VOTE for AU2021 Class Proposals (deadline May 12th)

Hey All,
AU2021 is all digital and free for all this year so be sure go vote for class proposals you want to see at AU this year. Below are some proposals that have caught my eye along with my own submission. Comment below if you come across any more or submit your own which may interest our Dynamo for Civil 3D community.

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There is a new proposal to add to the list :slight_smile: :

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Nice!

Another new proposal:

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here is mine:
https://www.autodesk.com/autodesk-university/conference/proposal/Optimize-road-design-Dynamo-Civil-3D-and-Generative-Design

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That sounds awesome Paolo!

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Hope we’ll get to see just how evil Ganon really is:
https://www.autodesk.com/autodesk-university/conference/proposal/8-Bit-BIM-Carbon-Footprint-Legend-Zelda

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“embodied carbon content of each dungeon” :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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I can neither confirm nor deny that there is debate around the island dungeon having a penalty for it’s bridge or not. Opinions welcome, but will be discarded if incorrectly stating the bridge doesn’t count.

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Omg this is great! Haha

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My proposal about post-tensioning structure:
https://www.autodesk.com/autodesk-university/conference/proposal/Learning-Post-tensioning-structure-Revit-and-visual-programming

I will demonstrate in both Dynamo and Grasshopper (Dynamo will be the major). I saw here is calling votes for Civil3D, but my examples will have bridge and a nuclear station projects.

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Here’s another:
Underground Utility GIS Features to Civil 3D Pipe Networks with Dynamo by Jae Kwon (@jae.kwon perhaps?) featuring creating pipe networks from imported GIS data using Dynamo.

And another:
Dynamo for Civil 3D: Automated Checks of open-format Road Design made easy by Elisa Ambrassa (@elisa.ambrassa perhaps?) demonstrating importing xml files and using Dynamo to perform design checks and report generation.

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One from a talented group I have worked with at Populous: 2 Weeks to 4 Hours: How Populous Built Efficiency with Generative Design | Autodesk University