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Remark: The Organisers reserve the right to update or change the programme content, session and paper allocation without prior notice. Paper authors are recommended to check constantly the Conference Website to observe the latest programme and allocation of papers.

Conference Day 1 : 5 June 2017 (Mon)      
08:00-09:00
Registration
09:00-10:00
Opening Ceremony
10:00-10:30
Keynote 1: Mr Matthew CHEUNG Kin-chung, Chief Secretary for Administration, Government of the HKSAR
10:30-11:00
Keynote 2: 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
11:00-11:20
Coffee Break
11:20-11:50
Keynote 3: Ms Christiana FIGUERES, Vice-chair, Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy
11:50-12:00
Platinum Sponsor's Sharing - Mr Sean CHIAO, President, Asia Pacific, AECOM
12:00-13:30
Networking Luncheon
13:30-15:00
Parallel Session 1
Session 1.1: Mainland China Session - The Comprehensive Scheme on Green Retrofitting and Performance Enhancement of the Existing Buildings in China

Session Organiser: China Academy of Building Research

Session details to be announced.

Session 1.2: Regional Session - Czech Republic, Ireland, Italy, Sweden and Switzerland

Session Chair: François BAILLON

SBE16 Prague

Antonin LUPISEK

SBE16 Dublin

CJ WALSH

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: Advanced Building Elements

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

An Elemental Approach for Predicting Embodied Carbon of Office Buildings

Srinath PERERA
Professor of Built Environment & Construction Management, Western Sydney 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 Development: Myths and Musts

Session Organiser: AECOM

Session details to be announced.

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

Maíra DE MACEDO
Architect – Institutional and Governmental Relations Coordinator, Green Building Council Brazil, 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)

Green Lease Insight – Integrated Approach

Andrew NICHOLSON
Executive Managing Director, Head of Asset Services, Asia Pacific, CBRE, RICS, Hong Kong SAR

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
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
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

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

Session details to be announced.

Session 1.14

Session details to be announced.

15:00-15:20
Coffee Break
15:20-16:20
Roundtable 1: Emerging Perspectives for Transforming the Build Environment

Session Chair: Prof. Thomas LÜTZKENDORF, Director, Centre for Real Estate; Head of Chair, Sustainable Management of Housing and Real Estate, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Speakers:
  1. Ar. TAI Lee-siang, Chair, WorldGBC
  2. Prof. Serge SALAT, President, Urban Morphology and Complex Systems Institute, France
  3. Prof. Arno SCHLUETER, Professor, Architecture and Building Systems ETH Zurich; Principal Investigator, Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore ETH Centre
  4. Ar. Bryant LU, Vice Chairman, Ronald Lu and Partners (Hong Kong) Ltd., Hong Kong SAR
16:30-18:00
Parallel Session 2
Session 2.1: Mainland China Session - Design and Construction Challenges of Eco-Skyscapers in China

Session Organiser: Shanghai Research Institute of Building Sciences

Session details to be announced.

Session 2.2: Regional Session – Turkey, Greece, Malta, Egypt, UAE

Session Chair: Wim BAKENS, Secretary General, International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction

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

SBE16 Dubai

Session 2.3: Advanced Building Systems

Geothermal District Heating Investigation of Retired Oil/Gas Wells as Higher-temperature Renewable Heat Sources

GUO Hongshan
Princeton University, United States of America

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

Synopsis for “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
ETH Zurich, Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore ETH Center, Singapore; ETH Zurich, Chair of Architecture and Building Systems, 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 (1)

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
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

Net Zero Energy Building Policy: Benchmarking Australian Practices Against Asia Pacific

Usha IYER-RANIGA
Deputy Head International and Co Lead UN 10YFP SBC Programme, RMIT University, Australia

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
Green Building Council Brasil, Brazil; University of São Paulo, Brazil

A Stakeholder-based Assessment Model (SAM) for Resource-efficiency Measures in the Construction Industry

Richard Carl MÜLLER
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; Profeesor, 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 Standardized ‘Carbon Metrics’ Can Facilitate Innovation for Reduction of GHG Emissions from Existing 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

Session details to be announced.

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

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 (2)

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
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

TAI Tak-him
Deputy Director / Trading Services, 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 (2)

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: Innovative Limited, 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

FOO Chee-hung
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 Indicators for the Assessment of the Energy System

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
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: Power Up Smart City

Session Organiser: CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd.

Session details to be announced.

Session 2.14: Sustainability Assessment of Buildings as Part of Green-Public Procurement Based on the German BNB-System

Session Organiser: Division Sustainable Building, Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR), Germany

Session Chair: 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

Panel Discussion




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