Organisers



Organisers


Organisers


Organisers


 

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Keynote Sessions
Building Hong Kong into a Sustainable and Liveable City
Mr Matthew CHEUNG Kin-chung, GBS, JP
Chief Secretary for Administration, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
The Retrospect and Prospect of the Development of Green Building in China
Mr SU Yunshan
Director-General, Department of Science & Technology and Energy Saving on Buildings, Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, People's Republic of China
The Paris Agreement Meets the Future Where We Need to Be: In Cities that are Crowded, Clean and Connected, with Buildings that are Organic, Efficient and Resilient
Ms Christiana FIGUERES
Vice-Chair, Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy
Infrastructure, Resilience and Sustainable Development   
Prof. Peter GUTHRIE
Professor, Engineering for Sustainable Development, University of Cambridge
Environmental Transformation of the Built Environment   
Prof. Thomas AUER
Managing Director, Transsolar
Professor, Building Technology and Climate Responsive Design, Technical University of Munich
Reframing Environmentalism: Shaping a Positive Future
Dr Raymond COLE
Professor, School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of British Columbia, Canada

 

Plenary Session on Climate Change and Sustainable Development
Hong Kong Government's Initiatives in Combating Climate Change   
Mr WONG Kam-sing, GBS, JP
Secretary for the Environment, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
The Paris Agreement Is a Blueprint for a Comprehensive Economic and Technological Transformation in the Way We Live, Move and Work, and Buildings Are at the Nexus of This Revolution 
Ms Christiana FIGUERES
Vice-Chair, Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy
City Actions to Achieve Global Climate and Sustainable Development Objectives   
Ms Jennifer LAYKE
Director, Global Energy Program, World Resources Institute
Addressing National Housing Needs: Risks and Opportunities for the Environment   
Mr Gregor HERDA
Regional Housing Advisor, United Nations Human Settlement Programme (UN-Habitat)
Energy Technology Perspectives: Transitions to Sustainable Buildings   
Mr John DULAC
Energy Technology Policy Building Sector Lead, International Energy Agency
Survey on Effective Actions for Mitigating Climate Change   
Mr Nils LARSSON
Executive Director, International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment
Mainstreaming Sustainable Building and Construction - Collaboration Opportunities in the UN 10YFP on Sustainable Consumption and Production   
Mr Pekka HUOVILA
Coordinator, The 10YFP Programme on Sustainable Buildings and Construction
Engaging the Private Sector to Transform Our Cities   
Mr Roland HUNZIKER
Director, Sustainable Buildings & Cities, World Business Council for Sustainable Development

 

Roundtable 1: Emerging Perspectives for Transforming the Built Environment
Introduction 
Prof. Thomas LÜTZKENDORF
Director, Centre for Real Estate; Head of Chair, Sustainable Management of Housing and Real Estate, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Winning the Battle Against Climate Change 
Ar. TAI Lee Siang
Chair, WorldGBC
An Emerging Trend of Green Building Development in China
Prof. WANG Youwei
Chairman, China Green Building Council
Towards Buildings as Active Agents in Low Carbon Cities
Prof. Arno SCHLUETER
Professor, Architecture and Building Systems ETH Zurich; Principal Investigator, Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore ETH Centre
Disruptive Innovations Transforming Sustainable Built Environment 
Ar. Bryant LU
Vice Chairman, Ronald Lu and Partners

 

Roundtable 2: Leadership Driving for the Sustainable Built Environment
Why We Should be Assessing Building Performance from the Point of View of the Users and How It Can Be Done 
Dr George BAIRD
Emeritus Professor, Building Science, School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington
 
Mr Douglas Woo
Chairman & Managing Director, Wheelock and Company Ltd.
Innovative and Transformative Leadership in The Built Environment – The Cynefin Decision-making Framework And The Search for Tipping Points 
Prof. Greg FOLIENTE
Enterprise Professor, University of Melbourne; Regional Director in Asia-Pacific, iiSBE; Founding Director, nBLue Pty Ltd
Singapore’s Drive towards A Sustainable Tropical City 
Mr TAN Tian-chong
Deputy Managing Director, Built Environment Research and Innovation Institute, Building and Construction Authority
Building Inclusive and Sustainable Communities through Transit Integration
Mr Lincoln LEONG
Chief Executive Officer, MTR Corporation

 

Platinum Sponsor's Sharing
Why The World Needs Asia To Get It Right  
Mr Sean CHIAO
President, Asia Pacific, AECOM
Creative Transformation  
Ir Dr Raymond YAU
General Manager, Technical Services & Sustainable Development, Swire Properties Ltd., Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 1.1: Mainland China Session - The Comprehensive Scheme on Green Retrofitting and Performance Enhancement of Existing Buildings in China
The Roadmap on the Development of Comprehensive Scheme on Green Retrofitting and Performance Enhancement of Existing Buildings in China
YIN Bo
Director, Division of Science and Technology, China Academy of Building Research
The Appropriate Technologies and Practical Case Study on Green Retrofitting the Residential Dwellings in the Severe Cold Climatic Zone in China
JIANG Yiqiang
Professor, School of Municipal and Environmental Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology
The Appropriate Technologies and Case Studies on Green Retrofitting the Healthcare Facilities in China
DI Yanqiang
Head of Division, Division of Construction Technologies, China Building Technique Group Co., Ltd.
The Case Studies and Technology Advancements on Green Retrofitting the Office Buildings in China
ZHAO Li
Deputy Head, Division of Research and Development, China Academy of Building Research
The Study of Energy Efficiency and Retro-Commissioning for Existing Large-scale Public Buildings
ZHU Neng
Professor, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tianjin University

 

Session 1.2: Regional Session - Czech Republic, Italy, Sweden and Switzerland
SBE16 Prague 
Antonin LUPISEK
Czech Technical University in Prague, University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings, Czech Republic
SBE16 Torino 
Andrea MORO
President, iiSBE Italia, Italy
SBE16 Malmö 
Roland ZINKERNAGEL
Lund University, Sweden
SBE16 Zurich
Guillaume HABERT
Professor, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

 

Session 1.3: Regional Session – Australia, Mainland China, Singapore, South Korea and Philippines
Filter Facade
Ferdinand OSWALD
Institute of Architecture Technology, Graz University of Technology, Austria
The Impact of Double Skin Façade on the Energy Consumption of Office Buildings under the Tropical Brazilian Climate
Kenneth IP
Principal Lecturer, University of Brighton, United Kingdom
Climate-Adaptive and Optimized Building Envelope Designs in East Asia
Kevin WAN
Engineer, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
Folded Cardboard Sandwiches for Load-bearing Architectural Components  
Stephan SCHÜTZ
Research Assistant, Architect, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany
Multistorey Frame System for Energy Efficient Buildings  
Vlastimil BILEK
ZPSV a.s., Uhersky Ostroh, Czech Republic

 

Session 1.4: Practices Review of High-Performance Green Buildings
When will Hong Kong Build its First Passive House? - Concepts and Case Studies around Asia Show Great Possibilities for Energy Savings 
Anne JACOBS
Senior Expert, Sustainable Construction, BASF, Hong Kong SAR
Insights into Green Hotels: Case Studies 
Duygu ERTEN
Principal, TURKECO Consulting, Turkey
Building Energy Efficiency in Hong Kong: Case Study of a Commercial Building with BEAM Plus Provisional Platinum Rating (Existing Buildings) 
POON Ka-man
Business Environment Council Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Application of Elemental Embodied Carbon Prediction Model for Buildings   
Srinath PERERA
Professor of Built Environment & Construction Management, Western Sydney University, Australia
Exploring Risks and Rewards Associated with High Performance Manufactured Buildings
Karlson Charles HARGROVES
Senior Research Fellow, Curtin University, Australia

 

Session 1.5: SBE Assessments - Green Neighbourhoods (1) 
LEED Certification and the New Standard of Sustainable Construction in Colombia
Andres PELAEZ
Architect, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia
Comparison Study of China’s Eco-City Key Performance Indicator Systems
DENG Wu
Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China, Mainland China
A Human-Oriented Study of The Assessment Method for Sustainable Urban District in China - Comparison of LEED Neighbourhood Development, BREEAM Community, CASBEE-Cities and DGNB Urban Districts 
Edison ZHANG Zhidong
Director, GB Tech Consulting Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Reducing the Impacts of the Built environment on the Environment through the Integration of Socio-economic Indicators in Certification Standards 
Francesco CAPPAI
Civil Engineer, GRIDD-ÉTS École de technologie supérieure, Canada
Development of a Comprehensive City Assessment Tool Applicable to Various Type of Cities Around the World: CASBEE-City (worldwide use version)
Shun KAWAKUBO
Assistant Professor, Hosei University, Japan

 

Session 1.6: Innovations Driving for Greener Policies and Standards - Microclimate
The Potential of Applying Local Climate Zone for the Sustainable Planning in Urban Built Environment 
CHEN Yu-cheng
Department of Architecture, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Building Envelopes and their Impact on Our Urban Thermal Environment 
MAING Minjung
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Urban Geometry and Wind Simulation Studies for Comfort in Bangkok Street Canyon 
Pattaranan TAKKANON
Professor, Kasetsart University, Thailand
Research of Urban Heat Island (UHI) in Shenzhen Based on Climatic Design and Urban Planning Strategies 
YU Wenjuan
Sustainable Design Assistant, Ronald Lu and Partners (Hong Kong) Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Influence of Moving Vehicles on Pollutant Dispersion in Street Canyon – A Numerical Study 
ZHANG Wenjing
Division of Building Science and Technology, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 1.7: Vision-led Sustainable Neighborhoods: Myths and Musts 
 
Albert KB CHAN
Director of Development Planning & Design, Shui On Land

Dr Belinda YUEN
Professorial Fellow and Research Director, Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
What Makes a Resilient Neighborhood?  
Claire BONHAM-CARTER
Principal and Director of Sustainable Development, Design and Planning, AECOM, United States of America

Raymond LEE
Director of Planning, Planning Department, Government of the HKSAR

 

Session 1.8: Innovations for Occupant Wellbeing (1) 
Research and Development of Noise Mitigation Measures for Public Housing Development in Hong Kong 
John HL HO
Chief Civil Engineer, Hong Kong Housing Authority, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Estimating Typhoon Haiyan's Wind Speeds Using Windicators and Post-Storm Wind Vulnerability Analysis on the Affected Areas 
Joshua AGAR
Civil Engineer, University of Philippines Diliman, Philippines
Outdoor Lighting Quality and Glare Rating Evaluation of Night-time Community Parks 
KUO Poyen
Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan
Better Places for People: Health and Wellbeing Measurement Methods in Workplaces 
Cristina Engel ALVAREZ
Professor/Coordinator, Laboratório de Planejamento e Projetos, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil
Development of a Home Indoor and Outdoor Environment Visualization System
Yusuke NAKAJIMA
Professor, Kogakuin University, Japan

 

Session 1.9: Practices & Methodologies for Green Building Management (1)
Incorporating Sustainability Criteria in Commercial Workplace Fit-out Guidelines for a Banking Operation 
James WONG Pow-chew
Program Manager, RMIT University, Australia
Adopting Green Building Concepts in Housing Estate Development Projects in Abuja F.C.T., Nigeria: Exploring The Potentialities Of End-Users’ Preferences 
Salisu Gidado DALIBI
Business School of Hohai University Nanjing, Mainland China
Project Management Strategies for Green Business Parks: Critical Success Factors, Barriers and Solutions
SHAN Ming
Research Fellow, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Smart, Green + Productive Workplace 
Simone SKOPEK
JLL, Canada

 

Session 1.10: Green Infrastructure in SBE - Hong Kong Cases
Implementing the Beautification and Sustainable Designs for the Harbour Area Treatment Scheme (HATS) Stage 2A 
Andrew LAI
Resident Engineer, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
Building Water Resilience in Sustainable Neighbourhoods: A Progressive Shift in Hong Kong
Edmond WF LIU
Senior Engineer, Water Supplies Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Integrating Water Management Facilities into The Built Environment - A Smart Green Resilient Approach 
Kenneth KWOK
Associate Director, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
Driving Innovations For Green Infrastructure Components 
Nicholas AU
Hong Kong Housing Authority, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Sustainable Engineering Practices in Landslip Prevention and Mitigation Works in Hong Kong
Patrick HO Ho-man
Geotechnical Engineer, Civil Engineering and Development Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 1.11: Processes, Design, Tools and Methodologies in SBE (1) 
Does the Sequence Matter? - Investigating the Impact of the Order of Design Decisions on the Life Cycle Performance 
Julia TSCHETWERTAK
Researcher, Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany
Rethinking Architectural Passive Cooling Strategies in New Zealand’s Non-residential Building Stock 
Lesley METIBOGUN
Doctoral Candidate, School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Building in Existing Contexts – Densification
Paul FLOERKE
Associate Professor, Associate Chair, Department of Architectural Science, Ryerson University, Canada
Problems and Prospects of Urban Compaction–A Case of Jaipur City 
Sakshi BANSAL
Urban Planner, Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur, India
Where Planning Regulations and Development Practice Collide; the Multi-storey Apartment Building in SubTropical Brisbane Australia  
Rosemary Jean KENNEDY
Queensland University of Technology, Australia

 

Session 1.12: Regenerating Urban Space in Neighbourhoods
Cultivating a Village Impulse in the Midst of Warsaw, the Jazdów Settlement of Finnish Houses 
Dariusz ŚMIECHOWSKI
Senior Lecturer, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland
Productive Transforming of the Urban Traffic Space 
HAN Dan
Tianjin University, Mainland China
Nature-based Urban Space Transformation 
Kristin BARBEY
Lecturer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Historic Relationship Between Urban Dwellers and the Tomebamba River 
M. Augusta HERMIDA
Professor, Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador
Transformation from River Channelisation to River Revitalisation 
Richard LEUNG Wah-ming
Senior Engineer, Drainage Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 1.13: Healthy and Sustainable Building for Resilient Future
Green Buildings - The Foundation for Sustainable Development
Calvin Lee KWAN
General Manager- Sustainability, Link Asset Management Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Nan Fung's Corporate Initiative for New and Revitalization Development
Samuel WONG
Deputy General Manager, Project Dpt., Nan Fung Development Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Leading Edge Trend for Resilient Future Building Design
Dr Vincent CHENG
Director of Building Sustainability, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
Exemplar Next Generation Commercial Development - NKIL6512
Bing KWAN
Director, P&T Architects and Engineers Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Alvin LO
Associate Director of Building Sustainability, Arup, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 2.1: Mainland China Session - Green Building Design and Technological Challenges of Eco Skyscraper in China
Evaluation of Green Skyscraper Buildings in China
SONG Ling
Deputy Director, Center for Science and Technology & Industrialization Development, Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of the P.R. China (MOHURD)
Energy Saving Potential of Air-conditioning System with Low-Grade Energy Bus in Skyscrapers
LI Xianting
Professor, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University
In Pursuit of Excellence: Sustainable High-performance Skyscrapers
ZHANG Bolun
Director, East China Architectural Design and Research Institute
Green Design and Facility Management Systems in Shanghai Tower
YANG Jianrong
Deputy Director, Shanghai Research Institute of Building Sciences (SRIBS)

 

Session 2.2: Regional Session – Turkey, Greece, Malta and Egypt
SBE16 Istanbul 
Aygen ERKAL
Secretary General, Türkiye İMSAD- Association of Turkish Construction Material Producers
SBE16 Thessaloniki 
Aikaterini TSIKALOUDAKI
Associate Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
SBE16 Malta
Ruben Paul BORG
University of Malta
SBE16 Cairo
Wafaa NADIM
Architecture Program, German University Cairo, Egypt

 

Session 2.3: Advanced Building Systems
Remarkable Energy Retrofit for Existing Buildings by Advanced Fan Technology: Electronically Commutated Motor Plug Fan
Isaac TSANG Siu-chung
Assistant Building Services Manager, Swire Properties Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Low Temperature Radiant Cooling Design and Application in Tropical/ Sub-Tropical Countries  
Paul CHAN Yim-cheong
Director, Wong & Ouyang (Building Services) Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Hybrid Air-conditioning System Efficiency for Districts in the Tropics
HSIEH Shanshan
Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore ETH Center, Singapore; Chair of Architecture and Building Systems, ETH Zurich, Switzerland; Industrial Process and Energy Systems Engineering Group, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Evaluation of Saving Energy with SOFC and Battery Combined System  
Takeshi SASE
Cooperative Researcher, Building Research Institute, Japan

 

Session 2.4: Policies for High-Performance Green Buildings
Demystifying and Democratizing The Energy Use Conversation to Support The Net-Zero Challenge 
Birgit SIBER
Diamond Schmitt Architects, Canada
Mike WILLIAMS
Rowan Williams Davies & Irwin Inc.
Building Energy Saving Strategy in Hong Kong - "Built-in" + "Plug-in" 
CHIU Chun-ting
Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
How Sustainable Are the Quality Control Procedures for Constructions in Europe? 
Frits MEIJER
Senior Researcher, TU Delft / Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, The Netherlands
Policy Scenarios of Zero Carbon Building for Hong Kong: To Survive or To Lead? 
PAN Mi
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
A Discussion on the Benefits of Environment Performance of the Promotion of Kaohsiung Green Building Specialties Policy 
CHAO Chien-chiao
Director General, Bureau of Public Works, Kaohsiung City Government, Taiwan

 

Session 2.5: SBE Assessments – Green Neighbourhoods (2)
Value Management as a Tool for Delivering Sustainable Rail Projects
Clinton Ohis AIGBAVBOA
University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Calculation Methodology of GHG Emissions from a Low Carbon Urban Development in an Underdevelopment Country – Case Study from a LEED ND Certified project in São Paulo City/Brazil.
Maria Carolina FUJIHARA
University of São Paulo, Brazil
A Stakeholder-based Assessment Model (SAM) for Resource-efficiency Measures in the Construction Industry 
Richard Carl MÜLLER
Research Associate, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; Institute for Industrial Production, Germany
Comparative Rich-Picture-Diagram for Assessment of Building Sustainability Labels
Sasha Nikolaus CISAR
Chair of Sustainable Construction, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
More Than Green: The DGNB Certification System for Sustainable Buildings and Districts 
Prof. Thomas AUER
Managing Director & Founder, Transsolar; Professor, Building Technology and Climate Responsive Design, Technical University of Munich, Germany

 

Session 2.6: Innovations Driving for Greener Policies and Standards – Carbon Assessment
Building Carbon Footprint (BCF) Method for Nearly Zero-Energy Building Design Assessment 
CHAO Yu-chan
Assistant Professor, Feng Chia University, Taiwan
Integrated Residential Household Energy Consumption and GHG Emissions Modelling at Metropolitan Scale 
Raul MARINO
Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne, Australia
Building Life Cycle Carbon Emissions: A Review 
TENG Yue
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
How Carbon Metric Standard Could Facilitate Innovation for Reduction of GHG Emission from Buildings? 
Tomonari YASHIRO
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Climate Action Planning Strategies for Achieving Carbon Neutrality and Net Zero Campus Operation 
Vuk VUJOVIC
Director of Sustainability & Energy, Legat Architects, United States of America

 

Session 2.7: Deep Energy Saving and Other Innovative Green Measures for Commercial Buildings in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Overseas
Sustainability Strategies on Deep Energy Saving and Energy Management of Property Developer  
Ir Dr Raymond YAU
General Manager, Technical Services & Sustainable Development, Swire Properties Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Overview of Building Energy Efficiency in China and the Upcoming Trend  
Dr WEI Qingpeng
Building Energy Research Center, Tsinghua University, Beijing
Cost & Value: Multiple Benefits of Green Commercial Buildings in Western Countries  
Prof. Phil JONES
Chair Architectural Science, Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, United Kingdom; Visiting Research Professor, Faculty of Architecture, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
YKK80 High Efficiency Building - Radiant Control Both Outside and Inside  
Dr Kitaro MIZUIDE
General Manager, M&E Design Department of NIKKEN SEKKEI, Japan
Performance Synergy from Integrated Design, Construction and Operation. Case Study on a High Performance Grade A Office - Swire One Taikoo Place  
Dr Vincent CHENG
Director of Building Sustainability, Arup, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 2.8: Innovations for Occupant Wellbeing (2)
Outdoor to Indoor Air Quality in Urban Environment
Alexis LAU Kai-hon
Professor, Division of Environment, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR
Redesigning Long-Term Senior Care: Design Solutions to Facilitate Different Levels of Care Needs in Senior Housing - Using Hong Kong's Latest Senior Housing as Example
Ar. Bryant LU
Vice Chairman, Ronald Lu and Partners (Hong Kong) Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Occupant-Related Energy Use: a Qatar Office Case Study
Chimay J. ANUMBA
Dean & Professor, University of Florida, United States of America
Purifying City Air in Densely Urban Environment
Jimmy CK TONG
Associate & East Asia Energy Skill Leader, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
A Healthy and Sustainable Living Environment – LOHAS
Josh CHENG
Building Sustainability Consultant, Arup, Taiwan

 

Session 2.9 Practices & Methodologies for Green Building Management (1)
Green + Smart Buildings 
Jiri SKOPEK
Managing Director, JLL, Canada; 2030 Districts
Challenges in Realizing Green Building Concepts in Trade and Industry Tower
Joanna WAI
Senior Project Manager, Architectural Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Daniel NG
Contract Manager, Guardian Property Management Limited, Hong Kong SAR
The Perceptible Impacts of Building Envelope on Other Green Building Features: “A Review” 
Salisu Gidado DALIBI
Business School of Hohai University Nanjing, Mainland China
Investigating Critical Safety Performance Factors in Green Building Construction Projects: The Case of Singapore
SHAN Ming
Research Fellow, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Green Interior Renovation by Architectural Services Department
Vetus LAU
Director, Llewelyn Davies Hong Kong Ltd., Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 2.10: Transforming SBE Practices – Energy Management (1) 
Development of an Integrated Energy Simulation Tool for Buildings and MEP Systems, the BEST - A Pilot Study on Simulation of Demand Response with Cogeneration Systems
Ryota KUZUKI
Acting General Manager, Energy Strategy Planning Department, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., Japan
Driving Ultimate Building Performance through Smart E&M Systems for Sustainable Built Environment 
CHAN Yiu-hon
Senior Engineer, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
A Case Study to Automate Demand Response on a University Campus 
Thomas Mark LAWRENCE
University of Georgia, United States of America
Short-term Load Forecasting Model with Predicted Weather Data 
ZHU Guangya
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 2.11: Processes, Design, Tools and Methodologies in SBE
Decision Making in the Pre-design Stage of Building Renovation Projects
Anne N NIELSEN
Aalborg University, Denmark; University College of Northern Denmark, Denmark
A Holistic Thriving Design Approach 
Dennis LEE
Managing Director, ARCHITECTURE:INNOVATIV Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Fostering Sustainable Buildings in Indonesia by Foreign Developer for Resilience 
Dennis MUI Heung-fu
(former) Assistant Project Director, Pacific Century Premium Developments Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Reconsidering the Design of High-rise Mass Housing in Tropical Climates – A Case Study in Malaysia
GAN Hock-beng
G&A Architect, Malaysia
FOO Chee-hung
Researcher, Construction Research Institute of Malaysia, Malaysia
Embodied Energy Versus Building Height, The “Premium” of Building Tall
Rolf André BOHNE
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

 

Session 2.12: Process of Urban Regeneration
Energy Benchmarking Tool for Low-Carbon Transformation in Hong Kong: A Scientific Approach and Its Practical Applications 
Benny KM CHOW
Director, Hong Kong Green Building Council Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Sustainability Assessment of Energy Systems - German Experience
Lisa ANDES
Institute of Sustainable Management of Housing and Real Estate (OEW), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Creating Methods, Procedures and Tools for a More Sustainable Neighbourhood Development – Experiences from Germany 
Maria BALOUKTSI
Researcher, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
How Can We Assess the Achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals? – A Review of Indicators and Their Application at the City Level 
Roland ZINKERNAGEL
Lund University, Sweden

 

Session 2.13: Powering Up Smart City 
Powering Up for Brighter Tomorrows
Eric CHEUNG
Senior Director – Customer & Business Development, CLP Power (Hong Kong) Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Big Data Era for Building Management
Amen TONG
General Manager, Technical Services, Airport Authority Hong Kong
Smart Power Control for Peak Load Compensation
Clement WONG
Head of Facility Management Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
How Hong Kong to be a Data Centre Hub in Asia in the Next Decade
Charles LEE
Founder and CEO OneAsia Network Limited & Newtech Technology Co Ltd.

 

Session 2.14: Sustainability Assessment of Buildings as Part of Green-Public Procurement Based on the German BNB-System 
Introduction 
Prof. Thomas LÜTZKENDORF
Director, Centre for Real Estate; Head of Chair, Sustainable Management of Housing and Real Estate, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
The Assessment System for Sustainable Building BNB by Taking the Example of the Complete Refurbishment BNB Module for Educational Buildings 
Julia MÜLLER
Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR), Germany
Sustainable Building Assessment System for Research- and Laboratory buildings - Austrian and Swiss Perspective on the BNB Applicability 
Alexander PASSER
Assistant Professor, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Natural Resources and Sustainability 
Eike ROSWAG-KLINGE
Ziegert Roswag Seiler Architekten
PL·E·N·AR Planning Aid for Energy Efficient and Sustainable Architecture 
Günter LÖHNERT
sol·id·ar planungswerkstatt, Germany

 

Session 3.1: Mainland China Session - Turning Green to Gold – Green Practices for Urbanization in China
Stereoscopic Garden-green Building Reflecting Humanistic Spirit
QIU Baoxing
Counsellor of Counsellor’s Office of the State Council, PRC
The Actions and Challenges of Shenzhen's Response to Climate Change
TANG Jie
Professor, School of Economics and Management, Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen)
Policy and Practice of Green Low-carbon Development in Shenzhen Construction
ZHANG Xuefan
Director, Bureau of Housing & Construction of Shenzhen Municipality
Vanke's Green Practice in Urban Upgrading
WANG Yun
Vice President, China Vanke Co., Ltd.
Enhance the Green Building Development by Credit Enhancement of Green Insurance
Kevin MO
Managing Director, Paulson Institute Representative Office
Panel Discussion
All speakers & HUA Ying, Associate Professor, Department of Design and Environmental Analysis, The Cornell University

 

Session 3.2: International Youth Competition (1)
Presentation of 8 Shortlisted Teams
Q & A
Final Judging by International Jury Panel

 

Session 3.3: Advanced Building Systems – Energy Generation (1)
Analysis of Fourth-Generation District Energy Systems with Renewable Energy Cogeneration by Using Rational Exergy Management Model
Birol KILKIS
Baskent University, Turkey
The Application of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells in Buildings for Electricity, Heating and Cooling Tri-generation Using Natural Gas or Bio-gas from Waste
WANG Qiancheng
Department of Building Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
Building and Community Energy Retrofit Housing in Wales  
LI Xiaojun
Research Associate, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Geothermal District Heating Investigation of Retired Oil/Gas Wells as Higher-temperature Renewable Heat Sources  
GUO Hongshan
Princeton University, United States of America

 

Session 3.4: Policies for High-Performance Green Buildings (2)
Baseline and Water Efficiency for Green Building in Taiwan
CHENG Cheng-li
Dean of Design College; President of AIT, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
A Comparative Study on Economic Policies for Construction and Demolition Waste Minimization 
Jack CP CHENG
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR
Using Supply Chain Management for Sustainable Public Procurement
Johannes WALL
Graz University of Technology, Austria
Innovative Measures to Protect Residential Developments from Traffic Noise - Hong Kong Experience
LAU Kwok-keung
Principal Environmental Protection Officer, Environmental Protection Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Energy Efficiency for a Sustainable Built Environment in Nigeria  
Susanne GEISSLER
SERA energy & resources, Austria

 

Session 3.5: Performance Review of Green Buildings (1)
Strategic Study on the Benefit Evaluation of Solar Photovoltaic Promotion Policy in Kaohsiung
CHAO Chien-chiao
Director General, Bureau of Public Works, Kaohsiung City Government, Taiwan
A Baseline Study on Thermal Performance of Prefabricated Modular Buildings in Australia 
Sareh NAJI
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Energy Saving Potential of Thermal Broken Fenestration System in Hot Climate Counties
Simon WONG
Technoform Bautec Hong Kong Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Potentials of Energy Efficiency and Generation Strategies for High-rise Office Buildings in Hong Kong
YU Cong
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Effect of Corridor Design on Energy Consumption for School Buildings in the Cold Climate 
ZHANG Anxiao
Tianjin University, Mainland China; Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

 

Session 3.6: Innovations Driving for Greener Policies and Standards – Practices Review 
Leap forward or Snail Speed? Examining Radical Sustainable Innovation  
Christian KOCH
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
The Progress of Energy Renovations of Housing in The Netherlands  
Henk VISSCHER
Professor, Delft University of Technology-Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, The Netherlands
Evaluation of Using BEAM-PLUS to Facilitate Waste Reduction in Building Construction
Lara Celine JAILLON
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Energy, Comfort and Cost Optimization of A Net-Zero Energy Building in Berlin  
Olaf BOETTCHER
Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development, Germany
Modelling the Built Environment Element by Element: Uncovering Greenhouse Gas Intensive Policies and Structures with a New Visualisation Tool
Verena GÖSWEIN
Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal

 

Session 3.7: High Performance Transportation Hubs: Their Critical Role and Requirements?
Does Your Building Have a Future?  
Marc COLELLA
Industry Director, Building Structures Practice Lead, Australia and New Zealand, AECOM, Australia
Hong Kong International Airport - A High Performance Transportation Hub By Design  
Kevin POOLE
Executive Director, Third Runway, Airport Authority Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
WELL - Healthy Spaces For People  
Tony ARMSTRONG
Asia Pacific Representative, International WELL Building Institute

 

Session 3.8: Innovative Practices for Occupant Wellbeing – Bioclimatic Design
Bringing Sustainable Neighbourhood Design into Reality–Case Sharing by Brickell City Centre, Miami  
Benny AU
Sustainable Development Manager, Swire Properties Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
On the Study of Shading Effect of Different Paving Materials Inside a Park  
CK CHAU
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
Passive Design Strategies for Building Envelopes in Different Orientations
Elizabeth PARRA
PVG Arquitectos, Colombia
An Integrated Urban Microclimate and Building Energy Model for Early Stage Design
HUANG Jianxiang
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Re-Thinking Courtyard Housing: Development of Traditional Islamic Courthouses into Zero-Energy Buildings  
Osama Mohamed OMAR
Assistant Professor of Architecture, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

 

Session 3.9: Practices & Methodologies for Green Building Management (3)
Life Story of the Repurposed Shipping Container
Alice LF YEUNG
Chief Architect, Architectural Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Factors Influencing Human Capability to Practice Sustainability in Facilities Management (FM) – A Review
Fathima Sabrina NAZEER
University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
Sustainable Construction: Quality of Life of Construction Workers in Private sector: Case Study of L.P.N. Development Public Co., Ltd.  
Pimchanok SRIRUTTRAKUL
Wisdom Consulting and Solution, Thailand
Mining for Resources: Problem-oriented Building Information Management and Development of Agile Facility Management Methodologies Through Industry-University-Public Collaborations
Yu MORISHITA
Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Development of MERIT and Normalization Factor for Different Operating Hours for Building Energy Intensity (BEI)
Kevin HOR
Edgenta Energy Services PLC, Malaysia

 

Session 3.10: Transforming SBE Practices – Energy Management (2)
Dynamic CO2 and Occupancy Modelling for Predictive Control  
Alexandros PANTAZARAS‎
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Retro-commissioning Practice and In-depth Analysis Leading to Efficiency Optimization on HVAC Systems: Case Study on A Retail Mall in China  
Jean QIN
Building Services Manager, Swire Properties Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Study of Chiller Part Load Values for Hong Kong and Subtropical Climate
LEUNG Wai-ho
Senior Engineer, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
HVAC System Design and Operation Performance of a Low-Carbon High-Rise Tenant Office Building Located in Tokyo  
Yuichi TAKEMASA
General Manager, Kajima Technical Research Institute Singapore, Singapore
Optimizing Energy Efficiency for a High Rise Office Tower in Tropics  
NG Yong-kong
NYK Engineering and Trading Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

 

Session 3.11: BIM for Sustainability (1)
BIM Based Deep Building Renovation Optimization for Sustainability  
HUANG Lizhen
Associate Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Integrating BIM for Sustainable Planning, Design, Construction and Facility Management for Hong Kong’s Public Housing Development  
Lawrence KW CHUNG
Assistant Director of Housing (Development and Construction), Hong Kong Housing Authority, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
BIM Enabled Life Cycle Environmental Analysis for a Small Scale Zero Energy House
LI Qiyuan
School of Architecture,Tianjin University, Mainland China
The Use of FTA (Fault Tree Analysis) to Evaluate the Contribution of BIM Platform to the Environmental Quality on Rehabilitated Buildings  
Monica Santos SALGADO
Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Sustainable Buildings with BIM  
Peter KONCZ
Sales Manager, GRAPHISOFT Asia Ltd., Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 3.12: Emerging Practices in Sustainable Built Environment 
Acoustics and Lighting Design for Green Building  
Henry CHAN Chi-kee
Associate Director, Allied Environmental Consultants Ltd.
Showcase of Green Campus Development in Hong Kong – A Case Review of Hang Seng Management College’s Master Campus Expansion Plan  
Danica Chan
Environmental Consultant, Allied Environmental Consultants Ltd.
Drive towards Sustainable Development and Management: Case Study on International Commerce Centre  
Andy LAI 
Senior Consultant, Allied Environmental Consultants Ltd.
Intelligence, Collaboration, Continuity – A Case Study of Improving the Environmental Performance of an Office Building
Lewis LAM
Assistant General Manager (Property Management), Kai Shing Management Services Ltd.
Sustainability Strategies in Towngas Headquarters Building  
Nelson LO
Property Management Manager, The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Ltd.

 

Session 3.13: Community Empowerment (1) 
The Strategy of Launching Rural Regeneration in Pingtung County Government
HUNG Chieh-jen
Pingtung County Government, Taiwan
2030 Districts: Putting Ideas into Action  
LI Jiexin
China Lead, 2030 Districts
Jiri SKOPEK
Managing Director, JLL, Canada; 2030 Districts
A Critical Discussion on the Role of Architectural Practice in Development of Rural China: for Living Sustainably  
LI Ke-han
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Retrofit or Behaviour Change? Which Has the Greater Impact on Energy Consumption in Low Income Households?
Melissa JAMES
Senior Experimental Scientist, CSIRO, Australia
Towards a Holistic Methodology: A Practical Approach to Local Energy Planning  
Thomas SCHLUCK
Senior Scientist, Hochschule Luzern, Switzerland

 

Session 3.14: Environmentally Responsive Buildings and Human Interactions
Research and Experiences on Sustainability by ES-SO  
Anders HALL

International Business Development, Somfy International; Chairman, Marketing & Communication, ES-SO (EU Solar Shading Organisation)
The Architect’s View on a Design of More Sustainable and High Performing Facades – and It Works!  
Mark CURZON
Director of Architecture, Fender Katsalidis Mirams Architects
Case Study - Understanding the key learnings from the use of Automated Solar Shading in Sustainable Buildings  
Alistair GRICE
Commercial Specification Manager, Somfy Oceania
Connected Homes: A More Comfortable, Secure and Sustainable Life in the Future  
Jean-Pierre DUMAS
Managing Director, iHome Systems

 

Session 4.1: Mainland China Session - The Development Framework and Professional Best Practices of Healthy Buildings in China
Water is the Essence of Healthy Building
ZENG Ji
Deputy Director, Architectural Design Institute, China Academy of Building Research
The Control and Prevention of Indoor PM2.5 against the Health Risks of Occupants
ZHANG Yinping
School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, China
Development of the China Healthy Building Assessment Standards and its Professional Practices
MENG Chong
Deputy Director, Green Building Research Centre, Chinese Society for Urban Studies, China
Technological Innovations and Best Practices of Healthy Buildings
JIA Yan
Founder & CEO, First Human Environmental Technologies (Beijing) Co., Ltd., China

 

Session 4.2: International Youth Competition (2)
Presentation of 8 Shortlisted Teams
Q & A
Final Judging by International Jury Panel

 

Session 4.3: Advanced Building Systems – Energy Generation (2)
Exergoeconomic Assessment of a Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) System: A Case Study of Yasar University, Izmir, Turkey  
Arif HEPBASLI
Chairman of Energy Systems Engineering Department, Yasar University, Turkey
Variations of Systematic Solutions for 24-hour Operating Sustainable Small-scale Commercial Buildings
Bumpei MAGORI
Project Lecturer, Institute Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo, Japan
Study on the Potential of Converting Former Military Bunkers into Energy Storage Facilities  
Joachim SCHULZE
Research Assistant, Architect M.Sc., Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
An Evaluation of Building Integrated Wind Energy  
Mehmet Koray PEKERICLI
Assistant Professor, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

 

Session 4.4: Processes of High-Performance Green Buildings
What Are The Most Effective Drivers of Sustainable Development in The Decision Making Process  
Hanne Tine Ring HANSEN
Sustainability Engineer, Søren Jensen Consulting Engineers, Denmark
German ÖKOBAUDAT Goes International - An Online Infrastructure for LCA as Basis for International Structures  
Tanja BROCKMANN
Head of Division Construction and Environment, BBSR Federal Inst. for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development, Germany
How Actors Can Implement in Practice the General Principles of Sustainability in Their Buildings and Civil Engineering Projects  
Prof. Thomas LÜTZKENDORF
Director, Centre for Real Estate; Head of Chair, Sustainable Management of Housing and Real Estate, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Driver And Challenges Facing Leadership in Adopting Sustainability in The Built Environment: A Developer’s Perspective
ZHANG Xiaoling
Department of Public Policy, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Analyzing the Reference Flows for Energy Efficient Retrofit of Typical Residential Building in Tianjin, China
LIU Lu
School of Architecture,Tianjin University, Mainland China

 

Session 4.5: Performance Review of Green Buildings (2)
The Importance of Understanding The Material Metabolism of The Built Environment  
Danielle DENSLEY TINGLEY
Lecturer in Architectural Engineering, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Net Environmental Loads of Mineral Admixtures and Portland Blended Cements
Marcella Ruschi SAADE
University of Campinas, Brazil
Embodied Energy and Global Warming Potential in Construction – Perspectives and Interpretations  
Maria BALOUKTSI
Researcher, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Study of Human Embodied Energy for Masonry Work During Building Construction  
Sivakumar PALANIAPPAN
Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India
The Life Cycle Cost-Energy Relationship Of Buildings
WANG Jie
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 4.6: Green Construction Technologies (1)
Watering Type and Water Consuming Assessment of the Green Construction Fence in Taichung City, Taiwan
CHEN Chen-chun
Feng Chia University, Taiwan
Low Carbon Construction Implementation in a Public Housing Development and the Implication to the Life Cycle Decision Making Tool  
Felix WONG Yat-hang
Senior Environmental Consultant, AECOM Asia Co. Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Use of Incineration Bottom Ash for Road Construction in Singapore
Kelvin LEE Yang-pin
Senior Technical Manager, Samwoh Innovation Centre, Singapore
Exploring the Relationships between Construction Phases and Sustainable Construction Principles  
Olabode Emmanuel OGUNMAKINDE
University of Newcastle, Australia

 

Session 4.7: The Secret Ingredients of Sustainable Real Estate Development
Themes/Trends of Sustainable Urban Planning and Sustainable Built Environment  
Christopher LAW
Founding Director, Oval Partnership, Hong Kong SAR
Ingredients of Sustainable Real Estate: Criteria, Transparency, Engagement  
Ruben LANGBROEK
Head of Asia Pacific, GRESB, Singapore
Climate Change and Sustainable Real Estate: The Environmental, Social, and Economic Implications
Liam SALTER
CEO, RESET Carbon
Swire Properties’ Approach to Sustainable Real Estate  
Ir Dr Raymond YAU
General Manager, Technical Services & Sustainable Development, Swire Properties Ltd., Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 4.8: Innovative Biophilic Design for Wellbeing
System Ecology as a Design Tool for Water Resources and its Environmental Education  
DAY Yeong-tyi
Associate Professor, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
Biophilia and Nature-based Features to Support Stress Reduction in Knowledge Workers  
Ann CALLAGHAN
Conestoga College, Canada; Algonquin College, Canada
Pioneering “Comprehensive Urban Landscape Technology” (CULT): An Integrated System Model for Urban Sustainability as Community Amenity in a Compact Urban Environment  
Thomas CHUNG Wang-leung
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Foster a Healthy Community through Active Design & Biophilic Design  
WANG Hong
Executive Director, AECOM Asia Company Ltd., Mainland China

 

Session 4.9: A Collaborative Approach in Delivering Low Carbon Living
Beyond Energy and Resource Efficiency: Sustainable Building in Digital Transformation
Dr Vincent CHENG
Director of Building Sustainability, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
Investing for Longer-term Development: Financing the New Generation in Sustainability
Carl BERRISFORD
UBS Wealth Management, Head of Sustainable Investing, APAC Chief Investment Office, Hong Kong SAR
Creation of Green Neighbourhood
Edwin CHAN
Project Director, New World Development Company Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Tall Buildings and Sustainability
Florence CHAN
Director, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 4.10: Transforming SBE Practices – Energy Management (3)
Energy Data Transparency Benefits to Drive Down of Energy Consumption in A Green Hotel
Antonio CM CHAN
REC Engineering Co., Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
ACT-Shop – A Retro-commissioning Scheme for Existing Buildings in Hong Kong  
Cary CHAN
Executive Director, Hong Kong Green Building Council Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Low-Carbon Building Environment Adaptation Countermeasures of Pingtung County  
CHEN Ping-hung
Pingtung County Government, Taiwan
Impact of Energy Recovery Ventilation on The Ventilation and CO2 Concentration in One Bedroom Condominium in Thailand  
Daranee JAREEMIT
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University, Thailand
Panpisu JULPANWATTANA
Senior Sustainable Designer, Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Ltd., Thailand

 

Session 4.11: BIM for Sustainability (2)
Assessment of Different Data Collection Methods for the Creation of BIM Models for Existing Buildings  
Bjoern Arild GODAGER
Assistant Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Boost Sustainability Certification by Using BIM  
Heinz J. BERNEGGER
Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW, Institute of Facility Management, Switzerland
LCA Integration in BIM Through The Use of Integrated Dynamic Models  
Marios TSIKOS
Civil Engineer, Burohappold Engineering, United Kingdom
Visualising Embodied Impacts Using Building Information Modeling (BIM)  
Martin RÖCK
Scientific Assistant, Working Group Sustainability Assessment - Institute of Technology and Testing of Building Materials - Graz University of Technology, Austria
Lifecycle Evaluation of Building Sustainability Using BIM  
ZHANG Cheng
Assistant Professor, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Mainland China

 

Session 4.12: Healthy Building, Human Comfort & Wellbeing
Healthy Buildings & Energy Performance – A Balancing Act
Eriko TAMURA
Assistant Engineer of Building Sustainability, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
Significance of Sky Gardens for Healthy High-rise Living of Urban Children and Old Adults  
Tony IP
Deputy Director of Sustainable Design, Ronald Lu & Partners (Hong Kong) Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Radon Infiltration in Existing Rented Accommodation  
Torben Valdbjørn RASMUSSEN
Senior Researcher, Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University, Denmark
A Case Study on Industrial Building IEQ Control and Operation Performance Analysis  
WANG Hui
Green Building Engineer, BlueScope Building System (Xi'an) Co., Ltd., Mainland China
Research on the Strategies and Methods in Productive Green Renovation of Existing Urban Communities  
DING Xiaoying
Tianjin University, Mainland China

 

Session 4.13: Community Empowerment (2)
‘Pride the Citizens Action Factor for Resilient Sustainable Cities’ Results of the 2016 Questionnaire Research Under Dutch Amsterdam Council Members  
Fred SANDERS
Researcher and Lecturer, Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, The Netherlands
Enhance Public Sustainability Awareness by Feng Shui  
Patrick LUI Yin-park
Senior Engineer, Cundall Hong Kong Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Social Sustainability  
Stephen YIM
Chief Architect; Development & Standards, Hong Kong Housing Authority, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
The Application of Social Innovation in Designing an Aged Care Centre in Malaysia  
Thomas TANG Sek-khuen
Kuala Lumpur Centre for Sustainable Innovation, Malaysia
Ritualized Place and Community Empower  
Wasana DE SILVA
Senior Lecturer, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka

 

Session 4.14: PolyU Green Deck : A Catalyst for a Green and Vibrant Community
From Grey to Green  
Alex LUI Chun-wan
Chairman, Green Deck Task Force, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
Improving Neighbourhood Sustainability with Landscaping in the Context of Climate Change: A Case Study of the Proposed Green Deck in Hong Kong
Edwin CHAN
Professor, Department of Building and Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
Noise Mitigation Potential of PolyU Green Deck Proposal  
TANG Shiu-keung
Professor, Department of Building Services Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
Effect of Green Deck on Local Air Quality
LEE Shun-cheng
Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
Proposed Green Deck Project: A Framework for Engaging Stakeholders  
Esther YUNG Hiu-kwan
Assistant Professor, Department of Building and Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
“Smart Green Resilient” Integrative Urban Environment
Wilfred LAU
Arup Fellow and Director, Arup, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 5.1: Regional Session – Canada, Brazil-Portugal, The Netherlands, Germany and Tallinn-Helsinki
SBE16 Toronto
Harry Robert BACH
Secretary Treasurer, iiSBE Canada; Director and Treasurer, iiSBE International; Director and Treasurer, Sustainable Buildings Canada
SBE16 Brazil-Portugal  
Cristina Engel ALVAREZ
Professor/Coordinator, Laboratório de Planejamento e Projetos, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil
SBE16 Hamburg  
Prof. Thomas LÜTZKENDORF
Director, Centre for Real Estate; Head of Chair, Sustainable Management of Housing and Real Estate, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
SBE16 Tallinn-Helsinki
Mr Pekka HUOVILA

Coordinator, 10YFP Sustainable Buildings and Construction (SBC) Programme
SBE16 Utrecht  
Ivo OPSTELTEN
Professor, University of Applied Sciences Utrecht

 

Session 5.2 High Performance Buildings and Sustainable Neighbourhoods in Sweden
Five Cases of Best Practice High-Performance Buildings in Sweden  
Three Projects for Sustainable Neighbourhoods in Sweden

 

Session 5.3: Smart Initiatives in SBE (1) 
The New Smart Cities | Cities Built from Scratch and Old Cities Transformed into Smart Cities. Sustainable Growth.
Ana Claudia Figueiredo OLIVEIRA

Lisbon Faculty of Architecture, Portugal
Enhanced Engineering Services for Electrical & Mechanical System via Integrated Building Management System, Remote Monitoring Unit, and Geographic Information System  
LEE Che-kit

Chief Engineer, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Decarbonising the City: Micro Energy Grids
Richard WANG

Sustainability Consultant, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
A Multi-disciplinary Approach in Developing Sustainable Built Environment: A Case Study in Hong Kong Kowloon East Development Project (KEDP)  
Schuman LAM

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
Sy(e)nergies between Mega Event Buildings and the Surrounding Neighbourhoods
Simone MAGDOLEN
Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany

 

Session 5.4: Deep Renovations – Policies & Standards
Small, Beautiful, Yet Difficult: Energy Plus Renovation in Small Social Housing Companies  
Christian KOCH
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Deep Renovation as Tool for Active Protection of Modern Heritage: The Case of Architecture for The Service Sector
Claudia CALICE

University of Rome, Italy
Future Challenges for Renovation as Experienced by Housing Companies
Liane THUVANDER

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Integration of Sustainability Analyses into Business Models for Energy Renovation of Buildings: A Case Study in Norway  
Roberta MOSCHETTI

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
The Development and Practice of Existing Buildings Green Retrofitting in China
WANG Qingqin

China Academy of Building Research, Mainland China

 

Session 5.5: SBE Assessments – Green Building Policies 
From Research to a National Standard: SBTool and Protocollo ITACA  
Andrea MORO
President, iiSBE Italia, Italy
The Network for Sustainable Federal Building as an Instrument of Quality Assurance in the Implementation of the Assessment System BNB in the Public Sector  
Andreas RIETZ

Head of Division Sustainable Building, Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development, Germany; Principal Lecturer, University of Brighton, United Kingdom
Competing Visions for Building Materials Assessment in US Green Building Certification Programs  
Charles Joseph KIBERT

Professor-Center Director, University of Florida, United States of America
CESBA Alps, From Building to Territory: Together Towards a Harmonized Built Environment Assessment  
Markus BERCHTOLD-DOMIG

Spatial Planner, Heimaten, Austria
LEED CS in Brazil: Discussing the Validity of the Method for the Improvement of Environmental Quality on Buildings  
Monica Santos SALGADO

Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

 

Session 5.6: Green Construction Technologies (2)
Innovative Building Technologies Towards Sustainable Construction – A Comparative LCA and LCC Assessment  
Alexander PASSER
Assistant Professor, Graz University of Technology, Austria
A Peer-to-peer Reviewing Framework for Selecting Construction Material Suppliers Using the Integration of Building Information Modelling and Web-Map Service
NGUYEN Thanh-chuong

National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Improving the Sustainable Supply Chain of Housing Industrialization with Transaction Costs Considerations  
Queen K QIAN
OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
A Research Proposal to Improve the Environmental Performance of the Building Industry, by Increasing the Innovation Activity of Small Contractors
Timothy ROSE

Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Mongolia's First Cooperative Transformation Attempt on Built Environment through Greening Kindergarten Building  
Nergui DORJ

Founder and BOD member, Mongolia Green Building Council, Mongolia

 

Session 5.7: Innovations Driving for Greener Policies and Standards – Assessment, Analysis and Modelling (1)
European Horizontal Standardized Methods for the Assessment of the Sustainability Aspects of Construction Works  
Ari ILOMAKI
Senior Adviser, Confederation of Finnish Construction Industries, Finland
Life Cycle Energy and GHG Emissions Reductions of Retrofit Options for Existing Dwelling Stock  
Prof. Greg FOLIENTE

Enterprise Professor, University of Melbourne; Regional Director in Asia-Pacific, iiSBE; Founding Director, nBLue Pty Ltd
Renewable Energy Technologies - Economic Analysis Tool (RET-EAT) for Turkey  
Oguz Kursat KABAKCI  

Expert on Energy And Natural Resources, Ministry of Energy And Natural Resources, Turkey
Geo-dependent Heat Demand Model of the Swiss Building Stock  
Stefan SCHNEIDER

University of Geneva, Switzerland
Quantitative Impact Assessment of SEAP Measures Implementation on Several Districts in the City of Donostia-San Sebastian  
Xabat OREGI

Researcher, Tecnalia Research & Innovation, Spain

 

Session 5.8: Sustainable Neighbourhoods – Case Study Review (1)
Learning from the Lessons of Transit-oriented Development to Improve Urban Planning in China  
Frederic Daniel DU VERLE
Urban Planner & Designer, Archimedialab, Germany / Mainland China
A Green Campus Master Plan - The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)  
FUNG Siu-man

Director of Campus Development, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Stepping Up to the Water-Energy Nexus Challenges at Tai Po Water Treatment Works  
Jeffrey LAI Siu-ming

Engineer, Water Supplies Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Development Strategies for the Green Industry in Pingtung County
KUO Wu-wei

Executive officer, Pingtung County Government, Taiwan
Strategic Planning for Sustainable Neighbourhoods: A Case Study from Palestine  
Sameer ABU-EISHEH
Professor of Civil Engineering, An-Najah National University, Palestine

 

Session 5.9: Transforming Green Market – Green Economics (1)
Stakeholders View on Commercial Benefits for Energy Neutral Refurbishment of Let Properties
Angela GRECO
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
How a Changing Socioeconomic Context Affects the Demand for High-performance Buildings
Clinton ANDREWS

Rutgers University, United States of America
Green Lease Insight – Integrated Approach  
Andrew NICHOLSON
Executive Managing Director, Head of Asset Services, Asia Pacific, CBRE, RICS, Hong Kong SAR
How Sustainable Planning Increases Real Estate Property Value
Prof. Serge SALAT
President, Urban Morphology and Complex Systems Institute, France
Responsible Investing in Green Buildings and Portfolios
Ruben LANGBROEK
Head of Asia Pacific, GRESB, Singapore

 

Session 5.10: Zero Energy 
Achieving Net Zero Carbon: A Case Study of Hong Kong's First Zero Carbon Building  
Justin LI

Assistant Director - Environmental & Sustainability, Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong SAR
Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Material Use in the Living Laboratory  
Marianne Rose KJENDSETH WIIK
SINTEF, Norway
Paradoxical Feasibility of High-rise Zero Carbon Buildings
PAN Wei
Associate Professor, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Studies of Energy-Efficient Measures and Building Integrated Photovoltaic Toward Net Zero Energy Building
LOU Siwei
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Net Zero Energy Building Policy: Benchmarking Australian Practices Against Asia Pacific Countries  
Usha IYER-RANIGA
Deputy Head International and Co Lead UN 10YFP SBC Programme, RMIT University, Australia

 

Session 5.11: Processes, Design, Tool and Methodologies in SBE (3) 
Assessing Sustainable Urban Densification Using Geographic Information Systems  
M. Augusta HERMIDA
Professor, Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador
Traffic Quality Index to Intersections Considering Fuel Efficiency  
Marta Monteiro da Costa CRUZ
Professor, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
A Simulation-Based Method to Assess 3D Urban Noise Environment in High-Density Cities
GUO Mengdi
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Real Coded Quantum-Inspired Evolutionary Algorithm Applied to Sustainable Building  
Omar QUISPE POLANCO
Researcher, Universidad Catolica San Pablo, Arequipa-Peru
Sustainable Neighborhood Regeneration: Holistic Decision Support Methodology Supported by a Software Tool
Paul MITTERMEIER
Munich University of Applied Science, Germany

 

Session 5.12: Occupants’ Evaluation of Green Buildings 
Users' Perceptions of Building Performance - An Analysis of the Occupants' Comments  
Dr George BAIRD
Emeritus Professor of Building Science, Victoria University of Wellington
Cooperative Research for High Performance Buildings  
Herbert Claus LEINDECKER
University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
The Role of Perceived Social and Physical Environments on Older Adults´ Social Interactions  
Piret VEEROJA
University of Melbourne, Australia
Every Breath We Take – Transforming The Health of China’s Office Space
WU Xuchao
Associate Director of Energy & Sustainability Services, JLL, Mainland China
Louie CHENG
President, PureLiving China, Mainland China
Are Patterns of Use The Key to Resource Efficiency in Office Buildings?
Ken DOOLEY
Granlund Consulting, Finland

 

Session 5.13: Stakeholder Collaboration
Green Management by Stakeholder Empowerment - The Hong Kong Housing Authority Experience  
Ada FUNG

Deputy Director of Housing (Development & Construction), Hong Kong Housing Authority, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
CoLLaboratoire Montreal: Living Experiments for Climate Change Awareness
Carmela CUCUZZELLA

Design and Computation Arts, Concordia University, University Research Chair IDEASBE, L.E.A.P, Canada
Putting Regenerative Development into Action: Understanding the Decision-making Process of a 680 Hectares Regenerative Project
Dominique HES
Director – Thrive Research Hub, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Gamification as A Means to User Involvement in Decision-making Processes for Sustainable Buildings  
Hanne Tine Ring HANSEN
Sustainability Engineer, Søren Jensen Consulting Engineers, Denmark
Accelerating HKIA’s Carbon Footprint Reduction through Multi-stakeholder Engagement and its Potential for Multi-tenant Facilities  
Mike KILBURN

Acting General Manager, Sustainability, Airport Authority Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 5.14: Smart and Digital Transformation for Sustainable Living
Sino’s Smart Initiative
Eugene LEUNG
Director, Sino Investment
Artificial Intelligence in Built Environment
Samson TAI

CTO, IBM Hong Kong
Smart Eco Home - Project Moses
Andy ANN
CEO, NDN Group
Policy, Design, and People: Developing a Sustainable East Asia
Dr Vincent CHENG
Director of Building Sustainability, Arup, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 6.1: Regional Session – Australia, Mainland China, Singapore, South Korea and Philippines
SBE16 Sydney
Lan DING
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Australia
SBE16 Chongqing
Andrew BALDWIN
Chongqing University
SBE16 Singapore  
Selvam VALLIAPPAN
Senior Manager, Green Building Research, Built Environment Research and Innovation Institute (BERII), Building and Construction Authority, Singapore
SBE16 Seoul
SHIN Sungwoo

Division of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Hanyang University ERICA
SBE16 Manila
Fernando GERMAR

 

Session 6.2: SBE Urban Challenge: Assessment Protocol and Case Studies 
A New SBE Challenge Process for a Transnational Generic Framework at Urban Scale
Andrea MORO
President, iiSBE Italia, Italy
Mr Nils LARSSON
Executive Director, International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment
Case Study - Europe: CESBA MED, CESBA Alps, New Trend and Felicity Projects
Andrea MORO

President, iiSBE Italia, Italy
Stefania UGLIOLA
iiSBE Italia R&D, Italy
Paul MITTERMEIER
Munich University of Applied Science, Germany
Ken DOOLEY
Granlund Consulting, Finland
Case Study - South America: URBENERE Network  
Cristina Engel ALVAREZ
Professor/Coordinator, Laboratório de Planejamento e Projetos, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil
Prof. Luis BRAGANÇA
University of Minho, Portugal
Case Study - Asia: China's KPIs for Sustainable Cities
Case Study - North America: DISTRICT 2030
Jiri SKOPEK
Managing Director, JLL, Canada; 2030 Districts

 

Session 6.3: Smart Initiatives in SBE (2)
Transforming Building Information Modelling to Sustainable Building Asset Management
LEE Che-kit

Chief Engineer, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Steve Chan Hor-yin
Senior Engineer, The Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Meter Online - Information Drives Behavioural Change to Save Building Energy
Simon TSUI

CCE Manager – Commercial Accounts, CLP Power Hong Kong Limited, Hong Kong SAR
Energy Efficient Optimal Controls and Smart Energy Management of Buildings and Their Energy Benefits in Real Applications  
WANG Shengwei

Chair Professor of building Services Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
Interactive Building-user Systems for Positive Behavioral Change by Enhancing E-participation of Building Occupants
ZHANG Qianning

Research Scholar, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Review on Demand Control Ventilation  
ZHENG Caidan
Faculty of Urban Construction and Environmental Engineering, Chongqing University, Mainland China; National Centre for International Research of Low-carbon and Green Buildings, Ministry of Science & Technology

 

Session 6.4: Deep Renovations – Practices & Performance Review
The Verification and Implementation of Practical Renovation for net-ZEB Office  
Hiroaki TAKAI
Design Department Head Office, Principal Engineer (Environment), Takenaka Corporation, Japan
Humid Wall: Review on Causes and Solutions
Mohamad KHARSEH
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Improving the Market Up-take of Energy Producing Solar Shading: Experiences from Three Cases of Retrofit
Paula FEMENIAS

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Towards a Holistic Approach to Retrofitting: A Critical Review of State-of-the-art Evaluation Methodologies for Architectural Transformation  
Stina Rask JENSEN

Aarhus University, Denmark
Renovation Needs and Potential for Improved Energy Performance Depending on Ownership – A Location Based Study of Multi-Family Building Stocks in an Urban Context
Magnus ÖSTERBRING

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

 

Session 6.5: SBE Assessments – Design Processes
Does BEAM Really Matter to Construction Waste Management? What Big Data Does and Does Not Tell  
CHEN Xi
Department of Real Estate and Construction, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Contribution of Knowledge in Sustainable Building Design in Emerging Markets–A Case of Vietnam  
CHIH Ying-yi

Senior Lecturer, The Australian National University, Australia
Integrated Green Building Assessment Approach for the Next Decade  
May SIU

Director, Green Mark Department for New Development, Building and Construction Authority, Singapore
Certification of Sustainability–Case Study Analysis of New German Standard
Merten WELSCH

Scientific Associate and Consultant, Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR), Germany
Integration of Energy and Material Performance of Buildings: I=E+M  
Saskia VAN HULTEN

Senior Consultant, W/E Consultants Sustainable Building, The Netherlands

 

Session 6.6: Green Construction Materials (1) 
Naturally Ventilated Earth Timber Constructions  
Andrea KLINGE
Senior Architect, Roswag Architekten, Germany
The Study on Durability Testing of Heat-insulation Coating  
CHEN Yen-jen

National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan
Utilizing Palm Rachis for Eco-Friendly and Flexible Construction in Egypt  
Eman Atef DARWISH

Demonstrator, Department of Architecture, Ain Shams University-Cairo, Egypt
Bamboo for The 21st Century  
Martin TAM Tin-fong

Founder and CEO, Able Mart Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
“Community Empowerment through Mud-concrete Technology” - Sustainable Building Techniques to Revitalise the War Victim Communities in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka  
Rizna AROOZ

Research Assistant, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka

 

Session 6.7: Innovations Driving for Greener Policies and Standards – Assessment, Analysis and Modelling (2)
Full Cost Assessment: A Method to Analyse Sustainability of Buildings  
Alessandra Akemi YOKOTA
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Integrated System for Energy Optimization and Reduction of Building CO² Footprint  
Flavio CELIS D'AMICO

University of Alcala, Spain
Environmental Indicators for Monitoring the Swedish Building and Real Estate Management Sector  
Kristina EINARSSON

National Board of Housing, Building and Planning, Sweden
Feasibility Study on Implementing Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Index in Hong Kong  
MUI Kwok-wai

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR
Integrating Capital Cost with Energy Efficiency – Cost@Work  
TANG Chee-khoay

CK@Work Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

 

Session 6.8: Sustainable Neighbourhoods – Case Study Review (2) 
A Study of Gaoping River Basin Based on Living and Ecological Landscape
CHANG Kuei-feng
Pingtung County Government, Taiwan
The District Cooling System at The Kai Tak Development  
LO Siu-kuen

Senior Engineer, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Study on Business Scheme of a Community-wide Decentralized and Self-reliant Energy Network - Allocation of Co-benefits and Evaluation of Socio-environmental & Economic IRR
Ryota KUZUKI

Acting General Manager, Energy Strategy Planning Department, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., Japan
Policy Framework and Instruements for Green Transformation in East Asia
Jimmy CK TONG

Associate & East Asia Energy Skill Leader, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
Sustainable Neighbourhood of Shek Wu Hui Sewage Treatment Works
Echo LEONG I-man

Executive Director, AECOM Asia Company Ltd, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 6.9: Transforming Green Market – Green Economics (2)
Economic and Sensitivity Analysis of Net Zero Energy Refurbishment of Terraced Houses
Angela GRECO
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Finding the Value in Deep Energy Retrofits  
James Scott BREW
Senior Sustainability Architect, Nikken Sekkei, Japan
Productive Green Roofs  
Matthew PRYOR
Associate Professor (Teaching), The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Sustainable Buildings – Impacts on Cash Flow and Business Case Analysis  
Prof. Thomas LÜTZKENDORF

Director, Centre for Real Estate; Head of Chair, Sustainable Management of Housing and Real Estate, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Business for Sustainability: Market Incentives for the Better  
Thomas SCHLUCK
Senior Scientist, Hochschule Luzern, Switzerland

 

Session 6.10: Innovative Practices to Transform SBE (1) 
Comparative Analyses: Urban Quality, Living Standard, Sustainability. Modernist Housing Estates vs 21st Century City  
Aleksandar TEPAVCEVIC
University Assistant, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Build Less and Make Cities Smarter by Unleashing Potential of Vacant Spaces  
CHAN Lai-kiu
arQstudio Ltd, Hong Kong SAR
Green Transformation of Electrical and Mechanical Services Department Headquarters Building  
Dominic LAU Siu-kei
Senior Building Services Engineer, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Shaping Energetic Neighbourhoods: A Dynamic Approach for a Future Proof Urban Energy Planning
Jürgen KNIES
Research Associate, Jade University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Building Drives for Behavior Change – Role Model of Sustainability
Tony LAM
Senior Engineer, Arup, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 6.11: Processes, Design, Tools and Methodologies in SBE (4) 
Evidence-Based Approach to Calibration of Whole Building Energy Model  
Adrian CHONG

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America; National University of Singapore, Singapore
International LCA Data Network - Demonstration Project for an Open International Online Database Structure  
Hildegund FIGL
IBO Austrian Institute for Building and Ecology, Austria
Noise Impact Assessment Study on High-performance of Sound Insolation for Residential Building at Neighboring Taiwan High Speed Rail Station  
LIN Wei
Associate Professor, Dep. of Interior Design, Hwa Hsia University of Technology, Taiwan
The Failures of Initial Commissioning, and its Impacts on Overall Building Performance  
Madeline Kathleen PARROTT

British Columbia Institute of Technology, Canada
Heating and Cooling Loads of a Poultry Shed in Central Coast, NSW, Australia  
ZHOU Yu
The University of Melbourne, Australia

 

Session 6.12: Green Buildings – Occupants' Perspectives 
Sculpting Socially Sustainable Neighbourhoods
Franklin YU
Singular Studio Limited, Hong Kong SAR
Thermal Comfort Based Occupancy-driven Building Energy Saving Control Strategies  
ZHANG Cheng
Assistant Professor, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Mainland China
The Effect of Occupant Behaviour on Real-time Electricity Consumption in Canadian School Spaces  
Mohamed H. ISSA
University of Manitoba, Canada
Deep Green Approach to Create Sustainable Built Environments and Neighborhoods - Case Study of Lumpini Place Rama 4 - Ratchada Project  
Panita VARA-URAIRAT
Director of Sustainable Development Department, Wisdom Consulting and Solution Co., Ltd., Thailand
M+, Sustainable Design for a Contemporary Art Museum in Hong Kong
Mark RICHARDSON
Senior Engineer of Building Sustainability, Arup, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 6.13: Place-making – Integrative Design Processes 
Integrated Design Guidance for the Early Process Phase
Günter LÖHNERT
sol·id·ar planungswerkstatt, Germany
Responsive Design - The Innovative Approach to Create Sustainable Neighbourhoods and Cities
Mary CHAN
Dennis Lau & Ng Chun Man Architects and Engineers (HK) Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Conceptualizing Sustainable Neighbourhoods through Collaborative Placemaking
Solomon ADEWUMI
University of Dundee, United Kingdom
A Conceptual Model of Integral Sustainable Design Framework  
Wilson YIK
Associate (Sustainability), Leigh & Orange Ltd, Hong Kong SAR
Matthew LEE
Assistant Project Designer (Sustainability), Leigh & Orange Ltd, Hong Kong SAR
From Environmental to Social and Cultural Sustainability
Peter YAM
Ronald Lu & Partners (Hong Kong) Ltd., Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 6.14: BEAM Plus Neighbourhood: From Theory to Praxis
BEAM Plus Neighbourhood: An Introduction
Larry POON
Convener of BEAM Plus Neighbourhood Steering Committee/ Roll-out Taskforce, Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC)
Artificial Intelligence in Built Environment
Ada FUNG

Deputy Director of Housing (Development & Construction), Hong Kong Housing Authority, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Transformation of EMSD Headquarters into a Green Building
Antony HO
Associate, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
West Kowloon Cultural District
William CHAN
Chief Operating Officer, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, Hong Kong SAR
Lessons learnt from BEAM Plus Neighbourhood Pilot-testing
Larry POON
Convener of BEAM Plus Neighbourhood Steering Committee/ Roll-out Taskforce, Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC)

 

Session 7.1: Education and Training for Transforming SBE
Private Public Partnership Energy Efficiency Assessment Program at Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company, Xiamen Facility, China  
Samuel KWONG
John Swire & Sons HK Ltd, Hong Kong SAR
Leveraging the Power of Story to Achieve Greater Sustainability  
James Scott BREW
Senior Sustainability Architect, Nikken Sekkei, Japan
Embedding Sustainability in Higher Education Course Content: An Industry Perspective  
Lloyd Martin SCOTT
Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Importance of Built Heritage for World Sustainable Build Environment
Shahid Ahmad RAJPUT
COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan
Developing A Conceptual Framework for Integrating Project Risk Management and Sustainability Objectives
Timothy ROSE
Queensland University of Technology, Australia

 

Session 7.2: SBE Buildings Challenge: Assessment Protocol and Case Studies 
General Intro about the Process and the Idea of Predicted vs. Actual Performance and the CanTeam Protocol
Gordon SHYMKO
President, G.F. Shymko & Associates Inc., Canada
Green and Monitoring in Holiday Inn Express SoHo Hong Kong
Antonio CM CHAN
REC Engineering Co., Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
The 2014 CanTeam Evaluation of 9 Case Studies
Gordon SHYMKO
President, G.F. Shymko & Associates Inc., Canada
Current Proposal for New Canadian Work  
Lan DING
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Australia

 

Session 7.3: Smart Initiatives in SBE (3)
Using Advance Thermodynamics and Online Big Data Analytics to Maximize the Chiller Plant Performance  
Glen ANDERSON
Vice President, ETC Group, Macau SAR
Transforming Data into Action – Building Energy Management System to Actualize a Sustainable Built Environment  
Jovian CHEUNG Man-chit

Electrical & Mechanical Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Telecommunications Infrastructure for High Performance Buildings
Philip TAI

Telecommunications Manager, Swire Properties Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Using Big Data Analytics and Continuous Monitoring to Increase the Return on Investment (ROI) in Projects for Sustainable Building Performance  
Rafael NAVARRO

Asia Regional Manager, ETC Group, Macau SAR

 

Session 7.4: Deep Renovations – Processes & Methodologies
Aliakbar KAMARI
Department of Engineering, Aarhus University, Denmark; Department of Architecture, University of Palermo, Italy
A Multidimensional Optimization Approach to Refurbishment Design on a Multi-Building Scale 
Claudio NÄEGELI

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Development of Regenerative Design Principles for Building Retrofits  
William James CRAFT

University of New South Wales, Australia
Passive Building: Energetic Refurbishment of a Secondary School  
Antonio FRATTARI

University of Trento, Italy
Factors Affecting High Performance Building Designs in Nigeria’s Built Environment: ‘‘ The Architects Perception ’’
Abubakar Yahaya MUHAMMAD

Lecturer, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Nigeria

 

Session 7.5: SBE Assessments – Practice Review 
Transnational Harmonization of Built Environment Assessment Systems: the CESBA Passport Principle  
Andrea MORO
President, iiSBE Italia, Italy
Generating and Providing Embodied Energy and Global Warming Potential Related Information – Recommendations for Construction Product Manufacturers  
Angelika HINTERBRANDNER
Junior Research, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Discussing Sustainability in Building Construction: The Potential of SBtool for Brazilian Public Bidding in Fiocruz  
Monica Santos SALGADO
Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Assessment Tools for The Sustainability Performance of Building - Development of A Sustainability Assessment Method for Small Residential Buildings in Germany  
Natalie ESSIG
University of Applied Sciences Munich, Germany

 

Session 7.6: Green Construction Materials (2) 
Self-Compacting Clay Concrete: A Sustainable and Innovative Process to Build with Earth
Guillaume HABERT
Professor, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Trend of Dynamic Glass in Green Building  
HY CHIU
Director, Full Treasure, Hong Kong SAR
Upgraded Mineral Sand fraction from MSWI Bottom Ash: An Alternative Solution for the Substitution of Natural Aggregates in Concrete Application  
Jacques Rémy MINANE
IMT Lille-Douai, LGCgE-GCE, France
Autonomous Repair in Cementitious Material by Combination of Superabsorbent Polymers and Polypropylene Fibers - A Step towards Sustainable Infrastructure
Souradeep GUPTA
National University of Singapore, Singapore

 

Session 7.7: Innovations Driving for Greener Policies and Standards – Smart Initiatives 
Smart Cities: Selection of Indicators for Vitória  
Cristina Engel ALVAREZ
Professor/Coordinator, Laboratório de Planejamento e Projetos, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil
Establishing Smart Cities for Sustainability: An Analysis of the Japanese Innovation System and Implications for Asia  
Masaru YARIME 
Associate Professor, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
PLUSQUA: Potential of Neighbourhoods to Reduce Thermal and Electrical Loads  
Matthias SULZER
Professor, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland; Head Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research – Future Energy Efficient Buildings & Districts, Switzerland
Adoption of Smart Initiatives in Developing Anderson Road Quarry Site Towards A Sustainable and Green Living Area  
Michael LEUNG Chung-lap
Deputy Project Manager (New Territories East) 1, Civil Engineering and Development Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Roadmap Towards Operational Energy Neutral Sewage Treatment Works
Valeria ALVARADO
Civil and Environmental Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 7.8: Sustainable Neighbourhoods – Processes and Application 
Current Challenges of Urban Energy Planning in A Norwegian Municipality  
Eirik RESCH
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Citylab Action: Guiding Sustainable Urban Development  
Jonas LIND
Licentiate Candidate, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; Project Coordinator, Sweden Green Building Council, Sweden
The Break-Even Point : Impact of Urban Densities on Value Creation, Infrastructure Costs and Embodied Energy
Prof. Serge SALAT
President, Urban Morphology and Complex Systems Institute, France
Barriers and Needs for Energy-efficient Refurbishment at District Level  
Tarja HAKKINEN
Senior Principle Scientist, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland
Building regulations and Urban Policies as Incentives for Application of District Cooling Systems in Singapore  
SHI Zhongming
Chair of Architecture and Building Systems, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

 

Session 7.9: Transforming Green Market – Supply Chain 
New Visitors? Small European Companies Entering the Chinese Sustainable Building Market  
Christian KOCH
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Sustainable Electrical and Mechanical Services - Vision with Action  
CHAN Ming-yee
Senior Engineer / Business Planning, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Government of the HKSAR, Hong Kong SAR
Project Manager’s Role in Sustainable Building Projects: A Case Study in Canada  
Ricardo Ferreira LEOTO
Architect and Sustainable Building Consultant, Faculté de l'Aménagement, Université de Montréal, Canada
A Study on Green Industrial Project Construction Experience  
ZHANG Wei
Vice President - Engineering & Innovation, Bulter (Shanghai) Inc., Mainland China
The Economic Cost-benefit Analysis of Green Building Based on the Low-carbon Economic Policy  
WAN Shiyu
School of Economics and Management, Beijing Jiaotong University, Mainland China

 

Session 7.10: Innovative Practices to Transform SBE (2)
A Revolutionary Study Commons and University Library Extension, The Chinese University of Hong Kong  
FUNG Siu-man
Director of Campus Development, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Nearly Zero-Energy Care Home Design in Cold Climate in China  
HOU Shan-shan
Research Associate, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Preliminary Study on Natural Ventilation Efficiency in School Stadium by Different Opening Patterns
LI Yenyi
Associate Professor, ShuTe University / TSSBE (iiSBE-Taiwan), Taiwan
Quantifying and Improving Environmental and Human Sustainability in Remote-Region Health Clinics, Australia  
Steve BURROUGHS
University of Canberra, Australia
Soaring of Urbanization - Optimized Approaches through Adaptive and Sustainable Masterplanning
Antony HO
Associate, Arup, Hong Kong SAR

 

Session 7.11: Processes, Design, Tools and Methodologies in SBE (5)
Measuring Sustainability in Buildings Using Construction Materials Database Based on Life Cycle Information in Turkey
İlker KAHRAMAN
Yaşar University, Turkey
When Digital Fabrication Provides Environmental Benefits: Study of Complex Structures  
Isolda AGUSTÍ-JUAN
Scientific Assistant, Chair of Sustainable Construction, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Sustainable Building Design for Enhancement of Street Ventilation and Air Quality Improvement
Karl AN
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, AECOM Environment, Hong Kong SAR
Applicability of Maturity Assessment for Sustainable Construction  
Marco SCHERZ
Scientific Assistant, Graz University of Technology - Institute of Technology and Testing of Building Materials - Working Group for Sustainability Assessment, Austria
Development of a Rotatable Outdoor Testbed and the Testing of an Integrated Auto-dimming Lighting and Automated Blind System in the Tropics  
Sushanth BABU
Research Associate, Energy Research Institute@NTU (ERI@N) Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

Session 7.12: Multi-facet Considerations of Urban Regeneration Policies
The Role of Stakeholders in Masterplan Regeneration Decisions  
Hannah BAKER

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Effect of Residential Tower Geometries on Urban Wind Environment  
Ruffina THILAKARATNE
Associate Professor, Chu Hai College of Higher Education, Hong Kong SAR
Health Co-benefits of Low Carbon Policies in the Built Environment: An Australian Investigation into Local Government Co-benefits Policies  
Sardar Masud KARIM

The University of New South Wales, Australia
Bai Wan Zhuang, A Beijing Community at The Crossroads - An Analysis About the Sustainable Update of Chinese Old Distinctive Residential Areas
WANG Liang
CAUPD, Mainland China
Methodology for a Sustainable Urban Regeneration: Urban Cell as Dissemination Unit  
Miguel AMADO
Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal

 

Session 7.13: Place-making – Practices Review
From Icon to Community: Repositioning the Image of the Modern Mega-Tower
Ar. Bryant LU
Vice Chairman, Ronald Lu and Partners (Hong Kong) Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
Do We Design Our Cities?  
Eugenio Maria FONTAN YANES
Director – Architect – BIM Implementation, Enzyme Apd, Hong Kong SAR
Sustainable Residential Building Developments towards Neighbourhood Level – From a Hong Kong Private Developer Perspective
Edward CHAN
Henderson Land Development Co. Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
New Exposition of Sustainability – Linking People, Building and Community
Gary CHEUNG
Consultant of Building Sustainability, Arup, Hong Kong SAR
Sustainable Workplaces in High Density of Urban Areas
Ryusuke KOJIO

Architect, Takenaka Corporation, Japan; General Manager, Design, Takenaka Europe GMBH, Germany

 



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