ZCLab organised Zero Carbon Buildings Evening at the University of Loughborough on 15th November with the following programme:
Design and operation of zero carbon GlaxoSmithKline Elipta Compliance Building by Dr Rosi Fieldson, Sustainability Manager, Simons Group
Designing zero carbon buildings using dynamic simulation methods - a book launch by Prof Lubo Jankovic, followed by book signing.
The link to the event recording is now available here.
Purvesh Bharadwaj, Prof Lubo Jankovic and Dr Shadi Basurra presented a paper on ‘Developing a bottom-up approach for delivering innovative zero carbon retrofit solutions using agent-based modelling’ at PHN17 - 8th Nordic Passive House Conference, Helsinki, 27-29th September.
'Designing Zero Carbon Buildings Using Dynamic Simulation Methods' on sale at IBPSA Building Simulation 2017 in San Francisco.
Prof Jankovic presented a paper on ‘Changing the Culture of Building Simulation with Emergent Modelling’ at IBPSA Building Simulation Conference 2017, San Francisco, 7-9th August.
Dr Yi Zhang and Prof Lubo Jankovic presented a paper on ‘An Interactive Optimisation Engine for Building Energy Performance Simulation’ at IBPSA Building Simulation Conference 2017, San Francisco, 7-9th August.
Second Edition of 'Designing Zero Carbon Buildings Using Dynamic Simulation Methods' has been publushed. More details here.
On 17th May we hosted a major international event on 'Advances in BIM and Building Simulation', incorporating an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecture. More details here.
There was good turnout. Videos of all presentations are now available here
Prof Jankovic's paper entitled 'Changing the Culture of Building Simulation with Emergent Modelling' was accepted for presentation at IBPSA Building Simulation 2017 in San Francisco, to be held 7-9th August.
Retrofit Open Day on 25th January was arranged to mark the completion of TCosy retrofit of two semi-detached properties
for Birmingham City Council. Presentations by Ron Beattie, Managing Director of Beattie Passive, and
Prof Ljubomir Jankovic of Birmingham City University, were followed by a site visit and a formal handover
to Birmingham City Council. See retrofit blog here.
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