Designing for Outdoor Comfort in Extreme Environments and Challenging Terrain with LINK Arkitektur

Designing for Outdoor Comfort in Extreme Environments and Challenging Terrain with LINK Arkitektur

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Microclimate design in cold and windy environments with challenging terrain can be difficult to simulate early in the design process. LINK Arkitektur are experts in such projects in the Scandinavian climate and share insights from recent studies. In particular, they show attendees how importing complex terrain CAD files can be simplified using the correct tools and look at outdoor thermal comfort in areas with high cold stress.

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Mathias Sønderskov Schaltz

Lead Computational Designer

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Mathias is an Architectural Engineer, MSc.Eng.Arch, with a focus on daylight, computational design, facade design, sustainability and workflow/plugin development. At LINK Arkitektur, he is implementing building simulation processes, digital workflows, and lecturing internally and externally in Grasshopper and wind comfort (CFD, OpenFOAM) and daylight simulations.

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Joel Lopez

Computational Design Architect

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Joel is an architect and urban designer. His work experience includes acting as Computational Design Student Worker in Copenhagen, Denmark, as well as a Project Architect at Planhouse in Ecuador. Joel holds a Master in Architecture, specialization in Sustainable Urban Design at Lund University, Sweden. He studied as a fully-funded Global Professional Scholar from the Swedish Institute (SI).

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Dr. Naghman Khan

Product Marketing

Dr. Naghman Khan has a PhD in building simulation and is a founding member of the CIBSE Building Simulation Group and co-author of CIBSE AM11: Building Performance Modeling. He works with SimScale and technology providers to rapidly accelerate digital transformation for a sustainable built environment and is a published researcher on energy efficiency, microclimate simulation, and sustainable buildings.

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