Building Information Modeling
Recent work in Building Information Modeling has focused on the development of space models that support space data information needs of applications in the building operation phase. Application domains include lighting and HVAC, facility management, and indoor navigation.
Georg Suter, Milos Sipetic, Filip Petrushevski, Sibel Macit, Sergio Leal-Camara
Austrian Science Fund, Zumtobel Lighting GmbH, Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBITAK)
G. Suter, “A space model for personal lighting control,” in 12th Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality, Taipei, Taiwan, 2012.
G. Suter, F. Petrushevski, and M. Sipetic, “Boolean operations on network-based space layouts,” in International Workshop: Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2012, Herrsching (Munich), Germany, 2012.
G. Suter, “Operations on network-based space layouts,” in 11th Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality, Weimar, Germany, 2011, pp. 567-578.
G. Suter, F. Petrushevski, and M. Sipetic, “Design of a personalized lighting control system enabled by a space
model,” in 11th International Conference for Enhanced Building Operations, Brooklyn, NY, USA, 2011.
G. Suter, “Outline of a schema for network-based space layouts,” in 8th European Conference on Product and Process Modelling, European
Group for Intelligent Computing in Engineering (EG-ICE), Cork, Ireland, 2010a.
G. Suter, “Topological constraints for consistency checking of network-based
space layouts,” in 27th International Conference on Applications of IT in the AEC Industry, Cairo, Egypt, 2010b.