Session Overview
 
Date: Wednesday, 17/Sep/2014
11:00am
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12:30pm
W-2.3: Human requirements & factors
Location: EI-10
Chair: Ardeshir Mahdavi, Vienna University of Technology
 

Reducing energy consumption in public buildings through user awareness

Marcel Macarulla, Núria Forcada, Miquel Casals, Marta Gangolells

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain


Can the human body help us deliver adaptable and resilient buildings?

Shaun Howell

Cardiff University, United Kingdom


Interactive design system for provisioning of customized houses

Krystian Kwiecinski, Jan Słyk

Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology, ul. Koszykowa 55, 00-659 Warsaw, Poland


Building stock’s vulnerability to summer overheating and strategies for improving its resilience trough codes, standards and practices

Marta Gangolells, Miquel Casals, Núria Forcada, Marcel Macarulla

Technical University of Catalonia, Spain


A state-space modeling approach for predictive control of buildings with mixed-mode cooling

Jianjun Hu, Panagiota Karava, Penna Paoloa

Purdue University, United States of America

2:00pm
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3:30pm
W-3.3: Commissioning, monitoring & occupancy
Location: EI-10
Chair: Matthias Schuß, Vienna University of Technology
 

Generation and evaluation of embedded probabilistic occupancy models for predictive building systems control

Farhang Tahmasebi, Ardeshir Mahdavi

TU Wien, Austria


Utilizing IFC for indoor positioning

Sergej Muhič

TU Graz, Austria


Advanced occupant & energy simulation for building systems control

Donal Browne, Siyu Deng, Karsten Menzel, Sirr Sean

University College Cork, Ireland, Ireland


Gap analysis of current best practices in the area of continual commissioning

Andriy Hryshchenko, Karsten Menzel

University College Cork, College Road, Cork, Ireland


A methodology for data logging and retrieval from remote sites

Stephan Hoerster, Frank Katzemich, Karsten Menzel

University College Cork, College Road, Cork, Ireland

4:00pm
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5:30pm
W-4.3: Big data in smart building operation
Location: EI-10
Chair: Karsten Menzel
 

Performance indicators to evaluate buildings’ systems’ performance

Karsten Menzel, Donal Browne, Siyu Deng, Stephan Hoerster

University College Cork, Ireland, Ireland


New business models for holistic building management

Karsten Menzel, Sean Sirr

University College Cork, College Road, Cork, Ireland


Why and how to assess the quality of building performance data

Karsten Menzel, Andriy Hryshchenko, Kai Mo, Sean Sirr

University College Cork, College Road, Cork, Ireland


An ICT platform for building analytics

Kuriakos Katsigarakis1, Giorgos Kontes1, Jiri Rojicek2, Cesar Valmaseda3, Jose Hernandez3, Dimitrios Rovas4

1: Technical University of Crete, Greece; 2: Honeywell Labs, Prague, Czech Republic; 3: Fundación CARTIF, Valladolid, Spain; 4: Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics, Germany


Energy simulation for predictive building control

Juan Rodriguez Santiago1, Holger Dittmer1, Kirsten Hoettges1, Miguel Á. García2, Luis Ángel Bujedo2

1: Fraunhofer-Institut für Bauphysik IBP, Kassel, Germany; 2: Cartif Centro Technológico, Boecillo, Spain


 
Date: Thursday, 18/Sep/2014
11:00am
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12:30pm
T-2.3: Collaboration & management
Location: EI-10
Chair: Robert Zach, Vienna University of Technology
 

Breaking down the barriers to ICT usage in the european construction sector

Roya Mierop1, Sander Oudmaijer1, Trudy Tol1, Kris Spitsbaard1, Michael Madas2, Konstantinos Zografos3

1: Capgemini Consulting, Utrecht, The Netherlands; 2: Athens University of Economics and Business. Athens, Greece; 3: University of Lancaster, Lancaster, UK


An overview of information logistics for FM&O business processes

Pouriya Parsanezhad

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden


Conceptual model for an ICT-enabled educational platform for collaborative design

Burcu Senyapili1, Chimay Anumba2

1: Bilkent University, Turkey; 2: Penn State University, US


Framework and method for managing large-scale R&D projects

Hélène Aude Tan, Peter Noisten, Gunnar Grün, Thomas Kirmayr, Sebastian Stratbücker

Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP, Germany


A global framework for modelling supply chains in AEC

Eleni Papadonikolaki, Alexander Koutamanis, Johannes Wilhelmus Franciscus {J. W. F.} Wamelink

Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

2:00pm
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3:30pm
T-3.3: eeBDM Workshop
Location: EI-10
Chair: Raimar Scherer, TU Dresden
Chair: Svetoslav Mihaylov, European Commission
 

Using ifc for energy-extended building data modelling – Challenges, achievements, first experiences and evaluation

Peter Katranuschkov1, Ken Baumgärtel1, Raimar J. Scherer1, Wilfred van Woudenberg2, Marie-Christine Geissler3

1: Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany, Germany; 2: BAM Utiliteitsbouw, Bunnik, The Netherlands; 3: BAM Deutschland, Stuttgart, Germany


Application of multi-step simulation and multi-eKPI sensitivity analysis in building energy design optimization

Tuomas Laine1, F. Forns-Samso1, Peter Katranuschkov2, R. Hoch2, Peggy Freudenberg2

1: Granlund Oy, Helsinki, Finland; 2: CIB and IBK, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany


Architectural simulation of the integration of building information modelling (BIM) & business process modelling (BPM)

María Eguaras Martínez1, César Martín-Gómez1, Marina Vidaurre-Arbizu1, Thomas Brennan2, Stelios Krinidis3, Dimosthenis Ioannidis3, Dimitrios Tzovaras3

1: Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain; 2: BOC Information Technologies Consulting Ltd. Dublín, Ireland; 3: Center for Research and Technology Hellas, Thessaloniki, Greece


Integrating heterogeneous building and periphery data models at the district level: The NIM approach

Timo Greifenberg1, Markus Look1, Bernhard Rumpe1, Keith A. Ellis2

1: RWTH Aachen University; 2: Intel Labs Europe, Intel Ireland Ltd.


Using a multi-model for a BIM-based design and operation of building energy management systems

Pit Stenzel1, Jürgen Haufe1, Noemi Jimenez-Redondo2

1: FRAUNHOFER (INSTITUTE FOR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS IIS, DESIGN AUTOMATION DIVISION EAS), Germany; 2: CEMOSA, Spain

4:00pm
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5:30pm
T-4.3: eeBDM Workshop
Location: EI-10
Chair: Robert Amor, University of Auckland
Chair: Raimar Scherer, TU Dresden
 

Building an ontology catalogue for smart cities

María Poveda-Villalón, Raúl García-Casto, Asunción Gómez-Pérez

Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain


Integrating multiple data sources, domains and tools in urban energy models using semantic technologies

Álvaro Sicilia, Leandro Madrazo, Joan Pleguezuelos

ARC Enginyeria i Arquitectura La Salle, Spain


BIM as relational database for construction management

Anna Osello, David Erba, Fabio Manzone, Marco De Mori

Politecnico di Torino, Italy


BIM and GIS for district modeling

Anna Osello, Matteo Del Giudice, Edoardo Patti

Politecnico di Torino, Italy


The VERYschool navigator - Intelligent ISO 50001 energy management decision making in school buildings

Alfio Galata1, Mike Brogan2, GianFranco Pedone3, Ya Roderick4, Antonio De Ferrari5

1: AGENZIA PER L'ENERGIA E LO SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE, Modena (Italy); 2: Enerit Limited, Galway (Ireland); 3: Institute for Computer Science and Control (SZTAKI), Budapest (Hungary); 4: INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LIMITED (IES), GLASGOW (UK); 5: D'APPOLONIA SPA, Genova (Italy)


 
Date: Friday, 19/Sep/2014
9:00am
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10:30am
F-1.3: eeBDM Workshop
Location: EI-10
Chair: Thomas Liebich
Chair: Raimar Scherer, TU Dresden
 

Collaborative environment for energy-efficient buildings at an early design stage

Bassanino May

University of Salford, Salford, UK


A new methodology for designing energy efficient buildings in neighbourhoods

Tarja Mäkeläinen1, Krzysztof Klobut1, Terrence Fernando2, Matti Hannus1, Mari Sepponen1, Jonathan Masior3, Farid Fouchal4, Tarek Hassan4, Steven Firth4, May Bassanino2

1: VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland; 2: University of Salford, UK; 3: Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering, Germany; 4: Loughborough University, UK


Towards a KPI-controlled holistic design method for eeBuildings

Raimar J. Scherer1, Romy Guruz1, Gloria Calleja-Rodriguez2, Marie-Christine Geißler3

1: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; 2: Centro de Estudios de Materiales y Control de Obra S.A., Malaga, Spain; 3: BAM DEUTSCHLAND AG, Stuttgart, Germany


Processes and requirements for an eeembedded virtual design laboratory

Marie-Christine Geißler1, Wilfred van Woudenberg2, Romy Guruz3

1: BAM Deutschland AG, Stuttgart, Germany; 2: BAM UTILITEITSBOUW BV, Bunnik, Netherlands; 3: TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany


The HOLISTEEC platform for building design optimization: An overview

Sylvain Robert1, Davide Mazza1, Asier Mediavilla2, Catherine Guigou3, Jacques Martin3, Hervé Pruvost4, Raimar J. Scherer4, Carolina Ferrando5, Elisabetta Delponte5

1: CEA, France; 2: TECNALIA, Spain; 3: CSTB, France; 4: TUD, Germany; 5: D'Appolonia, Italy


Holistic and optimized life-cycle integrated support for energy-efficient building design and construction: HOLISTEEC methodology

Elisabetta Delponte1, Carolina Ferrando1, Michele Di Franco1, Tarja Häkkinen2, Mirkka Rekola2, Gaby Abdalla3, Gaby Pau Casaldaliga4, Carolina Pujols5, Ana Vega5, Shen-Guan Shih6

1: D'Appolonia, Italy; 2: VTT, Finland; 3: BAM Technik, The Netherlands; 4: Pich-Aguilera, Spain; 5: Acciona, Spain; 6: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

11:00am
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12:30pm
F-2.3: eeBDM Workshop
Location: EI-10
Chair: Léon van Berlo, Netherlands organisation for applied scientific research TNO
Chair: Raimar Scherer, TU Dresden
 

Hospital campus design related with EeB challenges

Sjoerd De Hoogh1, Roberto Di Giulio2, Beatrice Turillazzi2, Costanza Quentin2, Rizal Sebastian3, Thomas Liebich4

1: Hanze University Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands; 2: Ipostudio Architetti, Italy; 3: DEMO Consultants BV, The Netherlands; 4: AEC


Interoperable tools for designing energy-efficient buildings in healthcare districts

Joachim Benner1, Karl-Heinz Häfele1, Peter Bonsma2, Marco Bourdeau3, Souheil Soubra3, Hassan Sleiman4, Sylvain Robert4, Andreas Geiger1

1: Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany; 2: TNO Technical Sciences, Delft, Netherlands; 3: CSTB, Sophia Antipolis, France; 4: CEA LIST, Digiteo Labs Saclay, Gif sur Yvette, France


Open standard CMO for parametric modelling based on semantic web.

Peter Bonsma1, Iveta Bonsma1, Tsvetelina Zayakova1, Andre van Delft2, Rizal Sebastian2, Michel Böhms3

1: RDF Ltd.; 2: demobv; 3: TNO


Towards a new business model for collective self-organised housing interventions

Éva Gerőházi, József Hegedüs, Hanna Szemző

Metropolitan Research Institute, Hungary


Flexible data model for energy efficiency

José Antonio Márquez Contreras1, José Amuedo Salmerón1, Miguel Angel Oltra Rodríguez2

1: C-Global Services, Spain; 2: Telvent