RTC Europe the top 10 speakers! Will you be one for next year? Abstracts opening soon!!

Phweph, it is December already! Where has this year gone? Here at RTC we wrapped up our last event for the year just over a month ago and we are still reminiscing over our time spent in Budapest. With abstracts opening on the 11th of December, it was only fitting that we do a highlight of our top 10 sessions and speakers from this year’s RTC Europe! This was no easy feat, given the 50+ speakers we had. The countdown begins.

Starting at number 10 we have Robert Yori, Senior Digital Design Manager from the New York office of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. He flew all the way from The Big Apple, and the topic of his discussion was “Is ‘Quick and Dirty’ Really so Bad?”
At number 9 we have Kelli Lubeley, a Virtual Design Coordinator for Dewberry. She powered up our projects and gave tips for electrical engineers.
Continuing on, number 8 is Ralph Schoch, Revit Software and Internal Support Manager at Victaulic delivered a forum on “The Future of MEP Families”.

Peter Kompolschek, an Architect from Austria, who runs his own architectural practice in Villach is number 7 with LAB: “Revit and QTO with Dynamo”. Given that he also teaches at the University of Applied Sciences, he took over a few lab sessions at RTC Europe.
Number 6 is Andreas Dieckmann. He has been working with CAD & BIM applications since the mid-ninetiesand has been using Revit since 2007. His forum focussed on “Automating Automation: Batch-Processing Revit Models with Dynamo and the Revit Test Framework”.

Getting warmer now, we have Margarida Barbosa at number 5, who along with Arne Folkestad Bjelland delivered a session on “Using Photogrammetric Surveys at Architectural Offices”. The speaker, Margarida, now works at The Beck Group and is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon, in Portugal. Whilst her co-speaker, Arne, is an architect working at Grape Architects in Oslo. In other news, to refresh your memory, we are heading to Portugal next year for #RTCEUR 2016.
Number 4 is a lad from Southampton, UK, Mike Turpin, who is the Head of BIM at Capita. He engrossed the attendees in a discussion on “Learning C# Revit API and its use in Company BIM Management”.

*Insert dramatic pause*

Our top rated 3 speakers now!

At number 3 we have Harry Mattison, the founder of Boost Your BIM. In case you’re wondering, his discussion was on “Get the Data Out: Calculating & Computing What Revit Won’t Give You”.
At number 2 we have Joe Banks, who has been working in the architectural industry since 2002. His discussion was on “Using Fuzor to Present your Model in Real Time”. Joe was also the winner of our inaugural PechaKucha competition, so double kudos to Joe!

And for number 1, drum roll please, we have Håvard Vasshaug and his co-speaker Thomas Benedict Holth’s session on, “Building Design, Design with Revit, Rhino, Dynamo & Grasshopper”. Håvard is a Design Technologist at Snøhetta from Norway! His co-speaker, Thomas Benedict Holth is an architect who works for Dark Architecture.

Now that we have the top 10 speakers from our European event this year, it is also time to announce that abstract submissions for RTC Europe 2016 in Portugal open on the 11th of December at 9am GMT. So what are you waiting for? Our official email, of course. Keep your eyes peeled, it could be arriving in your inbox any time now!

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