Fabrizio Banfi

Research fellow

Toronto, Canada
Joined May 2017

Born and raised in Milano, Italy, Master Degree in Architecture, Politecnico di Milano. Research fellow at ABC Department/GIcarus Lab since 2013 as an expert in Building Information Model (BIM), Reverse Engineering applied in Building, Cultural Heritage, Restoration and Infrastructure. In these years, he had the opportunity to generate various H-BIMs and VR projects for ABC Department such as Basilica of Collemaggio in Aquila, Masegra Castle in Sondrio and Azzone Visconti bridge in Lecco. In 2015, he had the opportunity to implement his research thanks to the PhD Scholarships in 'Inclusive Building Information Modelling for Design and Asset Management'. In 2016, he won a PhD internship at the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) Lab at Carleton University, Ottawa Ontario (Canada). This internship is a component of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) funded New Paradigm / New Tools for Architectural Heritage in Canada training program, of which the Politecnico di Milano is a partner. During the period he has been exposed to different projects of the research centre, including the implementation of the largest BIM in the world: the parametric models of the west and centre blocks, Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Canada. In the same year, he worked in Autodesk Research Toronto on his project 'Advanced Generative Techniques applied to Building Information Modelling'.


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