To celebrate Physibel turns 35 year, we are hosting a seminar on Thermal Building Physics simulation. Join us on Friday, November 8th in the ZEBRASTRAAT conference centre in Ghent, for a day filled with insightful discussions and knowledge-sharing.



• Climate change and impact on building design for Europe, prof. Steven Caluwaerts (UGent)
• Thermal breakage of glass under solar radiation, Mr. Minwei Wang (AGC Glass Europe)
• Energy-efficient double-skin facades: case studies, Mrs. Karin Lamberts (Permasteelisa Group)
• Thermal component modelling in the daily practice of an Architectural & Engineering office, Mrs. Maaike Berckmoes (SWECO)
• Evaluation of the pipe pitch of a floor heating system in Korean apartment housings, Mr. Jong Sung Lee (LH, Korea)
• Exploring the applicability of the Excitation Pulse Method for U-value testing of cavity walls, Mrs. Andrea Hellerman (WJE, USA)
• Development of a U-Value in-situ measurement kit, Mr. Kamel Zibouche (CSTB, France)
• Panel discussion on Thermal Bridge Legislation (moderator Mr. Wout Parys, Physibel)
- UK (Mr. George Higgs, Building NRG)
- France (Mr. Franck Leguillon, CSTB)
- Belgium (Mr. Tom Henderyckx, VEKA)
- The Netherlands  (Mr. Guido Lammerink, DGMR)
- USA (Mrs. Andrea Hellerman, WJE)
- Passivhaus (Mr. Adrian Muskatewitz, Passivhaus Institut Germany)
• Thermal simulation to enhance energy efficiency and comfort in heritage projects, prof. Staf Roels (KU Leuven)
• Automatic simulation of the thermal performance of window frames, Mr. Arnaud Bemou (Reynaers)
• Thermal analysis of curtain wall systems – a parametric study, prof. Nathan Van den Bossche (UGent)
• Doors open at 8.30h
• First presentation starts at 9.00h
• Network lunch 12.30h-14h
• Closing reception 16.30h-18.00h


The seminar is organised on November 8th at the ZEBRASTRAAT conference center

Zebrastraat 32/001  -  9000 Ghent (Belgium)