Basic course in FEM-Design API for Grasshopper
Do you want to learn how to simplify and improve your work in a smart way? Learn to use Grasshopper and the FEM-Design API by taking a course with us. The course will include both demos and exercises.
Our experience says that the best way to learn to program is to test hands-on. We will have a limited number of participants and the opportunity to help you no matter what level you are at.
– The basics and useful tips and tricks in Grasshopper
– The basics of the FEM-Design API in Grasshopper
– Learn practical examples that you can use in your daily work
– Learn the mindset to be able to get started with automating your own work processes
Basic knowledge of FEM-Design. No programming or Grasshopper knowledge required, but curiosity and patience are useful ??
To get the most out of the course, feel free to watch the recording of this webinar in preparation here
Date: 19 / 5–2022 kl. 09: 00-16: 00
Location: On site in Gothenburg, Sweden. Premises to be announced later. This is not online!
Material: Bring your own computer with Rhino 6 or Rhino 7 and FEM-Design 21 installed (if this is not possible for you, get in touch with us and we can arrange a computer to borrow)
Price: SEK 5,900 / person excluding VAT
The course fee includes course documentation (in English), lunch, and coffee. We reserve the right to make changes to the course structure and the date for the course. Cancelations can be submitted free of charge up to 15 days before the start of the course, after which half the fee needs to be paid. If a cancellation is submitted later than one (1) week, the full fee for the booked course will be charged.
Payment terms are 30 days net after the completed course. Please provide any reference number that must be on the invoice!
The registration confirmation e-mail is handled manually and will be sent to you as soon as possible.
About the trainer:
Johanna Riad, Automated Workflow Specialist
I work with building customized workflows for our customers with the help of programming. That means anything, from simple Excel scripts to more advanced processes where several different software are connected.