Program

Program

WEDNESDAY 20th February, 2019

1. Workshop “BIM: from 2d-3D, to augmented easily” (first part)

Places are limited  (just 25) and applications are processed in strict order of receipt.

From 18:00 to 21:00. Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Edificación (ETSIE). Avda. Reina Mercedes 4A. Classroom CAD2

(second part: the 21st in the morning, from 8 to 11))

2. Workshop “Using drones to architectural surveying”

Places are limited  (just 15) and applications are processed in strict order of receipt.

From 10 to 14  and from 15 to 18

THURSDAY 21st February, 2019

MORNING

ETSIE (aula CAD2)

8:00-11:00 Workshop “BIM: from 2d-3D, to augmented easily” (second part)

Places are limited  (just 25) and applications are processed in strict order of receipt.

PARANINFO ((University of Seville Rectorate))

8:00-10:30 Conference registration.

10:30-11:00 Welcome coffee (University of Seville Rectorate)

11:00-11:30 Opening session.

11:30-12:30 Plenary lecture: “Researching in Architecture & Building” by  Professor José María Gentil Baldrich. Universidad de Sevilla, Departamento de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica.

12:30-14:00 Cultural tour (Cathedral)

14:00-15:30 Lunch break (*) (Abades Triana restaurant)

AFTERNOON. PARANINFO ((University of Seville Rectorate))

16:00-16:30 Plenary lecture: “Gaspard Monge and the start of the technical drawing” by Professor Vito Cardone. Università degli Studi di Salerno. Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile

16:30-17:30 Communications

Oral presentations (8-10 minutes each)

  1. New methodology to obtain energy efficiency of buildings: the case of Bari (Italy). Lucía Garzone, Emilio Ramírez Juidías. RS3 Remote Sensing y Universidad de Sevilla.
  2. Intrecci di linee: la logica grafica della decorazione architettonica di matrice islamica in provincia di Salerno. Stefano Chiarenza. Università San Raffaele Roma. Barbara Messina, Stefano Chiarenza. Università degli Studi di Salerno e Università San Raffaele Roma.
  3. The drawings of the Forum. Graphic reinterpretation from Vitruvian principles to digital representations. Caterina Palestini, Carlos Alberto Cacciavillani. Università degli Studi dell’Adriatico “G. d’Annunzio” Chieti Pescara.
  4. The drawings of the master builders, architects and military engineers of the 18th Century in the city of Elche. Ricardo Irles Parreño, Gaspar Jaén i Urbán y Marco Lucchini. Universidad de Alicante y Politecnico de Milano.
  5. Conservation status analysis of Nottingham general cemetery (England) through 3D scanning and point cloud data management. Daniel Antón García, Juan José Moyano Campos, Ana Souto Galván y Juan Enrique Nieto Julián. Universidad de Sevilla y Nottingham Trent University.

17:30-18:00 Coffee break (University of Seville Rectorate)

18:00-19:30 Communications

Oral presentations (8-10 minutes each)

  1. The education of the architectural drawing with the new technologies. Mercedes Valiente López, Mª Carmen Sanz Contreras y Sandra Moyano. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
  2. From line to volumes: digital reconstruction of unbuilt projects by Carlo Mollino. Roberta Spallone. Politecnico di Torino.
  3. Geographic information systems for spatial analysis. Location of a gas tank in the province of Seville. José L. Amaro Mellado, Javier E. Robles Jiménez y Jesús Portillo García-Pintos. Universidad de Sevilla.
  4. An approach from the process of geometric modeling of objects. Fernando Mateo-Carballo. Amanda Martín-Mariscal. Miriam López-Lineros. Universidad de Sevilla.
  5. Sanitary problems in Cardenal Cisneros´S Civitas Dei Project, analyzed through its Graphical Representation. Enrique José Fernández Tapia. Universidad de Alcalá.
  6. The ad hoc training/teaching through “aula BIM” at Escuela Politécnica de Cuenca. David Valverde Cantero, Pedro Enrique Pérez González y Jesús Alfaro González. Universidad de Castilla La Mancha.
  7. Efficient design of 3D printed walls by random mass analysis based on BIM. Rodrigo García-Alvarado. Alejandro Martínez-Rocamora. Euro Casanova-Medina. Universidad del Bío-Bío, Chile

20:00 Cultural tour (Reales Alcáceres)

21:30 Free dinner (*) (tapas tour in Seville city town)

FRIDAY 22nd February, 2019

MORNING (ETSIE, Salón de Grados)

9:00-9:30. Plenary lecture: “The more geometry the better” by Professor João Pedro Xavier. Universidade do Porto, Faculdade de Arquitectura.

9:30-10:45 Communications

Oral presentations (8-10 minutes each)

  1. Photogrammetric survey of the Betis street façade in Seville. Elena Cabrera Revuelta. Universidad de Sevilla. Sofia Fantini. Maria Soini. Università di Bologna. Debora Zottoli. Università degli studi di Salerno.
  2. Graphical recovery and value enhancement of the entrance arch of the old palace of the Cucaló de Montull from vila-real (Castellón). José Teodoro Garfella Rubio. María Jesús Mañez Pitarch. Universidad de Jaume I.
  3. Objective process to verify if a construction was designed as a hyperbolic paraboloid. Albert Samper Sosa. Alberto Cortés Mendoza. Blas Herrera Gómez. Universitat Rovira i Virgili.
  4. Revit family from point cloud in heritage elements. The almohade gate. Francisco Javier Chorro Domínguez. María José Marín Miranda. Juan Pedro Cortés Pérez. Universidad de Extremadura
  5. Graphical study of decorative elements in puteals through 3d digitisation. Fernando Rico Delgado. Daniel Antón García. María Rosario Chaza Chimeno. Universidad de Sevilla.

10:30 Opening of the EDIGRAFICA 2019 exhibition.

 

10:45-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-13:00 Communications

Oral presentations (8-10 minutes each)

  1. La Puerta de Tierra de Cadiz, from its genesis to its current state. Francisco Ramón Lozano Martínez. Federico Arévalo Rodríguez. Granado Castro Gabriel. Universidad de Sevilla.
  2. Metrology of the portals of earls’ Oliva Palace. Joaquín A. Martínez Moya. Universitat Jaume I.
  3. From the cloud of points to the line. The survey of Piazza Umberto i at Lama dei Peligni (CH). Pasquale Tunzi. Università degli Studi “G. d’Annunzio” di Chieti-Pescara (Italia)
  4. Sustainable-technological design of a BIM house. Cristina Jiménez Espina. Santiago Llorens Corraliza. Universidad de Sevilla.
  5. Experiences on bim with extreme collaboration in education of civil engineering, architecture and construction in Chile. Rodrigo García-Alvarado. Eric Forcael Durán. Jesús Alberto Pulido Arcas. Universidad de Bío-Bío.Chile
  6. A digital model for the registration and documentation of the restoration of the facade of the hermitage of La Yedra of Jerez de la Frontera. José María Guerrero Vega. Roque Angulo Fornos. Universidad de Sevilla.
  7. The Villaflores´s village. A work of Ricardo Velázquez Bosco in danger. Antonio Miguel Trallero Sanz. Universidad de Alcalá

Virtual participants (without presentation)

14:00-16:00 Cultural visit (Visit to Plaza de España) and Cocktail in La Raza Restaurant

AFTERNOON (ETSIE, Salón de Grados)

16:00-16:30. Plenary lecture: “3D Modeling: metrics and image of the point” by  Professor Jaime Rodríguez Pereña. Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Departamento de Ingeniería Agroforestal.

16:30-17:30 Communications

Oral presentations (8-10 minutes each)

  1. Analysis of the orientalist design of the interior of the third ocean liner Alfonso XIII and its relationship with the main patio of the Casa de Pilatos. Juan Enrique Nieto Julián. Nazareth Sánchez Gordo. Daniel Antón García. David Bienvenido-Huertas. Universidad de Sevilla.
  2. A bim model as tool. Cecilia Bolognesi. Politecnico di Milano
  3. Design of islamic tessels of square mesh. Pablo Nestares Pleguezuelo. Raquel Nieto Álvarez. Universidad de Granada.
  4. The influence of graphic representation on the definition of the room as a space for temporary use. David López Lara. Jesús Anaya Díaz. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Francisco Domouso de Alba. Andrés Abásolo Alcázar. Universidad Europea Madrid.
  5. Castles of Albania. Drawings and surveys. Luigi Corniello. Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Dipartimento di Architettura e Disegno Industriale

17:30-18:00 Coffee break

18:00-19:30 Communications

Oral presentations (8-10 minutes each)

  1. Design for all and learning-services. Juan Saumell Lladó. Universidad de Extremadura.
  2. Compositive and proportional analysis of the occidental door of the Colegiata de Santa María de Daroca. Concepción López González. Pablo Germes Valls. Universitat Politècnica de València
  3. Anastilosis of Constantine castle tower through its graphic documentation. Fernando Vilaplana Villajos. Esperanza Carbajo Cruces. Universidad de Sevilla.
  4. From line to volume: BIM application for university facilities management. Carlo Giannattasio. Lia Maria Papa. Pierpaolo D’Agostino. Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
  5. Reconstructing the Roman Amphitheatre in Milan. Geometry, drawing and generative modeling, Giuseppe Amoruso. Politecnico di Milano
  6. Collecini water architecture: the drawing of the Great Peschiera. Enrico Mirra. Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Dipartimento di Architettura e Disegno Industriale.

21:45 Gala dinner (*) (Oriza restaurant)

SATURDAY 23rd February, 2019

MORNING (ETSIE, Salón de Grados)

9:00-10:45 Communications

Oral presentations (8-10 minutes each)

  1. From paneling to kerfing: advances in digital fabrication of complex shapes. Emmanuela Lanzara. Universidad Federico II, Napoli.  Mara Capone, Universidad Federico II, Napoli
  2. Architectural drawing, concept art and environment art as new techniques and processes to represent spaces for cinema and videogames. Alfonso Berroya Elosua. Centro Pixels. Maitane Echevarria Aguirre. Universidad del País Vasco
  3. From point clouds to cloud heritage. a framework for a participatory approach to study, knowledge and enhancement of historical centres. Stefano Brusaporci, Pamela Maiezza, Alessandra Tata y Andrea Ruggieri. Universidad de L’Aquila
  4. Cactus pavilion. geometry, biobímesis and experimental itinerant architecture. Andrés Martín Pastor. Universidad de Sevilla
  5. The Familia Este Renaissance Garden: Historical Iconography and Landscape Interpretation. Michele Russo. Universidad de Roma Sapienza.
  6. Graphic expression usage in public-spaces art projects. Ruth Pino Suárez. Universidad de la Laguna.

Virtual participants (without presentation)

10:45-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-12:00 Thematic areas meetings.

12:00-13:00 Communications

Oral presentations (8-10 minutes each)

  1. Applications SFM (structure from motion) for photogrammetry. Teresa Gil-Piqueras. Pablo Rodríguez-Navarro. Anna Pérez Vila. Universitat Politècnica de València
  2. Graphic survey in the intertidal space of the Thames river through London. Pablo Rodríguez-Navarro.Teresa Gil-Piqueras. Universitat Politècnica de València
  3. The air-raid shelter under Francesc Ribalta Institute in Castellón de la Plana. Manuel Cabeza González. Beatriz Sáez Riquelme. Alba Soler Estrela. Universidad Jaume I de Castellón
  4. The graphical expression in the recovery and authority of the architectural heritage. Virtualization of the intervention process. Francisco Jesús Ramos Sánchez. José Carlos Galán Jiménez. Universidad de Sevilla.
  5. The Massive Capture of Points and the Dimensional Control in the Construction. The Case of The Choir of The Convent of Madre de Dios of Sevilla. Miguel Ángel López-López y Mª Gloria del Río Cidoncha. Universidad de Sevilla.

Virtual participants (without presentation)

13:00-14:00  Closing session. APEGA meeting.

14:30-16:00 Closing lunch (*) ETSIE

AFTERNOON

16:00-20:00 Cultural visit (Architectural guided tour by Professor Fernando Vilaplana from Architectural Graphic Expression Department, University of Seville)