CESBP 2022 Bratislava Slovakia

5th Central European Symposium on Building Physics

5th - 7th September 2022

Important dates

Don't miss any important date for contribution submission.

Registration

Registration via ConfTool Conference Management System.

Submission

Abstract and Full paper submission.

Programme

Programme of the conference, Sections, Social Events, ...

About

5th Central European Symposium on Building Physics

The symposium includes invited lectures, oral presentations, and discussions on specialized topics. The objective of the symposium is to discuss the results of academic and industrial research and exchange invaluable experiences in the field of building physics:

  • Building materials and components
  • Building envelope systems
  • Indoor climate and human comfort
  • Energy performance
  • Environmental impact and damage assessment
  • Life-cycle assessment
  • Retrofit and conservation of buildings

The first meeting of CESBP was organized by Cracow University of Technology and Technical University of Lodz in September 2010 in Cracow, Poland. Subsequently, the meetings were held periodically, aiming at scientists working in the field of building physics and related topics. The conference organizers and venues were changed every three years as follows:

  • 2010 - Cracow, Poland - Cracow University of Technology, Technical University of Lodz
  • 2013 - Vienna, Austria - Vienna University of Technology
  • 2016 - Dresden, Germany - Technische Universität Dresden
  • 2019 - Prague, Czech Republic - Czech Technical University in Prague
  • 2022 - Bratislava, Slovakia - Slovak University of Technology

Venue and Accomodation

CESBP 2022 takes place in Bratislava, capital of Slovakia at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology, which is the largest schools providing civil engineering university education in Slovakia. Keeping with the tradition of excellence, today's graduates exhibit a high quality of engineering craftsmanship and skills. The academic community comprises approximately 2000 students and 440 teaching and research staff.


How to get to the symposium:


From train station:
  • Bus 61 to Trnavské mýto - Tram 9 to Blumentál
  • Trolley bus 201 to Račianske mýto - Tram 3 to Vazovova
  • Tram 1 to Vysoká - Tram 9 to Blumentál
From bus station:
  • Bus 21 to Račianske mýto - Tram 3 to Vazovova
  • Bus 70 to Šafárikovo námestie - Tram 4 to Americké námestie
  • Trolley bus 210 to Račianske mýto - Tram 3 to Vazovova

Accomodation

You can choose your accommodation from variety of facilities in the neighborhood of the symposium venue. We recommend you to use some of travel metasearch engines (e.g. booking.com, hotels.com, trivago, airbnb etc.). Please keep in mind that the accommodation capacities are limited. As the symposium dates are in Bratislava's high season, we would like to encourage you to book your room as soon as possible.


Bratislava - the little big city

Bratislava is the capital and largest city of Slovakia. Officially, the population of the city is about 430,000; however, it is estimated to be more than 660,000. Bratislava is in southwestern Slovakia at the foot of the Little Carpathians, occupying both banks of the River Danube and the left bank of the River Morava. Bordering Austria and Hungary, it is the only national capital that borders two sovereign states. Bratislava is the political, cultural and economic centre of Slovakia. It has several universities, and many museums, theatres, galleries and other cultural and educational institutions. In 2017, Bratislava was ranked as the third richest region of the European Union by GDP (PPP) per capita (after Hamburg and Luxembourg City). GDP at purchasing power parity is about three times higher than in other Slovak regions. Bratislava receives around 1 million tourists every year. (source: Wikipedia)



Important dates


Date Action
November 30, 2021 Abstract submission deadline, Preliminary registration
December 31, 2021 Notification of abstract acceptance
February 28, 2022 Draft paper submission
April 1, 2022 Notification of paper acceptance
April 30, 2022 Early bird registration deadline
May 15, 2022 Final paper submission
June 15, 2022 Final decision

 

International Scientific Comittee

5th Central European Symposium on Building Physics

Peter Matiašovský - Symposium chair Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
Robert Černý - Symposium vice-chair Czech Technical University in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
Dariusz Gawin - Symposium vice-chair Technical University of Lodz, Lodz, Poland
John Grunewald - Symposium vice-chair Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany
Ardeshir Mahdavi - Symposium vice-chair Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria

 

Other members of International Scientific Comittee

Jesper Arfvidsson Sweden
Mark Bomberg Canada
Jan Carmeliet Switzerland
Vasco Peixoto de Freitas Portugal
Stig Geving Norway
Karim Ghazi Wakili Switzerland
Carl-Eric Hagentoft Sweden
Shuichi Hokoi Japan
Targo Kalamees Estonia
Jan Kosny USA
Jaroslav Kruis Czech Republic
Ákos Lakatos Hungary
Bob Martens Austria
Igor Medveď Slovakia
Nathan Mendes Brazil
Leo Pel Netherlands
Carsten Rode Denmark
Staff Roels Belgium
Satoru Takada Japan
Juha Vinha Finland
Libor Vozár Slovakia

 

Local Organizing Committee


Organizers of CESBP2022





Name Affiliation
Igor Medveď Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology
Peter Matiašovský Institute of Construction and Architecture, Slovak Academy of Sciences
Miroslav Čekon Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology
Jakub Čurpek Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology
Ladislav Kómar Institute of Construction and Architecture, Slovak Academy of Sciences

 

Keynote & Invited Speakers

5th Central European Symposium on Building Physics

      
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Contact

Location:

Faculty of Civil Engineering

Slovak University of Technology

Radlinského 2766/11

Bratislava, Slovakia

Call (in case of emergency):

+421900000000