with the endorsement of ASHRAE, are pleased to announce the
3rd Building Simulation Applications Conference
on February, 8th-10th 2017.
BSA 2017 is the third IBPSA-Italy conference on Building Simulation Applications taking place at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. The conference will provide the participants with a detailed overview of the most recent advancements on Building Simulation Applications.
Well-known personalities in the field of building simulation will held keynote speeches on the most relevant topics related to the modelling of the built environment and its energy performance.
- Public and private researchers in the general sector of building simulation and energy modelling
- Public agencies, public utilities and policy makers
- Private firms: Manufacturers, management companies, utilities, software house
- Professionals: building designers (architects, engineers, etc.)
Official language is English. International attendance is warmly welcome.
Program at a glance
(the detailed conference program can be found in the dedicated page)
- Wednesday Feb 8th:
- Morning and afternoon: workshops for PhD and graduate students
- Afternoon: city tour (social program)
- Evening: welcome reception
- Thursday Feb 9th:
- Morning and afternoon: parallel technical sessions
- Afternoon: Student session competition
- Evening: social dinner
- Friday Feb 10th:
- Morning: parallel technical sessions
- Awarding ceremony
- Closing luncheon
- Open round table with practitioners and companies
- Saturday Feb 11th:
- Social program: winter in South Tyrol
In the framework of the conference, special programs are offered to students and professionals.
Initiatives for students
Initiatives for professionals
University of Colorado Boulder, USA – Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering
“Exploration of Building Model Complexity for Residential and Commercial Model Predictive Control”
Purdue University, USA – School of Civil Engineering
“Cyber-Physical-Human Systems for High Performance Buildings”
Technische Universität Wien, Austria – Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology
“Urban Energy Computing: an Hourglass Model”
University of Maryland, USA – Center for Environmental Energy Engineering
“Thoughts on Emerging Technologies and Simulation Aspects for HVAC in Buildings”