Presentation Proposals Due Friday, February 2, 2018.
The conference seeks presentations on the following topics:
  • Building Information Model Technology Nexus
  • Modeling Advances (New techniques, scripting, etc.)
  • Early Design Modeling and Analysis
  • Multiple Systems Modeling
  • Health, Wellness and Comfort
  • Energy Performance and System Simulation (including existing buildings, model calibration)
  • Codes, Standards and Compliance Modeling

Presenting Author Information

A Short bio formatted for introduction (Include current title and relevant background experience)

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Professional Designation(s)

ASHRAE Membership Grade


Presentation Details




Presentation Details

  • Team Case Studies: Coordinated presentation from several members of high performance building design projects. The abstract should include a detailed description of the project, design goals, modeling challenges, performance benchmarks used and experiences from all stages of design, construction and operation. Also identify the team members and include brief descriptions of their role in the project and the presentation. Presentation duration may vary from 15 minutes to 90 minutes.
  • Individual Presentations: Traditional seminar type PowerPoint presentation on topics of interest to the conference attendees. Presentation duration is 15 minutes.
  • Pecha-Kucha: Visually compelling presentations with a maximum limit of 30 slides, each slide presented in 30 seconds with a recommended limit of 30 words per slide (unlimited images sans text). Presentation duration is 15 minutes.
  • TEDergy Talk: Similar to the popular TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) talk presentations, TEDergy talk is intended to address a specific novel idea, new modeling technique, workflow, software utility or technology in a concise 10 minute presentation to generate audience interest and participation.

Session Type

100 Word Promotional Abstract

Review Abstract or Additional Information: 400 words or less

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