IES Faculty

Our popular IES Faculty events provide an open forum in which building design professionals can come together to discuss and debate recent developments and current challenges faced by the industry. These interactive public sessions, led with presentations from key industry experts, provide the perfect setting to collaborate and exchange ideas with your fellow peers, whilst also learning how the VE can help you tackle current design issues. Please note that all events in our IES Faculty series are free to attend.

Details of our next IES Faculty will be posted here. If you would like to enquire about upcoming events, or to suggest a topic you would like to see covered in a future faculty session, please email events@iesve.com.
 

IES Faculty

Our popular IES Faculty events provide an open forum in which building design professionals can come together to discuss and debate recent developments and current challenges faced by the industry. These interactive public sessions, led with presentations from key industry experts, provide the perfect setting to collaborate and exchange ideas with your fellow peers, whilst also learning how the VE can help you tackle current design issues. Please note that all events in our IES Faculty series are free to attend.

Details of our next IES Faculty will be posted here. If you would like to enquire about upcoming events, or to suggest a topic you would like to see covered in a future faculty session, please email events@iesve.com.
 

IES Faculty

Our popular IES Faculty events provide an open forum in which building design professionals can come together to discuss and debate recent developments and current challenges faced by the industry. These interactive public sessions, led with presentations from key industry experts, provide the perfect setting to collaborate and exchange ideas with your fellow peers, whilst also learning how the VE can help you tackle current design issues. Please note that all events in our IES Faculty series are free to attend.

Details of our next IES Faculty will be posted here. If you would like to enquire about upcoming events, or to suggest a topic you would like to see covered in a future faculty session, please email events@iesve.com.
 

BIM4Analysis 2017 Update

Join the IES team on Thursday 2nd February 2017 at 10am GMT for the next instalment of our popular IES Faculty BIM webinar series. We’ll share the latest updates on our BIM4Analysis strategy, as well as where we are with our interoperability development work, helping you improve Revit® to IES data exchange and enhance your BIM workflow with analysis. Plus, we will provide a sneak peek at our soon to be released IESVE BIM Navigator.

Details & Registration

Previous Faculty Events

If you missed any of our previous Faculty events, or if you are simply looking to recap on the content of an earlier session, all resources are available to view here. 

Latest IES Faculty: How to do WELL with IES

In our last IES Faculty, we took a closer look at the application of the Virtual Environment for designing for health and wellbeing, with a particular focus on the WELL Building Standard™.

Health & Wellbeing in the Built Environment, Ann Marie Aguilar, International WELL Building Institute

WELL and MEP Implications,  Julie Godefroy, Delos Solutions

WELL Inspired Design & The Role of Simulation, Lindsey Malcolm, XCO2

BIM4Analysis 12 months on

In the latest of our educational IES Faculty sessions, our experts Dr Sarah Graham and BIM Lead for IES, Douglas Bell, were joined by Jean Carriere of Trailloop to provide insight into our BIM4Analysis approach and update on our interoperability development. 

Setting the BIM4Analysis Scene
Sarah introduced the session, providing a global context for BIM and identifying where opportunities lie.
BIM Integration Features, Douglas Bell, IES
Douglas presented the latest hints and tips for improving geometry and data import. He demonstrates how you can save time locating and assigning constructions and how to create a full loop in your design process - export models to the VE, run calcs and easily export the results data back to Revit®.  BIM Interoperability for Energy Modeling, Jean Carriere, Trailloop
Jean Carriere of Trailloop presented the most recent thinking on his approach to producing building loads for systems sizing and energy modelling from an integrated modelling process. Typically, these two exercises are carried out in isolation thus missing the opportunity to fully exploit the BIM enabled approach.
IES Faculty YouTube Playlist

All of our previous Faculty recordings can be accessed here.

DiscoverIES

You can also read up on previous IES Faculty topics and access resources from past events on our DiscoverIES page.

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Further Information

If you would like any further information on our IES Faculty series, please feel free to contact our events team. 

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