The next IABP Summer School will be organized on September 21st – 23rd , 2018 at Syracuse University
, Syracuse, NY 13244-1240, USA.
The event will take place just before the IBPC 2018 International Conference.
Coupled Heat, Air, Moisture and Pollutant Simulations in Built Environment Systems (CHAMPS-BES): Modeling VOC Emissions and Sorption of Building Materials Course description:
The course is intended for Ph.D. and M.S. students with prior knowledge of undergraduate levels of heat and mass transfer. It provides an in-depth discussion of the fundamental mechanisms and processes involved in the emissions… Continue reading
Building Simulation 2019, the 16th IBPSA International Conference,
will take place in Rome, September 2nd-4th 2019.
BS 2019 is the premier international event in the field of building performance simulation. An exceptional opportunity to share information about simulation tools and applications, present and get updates about recent achievements and new developments in the research, illustrate case studies and share best practices, join special programs for students and practitioners, network during session and social programs. The conference is organised by IBPSA-Italy, regional affiliate of the International Building Performance Simulation Association. The conference web site is www.buildingsimulation2019.org
The deadline… Continue reading
Last week Aalto University in Helsinki hosted the International Conference ROOMVENT 2018
About 200 high quality papers, 18 thematic workshops, 6 keynote presentations and a forum on “Human Indoor Centric Comfort” made this event a great success.
During the closing session the announcement that the next edition of the ROOMVENT Conference will be organized at the Politecnico di Torino was done. Now and ideal bridge grounded on IAQ, Comfort, Ventilation, Pollutants control and Air Distribution links Helsinki to Torino. Politecnico di Torino welcomes you for ROOMVENT 2020
Torino where passion lives 14th to 17th June 2020
“Healthy, Intelligent, and Resilient Buildings and Urban Environments”
Organized by Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental
and Energy Systems, College of Engineering and Computer Science, and School of Architecture, Syracuse University.