Integrated Building Performance Management

Dates: September, 2013

Venue: Vienna

url of Symposium: http://info.tuwien.ac.at/cesbp/index.php?show=international

url of Workshop: http://zuse.ucc.ie/Vienna2013/

Workshop flyer: click to download


The workshop is held in conjunction with the Central European Symposium on Building Physics (http://www.cesbp2013.org/) in September 2013 in Vienna. It succeeds the first Workshop “Information Technology for Optimised building Operation” held in May 2013, Cork.

The workshop will “kick-off” with presenting intermediate achievements of the two EU-FP7 projects (CAMPUS21 and BaaS). Tentative comunications are listed in the Tentative Agenda.

Although only a few number of sister FP7 projects have been contacted and reflected in the tentative agenda, this workshop will be promoted among all the FP7 projects listed in the stakeholders distribution list, with the aim of reaching the widest audience.


 

Workshop Agenda

Session 1

10:15

Setting the Scene

 

 

Welcome by Workshop Coordinators
Karsten Menzel (UCC), Cesar Valmeseda (CARTIF)

 

Invited

Obstacles for Integrated Energy Management
Are new Business Models Required?

Ger Maas (BAM, Uni Eindhoven, Chairman ECTP)



 

 

11:00

Coffee Break



 

Session 2

11:30

Presentations

 

 

Impacts of building performance monitoring on integrated energy management
Karsten Menzel (University College Cork)

 

 

Alternative ways for advanced Energy Management
Matthias Schuß (TU Wien)

 

 

A middleware platform for integrated building performance management
Anett Schuelke (NEC)

 

 

Capabilities of IFC 4 for advanced building performance management
Karsten Menzel

 

 

Thermal energy flow balancing for optimizing energy performance in public swimming pools with solar thermal micro generation: A case study
Helmut Simonis



 

 

13:00

Lunch Break



 

Session 3

14:00

Stakeholder Interaction

 

TOPIC

OBSTACLES FOR INTEGRATED ENERGY MANAGEMENT
IN GROUPS OF BUILDINGS

 

 

 

Thematic Area 1

 

Experienced Based Design

 

14:00

Kick-off
The Impact of Standardized BIM on the Development of new Business and Procurement Models for Integrated Energy Management
Ger Maas (BAM, University of Eindhoven, Chairman ECTP)

 

14:15

Identification of Obstacles and Future Research and Development Needs
moderated by a group of 8 Experts



 

Thematic Area 2

 

The Value of Living Laboratories

 

15:00

Kick-off
How to integrate energy simulation, demand prediction, and Continuous Commissioning® into the daily operation of buildings?
Eckhart Morre (CEO, Bilfinger Facility Services)

 

15:15

Identification of Obstacles and Future Research and Development Needs
moderated by a group of 8 Experts



 

Closing

16:00

Workshop finishes