There are three levels of participation, organizational participants, individual participants and sponsoring participants.
For further information, see below and the draft workplan.
To register as a participant, visit the registration form.
To receive announcements, join the email announcement list. You don’t need to be an organizational, individual or sponsoring participant to join this email list.
Organizational participants are organizations such as companies, research institutes or universities that commit to
- contribute a minimum of 6 months of a full time employees per project year to the overall project using their own funding,
- contribute to around 5 to 10 web-based coordination meetings annually, and
- attend a semi-annual expert meeting, generally for two days using own funding.
These meetings are used to coordinate current work and to steer future development. As far as possible, these coordination meetings will be collocated with an international or a national IBPSA conference.
The operating agents can reassess the organizational membership annually and terminate organizational memberships after such annual period, if the contributions of an organization does not meet the above requirements.
|Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory||USA||
|RWTH Aachen University - E3D||Germany||
Christoph van Treeck
|RWTH Aachen University - E.ON Energy Research Center, Inst. for Energy Efficient Buildings and Indoor Climate||Germany||Marcus Fuchs|
|Aalborg University||Denmark||Alessandro Maccarini|
|University of Miami||USA||Wangda Zuo|
|The University of Alabama||USA||Zheng O'Neill|
|KU Leuven, Department of Mechanical Engineering / EnergyVille Thermal Systems||Belgium||Lieve Helsen|
|KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering / EnergyVille Building Physics||Belgium||Dirk Saelens|
|University of Victoria||Canada||Ralph Evins|
|University College Dublin||Ireland||James O'Donnell|
|Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems||Germany||Nicolas Réhault|
|National University of Ireland, Galway||Ireland||Marcus Keane|
|University College London (UCL)/Technical University of Crete (TUC)||England and Greece||Dimitrios Rovas|
|Center for Energy Informatics, University of Southern Denmark||Denmark||Christian Veje|
|Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich||Switzerland||Kristina Orehounig|
|Urban Energy Systems Laboratory, Empa||Switzerland||L. Andrew Bollinger|
|Berlin University of the Arts (UdK Berlin)||Germany||Christoph Nytsch-Geusen|
|École Polytechnique de Montréal||Canada||Massimo Cimmino|
|AEE Intec||Austria||Gerald Schweiger|
|Tsinghua University||China||Jiarui Lin|
|CEPT University||India||Yashkumar Shukla|
Individual participants are contributors that participate in the project as is custom in other open-source projects without a pre-determined level of commitment.
The operating agents can reassess the individual participant membership annually and terminate membership if no substantial contributions are made.
|Sergio Pinheiro||University College Dublin||Ireland|
|Kaustubh Phalak||Ingersoll Rand||USA|
|Lisa Rivalin||ENGIE Axima||France|
|Hu Du||Cardiff University||UK|
|Piotr Bartkiewicz||Warsaw University of Technology||Poland|
|Fabian Ochs||University of Innsbruck||Austria|
|Valentin Gavan||ENGIE Lab||France|
|Fang Liu||Shanghai University of Electric Power||China|
|Alessandro Dama||Politecnico di Milano||Italy|
Sponsoring participants are individuals or organizations that fund the project with cash contributions at US-$ 5,000 per year, which we intent to use to offset various costs that otherwise would need to be paid by the participants.
This membership will be valid for one year, and can be renewed for multiple periods.
|Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories||USA||Christopher Laughman|