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A range of MDPI journals will be attending the Building Simulation 2023 (BS2023). This meeting will be held in Shanghai, China, from 4 to 6 September 2023.
At BS2023, the main themes incorporate macroscope topics concerned with building simulation regarding policy on carbon emission and control, power systems at the metropolis level, energy flow among regional cities, or even mining petascale data.
The conference/technical program will continue to bring together the interests of academics and practitioners, and on top of that, they would like to invite policymakers, in an attempt to reshape the path forward. As a tradition, the themes keep expanding the frontier of building simulation techniques, such as the simulation module from the system to the city, a better understanding of human factors, AI-assisted decision making, and seamless interoperability in modeling and design.
The following MDPI journals will be represented:
If you are attending this conference, please feel free to start a conversation with us at our booth (#10-11). Our delegates look forward to meeting you in person and answering any questions that you may have. For more information about the conference, please visit https://bs2023.org/ or contact the Buildings Editorial Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.