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Murat AYDIN, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.

Ankara University

Assistant Professor


Murat Aydin was born on 14.11.1986 in Bornova, Izmir. He graduated from Yildirim Beyazit Primary School (1992-2000), from Bornova Cimentas Anatolian High School (2000-2004), from Dokuz Eylul University Faculty of Architecture Department of Architecture (2004-2008, Top Scoring Student in the Faculty and Department) and from Istanbul Technical University Project and Construction Management Master Program (2012-2014). He completed his Construction Sciences Doctorate Program in Istanbul Technical University by receiving the most successful doctoral thesis award of 2021 (2014-2021). He worked as an architect at MATU Architecture Firm (2008-2009, Izmir), at Military Engineering Office of the 95th Armored Brigade Command (2009-2010, Architect, Lieutenant, Tekirdag) and at APAVE firm (2011-2014, Istanbul-Izmir). He worked as a research assistant in the undergraduate courses of Construction Project, Construction Management and Economy, Building Production Systems and Building Element Design at the Faculty of Architecture of Istanbul Technical University (2012-2021). He continues his academic studies in the field of Project and Construction Management as an academician at Ankara University (2021-……).

 What to expect during the event

Building regulations are legal documents written in human language that are interpreted and enforced by people and are often controlled by local governments in the construction industry. Due to factors such as the uncertainty of the expressions in the building regulation clauses, the flexibility of application of the building regulation clauses, and the lack of definitions in the regulation clauses, these documents lack a definite and unambiguous language. In order to avoid this complexity, computerized building regulation representation studies are carried out by experts in the construction industry. With the efforts of professionals, building regulations are transformed into many different official languages and integrated into existing systems. All kinds of information and data are selected and applied at various levels of accuracy by reasoning. Many works have been carried out for the domain knowledge representations of the building regulations for many years. The languages and methods in the domain knowledge representations of the building regulations were investigated in this study.

Domain Knowledge Representations, Building Regulations, Languages and Methods, Grouping, Construction Industry.

How can we represent building regulations with domain knowledge representations?

  • 13 Feb 2024, 09:00 – 18:00 GMT+4
    MENA Virtual Event
    An online celebration of excellence and digital innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. Meet and share knowledge with the BIM Heroes of the AEC Industry.
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