BIM philosophy and technicalities
The second network meeting on May 18, 2021 was organized online with a simultaneous interpretation. The BIM-ICE team met with representatives from 11 companies and students from both universities. Among the issues on the agenda were introductions of our new partner companies MINEX and MM-Technologies (Russia), and Nodetec and Rakennusliike U. Lipsanen (Finland), collaboration possibilities
SPbGASU welcomed the participants of the advanced professional training program “Specialist in the information modeling field in construction” held from April 22 till May 28, 2021. The program was prepared and implemented in the scope of the WP3 under BIM-ICE Project. The course workload is 72 academic hours. The training program is based on the
BIM-ICE Project on October 29, 2020 and the round table discussion “Possibilities of Education in Promoting BIM Implementation in Companies” on December 2, 2020 were held online in Zoom and MS Teams. In the scope of the opening seminar, which gathered more than 90 participants from Finland and Russia, the current state of the Project
The 4th International Scientific and Practical Conference “BIM in Construction and Architecture” (BIMAC 2021; http://bim.conf.spbgasu.ru/en/) was held at SPbGASU on April 21-23 online. This year, the BIMAC 2021 conference was organized in the scope of the international BIM-ICE project. Alexey Semenov, deputy BIM-ICE project manager, noted the broadening the scope of the BIMAC 2021 Procedings:
The internal BIM-Championship hosted by SPbGASU was held on April 20-27, 2021. The awarding ceremony took place on April 27 in the Scientific Council Hall of the university. 54 students, split into six teams, were taking part in the Championship. All week long they competed in designing a consumer services centre including tailor shops, repair
At the time being, we are in the situation that the development in the field of BIM should consider wider educational programmes for both higher and continuing education, process development, standardization development, application development and applicability development.
BIM-ICE CBC Project provides an opportunity to develop educational processes required for the ongoing change in the industry and to create an innovative network, governed by the leading BIM-universities cross-border, to benefit whole project area.
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