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ICRESBE aims to create opportunity to collaborate between researchers in the field of renewable energy technologies, bioenergy, and sustainable built environment.  In this conference, ideas are open to share, discuss, and promote. This conference could also be an event for dissemination of research from the bioenergy researchers and NZEB researchers and create a link between them

Conference Topics

With ‘Renewable Energy and Sustainable Built Environment’ themes, this conference is designed with six topics which is divided into several sub topics that could be developed according to innovation context based on seminar participant’s idea. Here is topics for ICRESBE 2019:

Renewable Energy and Application

This topic is about Renewable Energy technologies and its application in the Built Environment to reduce the exertion of fossil fuels. It involves the use of tools and technologies to achieve a certain degree of publicity and broaden the reach of the practice and the practitioner.

Sub topics for this section are:

  • Hybrid Energy Systems
  • Hydropower
  • Solar Energy
  • Wind Energy
  • Advanced Energy Technologies
  • Energy Conservation
  • Energy Conversion
  • Energy Policy, Planning & Management

Biorefinery

The topics covers the conversion from biomass to bioliquids and biofuels for heat and electricity, transport and bio-based products. It will also cover all aspects of each value chain, from supply and logistics to conversion technologies, from industrial application of research results to impacts on the environment, from market and trade aspects to policy strategies, and the role of biomass as a source in integrated energy systems.

Sub topics for this section are:

  • Biomass resources
  • Biomass conversion technologies
  • Biomass sustainability, impact, and policies
  • Bioenergy integration in energy systems

Building Energy Simulation

The topics covers research and studies related to building simulation with a special emphasis on methods that bridge disciplinary gaps between design, construction, operations, resource management, human behaviour, and performance analytics across building and urban scales.

Sub topics for this section are:

  • Simulation-based Generative Design
  • Simulation-Based Collaborative Design
  • Simulation-Based Design Tools and Methods
  • Multidisciplinary Design Optimization
  • Simulation Performance and Scalability
  • Building Comfort & Energy Performance
  • Simulation of Occupant Behavior
  • Simulation of Building Controls
  • Physics-Based Simulation in Design
  • Whole Building Energy Simulation
  • Thermal Comfort & Occupant Satisfaction
  • Lighting and Daylighting Simulation
  • Airflow In & Around Buildings
  • Acoustics Modeling, Simulation & Design
  • Visualization of Simulation Data
  • Urban-Scale Modeling
  • Uncertainty, Validation and Risk Management
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality
  • Design Agency & Multi-Agent Systems
  • Intelligent Buildings & Building Lifecycle Management
  • Sensor Networks & Building Performance Monitoring
  • Interactive Environments
  • Responsive Facades
  • Robotic Fabrication in Design

Net Zero Energy Building

The topics covers research and studies related conceptual, constructive, empirical experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Net Zero Energy Building in the built environment.

Sub topics for this section are:

  • Zero energy building
  • Zero net energy building
  • Net zero building
  • Definitions
  • Design and construction
  • Energy harvest
  • Energy harvest versus energy conservation debate
  • Occupant behaviour
  • Utility concerns
  • Development efforts
  • Influential zero-energy and low-energy buildings
  • Net zero energy building definition
  • Net zero carbon conversion example
  • Advantages
  • Disadvantages
  • Zero energy building versus green building
  • Worldwide
  • International initiatives
  • Energy free home challenge

Passive Design in Buildings

This topics covers the application of passive design strategies in Architectural Design to achieve sustainable building.

Sub topics for this section are:

  • Building location, orientation, and layout
  • Sustainable building materials
  • Thermal mass
  • Shading device
  • Ventilation
  • Daylighting
  • Glazing
  • Controlling indoor temperature
  • Controlling indoor air quality
  • Controlling noise
  • Passive house design
  • Building retrofit

Sustainable Matrix

The Sustainable Development Matrix is a comprehensive green development strategy proposed by Sustainable Land Development International (SLDI) for sustainable business and land development best practices implementation. They have featured this system as an solution idea because the Sustainable Development Matrix provides a structure for a triple-bottom-line (people, planet and profit) decision model.

Sub topics for this section are:

  • Planet (model nature, humans and nature co-exist, and energy flows)
  • People (accept responsibility, quality of life, and share knowledge)
  • Profit (eliminate waste, recognise interdependence, and create value)

Registration Fee

Author

(following fees are included with publication fee to Scopus-index proceeding)

Indonesian student IDR 1,250,000
Indonesian professional IDR 1,750,000
Foreign student USD 125
Foreign professional USD 175

Attendants

Indonesian student IDR 750,000
Indonesian professional IDR 1,000,000
International student USD 75
International professional USD 100

Submit Your Extended Abstracts Now.

Extended Abstract Submission: August 26, 2019

Acceptance Notification: September 4, 2019

All accepted papers will be included in Scopus-indexed proceeding. Use following extended abstract template for submission.

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