IBPSA-Italy and the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano are pleased to announce the

4th Building Simulation Applications Conference

BSA 2019

which will take place in Bozen-Bolzano (South Tyrol, Italy)
on June, 19th – 21st 2019.

BSA 2019 is the fourth 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.

Target audience

  • 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.

Preliminary program at a glance

  • Wednesday Jun 19th:
    • Morning and afternoon: workshops for PhD and graduate students
    • Afternoon: city tour (social program)
    • Evening: welcome reception
  • Thursday Jun 20th:
    • Morning and afternoon: parallel technical sessions
    • Evening: social dinner
  • Friday Jun 21st:
    • Morning: parallel technical sessions
    • Awarding ceremony
    • Closing luncheon
    • Open round table with practitioners and companies


Keynote speakers

Lori McElroy (IBPSA President)
Building Research Establishment, United Kingdom
“Building Performance Simulation – Future Trends and the Role of IBPSA”


Vincenzo Corrado
Politecnico di Torino, Italy – Department of Energy
“Energy Performance Assessment of Buildings in a Legal Context: New Standards and National Trends”


Special lecture for PhD students

Ardeshir Mahdavi
Technische Universit├Ąt Wien, Austria – Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology
“Some lateral thoughts on building performance simulation”