Diagnosis project result have been presented on November 15th 2019 in Warsaw (Poland) and discussed with professors and tutors from polish Civil Engineering Faculties: Poznań, Lublin, Cracow, Warsaw, Bydgoszcz, Wrocław, Płock, Łódź, Gdańsk. About 30 participants attended the event.
October 22nd and 23rd 2019 – Two project presentations and discussions with Polish students at WUT: the first one, in Technology and organisation lecture, has been addressed to 15 participants, while the second one in Computer Method in Construction lecture has been addressed to 25 participants.
Effect: Project dissemination, presentation of results.
We did it! The DIAGNOSIS project final conference took place in London (UK) on 18th October 2019. It was open to everyone interested and addressed in particular to teachers, trainers, students, entrepreneurs and professionals operating in building and construction sector.
The course, addressed to 20 students of Higher Technical Institute “ITS-TEC Territorio Energia Costruire” of Ferrara (Italy) is now got mor than halfway. In 10 meetings, from 10th September to 15th October 2019, trainees are learning about several different topics, from 3D modelling in BIM environment to social and transversal skills for diagnosis experts, with the aim of explore the new role and acquire the related specific skills their profession will require in the near future.
The project final conference will take place in London (UK) on 18th October 2019. Partners will illustrate to the participants the context and the general principles underpinning the project activities, and a focus will be made on the project achievements.
The course is addressed to a group of ITS (Istruzione Tecnica Superiore) students, concerning the Curriculum and Methodology development by the Diagnosis Project.
In Kazań the project has been presented and discussed with Russian and international tutors and construction experts at Expo Center, PPT loop with presentation of the project for all Construction Fairs and Worldskills 2019 competition visitors. Target group: 1000 participants.
Online the training agenda and all the presentations used during the intensive course organized in Barcelona UPC from 17 to 29 June 2019.
The course, addressed to WUT students, was focused on the Curriculum and Methodology development in the framework of the Diagnosis Project. It took place in Warsaw at Politechnika Warszawska from 27th February to 12th June 2019.
On 14th May 2019 Paweł Nowak and Jacek Zawistowski
from Warsaw University of Technology meet the monitor Stefania Marzocchi in Warsaw for an updating about the project activities.