15/10/2021 - CIB W78

Venue: Abbaye de Neumünster  - Luxembourg

8.30 - Registration and welcome coffee

9.00 - Parallel sessions

  • 09.00 - Talk 59 - 83 (O) - Effect of COVID-19 lockdown on residential grid electricity and decentralised solar energy consumption in the UK Homes - Kumar Biswajit Debnath, David Jenkins, Sandhya Patidar and Andrew D Peacock, United Kingdom
  • 09.15 - Talk 60 - 148 (P) - Applying Machine Learning and Digital Twinning for the Live Assessment of Thermal Comfort in Buildings - Mehrzad Shahinmoghadam, Ali Motamedi and Mohamed Cheriet, Canada
  • 09.30 - Talk 61 - 153 (O) - Building Energy Management Systems for Sports Facilities in the Gulf Region: A Focus on Impacts and Considerations - Fodil Fadli, Yacine Rezgui, Ioan Petri, Ahmad M. Ahmad, Andrei Hodorog, Mariam Elnour, Hamdi Mohammedsherif and Nader Meskin, Qatar
  • 09.45 - Talk 62 - 94 (P) - Thermal analysis of IFC building models using voxelized geometries - Thomas Krijnen, Tamer El-Diraby, Theohar Konomi and Ahmed Attalla, Netherlands
  • 09.00 - Talk 63 - 50 (O) - Upkeeping digital assets during construction using blockchain technology - Marijana Srećković, Goran Šibenik, Katharina Sigalov, Xuling Ye, Markus König and Katharina Reitmayer, Austria
  • 09.15 - Talk 64 - 68 (O) - Comparison of Digital Twin Readiness of BIM Collaboration Paradigms: Centralized File, Decentralized Cloud, and Distributed Blockchain - Rui Zhao, Yijie Wu, Jinfeng Lou, Zhe Chen, Liupengfei Wu and Fan Xue, Hong Kong
  • 09.30 - Talk 65 - 102 (O) - Smart contract(ing) in the execution phase - Wouter Van Groesen and Pieter Pauwels, Netherlands
  • 09.45 - Talk 66 - 21 (O) - Blockchain and protecting the Intellectual property of BIM assets - Mohammad Darabseh and João Poças Martins, Portugal
  • 09.00 - Panel DIscussion: the status and future of code checking
    Chaired by Robert Amor (O)
  • 09.45 - Talk - 62 (O) Natural Language Processing for Building Code Interpretation: A Systematic Review - Stefan Fuchs and Robert Amor

10.00 Coffee break

10.30 - Parallel sessions

  • 10.30 - Talk 67 - 179 (P) - Information containers providing deep linkage of drawings and BIM models - André Borrmann, Jimmy Abualdenien and Thomas Krijnen, Germany
  • 10.45 - Talk 68 - 194 (O) - Digital Material Libraries: overview and application case, Sara Allaouchiche, Sabrina Kacher, Algeria
  • 11.00 - Talk 69 - 54 (P) - Automated analysis and quantity calculation of balcony elements in IFC - Geert Hesselink, Thomas Krijnen and Geert Pannekoek, Germany
  • 11.15 - Talk 70 - 191 (O) - Connecting the Dots between Building Information Modeling, Ontologies and Systems Engineering: Why and What for? - Fernanda Fernandes Marchiori, Pierre Jehel and Leonardo de Aguiar Correa, France
  • 11.30 - Talk 71 - 189 (P) - Bridging the gap between Information Management and Advanced Work Packaging: AWP Ontology - Karim Farghaly and Ranjith Soman, United Kingdom
  • 11.45 - Talk 72 - 79 (O) - Investigating Potential Alignments between Modelica Standard Library and SAREF Ontologies - Ana Roxin, Vishak Dudhee and Vladimir Vukovic, United Kingdom
  • 10.30 - Talk 73 - 118 (O) - Collaborative platform in clashes resolution process: Study of the added value for BIM coordination - Anabelle Rahhal, Pablo Taulé, Aurélie de Boissieu and Pierre Leclercq, Belgium
  • 10.45 - Talk 74 - 125 (P) - Tech enablers to the EU Renovation Wave: Framework-based on the Communication (2020) 662 - Diego Calvetti, Pedro Mêda and Hipólito Sousa, Portugal
  • 11.00 - Talk 75 - 128 (O) - Potential of gamification in BIM training using BPMN - Carla Pütz and Manfred Helmus, Germany
  • 11.15 - Talk 76 - 53 (P) - Model-based cost estimation for infrastructure projects: a case study - Saeid Morovvati, David Fürstenberg and Ola Lædre, Norway
  • 11.30 - Talk 77 - 138 (O) - HBIM tool for preventive conservation of sensitive cultural heritage in museums: the SensMat approach - Marco Pepe, Alberto Zinno, Maria Cristina Napolano, Marco Mariani, Domenico Grieco, Michele Rossi, Giovanni Giannone, Paul-Bernhard Eipper, Marie-Dominique Bruni, Thomas Köhler and Stefano Perotto, Italy
  • 11.45 - Talk 78 - 202 (O) - Enhancing BIM Element Classification of Multi-View CNN via CRF-RNN-based Semantic Segmentation - Youngsu Yu, Koeun Lee, Daemok Ha and Bonsang Koo, Republic of Korea
  • 10.30 - Lessons learnt from the global adoption of automated compliance checking technologies - Yang Zou
  • 10.45 - (O) Automated Compliance Checking in Healthcare Building Projects - Joao Soliman Junior
  • 11.00 - Questioning the rationality of how BIM-based Model Checking is envisioned - Peter Nørkjær Gade
  • 11.15 - (P) Symbolics and statistics for automated code compliance checking in buildings - Pieter Pauwels
  • 11.30 - Discussions
     

12.00 - Lunch

13.15 - Parallel sessions

  • 13.15 - Talk 79 - 7 (P) - PBG: A parametric building graph capturing and transferring detailing patterns of building models - Jimmy Abualdenien and André Borrmann, Germany
  • 13.30 - Talk 80 - 9 (P) - Automatic prefabricated construction simulation using Deep Reinforcement Learning - Aiyu Zhu, Pieter Pauwels and Bauke De Vries, Netherlands
  • 13.45 - Talk 81 - 105 (P) - Process-based simulation models using BPMN for construction management at runtime - Leonardo Messi, Francesco Spegni, Alessandro Carbonari, Luigi Ridolfi and Massimo Vaccarini, Italy
  • 14.00 - Talk 82 - 13 (O) - Integrating Energy Simulation in Design and Construction Studios: experiences from two undergraduate courses - Luciana Debs and Bryan Hubbard, USA
  • 14.15 - Talk 83 - 126 (O) - Digital Framework for Structural Design Optimization - Leandro R. Lopes, Giuseppe Miceli Junior and Paulo César Pellanda, Brazil
  • 14.30 - Talk 84 - 20 (O) - A data-driven approach to automatically label BAS points - Karim El Mokhtari and J.J. McArthur, Canada
  • 13.15 - Talk 85 - 135  (O) - Digital technologies in construction management education: digital natives’ perspective - Taija Puolitaival and Lydia Kiroff, New Zealand
  • 13.30 - Talk 86 - 34 (O) - A method to implement prevention through design using 4D BIM - Carlos Arturo Osorio-Sandoval, William Collinge, Mojgan Hadi Mosleh, Clara Man Cheung, Patrick Manu, Andre Freitas and James Bowles, United Kingdom
  • 13.45 - Talk 87 - 121 (O) - A BIM object library for buildings energy efficiency renovation - Maria Chiara Caruso, Alberto Zinno and Valeria Di Paola, Italy
  • 14.00 - Talk 88 - 156 (O) - A Virtual Reality Environments (VRE) for Zoning Ordinance in Google Street View - Man Liang and Qingbin Cui, USA
  • 14:15 - Talk 89 - 163 (O) - Understanding the diffusion of Building Information Modeling among contractor SMEs in the Quebec construction industry - Sophie Clermont, Gabriel Lefebvre and Conrad Boton, Canada
  • 14.30 - Talk 90 - 95 (P) - Exploring challenges with reciprocal interdependencies in 4D BIM - Aksa Imran and Eilif Hjelseth, Norway

14.45 - Award ceremony with Eastman price award and closing session [Streamed] (End 15.15)

14.45 - CBIM School (end 17.00)

P = Physical

O = Online

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