Ing. arch. Martin Bielik

Institution: Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Fakultät Architektur
Professur Informatik in der Architektur

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Tel.: (+49-3643-58) 4199
eMail: martin.bielik@uni-weimar.de

 

 

 

 

 


 

Personal Summary:
As doctoral candidate with focus on urban simulation, at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar – Germany (Prof. Dr. Dirk Donath, Chair of Planning Systems), my work is tightly connected with the global and local challenges of our time - the unprecedented urban growth and transformation. Importance of this task is underlined by the responsibility we carry on by making decisions, which shape these future environments and will influence the lives of billions. With this in mind, urban analysis and predictive modeling are the core elements of my curricular and research activities, since deliberate shaping of future is inevitably connected with the ability to anticipate it.

Research / Teaching topics:
Spatial analysis (Visibility, Walkability, Spatial configuration), Generative algorithms, Optimization, Statistics/Predictive modeling

Education:
2015-          Doctoral candidate at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Chair Planning systems
2009-2011 Master of Science at Faculty of architecture, Slovak University of technology

Mitarbeit an folgenden Forschungsprojekten:

2014 - 2017: ESUM - Analysing trade-offs between the energy and social performance of urban morphologies
2012 - 2015: FOGEB - Forschergruppe Green Efficient Buildings
2012 - 2016: Decoding Spaces Tools – Development of graph based spatial analysis tools integrated in design environment Rhino3d

Selected publications:

•    Kuliga, S., Standfest, M., Bielik, M., Schneider, S., König, R., Donath, D., Schmitt, G. (2016). From real to virtual and back –  a multi-method approach for investigating the impact of urban morphology on human spatial experiences. In Yamu, C., Poplin, A., Devisch, O., de Roo, G. (Eds.), The Virtual And The Real: Perspectives, Practices and Applications For the Built Environment. Routledge
•    Hijazi, I., König, R., Schneider, S., Li, X., Bielik, M., Schmit, G., Donath, D. (2016). Geostatistical Analysis for the Study of Relationships between the Emotional Responses of Urban Walkers to Urban Spaces. International Journal of E-Planning Research, 5(1), 1-19.
•    Bielik, M., Schneider, S., Kuliga, S., Donath, D. (2015). Investigating the effect of urban form on the environmental appraisal of streetscapes. In K. Karimi, L. Vaughan, K. Sailer, G. Palaiologou, T. Bolton. Proceedings of the 10th International Space Syntax Symposium. London UK: University College London
•    König, R., Schneider, S., Hijazi, I., Bielik, M., Schmitt, G., Donath, D. (2014). Using geostatistical analysis to detect similarities in emotional responses of urban walkers to urban space. Paper presented at Design, Computing & Cognition 2014, London UK.
•    Bielik, M., Schneider, S., Koenig, R. (2012). Parametric Urban Patterns - Exploring and integrating graph-based spatial properties in parametric urban modelling. In H. Achten, J. Pavlicek, J. Hulin, D. Matějovska.  Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Education and research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe. Paper presented at 30th eCAADe Conference: Digital physicality – Physical digitality, Prague (701-708. Vol. 1). Prague: Czech Technical University in Prague
•    Schneider, S., Bielik, M., Koenig, R. (2012). Parametric Exploration of Spatial Properties - Coupling parametric geometry modeling and graph-based spatial analysis. Paper presented at SimAUD 2012, Orlando

vor more see InfAR-Publikationsverzeichnis

Teaching:
•    2015, Computational Urban Analysis – Master course on principles of computer based spatial analysis known as Space Syntax
•    2014, Integrated Frequencies (European Urbanism Master)
Interdisciplinary Master design studio with the focus on computational spatial analysis applied on the case of Aspern city master plan (Vienna)
•    2014, Design Studio: Vertical Addis (Arch. Master)
Topic of the master design studio is concept and application for socially and economically sustainable high density housing
•    2013, Design Studio: Generating Addis (Arch. Master)
The master studio focused on collaborative design process and creation of mixed social environment in context of rapidly developing city of Addis Ababa
•    2013, Design Studio: Redesign Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) (Arch. Bc.)
International Student Project as part of ICEbauhaus network and founded by DAAD. Project is based on cooperation between Bauhaus-Uni Weimar and Ethiopian institute of architecture. Multidisciplinary Solutions for urgent Issues in crisis region of Ethiopia are the main topic of the studio
•    Parametric design – Course on basic principles and methods of parametric design and digital prototyping. Learned design environment: Grasshopper 3D
•    Generative design methods – Introduction to computational design. Theory background on different approaches and practical scripting and programming skills development
•    Decoding spaces – Course on graph based spatial analysis methods know as Space Syntax an it applications to reasonable and sustainable architecture and urban design