ATLANTA, Georgia, United States, 15 August 2019: ASHRAE issued a call for abstracts for the 2020 Building Performance Analysis Conference and SimBuild, to be held from August 12 to 14, 2020, at the Westin River North in Chicago, Illinois.
Co-organised by ASHRAE and IBPSA-USA, the theme of the conference, ‘Integrated Building Design and Analysis to Achieve Zero Carbon’, focuses on improving the decision-making process through the application of simulation and modelling over the entire lifecycle of a building, ASHRAE said through a Press release.
“This conference brings together the building energy analysis and performance simulation community for three days of discussions, seminars and short courses to address the practices of energy modeling and building performance simulation using existing simulation tools, software development and future simulation research and applications,” said Carrie Brown, Conference Chair.
The conference steering committee is seeking abstracts on topics involving the use of innovative approaches for integration of modelling tools for better building design, performance and operation to meet aggressive targets for compliance, energy reduction, decarbonisation, and resiliency.
Suggested paper topics include:
- Early Design Modelling and Analysis
- Component and Systems Modelling and Load Analysis
- Codes, Standards, and Compliance Modelling
- Modelling Carbon
- Lighting and Daylighting
- Occupant Behaviour, Comfort / Health, Wellbeing
- Urban Scale Modelling
- Data Exchange and Interoperability
- Big Data Applications for Large Scale Simulations
- Modeling Advances (new techniques, automation, scripting, etc.)
- Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings and Resiliency
- Intelligent Building Operations
According to ASHRAE, abstracts, 250 or less words in length, are due September 6, 2019. If accepted, ASHRAE said, papers will be due mid December 2019. To submit abstracts, visit https://www.conftool.org/bpacs2020/.
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