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Invited Speakers

Derek Croome

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Professor Clements Croome is an Emeritus Professor of Reading University, UK. He has extensive research knowledge covering Intelligent Buildings and Cities, Health, Well-Being and Productivity, Environmental Sensory Design, Occupancy Behavior, Whole Life Performance and Value, Sustainable Architecture, Biomimetic Architecture and Biophilia, Education for emergent sustainability specialists for the Construction Industry, Electromagnetic Fields and Health and Lessons from Chaos Theory for the construction industry. He has received numerous awards and honours including: DSc Honoris Causa Debrecen University; Judges, Special Award, Building Controls Industry Awards: Vice President of CIBSE; (May 2007-2009). His present research work is concerned with improving the quality of innovative postgraduate courses (e.g. Intelligent Buildings and Construction Informatics); developing of research programmes especially with industry; pursuing discourse and exchange with research workers, teachers and industrialists across the disciplines of environmental engineering architecture, planning, building engineering and human studies in other countries as well as the UK; and developing links with China. His present appointments include: Building Environment Expert (BEE network) for CABE arm of Design Council; Air Quality Commissioner for Hammersmith and Fulham; Panel member for Regeneration Task Group for Haringey; World Green Building Council Team for the WGBC Report on Health, Wellbeing and Productivity for Offices 2014 and UK-Green Building Council 2015-2016. He is a Member of the Health and Wellbeing in Homes Task Group. He is the author of many books including “Intelligent Buildings” Design Management and Operation, second edition published by ICE Publishing, 2013. 
Presentation Title: Sustainable and Liveable Buildings Futures 


Tony Day

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Tony is the Executive Directive of the International Energy Research Centre (IERC), based at the Tyndall National Institute in Cork, Ireland. The €20M funded IERC is a partnership between government and industry to undertake innovative research in integrated energy solutions, focussing on demand side issues and energy efficiency. Prior to this he was Energy Services Director at TEAM (EAA Ltd), having  worked for 20 years at London South Bank University (LSBU) in teaching and research. At LSBU he set up the £3M Centre for Efficient and Renewable Energy in Buildings (CEREB), a research, demonstration and teaching facility for low carbon building energy systems. He has conducted research and published widely in the areas of building energy analysis and the application of low and zero carbon technologies in the urban environment. Tony is a Fellow of both CIBSE and the Energy Institute.

Presentation Title: Key Developments in Low Carbon and Energy Efficient Buildings Research: An Ireland Perspective 

 


James O'Donnell

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James O'Donnell joined University College Dublin (UCD) in June 2013. Prior to this appointment, he worked as a senior Scientific Engineering Associate in the Building Technology and Urban Systems Department of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). His current work focuses on the development and deployment of interoperable data models to support optimum building operation underpinned by Building Information Models (BIM) and whole building energy simulation tools. In addition to technical research and consulting, he taught courses at Stanford University, National University of Ireland Galway, and University College Cork on building performance analysis, building physics and HVAC analysis respectively. Before his research at LBNL, he worked as a Postdoctoral Scholar at the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG). James has a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and a Ph.D. in holistic building performance analysis from University College Cork (UCC).

Presentation Title: BIM/GIS and Modelica Framework for building and community energy system design and operation



Stuart Green

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Stuart Green is a professor of construction management at the University of Reading, UK. He has over 30 years’ experience in construction research and innovation policy. Stuart has an international reputation for his analysis of the construction improvement agenda and is well-known for highlighting the unintended consequences of the established consensus. From 2007- 2013 he served as a Core Commissioner on the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012 which provided strategic assurance on the sustainability of the London Olympics. He has extensive experience of construction-related research and has secured in excess of £7.5 million (GBP) in competitive research funding. Stuart enjoys extensive policy connectivity and is frequently invited to contribute to industry debates. From 2011-2016 he chaired the CIOB Innovation and Research (I&R) Panel. Amongst other policy roles, he currently serves on the UK Construction Industry Training Board’s strategic advisory committee known as the ‘English Committee’.

Presentation Title: Supply-side delivery: the quest for industry improvement and the implications for low-carbon green buildings




Charles Janeke
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MS + MS MECHNICAL Engineering (University of Pretoria, S/Africa 1964/67)
Honorary Professor Chongqing Jangste University (Chongqing, PPRC 1992)
Vice Chairman Council Tall Buildings and Urban habitat 1988 to 1996
Naturalize citizen USA (enter Sept/1988 via EB2B entitlement
Take/pass California Professional Engineer’s exam Oct/2001
JD (law) Abraham Lincoln University (Los Angeles 2007)
Invented FREE-COOL HVAC in 1982 (ASHRAE HOUSTON, TX)
Invented STOCHASTIC OPTIMALL CONTROL FOR HVAC in 1983 (SIBSI Tokyo 1983)
Invented POLAR-EQUILIBRIUM (GLOBAL WARMING) synthesis 2009 (SuDBE2009)
Invented POLAR-INVERSION (STOCHASTIC GLOBAL REFRIGERATION ENGINE) synthesis 2013
Invented HYPERSONIC CRYOGENICS (STOCHASTIC SHOCKWAVE PIERCING MEANS) 2010
Invented HYPERSONIC STOCHASTIC SWITCH (HELIUM DISTILLATION MEANS) March 2016
Invented ZERO LMTD (Log Mean Temperature Difference) (HVAC CHILLER) March 2017.
OCCUPATION: Property development (Los Angeles); Hypersonic Cryogenics (Virginia Tech)
Presentation TitleZERO LMTD STOCHASTIC (SWITCHED) COMPLEX-CARNOT (HVAC) CHILLER 



Roddy Langmuir

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March(Hons), Dip.Arch, RIBA, RIAS

Roddy is one of four Practice Leaders with responsibility for the design quality of the work of Cullinan Studio. He grew up in the magical rugged landscape of the Cairngorm Mountains in Scotland, where he received an early training in survival and leadership skills. The resilience and focus he learnt as a young ski racer led to a place on the GB Olympic team before switching to architectural studies and subsequently joining Cullinan Studio where he found empathy with crafting buildings that engage with and respond to their environment. 

Roddy has developed a design method based on storytelling, a layered approach that begins with context, topography, micro-climate and the cultural drivers of client organisations and their chosen setting. This method inspires expressive, clearly articulated new buildings such as the John Hope Gateway Visitor Centre in Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden, the Centre for Mathematical Sciences at the University of Cambridge, Singapore Management University City Campus and the Shahat Garden City Masterplan for a carbon neutral town in Libya’s Green Mountain Region. Currently Roddy leads our team on the National Automotive Innovation Centre for Jaguar Land Rover, Tata and the University of Warwick, due for completion next year and set to re-energise cutting edge research and design for manufacturing in the Midlands region of the UK. 

Roddy chairs design review panels for Architecture and Design Scotland and lectures widely on projects and practice in the UK and abroad. In 2013 he chaired the juries for the RIBA Awards and the Cairngorms National Park Design Awards, and in 2014 was on the jury for the UK’s Milan Expo 2015 Pavilion.

Presentation Title: Rooted in Context- A Path to Sustainable Places


 


Mike Murray
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Dr. Michael Murray is a Chartered Engineer with unique operational experience in integrated design and construction and an in-depth understanding of the leadership challenge facing the industry. As business leader he is able to develop coherent strategy and to align operations with the mission. Michael uses active workshops and analysis to develop business strategies and visions in a complex stakeholder environment. Working as a manager he is able to build effective business plans to deliver the strategy whilst addressing commercial objectives through effective cost forecasting and budgetary control. Michael is an innovator who constantly seeks out improvement in the way we work by ensuring research is developed to enhance best practice, and use of leading edge design delivery tools.  Working with research teams he has secured and managed a collaborative research portfolio as lead industrialist of over £10m, primarily in design process management, with a cadre of high caliber graduates trained in research returning to industry to support innovation in the wider business. Working with Fulcro Engineering Services he is currently engaged as the Project Coordinator (responsible for delivery of design, cost and programme) and BIM leadership roles in a novel IPI Procurement collaborative Alliance project for a leading Higher Education College in the West Midlands, UK. Michael is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of CIBSE, and Member Institute of Energy.

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Ken Parsons
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Ken Parsons is Emeritus Professor of Environmental Ergonomics at Loughborough University in the United Kingdom where he was also Head of the Department of Human Sciences, Dean of Science and Pro Vice Chancellor for Research. He is currently, chair of ISO TC159 SC5 ‘Ergonomics of the physical environment’ as well as convenor of an ISO working group on Integrated environments. He is also chair of the British national standards committee and convenor of the European standards working group on people in physical environments. He is a leading academic to the National Centre for International Research of Low Carbon and Green Buildings, Chongqing University, China.

In 1992, he received the Ralph G. Nevins award from the American Society of

Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) for ‘significant

accomplishments in the study of bioenvironmental engineering and its impact on

human comfort and health’. The Human Thermal Environments laboratory at Loughborough University was awarded the President’s Medal of the Ergonomics Society in 2001. He is one of the co-authors of the British Occupational Hygiene Society publication on thermal environments and has contributed to the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers publications on thermal comfort as well as to the ASHRAE Handbook: Fundamentals. He is author of the book Human Thermal Environments’.

Presentation Title: The new version of ISO 7243. An international standard for the assessment of heat stress in indoor and outdoor environments, using the WBGT (wet bulb globe temperature) index.




Kosonen Risto

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Professorship is in the area of HVAC technology with focus on indoor climate, high performing building services and as well as energy efficiency in buildings. Earlier 20 years experience in industry of business development, research and development of HVAC- systems.  Leadership experience in several research projects with industry during 25 years including cooperation with international universities. President of Federation of Finnish HVAC associations and Chair of Indoor Climate Association in Finland. Board and committee membership of e.g. AIVC and REHVA organizations. Author of over 320 international publications. Nine European patents (EPO) of indoor climate and energy systems. Awards, prizes and honours:  Rydberg Gold Medal, Scanvac’s highest distinction on research of indoor air quality, air distribution and ventilation and REHVA Fellow. President of ROOMVENTILATION 2018 conference in Finland. 

Presentation Title: HVAC-technologies for creating optimal IEQ


 

Steve Rowlinson

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Chair Professor of Construction Project Management

Department of Real Estate & Construction,

Hong Kong University

Chair Professor Steve Rowlinson obtained his degree in civil engineering from the University of Nottingham and his Master degree from Imperial College, London and after working for the GLC for a number of years as a road and bridge engineer completed by his PhD at Brunel University. Steve is a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. 

Steve joined Hong Kong University in 1987 in the department of civil engineering but then moved to the department of real estate and construction in 1991. On arrival in Hong Kong Steve was shocked to find that the accident rate in the construction industry was over 350 accidents per 1000 workers annually. This provoked his interest in construction safety and he has been involved in research and consultancy in the area ever since. He actively takes roles in the Lighthouse club, the British Chamber of Commerce Construction Industry Group and the Clients Safety Benchmarking Group. He has written half a dozen books on construction site safety both in Hong Kong and worldwide and has graduated 35 PhD students, many of whom studied construction site safety in one way or another. He was the recipient of the CIC/Lighthouse Club Golden Helmet award in 2015. Steve’s research expertise encompasses construction IT, procurement systems and OHS. He developed the MSc in Integrated Project Delivery at HKU commencing in September 2016 and is currently the course director. He has published almost 100 international journal papers and has written 15 books and monographs. He is leader of the construction project management team in the Faculty of Architecture and is a regular speaker at conferences and events in Hong Kong and worldwide.

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Branislav Todorović

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Branislav Todorović, Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, professor of University Belgrade-Serbia, teaching HVAC. He was visiting professor at University of Vienna, also visiting professor of Berkeley and in San Jose in USA, full professor with tenure of University of Kansas in Lawrence. Was president of European Society for Heating and Air Conditioning – REHVA, now is   President of Serbian Society for Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning KGH, president of ASHRAE Danube chapter. In two mandates was vice president of Executive Committee of International Institute of Refrigeration in Paris; Fellow of ASHRAE , former member  of ASHRAE Board of Directors. He is member of Serbian Academy. of Engineering Sciences, Member of Russian Academy of Building and Architectural Sciences and of Hungarian Scientific Society for Building Sciences; AlsoMember of Russian Society of Engineers for HVAC, doctor Honoris Causa at University in Romania. Todorovic was guest professor in Singapore, now is colaborating with University South East in Nanjing.He has 220 papers, has done 72 projects of HVAC systems, 30 research projects,  presented over 60  lectures at Universities around the world. He is the author of several books was   20 years Editor in chief of the journal Energy&Buildings published by Elsevier, now is editor at large of the same journal. Editor of national journal and permanent president of annual International congresses in Belgrade

Presentation Title: FROM  STATIC  TO DYNAMIC BUILDINGS

 
 
Marija Todorović
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Ph.D.Sci. (Thermodynamics) University of Belgrade; Specialization - Institute for Thermodynamics and Refrigeration, Technical University, Berlin; Postdoctoral Research - UC Berkeley, Guest Prof. School of Energy and Environment, Southeast University, Nanjing, China; Served as Scientific Secretary of the ICHMT, visiting professor at the Architectural Engineering, KU Lawrence, Visiting Scholar Hong Kong University, Research Prof. Kyung Hee University Seoul, Research project adviser on Multifunctional Facades, NUS, Singapore, Invited Lecturer - UNESCO/ENEA e-Learning Program on Renewable Energy Sources. With the KU School of Engineering Team awarded at the US/DOE/Southern California Edison Consortium’s "Solar Two Challenge" National Competition, 1994. Served as Jury member of Solar Decathlon Europe 2012 and 2014, Founder and President of the IBPSA-Danube Charter 2010. Published and presented 296 scientific papers in International Journals and Conferences and 9 textbooks. Editor of 2 Monograph "Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Media", ICHMT Series, published by Elsevier, and "Spatio Temporal Structure and Chaos in Heat and Mass Transfer Processes” published by Mrljes & Sons; Coordinator of 30 multidisciplinary R&D projects (Building’s Thermal Dynamics, Energy Efficiency, Thermal Energy Storage, Building Performance Simulation, Integrated Sustainable Building Design Methods, Distributed Energy Generation, RES integrated sustainable buildings/HVAC systems, RES integrated buildings refurbishment, sustainable Zero CO2 emission settlements, etc), and author of more than 100 R&D projects and studies. ASHRAE elected Fellow, 2009 for the “attained unusual distinction in the arts and science of heating, refrigeration, air conditioning or ventilation and made substantial contribution to those arts and sciences”; Recipient of the REHVA Professional Award in Science in recognition of outstanding achievements in science and the improvements of energy efficiency and the indoor environment of buildings 2010. Editor of the Energy and Buildings (Elsevier) and Editorial Board member of the International Journal Global Warming (Inderscience). Elected REHVA Fellow 2011, and Fellow WAAS (World Academy of Art and Science) 2012. Provided numerous producers with design methods and thermal equipment prototypes, and lecturing extensively and working as member of ASHRAE, REHVA, UNESCO and other international organizations made substantial impact worldwide.

Presentation Title: Globally Needed Building Integrated PV (BIPV) Standardisation Via Comprehensive Physically Sound Multi/Interdisciplinary Analytical and Measuring Technical Characterisation
 
 
 
Hiroshi Yoshino
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Hiroshi Yoshino is Professor Emeritus of Tohoku University (Japan), and presently President-Appointed Extraordinary Professor of the University. He was the President of the Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ) from 2013 to 2015. He has been involving in research subjects for building science such as indoor environment and energy conservation, ventilation and indoor air quality, occupant’s health and indoor environment, and passive solar system performance. He is one of the contributors to the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. He is the Operating Agent at International Energy Agency’s Energy in Buildings and Communities Programme, responsible to the Annex 53 Total Energy Use in Buildings. He is a visiting professor at several universities and professional institutions of International repute. He is the author of around 30 book chapters and has more than 200 publications including articles in academic journals and conference proceedings. He has also served as chairman and director of different scholarly societies, conferences and committees, as well as editorial board member of international journals. He has received several awards, including the Architectural Institute of Japan in the area of journal papers in 1992, The Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan (SHASE) Best Papers in 1975, 1992, 1997, 2000 and 2005. He was given the Japanese Uichi Inoue Memorial Award by the SHASE in 2013. He is an ASHRAE Fellow.

Presentation Title: Development of sustainable built environment in Japan