Moving to a New World of Building Systems Performance
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Recognising that system and plant performance is a global issue this joint CIBSE and ASHRAE symposium will give a platform to the latest practice and research from around the world in active and passive building systems that will shape an effective future for the built environment with minimum resource impact.
The fourth annual Technical Symposium will take place on 3rd-4th April 2014 in Dublin and aims to encourage the participation of young and experienced researchers and industry practitioners to share experiences and develop networks.
This invitation (now closed) was for papers concerning research and development that may address …
- Enhanced building engineering solutions through modelling and prediction
- Innovation in passive and active building systems
- Design and operation of future cities
- Improving the operation of the built environment
- Maintaining and improving legacy building systems
- The development and impact of benchmarks, standards and regulatory measures
- Communication, skills and workforce development
This list is not exhaustive but provides the intended context of the Technical Symposium that will focus on aspects that are of interest to CIBSE and ASHRAE members. Material is welcomed based on recent or current research and application as well as the actual or potential impact of that research on the built environment.
For the first time this year there are opportunities for the presentation of relevant case studies supported by keynotes (as opposed to a formal paper). Presenters of case studies will produce a two-sheet summary to accompany the oral presentation. These case studies will be reviewed but not formally refereed.
All papers, poster and case studies will be peer reviewed and published electronically through CIBSE. Selected papers may be developed for publication in BSERT.
By 15th September – Abstracts sent to email@example.com (including the intended title of the submission; authors’/author’s names/name and affiliation; specific email address of principal author; abstract of maximum 250 words in English, the official symposium language; note whether it is a proposed paper (to be orally or poster presented) OR a case study .)
Early October 2013 – Authors selected to proceed will be advised and specifically invited to prepare draft material suitable for oral or for poster delivery.
20th November 2013 – Selected authors submit draft manuscripts of full paper (between 3000 and 5000 words), or the draft poster, or case study keynotes for peer review
Mid December 2013 – Authors receive reviewers’ comments and develop final submission following review, and subject to acceptance by the reviewers/technical committee.
19th January 2014 – Deadline for submission of the final paper/poster, or case study keynotes.
The Symposium Technical Committee will allocate submissions to oral or poster sessions and at any stage reserves the right to reject any submission
For details of sponsorship opportunities for the 2014 Symposium, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org