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David Stieler

Research Associate

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Stuttgart
Deutschland
Room: 10.23

Publications:
  1. Forman, P., Stieler, D., Mark, P., & Menges, A. (2022). Adaptive Modulbauwesien mit Methoden der Fließfertigung. In V. T. Nguyen, M. Krüger, B. Freytag, & T. M. Laggner (Eds.), 5. Grazer Betonkolloquium (pp. 79–86). Verlag der TU Graz.
  2. Nguyen, L., Schwinn, T., Groenewolt, A., Maierhofer, M., Zorn, M. B., Stieler, D., Siriwardena, L., Kannenberg, F., & Menges, A. (2022). ABxM.Core: The Core Libraries of the ABxM Framework. DaRUS. https://doi.org/10.18419/darus-2994
  3. Stieler, D., Schwinn, T., & Menges, A. (2022). Volumetric intersections: Modularization approaches for freeform prefab concrete construction. Civil Engineering Design, 4(1–3), 3--13. https://doi.org/10.1002/cend.202100047
  4. Stieler, D., Schwinn, T., & Menges, A. (2022). Automatisierte Bauteilzerlegung für Betonfertigteile aus additiv hergestellten Schalungen. Beton- Und Stahlbetonbau, 117(5), 324–332. https://doi.org/10.1002/best.202200006
  5. Stieler, D., Schwinn, T., & Menges, A. (2022). Additive formwork in precast construction - Agent-based Methods for Fabrication-aware Modularization of Concrete Building Elements. Post Carbon - Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, CAADRIA 2022. https://caadria2022.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/435-1.pdf

David Stieler is a Research Associate at the Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) at the University of Stuttgart. His research, which is affiliated to the nation-wide SPP 2187 "Adaptive Modular Construction with Flow Production Methods", is focused on the application of agent-based modelling techniques on material and production systems for pre-fab concrete construction. Through the introduction of learning techniques to multi-agent systems, this research seeks to liquefy the segmented character of current design procedures in the field of prefabricated concrete construction.

David holds a Dipl.-Ing. degree in architecture from the University of Innsbruck, Austria. For his thesis focused on the intersection of robotic embodiment and material agency, he was awarded the Dean's Prize of the Faculty of Architecture. Before joining ICD, David worked as a researcher on the development of market-ready 3d printing solutions for the concrete industry and as a teaching assistant at the University Innsbruck. He gained working experience in several offices across Germany, France & the Netherlands.

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