IBPC 2024

hosted by Toronto Metropolitan University

From 25 to 27 July, 2024

official triennial conference

IABP

WHERE

Toronto Metropolitan University

WHEN

25, 26, 27 July, 2024

INTRODUCTION

International Association of Building Physics (IABP)

IBPC 2024 is the ninth edition of the official triennial conference of the International Association of Building Physics (IABP). The IBPC conferences unite researchers, practitioners, educators and students from the building science and building physics sectors worldwide.

We meet to exchange new research and innovative technologies and to discuss current and future challenges and sustainable solutions within building physics, while we support innovative discoveries related to climate change challenges.

See hope to meet you in Toronto (Ontario, Canada) at IBPC 2024, which is hosted by the Toronto Metropolitan University, from 25th to 27th July, 2024.

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PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Carsten Rode

President of IABP

Umberto Berardi

Chair of the conference

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Toronto is the capital city of the Canadian province of Ontario. With a recorded population of 3 millions, being the most populous city in Canada and the fourth most populous city in North America.

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One Day

$ 45
  • Full Day Access
  • Three Workshops
  • Four Lectures

Two Days

$ 60
  • Full Two Days Access
  • Full Access Workshops
  • Full Access Lectures

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PARTNERS

IBPC2024 is endorsed by the following associations:

SUBMISSIONS

Regular speakers can contribute to the conference in several ways:

The deadline for ABSTRACT Submission is Extended to December 31, 2023

The deadline for FULL PAPER Submission remains March31, 2024.

Full paper and oral presentation during the conference

Full paper and poster presentation during the conference

Proceedings

All full papers and regular and extended abstracts will be included in the conference proceedings, which will be published and, based on authors’ acceptance, will be covered by SCOPUS and other major database.

 

Guidelines to authors

  • Regular abstracts should be 300 words maximum. They should be prepared by December 30th, 2023
  • The full paper should be 6 pages (exceptions up to 8 pages or beyond can be requested directly to the conference organizers). Full papers should be prepared by March 31th, 2024

SUMMER SCHOOL

Theme: Multiphysics and multiscale building physics

Location: Toronto Metropolitan University

Date: 22 to 25 July, 2024

Fee: no fee will be charged to the students

 

22 July
23 July
24 July
Specific topic

Multi-physics modeling

Air quality and materials

From materials to systems

Context

Building energy and environmental modelling 

In collaboration with the new Annex on novel materials

Renewable energy supply systems and their integration with buildings and grids

Morning

Prof. C. Rode (multiphysics material modelling)

 

Prof. M. Cellura (solar energy in building modelling)

 

 

 

Prof. M. El Mankibi (ventilation)

 

 

Dr. Myriam Bahrar (hybrid ventilation

 

Dr. Colin Olson (air tightness)

Prof. M. Perino (introduction)

 

Prof. A. Pisello (urban overheating resilience)

 

Prof. V. Serra (indoor facing materials/systems)

 

Prof. F. Meggers (innovative HVAC systems)

Afternoon

Dr. Colin Olson (air tightness)

Prof. U. Berardi (nanotechnologies)

Prof. Fariborz Haghighat

Prof. M. Qin

 

Prof. F. Kuznik (thermal energy storage in buildings)

Prof. U. Eicker (buildings and city: energy/ environmental integration)

22 July
23 July
24 July
Specific topic
Multi-physics modeling
Air quality and materials
From materials to systems
Context
Building energy and environmental modelling
In collaboration with the new Annex on novel materials
Renewable energy supply systems and their integration with buildings and grids
Morning
Prof. C. Rode (multiphysics material modelling)
Prof. M. Cellura (solar energy in building modelling)
Prof. M. El Mankibi (ventilation)
Dr. Myriam Bahrar (hybrid ventilation
Dr. Colin Olson (air tightness)
Prof. M. Perino (introduction)
Prof. A. Pisello (urban overheating resilience)
Prof. V. Serra (indoor facing materials/systems)
Prof. F. Meggers (innovative HVAC systems)
Afternoon
Dr. Colin Olson (air tightness)
Prof. U. Berardi (nanotechnologies)
Prof. Fariborz Haghighat
Prof. M. Qin
Prof. F. Kuznik (thermal energy storage in buildings)
Prof. U. Eicker (buildings and city: energy/ environmental integration)