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For Researchers

Why Make Research Videos?

Research videos are short, shareable, and memorable. Few people have time to digest journal and conference papers, but insightful videos can increase interest in your work and attract readers and collaborators.

  • Exhibit your work to a wider audience through social media

  • Gain recognition as a trend setter or industry thought leader

  • Connect with practitioners, software developers, and others

  • Be recognized by industry leaders through awards and opportunities for webinar presentations


How Can I Contribute?

Contributing research videos is simple. If you have never made a research video, you can read or tips for making a research video. Then use this form to upload your video and information. You'll need:

  • An original video about your research (maximum 3 minutes)

  • An abstract describing your research (maximum 200 words)

  • A featured image or graphic (minimum resolution 1280 x 720 pixels)


What Research Can I Share Here?

Anything related to simulation of the built environment. For example:

  • Building acoustics

  • Building Information Modelling (BIM)

  • Building physics

  • CFD and air flow

  • Commissioning and control

  • Daylighting and lighting

  • Developments in simulation

  • Education

  • Energy storage

  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

  • Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)

  • New software development

  • Occupant behavior

  • Optimization

  • Simulation to support regulations

  • Simulation vs reality

  • Solar systems

  • Urban scale simulation

  • Validation, calibration, and uncertainty

  • Weather

  • Windows

  • Zero Energy Buildings (ZEB)