This seminar aims to share next-generation frontiers in green building design topics, from the points of views of researchers, practitioners and software developers. It will be delivered by two well-recognized green-design pioneers – Dr. POH Hee Joo from IHPC, ASTAR and Mr. Eugene SEAH from Surbana Jurong Group. As sponsors for this event,Dr. Alex LEE from Tian Building Engineering, Singapore and Mr. Rohan Rawte from IES Ltd are also invited to share their development strategies with regard to the thematic topic. This seminar is targeted at all participants from building practitioners, ESD consultants, architects and planners, as well as researchers and students from relevant institutions.
Registration: Please register for your participation by clicking IBPSA Seminar by 20 Sept 2019.
For enquires on program and registration matters, please feel free to contact Dr. George XU by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration & Networking
Welcome speech by Dr. Steve, President of IBPSA Singapore
“Development of Multi-physics Integrated Environmental Modeller (IEM)”,Dr. POH Hee Joo, Institute of High Performance Computing, A-STAR
“Calibrated Digital Twins for the Built Environment”,Mr. Rohan Rawte, IES Ltd
“Impact of Modelling and computational approach on design optimization, Seeing the unseen”,Mr. Eugene SEAH, Surbana Jurong Group
“Integrated OpenBIM Workflow for better Building Performance Analysis and Design – ETTV, Wind Driven Rain, Thermal Comfort (Indoor and Outdoor), Solar Irradiance and Fire and Smoke Analysis”,Dr. Alex K.H. Lee, Managing Director, Co-Founder of BIM HVACTool, Tian Building Engineering, Singapore
Certificate of Appreciation presented by Dr. Steve, President of IBPSA Singapore
End of Seminar
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IBPSA is proud to support the inaugural International Built Environment Week (IBEW), the first fully-integrated event in the Asia Pacific that covers the entire built environment life cycle and value chain.
Presented by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore, the IBEW will convene under the theme ‘Transforming the way we build’, and showcase today’s best practices and tomorrow’s innovations in four key areas: sustainability, construction productivity, digitalisation and smart facilities management.
As a member of IBPSA, you will enjoy more than 40% discount on your conference ticket at $680 (U.P $1,200). So grab this opportunity and register today. Seats are filling up fast! To register, click here: https://tinyurl.com/y67c854f
The NSF-funded Research Coordination Network (RCN) in Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability (SEES) announces its second international workshop on Putting Sustainability into Convergence: Connecting Data, People, and Systems with a special focus on social science, engineering and computer science integration. Long-term sustainability requires technology advancements, resilient infrastructure, adequate policy, and behavioral change. The main objective of a sustainable and resilient infrastructure is where a multitude of resources can be dynamically shared and individual behavior be incentivized to better meet community needs. While focusing on underserved groups, the intention is to improve overall quality of life and well-being by providing adequate access to infrastructure and services. Inspired by the NSF vision, this international workshop proposes convergence research that is built upon trans-, inter-, and multi-disciplinary concepts including two main characteristics: Challenges and opportunities from deep scientific questions and critical societal needs, and intensive integration across disciplines.