BSUG End of Year Survey
Hello,

Thank you for attending a BSUG session! We would appreciate if you could take some time (2-5mins) to participate in our survey! We hope that we can continue to improve the BSUG lecture series with your feedback. Thank you for your help!

The Building Simulation Users’ Group (BSUG) was created in 2009 to help start a community centered around architecture and engineering-focused building simulation. Users’ groups are in unique positions to generate content that draws upon the diverse expertise of its members and guest lecturers. This content has the potential to help support and add value to the established simulation community.

BSUG 2017 Summary:

March 22nd, 2017 : TMSF Energy Optimization by Skylar Swinford & Scott Yribar

April 26th, 2017 : Using Analytics to Optimize Equipment Operation and Reduce Energy Use by Jake MacArthur

May 24th, 2017 : The Power of the Hour - The Multitude of Uses for Hourly Energy Model Output

June 28th, 2017: Climate Design Tools

October 25th, 2017: Using Building Simulation to Analyze Energy Savings from a Smart Thermostat

November 15th, 2017: LightStanza - Accurate, Intuitive, Web-Based Daylighting


Please answer the questions below to participate in this survey.

What is your professional affiliation? *
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How many BSUG sessions would you like us to host for the year?
What day of the week are you most likely to attend a BSUG session?
What time of day are you most likely to attend a BSUG Session?
How would you like to hear about BSUG in the future?
Would you like us to co-host one or two BSUG sessions with other organization? If yes, please click all that apply.
What are some future topics you would like to see for BSUG?
We welcome your comments or suggestions for ways in which the IDL can engage and attract new members to the BSUG sessions.
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