Programme

HBIM2018 – Final Conference Programme

 

Day 1 – Monday 10/9

Start Activity  
 
  09:00 Delegate registration – arrival tea/coffee  
10:15 Welcome – Stephen Bird, Head of Heritage Services, Bath & North East Somerset Council  
10:25 Welcome – Professor Lamine Mahdjoubi    
10:35 Keynote – Prof Mirosław Skibniewski

BIM Technologies for Historic Buildings: the Present vs. the Future

 
11:15 Coffee Break  
11:45 Session 1

Data Capture Technology for Conservation

 
13:00 Lunch break  
14:00 Keynote – Yusuf Arayici

A strategic BIM framework for optimized design of energy efficient buildings

   
14:40 Session 2

Conservation, Interpretation, Narration: Bath

 
15:30 Afternoon tea break  
16:00 Session 3

Emerging approaches for examining and documenting heritage

 
17:40 Finish  
 
19:30 Drinks and canapes around the Great Bath – accompanied by Bristol String Quartet  
20:30 Call to dinner (String Quartet moves to Reception Hall)  
20:45 Dinner Served  
23:00 Bar closes  
23:30 Guests depart  
Day 2 – Tuesday 11/9    
  08:30 Delegate arrival – tea and coffee    
09:00 Keynote – Ingval Maxwell

BIM for the Historic Environment?

   
09:40 Keynote – Prof Maurice Murphy

Heritage BIM –Emerging Issues for Developing Accurate, Efficient and Open Systems

   
10:20 Session 4

Significance, Interpretation, Curation, and Narration

   
11:15 Coffee Break    
11:45 Session 5

Performance and Diagnostics

   
13:00 Lunch break    
14:00 Session 6

HBIM Capture and Documentation – Experiences and Case Studies

   
15:40 Afternoon tea break    
16:00 Session 7

Technologies for capturing, analysing and interpreting tangible and intangible heritage

   
17:40 Closing Remarks    
17:45 Finish    

Session Schedules

Name Title
Session 1 Data Capture Technology for Conservation
11:45 Ryan Clifford Combined photogrammetry and laser scanning for high detail records of masonry condition
12:10 Hamish Harvey Interactive diagnosis of masonry damage using high detail photogrammetric models
12:35 Margaret Cooke Point cloud surveys for analysis of potentially unstable masonry structures
Session 2 Conservation, Interpretation, Narration: Bath
14:40 Stephen Clews The Roman Baths
15:05 Geoff Rich Bath Abbey Project
Session 3 Emerging approaches for examining and documenting heritage
16:00 Noha Saleeb A Comparative Suitability Study between Thesauri, Classification, Taxonomy and Ontology for Usage within Heritage BIM Assets
16:25 Paolo Borin Accuracy and Quality control in HBIM
16:50 Sikiru Abiodun Ganiyu Integration of Knowledge Management into BIM
17:15 Francine Baker A Sustainable Approach to the use of Environmental Impact Reports using BIM
Session 4   Significance, Interpretation, Curation, and Narration
10:20 David Littlefield Authentic reconstruction, the role of digital reproduction
10:45 Ali Bayyati Geospatial Digital Technology and Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Iraqi Heritage Preservation and Reconstruction
Session 5 Performance and Diagnostics
11:45 Vincenzo Donato The semantical enrichment of H-BIM models through diagnostic from image
12:10 Silvana Bruno Artificial Intelligence For Damage Diagnosis Within Historic Building Information Modelling and Management
12:35 Alessandro Zichi BIM Management for Historical  Building – Upgrading buildings without compromising identity
Session 6 HBIM Capture and Documentation – Experiences and Case Studies
14:00 Derry Long The Natural History Museum located in South Kensington
14:25 Stephen Fai Building Information Modelling (BIM) and the Parliament Buildings National Historic Site of Canada
14:50 Syed Faisal Ali London Bridge Station
15:15 Mike Ford NHS laundry at UWE’s Glenside campus
Session 7 Technologies for capturing, analysing and interpreting heritage
16:00 David Heesom Implementing collaborative HBIM for the creation of a historic urban environment
16:25 Stephen Scaysbrook Upgrading CAD for HBIM
16:50 Ammar Alzaatreh The Cloud HBIM Platform
17:15 Alina Ohriniuc Towards the integration and visualisation of Historic Indoor Environments Sensors Data with BIM for Climate Based Daylight Modelling