Tentative Workshop Programme

NOTES:Page numbers refer to the proceedings. This Programme is subject to change.

TimeTitlePage
number
Sunday, 9th
18:00
Registration
Sunday, 9th
19:00
Welcome reception
Monday, 10th
8:00
Registration
Monday, 10th
9:00 - 10:30

Opening
session

Workshop opening
Bakens, W.
CIB in a period of transition
11
Fenves, S.J.
Information technologies in construction: a personal journey
13
Break
Monday, 10th
11:00 - 13:00

Modelling 1

Crook, D., Rooke, J. and Seymour, D.
Research techniques in construction information technology
133
Ekholm, A. and Fridqvist, S.
Modeling of user organizations, buildings and spaces for the design process
165
Fridqvist, S. and Ekholm, A.
Basic object structure for computer aided modeling in building design
197
Hauser, M., Nollau, C. and Scherer, R.J.
Intelligent design tools as product model interfaces
273
Kangari, R. and Sadri, S.
Building construction primary task models
319
Toms, P.
Specification-orientated processing: integrating and sustaining what?
491
Lunch
Monday, 10th
14:00 - 16:00

Modelling 2

Arnold, J.A. and Teicholz, P.
The use of knowledge based components for automated task support in the process industry
55
Bj÷rk, B-C., L÷wnertz, K. and Kiviniemi, A.
ISO 13567 - the proposed international standard for structuring layers in computer aided building design
77
Brown, A., Cooper, G., Rezgui, Y., Brandon, P. and Kirkham, J.
The architecture and implementation of the a distributed computer integrated environment
95
Faraj, I. and Alshawi, M.
A modularized approach to the integrated environment
179
Katranuschkov, P. and Scherer, R.J.
Schema mapping and object matching: a STEP-based approach to engineering data management in open integrated environments
335
Rode, C. and Grau, K.
Pragmatic implementation of an integrated building design system
449
Break
Monday, 10th
16:30 - 18:30

Panel: Computer Integrated Construction

Tuesday, 11th
8:30 - 10:30

Internet

Amor, R., Langham, M., Fortmann, J. and Bloomfield, D.
The UK industry knowledge base feasibility study
35
Christiansson, P.
Knowledge communication in the building industry - the knowledge node concept
121
Dutton, D. M., Amor, R. W. and Bloomfield, D. P.
Knowledge-based systems and the Internet: a future perspective
153
Hannus, M., Heikkonen, A. and Laitinen, J.
Internet in construction projects and research
265
Kong, C.W., Ling T.S. and Ng, E.
On-line documentation of proven architectural facade and detailing in the tropics
347
O'Brien, M.
Production and evaluation of a multi-media product selector
403
Break
Tuesday, 11th
11:00 - 13:00

Knowledge
logistics

Barlow, R.P.G. and Amirudin, R.
Structural steelwork planning and design evaluation - a knowledge based approach
69
Garrett, Jr., J. H., Fenves, S. J. and Stasiak, D.
A WWW-based regulation broker
219
Rivard, H., Gomez N. and Fenves S.J.
An information model for the preliminary design of buildings
435
Smith, I.
Augmenting design integration and communication using idiom
467
Turk, Z.
A scenario for building regulations processing in a networked engineering environment
503
Lunch
Tuesday, 11th
14:00 - 16:00

Collaboration

Chen, Y.Z. and Maver, T.W.
Supporting interaction within virtual studios
109
Grilo, A., Betts, M. and Mateus, M.
Electronic interaction in construction: why is not a reality?
241
Guss, C.
Virtual teams, project management processes and the construction industry
253
Jamieson, M. and Thorpe, A.
Refocusing collaboration technologies in the construction value chain
297
Line, L. and Syvertsen, T.G.
Virtual engineering teams: strategy and implementation
357
Pe˝a-Mora F. and Soibelman L.
A geographically distributed multi-reasoning mechanism for change negotiation management of large scale engineering systems
409
Break
Tuesday, 11th
16:30 - 18:30

Panel: Information Highway

Workshop Dinner
Wednesday, 12th
8:30 - 10:30

IT Management

Allweyer,T., Babin-Ebell,T.,Leinenbach, S. and Scheer,A.-W.
Model-based re-engineering in the European construction industry
21
Andersson, N. and Johansson, P.
Re-engineering of the project planning process
45
Futcher, K. and Rowlinson, S.
A new model for the management of portfolios of projects
207
Jones, K.G.
The use of an evaluation matrix to inform the IT strategic planning process for maintenance management
307
Mateus, M., Watson,I., Aouad,G. and Grilo,A.
An interpretive methodology for information systems strategy development in project management
369
Shen, Q.
The impact of construct IT and the management of organizational change
457
Break
Wednesday, 12th
11:00 - 13:00

Data
management

Amor, R. and Clift, M.
Document models and concurrent engineering
33
Bouchlaghem,N.M. and Liyanage, I.G.
Virtual reality applications in the UK's construction industry
89
Gonšalves R. , PimentŃo J., Vital M., Sousa, P., Silva, H. and Steiger-GaršŃo
Integrating applications for the construction industry using a STEP-based integration platform (SIP)
231
Nollau, C., Hauser, M. and Scherer, R.J.
Information retrieval - a concept of an engineering database server for prefabricated elements
395
Vanier D.J., Lacasse M.A. and Parsons A.
Using product models to represent user requirements
511
Lunch
Wednesday, 12th
14:00 - 16:00

Integration
Practice

Duhovnik, J. and Dolinsek, B.
Computer modeling of robotic assembling of reinforcement
145
Ikeda , M., Sekihara, Y. and Itoh, N.
Construction planning system for high-rise buildings using an object-based model
283
Molkenthin, F.
Integration of construction, calculation and documentation - "the structural editor"
383
Rebolj, D. and Tibaut A.
Integrated information system supporting road design, evaluation and construction
423
Tah, J. H. M.
Object-oriented models for integrated intelligent project management
479
Break
Wednesday, 12th
16:30 - 18:30

CIB W78 Meeting