Nyhavn. Photo: Colourbox


Nyhavn, Copenhagen (photo: Colourbox)

Paper submission is now closed for IBPC 2021. Approx. 300 short and full papers have been accepted. We thank all participants who have submitted their papers. Registration is open. Register by 25 May 2021 and get a 20 % discount.

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Presentation and publication of papers

Short papers will be presented briefly in one of the sessions during the conference and as posters in a poster session. Full papers may also be presented as posters with a brief oral introduction, but authors may express their wish to possibly give a full presentation of their full papers (subject to selection by the organising and scientific committees). 

All accepted short and full papers will be published in the Journal of Physics: Conference Series. The proceedings are submitted to Web of Science upon publication. The volumes will be listed on Web of Science, WoS: Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CTC-I), and will be indexed on Scopus and EI Compendex.

The Journal of Building Physics has a tradition of being present at editions of the international building physics conferences and has a privileged relationship with the International Association of Building Physics. The conference organisers will hold a special issue with selected papers in the Journal of Building Physics and have entrusted Profs. Carsten Rode and Menghao Qin to be the Guest Editors of this special issue. A longer version of the selected papers and long abstracts will be reviewed for publication by the Journal.

Important dates

30 November 2020:
  Deadline for abstracts

31 December 2020:  Acceptance of abstracts
28 February 2021:  Deadline for full papers (max. 8 pages) and short papers (max. 3 pages)
30 April 2021:  Acceptance all papers
25 May 2021:  Deadline early bird registration discount
31 May 2021:  Deadline revised papers
30 June 2021:  Acceptance revised papers and publication proceedings
25-27 August 2021:  IBPC 2021 at the Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen  

Miki Lynge


Test house in Nuuk, Greenland, investigates new construction principles in the Arctic (source: The ABC project, DTU, photo: Miki Lynge)
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