payment by March 31,
payment from April 1,
|Regular with IBPSA-Canada Membership||$425||$525|
|Student with IBPSA-Canada Membership||$250||$300|
|Student||$300||$350||Practitioner track (Wednesday only, w/o banquet ticket)||$150||$200|
|Additional banquet ticket (one banquet ticket is included in the registration fee)||$100|
|Workshops||Workshop fees vary – See Workshop section for details.|
Abstract submission (150 words) : Sunday, October 15 2017
Abstract acceptance: Week ending November 24 2017
Full papers due (1st): Sunday, February 4 2018
Reviewers comments: Sunday, March 4 2018
Final papers due: Sunday, March 18 2018
Abstract submission for the practitioner track : Saturday, March 31 2018
|Tuesday, May 8||Wednesday, May 9||Thursday, May 10||Friday, May 11|
|Morning||Half and/or Full Day Workshops||Registration, Conference Starts, Parallel Scientific Sessions (including a practitioners track)||Parallel Scientific Sessions||Half and/or Full Day Workshops|
Parallel Scientific Sessions, Software demos,
Parallel Scientific Sessions,
Closing Remarks, Conference End
|Early Evening||Early Registration
|Conference Reception and Banquet||–||–|
LOGISTICS AND TRAVEL
Travelling to Montréal
There are many convenient ways to travel to Montréal. Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) offers many flights and is conveniently located, approximately 20 kilometres from downtown Montréal. Ground transportation to the airport is possible using the Bus 747 Express or taxis/limousines. Major car rental firms are located at all airports.
For travel within Canada, visitors can travel to Montréal via VIA Rail or bus. For more information on getting here, please visit the Tourism Montréal website.
Where to Stay
No block of rooms has been reserved since Montréal offers multiple options in terms of lodgings. The following hotels are within walking distance of ÉTS-Montréal. Additional options can be found on the Tourism Montréal website:
approximately 0.5 km from ÉTS Montréal
Hyatt Regency Montréal
approximately 1.7 km from ÉTS Montréal
How to Get to ÉTS
Maps and directions
For taxi service from Téo Taxi (download the app) or Taxi Diamond – 514 273-6331
The métro (subway) and many buses service ÉTS from the downtown area. Fare is $3.25 per trip. Visit the STM website for more information.
Finding your way around campus
Please see the campus map for the location of buildings we will be using for the conference or consult ÉTSmap, an Android App to Help You Find Your Way Around ÉTS.
Parking on Campus
Conference delegates requiring daily parking can use the parking lot located in Building B for $15 CAD per day.
We are pleased to provide partnership opportunities for organizations and individuals interested in demonstrating a commitment to the use of building simulation tools in the design of sustainable buildings. Our partnership packages are summarized in the following document, though we would be open to other possibilities.