Edition 2017

open symposium
21st March 2017
Ghent, Belgium

Topics

    • Building Information Modelling
    • Sensor Data
    • BIM integration with Geospatial Data (GIS)
    • H-BIM – historic building information modelling
    • Linked Building Data and Semantic Web Technologies
    • Information Exchange beyond BIM
    • Lifecycle Assessment (LCA) and Lifecycle Cost (LCC)
    • Environmental Simulations
    • BIM data for Facility Management (FM)
    • Design and Decision Support Systems
    • Integration in Smart Cities
    • Smart Sensing Technologies
    • Game engines, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
    • Interactive Modelling
    • LEAN modelling and BIM for (LEAN) management
    • BIM data for (pre)fabrication

Programma

OpenBIM is an open symposium about connecting BIM (Building Information Modelling) with simulation, sensor, GIS, heritage, prefabrication,global sustainability and facility management data .
The symposium is structured as a conference, at which every paper is presented by its author(s). There is time for questions and discussion at each presentation. Presentations and papers are in English.

All presentations and papers can be found on the download page.

The event was held on March 21st  2017 in Ghent @ “Het Communicatiehuis

  • 9u: welcome to the academic session (with coffee!)
  • 9u30-10u15:
    invited lecture – Sara Eloy – ISCTE Lisbon University Institute
    Immersive environments and multimodal interaction for the design process

 

 

  • 10u15-10u30: coffee
  • 10u30-12u: academic sessions – 4 presentations
    1. Phillip Geyer (KULeuven) – presentation by Sundar Singaravel
      Evaluation of building design variants in early phases on the basis of adaptive detailing strategies and system-based simulation of energy flows for such models
    2. Sanne Maekelberg (KULeuven)
      (Re-)Creating the past: digital historical reconstructions using BIM
    3. Pieter Pauwels (UGent)
      Linkede Data
    4. Ruben Van de Walle (Howest)
      When BIM becomes LEAN
  • 12u-13u: lunch
  • 13u00-13u45:
    invited lecture – Tala Kasim – Aston University
    BIM for Sustainable Construction

 

 

  • 13u45-15u00: academic sessions – 5 presentations
    1. Stefan Boeykens (KULeuven & D-Studio)
      Evolution of D-Studio Middleware technology for BIM integration
    2. Peggy Bovens (PB Calc & Consult)
      Development code, keeping in touch with location throughout the whole Life Cycle Cost
    3. Michiel Houwen (Howest)
      Sector Innovating Virtual & Augmented Reality
    4. Mario Matthys (City of Ghent)
      A “3D-game engine” : output-interface for BIM-data
    5. Bram Van Londersele (Meet-Het)
      Documenting the Gruuthuse Prayers’ Chapel in the city of Bruges (BE)
  • 15u00-15u30: plenary closing session (academic part)
  • 16u00-20u: industrial evening BIM
    Introduction: Pieter Pauwels (UGent) & Ruben Van de Walle (Howest)
    Organisation and program: BIM-platform

Organisation Committee

Ruben Van de Walle, BIM-lab @ Howest – Bachelor in Applied Architecture, HOWEST

 

 

 Pieter Vandewalle, research liaison @ Howest – Bachelor in Applied Architecture, HOWEST

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