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1st Workshop HEIBS

Paris July, 2021

Welcome to HEIBS’21 at Paris (France)

We are pleased to invite you to the First International Workshop on HEI Building2020 at France hosted by Paris Est Créteil University during July , 2021 at Paris, France.

HEI Building2020 will provide an excellent opportunity to meet experts, exchange information, and strengthen the collaboration among scholars from both academia and industry worldwide. Join us at Paris to discuss the latest science on healthy, green building and its eco-system within an international community of eminent researchers.

HEI Building2020 Paris will provide a four-day program including distinguished plenary speakers, keynote speakers, workshops, oral and poster presentations, and visits of experimental plate-forme and laboratories to foster networking and community. For detailed information please see the Overview and Program of the workshop.


Pr Evelyne Gehin (UPEC, France), General Chair

Pr Borong Lin (TSINGHUA, China), General Co-chair

The International workshop on Healthy, Energy-Efficient and Intelligent Building (HEIBS Building2020) will be held at University of Paris Est Creteil (France) on July, 2021. It goal is to bring together researchers, professors and industrialists concerned by technological and scientific advances in the Materials, Energy Efficient, health and Smart Building. This first international workshop edition is intended to be open to industrial concerns and the transfer of technology between universities and industries. This is why applied themes are programmed to better meet the needs of the industrial community.

Call for paper


Submissions Deadline : 2-3 pages Abstract
Notification of acceptance : coming soon
Final Version of Accepted Submissions Deadline : coming soon  

Main Topics

Topic 1

Healthy and comfort in building
Topic 2

Design and Operation for Green Building and Eco-Community
Topic 3

Renewable Energy and Zero Energy Building
Topic 4

Materials for green building
Topic 5

Interactions between electric vehicle and green building (V2B)

Building Energy Efficiency

Design of Sustainable non-residential buildings

Distributed generation, alternative energy, renewable sources, and energy storage in buildings

Embedded Systems for Energy-Efficient Buildings

Emerging communication standards for data collection, energy control, or interoperation of disparate devices or systems

Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings

Energy Efficiency and Renewables in Buildings

Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Energy efficiency in commercial buildings

Energy Policy Recommendations for Non Residential Buildings

Green building energy efficiency

High-Performance Buildings

Improving Energy Efficiency in Commercial Building

Indoor location and building-related contextual computing for increased human-building interactions

Modeling, simulation, optimization, and control of heating, cooling, lighting, ventilation, water usage and other energy flows in buildings, campuses and surrounding spaces

Novel sensor methodologies, sensor networks and applications that enhance building energy efficiency, energy reliability, durability and occupant comfort

Sensing, actuation and management of electrical loads in residential, commercial and industrial settings

Solid State Lighting for non-residential buildings

Systems that can influence building occupant behavior towards a more parsimonious usage of electricity, gas, heating, water

Systems that integrate buildings with the emerging smart grid to provide demand response and ancillary services and/or manage utility costs

Visiting Paris




Workshop HEIBS CERTES Lab.
61, avenue du General de Gaulle
Creteil, 94000

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