Robotic Fabrication for Non-Standard Architecture                                                                                                                                     

The University of Sydney, str.ucture GmbH

Research (2014 - present) explores efficient application of automated technology and material design for production of non-standard   architectural elements in UHPC and functionally graded concrete. In this pursuit of investigating new materials for the 21st century, existing tectonics, building processes, energy and resources consumption, material waste and quality are questioned. The significance of this research is in redefining the 21st century construction process, with relevant consideration between existing skills and tools, innovative materials and technologies and the environmentally sustainable outcome. 

Research supervision: Professor Michael Tawa (The University of Sydney), Dr Michael Herrmann (str.ucture GmbH)

Note: This thesis is protected by copyright as a literary work and owned by Melika Aljukic. All rights reserved.

PhD © Melika Aljukic, June 2014 - present.

Functionally Graded Concrete by Automation, ILEK, University of Stuttgart

Functionally Graded Concrete by Automation, ILEK, University of Stuttgart

Functionally Graded Concrete Robot, ILEK, University of Stuttgart

Functionally Graded Concrete Robot, ILEK, University of Stuttgart

Steel Fibre Reinforced Ultra High Performance Concrete Lattice by Melika Aljukic 

Steel Fibre Reinforced Ultra High Performance Concrete Lattice by Melika Aljukic