[bldg-sim] SimBuild 2006: Registration Open and Student Scholarships Available
Peter_Ellis at nrel.gov
Wed May 17 15:16:16 PDT 2006
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Registration for SimBuild 2006 is now open! Please visit our website (www.ibpsa.us) to register for the conference and apply for on-campus housing.
Student scholarships up to $500 are also now available! See the website for details.
Pre-registration fees (through July 17, 2006):
Three-day registration (full conference) $380
Student registration $180
One-day registration for practitioner day $180
Full registration fees (after July 17, 2006):
Three-day registration (full conference) $400
Student registration $180
One-day registration for practitioner day $200
IBPSA-USA will hold its second national conference, August 2-4, 2006 on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The format will be similar to the successful SimBuild 2004 held at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Technical sessions over two days will feature presentations on a wide range of topics related to the simulation of HVAC equipment, airflow in buildings, energy usage, and the visual and acoustic environment in buildings, as well as demonstrations of simulation software and of hardware and software needed to emulate or measure the performance of buildings. Friday will be a practitioner day, offering case studies, hands-on software demonstrations and other presentations aimed at giving practicing architects and engineers the information they need to be more informed collaborators with simulation experts. The practitioner day will be coordinated with local US Green Building Council chapters and affiliates. Training workshops by various software vendors are being scheduled for the Monday and Tuesday preceding the conference - further details will be announced later.
Conference housing will be offered on campus in dormitories and in nearby hotels. Single- and double-occupancy dormitory rooms will range in price from about $65 to $110 per night.
The meeting is open to all, world-wide. Boston is a convenient destination for travelers from major cities in the U.S. and in many other countries. It is a historic and compact city, easily explored on foot and via public transportation. Conference participants may want to stay longer and explore New England's mountains and Atlantic coast, from Maine to Connecticut. MIT has a growing number of architecturally significant buildings that participants can visit, including recent work by Frank Gehry, Steven Holl, and Kevin Roche, and earlier projects by I.M. Pei, Eero Saarinen, and Finnish master Alvar Aalto. Harvard University and Harvard Square are a short distance away.
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