News

iBECOME visit CEA and WTC Building in France for Fourth General Assembly

On May 11th and 12th, the iBECOME consortium were finally able to meet in a physical capacity as they gathered for the fourth General Assembly. Project partner CEA hosted the two-day hybrid event at their INES Campus in Chambery. It was a hybrid event with some members on-site while others dialled in from across Europe. …

iBECOME visit CEA and WTC Building in France for Fourth General Assembly Read More »

iBECOME paper published in MDPI Buildings Journal

Our paper “An Innovative Modelling Approach Based on Building Physics and Machine Learning for the Prediction of Indoor Thermal Comfort in an Office Building”, written by Giovanni Tardioli (IES), Ricardo Filho (IES), Pierre Bernaud (CEA) and Dimitrios Ntimos (IES) was published as an open access article in the special 10th anniversary edition of Buildings which …

iBECOME paper published in MDPI Buildings Journal Read More »

Visit to ASP della Carnia

Recently, project members from CiviESCo, RINA-C, Schneider Electric and Ener.gi met in Italy to visit the demo site ASP della Carnia, a public residential care facility for the elderly and disabled located in Tolmezzo (Udine). During the visit, the team revised the building management system (BMS) architecture designed by Schneider Electric and integrated the additional …

Visit to ASP della Carnia Read More »

Year 1 review

iBECOME project started in June 2020 and will run until November 2023 for a total of 42 months. The first year of the project has just ended and a lot of work has been performed in this period from all the project partners. More specifically the highlights of our first year are listed below. IEQ Virtual …

Year 1 review Read More »

iBECOME project gets underway

iBECOME (“intelligent Building Energy Assets Control for Comfort, Energy and Flexibility Optimisation) is a €3’724’497,00 investment through the EU Horizon 2020 Programme running from 2020-2024. The project is made up of a consortium of 10 partners representing 4 EU countries: Ireland, Italy, France, and UK. The platform sets out to address the inefficiencies of existing buildings and facilities through …

iBECOME project gets underway Read More »