Fields of Activity

Experiments and off-project ideas at Arup

Welcome to Fields of Activity a group blog from members of Arup Australasia's Digital Innovation team to share the activities, research and events we participate in behind the scenes of the well known projects Arup undertakes.

The views expressed on fieldsofactivity.com are of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Arup.

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CAVE2 1 featured

CAVE2

Systems & Tools 31 January 2014 | 3.51am

One of the great things about working at Arup is having the opportunity to work with emerging technologies and... Read more

Jon Morgan

Jon Morgan

Melbourne, Australia

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Microclimate Design featured

Microclimate Design

Buildings 29 May 2013 | 4.27am

One of the more lively areas of development in Arup’s Melbourne office is in the area of microclimate analysis... Read more

Jon Morgan

Jon Morgan

Melbourne, Australia

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Scientific Visualisation 1 featured

Scientific Visualisation

Systems & Tools 19 February 2013 | 4.47am

Becoming fluent in scientific visualisation requires a significant time investment; its something we’d love to... Read more

Jon Morgan

Jon Morgan

Melbourne, Australia

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Building Energy Simulation 1 featured
Building Energy Simulation 1 featured

Building Energy Simulation – Strate...

Buildings 12 February 2013 | 10.00am

We’ve reached a point where building energy simulation is relatively straightforward; sometimes we get challen... Read more

Jon Morgan

Jon Morgan

Melbourne, Australia

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Playing the field featured
Playing the field featured

Playing the field

Buildings 12 June 2009 | 10.00am

The May/June edition of Architectural Design presents an unusual take on generative architecture based on fiel... Read more

Jon Morgan

Jon Morgan

Melbourne, Australia

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Building Physics at Arup featured
Building Physics at Arup featured

Building Physics at Arup

Buildings 09 June 2009 | 10.00am

Although not typically recognised as a discrete engineering discipline; building physics is identified within ... Read more

Jon Morgan

Jon Morgan

Melbourne, Australia