CIBSE Building Simulation Awards
Building Simulation Awards 2019
CIBSE BSG is pleased to open entries for the Building Simulation Awards 2019. The shortlisted presentations and award ceremony will be held at the CIBSE Build2Perform event in November 2019 at the London Olympia. There is a main prize of £1,000 and additional prizes for runners up and international entries.
All entries are peer-reviewed by a panel of experts from the CIBSE Building Simulation Group, who will then select six entries for the live presentations and judging at Build2Perform. Round 1 entry form can be found here https://forms.gle/yGFrgzzybB4G2ZLB7.
Deadline for submission is Friday 27th September 2019.
The Building Simulation Group (BSG) of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), supports and encourages the application of advanced building simulation tools for building and system design. It has an aim to drive best practices in building simulation primarily through organizing events, was previously heavily involved in the AM11 publication and is currently examining opportunities for certification in this field. In 2012 the Group initiated an annual prize open to postgraduate students from UK and overseas universities who undertake a research project at Master’s level or equivalent which included a major element involving the application of building simulation tools in their research. In 2018 the prize event format has been changed to focus upon the use of building simulation in industry projects in order to encourage high end usage, R&D and innovation in project-applied building simulation techniques.
Past Building Simulation Award results:
2018 - Winner: Shikha Bhardwaj, chapmanbdsp - Shenzhen World Exhibition and Conference Centre
2016 - Winner: Sajal Chowdhury, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan
2015 - Winner: Eugenio Garcia,University of Central Lancashire
2014 - Winner: Fernando Vásquez Rodríguez, University of Reading
2013 - Winner: Rengweixin Chen, University of Cambridge
2012 - Winner: Yair Schwartz, University College London