BPA book promotion contest: 10 more days

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Dear colleagues:

This is a reminder that my book promotion contest for Building Performance Analysis is still open for another ten days, until 24 April 2019 (12:00/noon GMT). In order to participate, please visit my website at www.bldg-perf.org and have a look at the page with various building performance aspects. For the contest, I am looking for you to identify a new building performance aspect that is not yet included in my overview, or to suggest an edit that helps me to improve the current listing. The winner will get a free copy of the book, posted to wherever he/she is based. Terms and conditions of the contest are posted on the website. I look forward to some futher submissions by the members of this list.

For those who have a deeper interest in the subject and are looking at options to learn more about building performance, I would like to point to our MSc in High Performance Buildings here in Plymouth, where I teach a number of modules on the basis of the book. Info about the course can be found at: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/msc-high-performance-buildings . Beyond that, I am always interested to hear from anyone who is contemplating (PhD) research in the area.

Best regards,
Pieter de Wilde

Professor of Building Performance Analysis
Associate Head of School, School of Art, Design and Architecture

University of Plymouth
Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon PL4 8AA, United Kingdom
Roland Levinsky Building Room 301A
Email: pieter.dewilde at plymouth.ac.uk

For an introduction to some of my work in the field of
Building Performance Analysis, see my research website at:



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