Contributions to Conferences/Workshops

The list of the Contributions to Conferences and Workshops from the partners of the Campus21 consortium, during the first year of the project, is:

 

CONFERENCE
WORKSHOP

TITLE

E

EXPECTED DATE

PARTNER

FM Congress
Frankfurt, Germany

Presentation Meetering and Monitoring System

I

March 2012

UCC, HSG

Expo Real
Munich, Germany

International Fair and Congress in Munich

I

October 2012

HSG

CP-AI-OR 2012,
Nantes, France

Optimization with Variable Energy Prices. Invited Talk,

I

May/June 2012

UCC-4C

ECPPM 2012,
Reykjavik, Island

Paper: Realization of ICT potential in improving the energy efficiency of buildings: the CAMPUS 21 project

I

25 - 27 th
July 2012

TUWien, UCC

ECPPM 2012,
Reykjavik, Island

Paper: Building data visualization using the open-source MOST framework and the Google Web Toolkit

I

25 - 27 th
July 2012

TUWien

ECPPM 2012,
Reykjavik, Island

Paper: Improving building monitoring using a data preprocessing storage engine based on MySQL

I

25 - 27 th
July 2012

TUWien

ECPPM 2012,
Reykjavik, Island

Validation of Simulation Results using Sensor Data to Improve Building Control

I

25 - 27 th
July 2012

TUWien

ECPPM 2012,
Reykjavik, Island

A generative schema for a hierarchically distributed multi-domain and multi-zonal building systems control architecture

I

25 - 27 th
July 2012

TUWien

Bausim 2012,
Berlin, Germany

Inclusion of user-related monitoring data in the run-time calibration of building performance simulation models

I

26 - 28 th
Sept 2012

TUWien

SBTP 2012,
Brno, Czech Republic

OPTIMIZATION-BASED SIMULATION MODEL CALIBRATION USING SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS 

I

23rd - 26th October 2012

TU Wien

ICEBO 2012,
Manchester, England

Recent advances in the development of MOST: an open-source  vendor and technology independent toolkit for building monitoring

I

23rd - 26th October 2012

TUWien,

ICEBO 2012,
Manchester, England

IZ-CON: an intelligent zone controller for building systems operation

I

23rd - 26th October 2012

TUWien,

ICEBO 2012,
Manchester, England

The potential and challenges of monitoring-supported energy efficiency improvement strategies in existing buildings

I

23rd - 26th October 2012

TUWien, UCC