Conference 2005

12-14 OCTOBER 2005
Dynamic Analysis, Simulation and Testing
applied to the Energy and Environmental Performance of Buildings

This conference builds further on the successful conference on dynamic analysis methods held at JRC Ispra on 13-14 November 2003 and the workshop in Warsaw 13-14 May 2004, organized in the framework of the European project DAME-BC (Dynamic Analysis and Modelling applied to Energy performance assessment and prediction of Buildings and Components).
Although this conference is a follow up event to the Ispra conference and Warsaw workshop, it encourages new participants. The proceedings of the conference and workshop are available on a CD-rom which will be sent on request.

The DYNASTEE network invites all candidate participants to perform a self training exercise for data analysis to test their level of skill on a series of case studies. These cases increase in terms of complexity from simulated data to building performance data. Details of the four cases and instructions how to perform the exercise are made available on the DYNASTEE web-site and through the CD-rom which includes also the necessary tools and supporting information. The information may also be asked by e-mail from The location of the conference is Athens, Greece.

Participants to the conference are invited to submit a paper based on one of the following topics:”Application of dynamic analysis, simulation and testing to the energy and environmental performance of buildings”

  1. Building design phase.
  2. Development of innovative components and systems.
  3. Experiments in buildings.
  4. Building regulations and calculation procedures.
  5. Auditing, labeling and certification of buildings.

With topics covering, for example, thermal comfort, daylighting, air flow, moisture transfer, bio-contaminants and pollution, etc.

The conference programme will include a number of introductory lectures and demonstrations from the recently finalised project DAME-BC.


The target audience for this conference: researchers, applied mathematicians and statisticians, building energy designers and those interested in applying system identification techniques for energy performance assessment.


The conference will be held in English.


The conference will be held in the Athens Imperial Hotel, located in central Athens, and conveniently situated next the Metaxourghio Metro station (Line 2) for fast and easy access to Athens International Airport. The hotel address is:

Athens Imperial Hotel
Karaiskaki Square
Athens, Greece


DYNASTEE 2005 Conference Secretariat
Centre for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES)
19th km Marathonos Avenue
190 09 Pikermi, Attiki / GREECE
Attn.Ms. Ioanna Dounaki
Tel.: +30 210 6603212
Fax.: +30 210 6603301-2

Registration until 19 Sept. 2005 — 150 Euro
Registration after 19 Sept. 2005 — 180 Euro
Student fee — 100 Euro (document required)
The registration fee includes:
– Attendance at all Sessions and Workshops
– Refreshments and lunches
– A cegisopy of the proceedings on CD-ROM

Payments for registration should be made in EURO by wire bank transfer quoting:
Credit cards or bank cheques cannot be accepted.
Bank transfer for payments in EURO should be made to:
Centre for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES)
Bank: National Bank of Greece
Branch: Ambelokipi Branch 721, Mesogeion 1, Athens, Greece
Account Nr.: 721/106/48015476
IBAN GR43 0110 1060 0000 1064 8015 476

Registration will be considered valid upon receipt of a copy of the bank transfer issue, mentioning your name, by fax (+30 210 6603301 – 2 / attn.Ms.Dounaki). Upon receipt of your registration you will receive confirmation from the conference secretariat.


Hotel reservations should be made directly by the participants to:
Athens Imperial Hotel
Achilleos & M. Alexandrou
Karaiskaki Sq.
104 37 Athens / GREECE
Tel. +30 210 5201600
Fax: +30 210 5225521


Single Room — 100 Euro
Double Room — 115 Euro

NOTE: All prices include breakfast and all taxes.
Please mention “DYNASTEE 2005” when booking.


for submitting the abstract (by 15th June 2005 at the latest)
All candidates have to send an e-mail with the request of partecipation to In one working day you will be answered with an e-mail containing the username and password assigned. Log in the user area and fill the fields with the following informations (you can use copy and paste features in all the fields):

  1. AUTHOR (and co-authors)
  2. ORGANIZATION (University,Institute …)
  3. TITLE

After filling all the fields press SUBMIT. You will be taken to a confirmation page. If all the information are correct press CONFIRM else press BACK.

The submitted abstract should be in plain text format without pictures or graphs. The organisers will not edit the abstracts once they have been submitted. Only when problems are encountered in submiting the abstract on the DYNASTEE web-site, your abstract in PDF format (max. 10Mb size), can be send by e-mail to

The abstract (in English) should include:

  • Title
  • Author and co-authors

The text of the abstract must be organized in this way:

  • Purpose of the work
  • Approach
  • Results
  • Conclusion

The ABSTRACT TEXT should not extend 2 pages (A4 sized – font Times New Roman, font size 12 – max. 4500 characters). All abstracts/papers will be subject to review to ensure all presentations fit into above themes and items.

Note that the final submission of the full paper (for accepted abstracts only) is 19 September 2005, to be included in the CD conference handout.

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