13/10/2021 - CIB W78-LDAC 2021

Venue : Abbaye de Neumünster  - Luxembourg

8.30 - Registration and welcome coffee

9.00 - Opening session [Streamed]
Welcome
Introduction speech by Thomas Kallstenius, CEO, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg (P)

9.30 - Keynote speech [Streamed]
Mark Enzer,  Head of the National Digital Twin programme and Chief Technical Officer of Mott MacDonald, United Kingdom (O)

10.15 - Coffee break

10.45 - Parallel sessions

  • 10.45 - Talk 1 - 137 (O) Digital Twins to BIM Object Library – A Top-Down Modeling Approach - Sophia Pibal, Iva Kovacic and Robin Jakoubek, Austria
  • 11.00 - Talk 2 - 97 (P) - An information-based approach to “Digital Twins” in three case studies - Paula Gordo-Gregorio and François Guéna, France
  • 11.15 - Talk 3 - 69 (O) - Artificial Intelligence in the Construction Industry: Adoption, Benefits and Risks - Marzia Bolpagni, Ivana Bartoletti and Angelo Luigi Camillo Ciribini, United Kingdom
  • 11.30 - Talk 4 - 173 (O) - Reviewing Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) to support decision support system development in the Construction Industry - Marjan Pouraghajan, Robin Drogemuller and Sara Omrani, Australia
  • 11.45 - Talk 5 - 204 (O) - Developing a standardised approach of Asset Lifecycle Information Modelling for Semantic Digital Twins in the built environment - Rizal Sebastian, Michel Bohms and Bart Luiten, Netherlands
  • 12.00 - Talk 6 - 27 (O) - The Digital Twin in the AEC/FM Industry: a literature review - Giorgia Caramia, Giovanna Mangialardi and Angelo Corallo, Italy
  • 12.15 - Talk 7 - 47 (O) - Software Tools Supporting Advanced Design Requirements for Digital Twins - Erik Kjems and John K. Arthur, Norway
  • 10.45 - Talk 8 - 198 (O) - Development of a conceptual digital deconstruction platform with integrated Reversible BIM to aid decision making and facilitate a circular economy - Elma Durmisevic, Annie Guerriero, Calin Boje, Bruno Domange and Guido Bosch
  • 11.00 - Talk 9 - 74 (P) - Post-Urban Mining Automation and Digitalisation for a Closed-Loop Circular Construction - Arghavan Akbarieh, Markus Schäfer, Danièle Waldmann and Felix Norman Teferle, Luxembourg
  • 11.15 - Talk 10 - 96 (O) - Environmental Impact Assessment of Buildings Based on Building Information Modelling - Laddu Bhagya Jayasinghe, Mike Paulus and Danièle Waldmann, Luxembourg
  • 11.30 - Talk 11 - 101 (O) - A BIM-based Building Circularity Assessment tool for the early design stage - Nuo Zhang, Qi Han, Bauke de Vries and Jianli Zhai, Netherlands
  • 11.45 - Talk 12 - 169 (O) - An alternative approach to material and EPD mapping in the development of BIM-based LCA and LCC tools - Haitham Abu-Ghaida and Aliakbar Kamari, Denmark
  • 12.00 - Talk 13 - 124 (O) - Initiating and designing an emerging multi-platform ecosystem for the circular economy in the built environment: An empirical case study - Rita Lavikka, Gulnaz Aksenova and Annabella Haavisto, Finland
  • 12.15 - Talk 14 - 133 (O) - Popularizing DGNB in the Danish construction industry: A field study of the industry via a qualitative comparative analysis - Aliakbar Kamari, Jonas Hedemann Petersen and Carl Peter Leslie Schultz, Denmark

12.30 - Lunch

13.45 - Parallel sessions

  • 13.45 - Talk 15 - 107 (P) - Fire risk assessment contributions for the EU building logbook structure – Case study of Braga’s city block - Miguel Chichorro Goncalves, Pedro Mêda and Inês Casas, Portugal
  • 14.00 - Talk 16 - 18 (O) - Potential of digital tools for BIM-based risk management - Maike Eilers, Carla Pütz, Anica Meins-Becker and Manfred Helmus, Germany
  • 14.15 - Talk 17 - 25 (O) - Similarity Evaluation of the Predeveloped MVD Concepts for Improving Reusability of Existing MVDs - Moeid Shariatfar and Yong-Cheol Lee, USA
  • 14.30 - Talk 18 - 145 (P) - Multi-disciplinary learning from OpenBIM - Tim Pat McGinley and Thomas Krijnen, Denmark
  • 14.45 - Talk 19 - 51 (O) - Development of a Guideline for Standard Models in the Context of Building Information Modeling - Daiki John Feller, Gamze Hort and Anica Meins-Becker, Germany
  • 15.00 - Talk 20 - 195 (O) - BIM and PLM-Based Management of Occupational Health and Safety: A Comparative Literature Review - Tiaya Tedonchio Christian, Nadeau Sylvie, Boton Conrad and Rivest Louis, Canada
  • 13.45 - Talk 21 - 200 (O) - Virtual Reality Design Quality-Check Tool for Engineering Projects - Fábio Matoseiro Dinis, João Poças Martins, Fernanda Sousa, Bárbara Rangel, Ana Sofia Guimarães and Alfredo Soeiro, Portugal
  • 14.00 - Talk 22 - 67 (P) - Exploring the utility of AR for quality inspections in timber-frame house production – A case study from Småland, Sweden - Anton Gustavsson, Magnus Valtersson, Christoph Merschbrock and Peter Johansson, Sweden
  • 14.15 - Talk 23 - 170 (O) - An Active Early Warning System for Heavy Construction Vehicle Drivers based on Mixed Reality - Tingsong Chen, Nobuyoshi Yabuki and Tomohiro Fukuda, Japan
  • 14.30 - Talk 24 - 111 (P) - Integrating Virtual Reality During the Architectural Design Process: a Survey to Identify Practitioner Needs - Adrien Coppens, Tom Mens and Mohamed-Anis Gallas, Belgium
  • 14.45 - Talk 25 - 71 (P) - Automatic construction of photorealistic BIM elements in VR from single-picture input - Johan Luttun and Thomas Krijnen, Netherlands
  • 15.00 - Talk 26 - 87 (P) - How Virtual Reality is used when involving healthcare staff in the design process - Shahin Sateei, Johanna Eriksson, Mattias Roupé, Mikael Johansson and Göran Lindahl, Sweden

13.45 - (P) Simplifying the delivery of ICDD containers based on the ISO-21597 - Manos Argyris, Amberg Group

14.05 - (P) Enabling Multi-scale Energy Modelling through a Linked-Data Approach - James O'Donnell, University College Dublin

14.25 - (O) Integration of Geotechnical Investigation and Quality Control processes in the BIM methodology for Infrastructures - Noemi Jiménez-Redondo, CEMOSA

14.45 - Ontology-based Building Energy System Commissioning and Monitoring - Hervé Pruvost, Fraunhofer IIS EAS

14.55 - Why Asset Data Must Be FAIR: The SIDO Case - Jan Voskuil, Taxonic

15.15 Coffee break

15.45 - Parallel sessions

  • 15.45 - Talk 27 - 123 (P) - Conceptualizing Information Containers for Common Data Environments - Madhumitha Senthilvel and Jakob Beetz, Germany
  • 16.00 - Talk 28 - 162 (O) - The Golden Day: Using Common Data Environments to Improve the Response Time in the Management of Change Orders - Gabriel Lefebvre and Conrad Boton, Canada
  • 16.15 - Talk 29 - 52 (P) - Identification of the common data environment functions during construction phase of BIM-based projects - Selen Ozkan and Senem Seyis, Turkey
  • 16.30 - Talk 30 - 82 (P) - Toward a Reference Architecture Framework for the development of interoperable construction digital platforms in Europe - Claudio Mirarchi, Nicolas Naville, Alexis David, Nicolas Pastorelly and Alain Zarli, Italy
  • 16.45 - Talk 31 - 117 (P) - Design rationale documentation and exchange in the Danish AEC industry - Simon Wyke, Rasmus Lund Jensen and Kjeld Svidt, Denmark
  • 17.00 - Talk 32 - 178 (O) - An Open Data Platform for Early-Stage Building Circularity  Assessment - Lina Morkunaite, Fayez Al Naber, Ekaterina Petrova and Kjeld Svidt, Netherlands
  • 15.45 - Talk 33 - 120 (P) - A pilot using a Building Digital Twin for LCA-based human health monitoring - Calin Boje, Sylvain Kubicki, Annie Guerriero, Antonino Marvuglia, Tomas Navarrete, Enrico Benetto, Álvaro José Hahn Menacho and Johannes Hermen, Luxembourg
  • 16.00 - Talk 34 - 188 (O) - Enabling Digital Twins with Advanced Visualization and  Contextualization of Sensor Data with BIM and Web  Technologies - Abhishek Relekar, Piotr Smolira, Ekaterina Petrova and Kjeld Svidt, Netherlands
  • 16.15 - Talk 35 - 22 (O) - Digital Twin Development for Stack Effect Mitigation - Gary Chang, Karim El Mokhtari, Russell Richman and J.J. McArthur, Canada
  • 16.30 - Talk 36 - 184 (O) - A Modeling Methodology Towards Digital Twin Development in Smart Factories for the Industry 4.0 Human Augmentation Experiments - Mahnaz Ensafi, Kereshmeh Afsari, Sahil Manoj Mehta, Niloufar Shadab, Alejandro Salado, Shahabedin Sagheb and Michael Kretser, USA
  • 16.45 - Talk 37 - 15 (O) - A Sound-based Digital Twin Framework for Autonomous Update on Project Schedule in Civil Infrastructure Construction - Anisha Deria, Pedro Dominguez, Yong-Cheol Lee and Jin-Woo Choi, USA
  • 17.00 - Talk 38 - 84 (O) - Towards a Taxonomyof Built Asset Lifecycle Information Coupling - Saman Davari, Erik Poirier and Bilal Succar, Canada

ECTP Workshop (organized by EU-funded projects consortia)

17.15-18.00 - Keynote speech [Streamed]

When 21st Century Technologies Meet the Oldest Engineering Discipline
Dr. Renate Fruchter, Founding Director of the Project Based Learning Laboratory (PBL Lab), Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Stanford University, USA

P = Physical

O = Online

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