GNI Symposium & Expo on Artificial Intelligence for the Built World 2024

from basic research to industrial applications and back

The Symposium is organized by TUM Georg Nemetschek Institute Artificial Intelligence for the Built World (TUM GNI) and TUM Venture Labs Built Environment in Munich, Germany from 10th – 12th September 2024

A unique conference is planned for September 10-12, 2024 in one of the best IT hubs in Europe, Munich. This conference is where academic researchers will meet on an equal platform with representatives from small and large companies, including start-ups, to discuss opportunities and risks in a field that is growing exponentially, AI for the built world. There is much to discuss! What algorithms and representations work at full scale? What do the stakeholders in the built world want? What do they not yet know they will want? How does a software tool provide support when there is much uncertainty? Should software provide choices rather than answers? What is destined to fail? There are many more questions and many more potential solutions. Come to Munich and join the discussion.

The 1st TUM GNI General Assembly took place (in-person) at TUM IAS Building, in Garching on November 30, 2022

Over 50 participants heard 19 presentations from nine research projects.

The Assembly provided a great opportunity for lively discussions as well as a chance to discover previously untapped synergies between the researchers and their projects.

We were especially happy to welcome Professor Georg Nemetschek and representatives of the Nemetschek Innovation Foundation. We were particularly delighted to introduce them to our researchers who then presented the progress of their work.

You will find the complete program of the event here.

The pictures give an insight of how the day unfolded.

TUM GNI Symposium - Presentations Available Online

The TUM GNI International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence in the Built World in April 2021 to Kick-Off the newly founded TUM Georg Nemetschek Institute Artificial Intelligence for the Built World was a great success. Over 200 people joined us live from around the world. The symposium was being held as a virtual event across three consecutive evenings, April 20 – April 22, 2021. We had some very interesting presentations from both national and international leading researchers in the field AI for the built world. These presentations are available for you to watch online on the event's website.