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C O N T E N T S
00 Introduction
00 Welcome Messages
00 Committee Member
00 Program at a Glance
00 Keynote Speeches
00 Special Sessions
00 Academic Sessions
00 Poster Sessions
00 Sudent Exhibition
00 Floor Plan
00 Symposium Information
00 Useful Information
INTRODUCTION
The International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia (ISAIA) is a biennial international symposium cosponsored by the Architectural Institute of Korea (AIK) together with the Architectural Society of China (ASC) and the
Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ).
The 9th ISAIA is scheduled to be held on October 22~25, 2012 in Gwangju, Korea and hosted by AIK.
‘The International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia’ was established to promote communication with people
in the rest of Asia and cooperate for the development of 26th Asian architecture and culture in 1986. And the history of it
follows as;
1st ISAIA
September 6~12, 1986
Fukuoka, Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan
2nd ISAIA Asian Architecture in the 21st Century
September 8~10, 1998
Kobe, Japan
3rd ISAIA Challenges and Roles of Asian
February 23~25, 2000
Jeju, Korea
September 17~19, 2002
Chongqing, China
June 1~4, 2004
Matsue, Japan
6th ISAIA A+T : Neo-Value in Asian Architecture
October 25~28, 2006
Daegu, Korea
7th ISAIA Urban Renewal and Architecture Creation
October 15~17, 2008
Beijing, China
8th ISAIA Asian ViewOrder and Wisdom for the Future
November 9~12, 2010
Kitakyushu, Japan
9th ISAIA Technological Advancements in
October 22~25, 2012
Gwangju, Korea
Architecture for the New Millennium
4th ISAIA Resource Architecture and
Modern Technology
5th ISAIA Global Environment and Diversity of
Asian Architecture
Architecture
* The 1st ISAIA was held in conjunction with AIJ 100th Anniversary
INTEGRATION : Technological Advancements in Architecture
In recent development of technology industrywide, the core of their major changes can be defined as the integration of
seemingly different sectors of knowledge. Architectural field is no exception from this mega trends and also facing new
challenges which might redirect the way that the architecture has been realized. Building Information Modeling, even though
it itself is a great challenge to be perfected, is merely an implication of the greater wave of new spirit of our age. It is time to
discuss and share new ideas and researches crossing over various fields of technological advancement in Architecture.
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
02 | 03
WELCOME MESSAGES
Chee-Ho Seo
Sae-Jun Lee
President of AIK
Local Organizing Committee
We are honored to be here today and delighted to welcome all of you to the 9th International Symposium on Architectural
Interchanges in Asia(ISAIA2012). Gwangju, the hosting city of our symposium has rich cultural heritages and is also,
significant city of Korean democratic history. With this year of symposium theme : Technological Advancements in
Architecture, it is quite meaningful to hold the event in this cultural city.
Fast advancement of new technologies, Historic preservation, Growing consciousness to sustainable environment, Global and
Local Industrializations, The new century has brought out a great deal of challenges in the field of architecture. And we are
here together to share the valuable results of our researches and precious knowledge. Through this event, we will not only
promote the scholarly achievements, but, more importantly, enhance mutural understanding and friendship with common
value towards the future.
Since its commencement in 1986 and the first proceedings published in 1998, the scholars and professionals of architecture
not only from Korea, China and Japan but also from the other parts of Asia have convened and shared their experiences and
knowledge for betterment of architecture in this region and beyond. It has been almost two decades of our cooperative
endeavor to make this symposium meaningful and mutually beneficial to us all. Having this 9th Symposium with demanding
issues which would relate advanced technologies to envrinoment towards the better future.
Seven catgegorized Academic Sessions and four Special Sessions regarding specific issues such as Technologies in
Architectural Design, IT & Automation in Construction Engineering, Zero Energy Building and High rising building construction
in Asia are all tailored to welcome respectable scholars, professionals and stakeholders. Along with a valuable academic
exchanging opportunity, we sincerely wish that you enjoy and celebrate this gathering with friends and colleagues.
Again, on behalf of the all member of the AIK, we would like to thank you for your participantion and contribution and,
welcome to the 9th International Symposuim on Architectural Interchanges in Asia.
WELCOME MESSAGES
Che Shujian
President of ASC
On behalf of the Architectural Society of China, I would like to forward our warmest welcome to all participants to the 9th
ISAIA, which will be held in Gwangju, Korea from October 22 to 25. I would also like to thank AIK for their sincere hard work
for organizing the event.
In the 21th century, the Architectural Society of China is studying the core value of the architectural profession, encouraging
the inheritance of the traditional architecture and the architectural innovation, and increasing the understanding of the public
to the architectural professionals via a series of activities. The International Symposium of Architectural Interchange in Asia
is co-organized by AIK, AIJ and ASC which has a bigger and bigger influence and attracts the leading professionals from all
over the world. The main theme of the 9th ISAIA is the “Technological Advancements in Architecture”. The delegates will
have a broad exchange on the topic of architectural design, construction engineering, building environmental engineering and
structural engineering. We wish that the meeting will bring forward the new thoughts and ideas, new techniques and
measures, new method and experience to promote the sustainable development of architectural technology and culture in the
east Asia, Asia and even the world.
I wish a great success for the 9th International Symposium of Architectural Interchange in Asia.
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
04 | 05
WELCOME MESSAGES
Akira Wada
President of AIJ
It gives me great pleasure today to announce the opening of the 9th International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges
in Asia here in the historic city of Gwangju in the Republic of Korea. We appreciate much for your sympathy and supports
from Korea and China after the severe earthquake disaster on March 11, 2011 in Japan.
Today’s theme, entitled ‘Technological Advancements in Architecture’, poses the question of how architecture in Asia should
be ascending. Since architecture constitutes nothing less than the living environment of human societies, it is now seeking
new modalities which it can pass on to the next generation. We have learned that, if we continue with the mass production
and consumption of today, we will leave a terrible legacy concerning the global environment and ecology.
Using our unique cultural traditions and the research findings and technology we have accumulated, we need to build a
sustainable society which not only preserves and passes on architectural heritage and historical structures, but also offers
solutions to problems such as natural disasters caused by climate change, very severe earthquakes and tsunami. I am sure
that the Symposium which begins today will provide a wide range of responses to this challenge from the various regions and
specialist fields.
South Korea, China, Japan and the other countries of Asia therefore need to build ever-closer ties, and progressively pool
their knowledge for the resolution of shared problems. I sincerely hope that this Symposium will represent a step forward for
the architecture of Asia as it progresses toward the next generation.
We, Architects and Engineers, must not forget that we have a mission to make the world a better place to live.
Before I close, I would like to thank the Architectural Institute of Korea, who kindly undertook the preparations for this
symposium, from the Institute’s President Professor Seo Chee-Ho to the organizing committee and secretariat members. I also
wish to thank the participants who have gathered here today from far and wide, and to offer my best wishes for the success
of the symposium.
Thank you very much.
ORGANIZATION
Organization Committee
Chairman
Chee-Ho Seo (President, AIK)
Vice Chairman
Jaepil Choi (Vice President, AIK)
Waon-Ho Yi (Kwangwoon University)
Members
Sang-Ho Lee (Vice President, AIK)
Shujian Che (President of ASC)
Akira Wada (President, AIJ)
Hyun-Soo Lee (Seoul National University)
Young-Soo Lee (Vice President, AIK)
Zongwei Xu (Executive Vice President)
Shuji Funo (Vice President, AIJ)
Hway-Suh Kim (Dankook University)
Local Organizing Committee
Chairman
Sae-Jun Lee (Honam University)
Vice Chairman
Gee-Min Kim (Mokpo National University)
Members
Kil-Joon Yoo (Vice President, AIK)
Dae-Ik Kim (Vice President, AIK)
Yong-Ho Lee (Vice President, AIK)
Jun-Seon Yoon (Kangnam University)
Bong-Hee Jeon (Seoul National University)
Hyo-Seong Jang (Daewoo E&C.)
Gee-Joo Ha (Vice President, AIK)
Nak-Joon Seong (Vice President, AIK)
Nam-Yong Jee (Hanyang University)
Won-Hwa Hong (Kyungpook National University)
Jong-Hun Kim (Paichai University)
Mi-Jin Park (Incheon University)
Local Executive Committee
Chairman
Jun-Seon Yoon (Kangnam University)
Members
Ji-Hoon Kweon (Keimyung University)
Park (Dongguk University)
Bo-Sik Son (Namseoul University)
Ha-Yub Song (Chungang University)
Kum-Yeol Oh (Utop)
Jae-Hee Chung (Hongik University)
Hun-Hee Cho (Korea University)
Seok-Ho Kim (Kumho E&C) Kwan-Soon
Jun-Seok Park (Hanyang University)
Doo-Sam Song (Sungkyunkwan University)
Sai-Gyu Oh (Chonnam National University)
Jae-Yong Chung (Hongik University)
Young-Jin Cho (AURIC)
Jae-Hyouk Choi (Chosun University)
Academic Session Organizer
Architectural Planning and Design
Bon-Deok Ku (Yeungnam University)
Architectural History and Theory
Deuk-Youm Cheon (Chonnam National University)
Urban Planning and Design
Tae-Ho Byun (SungKyunKwan University)
Environmental Technologies
Seung-Jik Suh (Inha University)
Structural Engineering
Yeong-Soo Shin (Ewha Womans University)
Building Materials
Soo-Kyung Choi (Hanseo University)
Construction Engineering & Management
Sang-Keun Oh (Seoul National University)
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
06 | 07
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
Oct 22 (Mon)
Oct 23 (Tues)
Convention Hall
Venue
08:00
Oct 24 (Wed)
Oct 25 (Thur)
201 202 203 204 206 207 208 209 210 C310
09:00
Academic Session
09:30
Opening
A-1 A-2 G-1 G-2 A-3 G-3 C-1 F-1 B-1 A-4
10:00
Keynote Speech 1
10:30
Coffee Break
Coffee Break
11:00
Keynote Speech 2
11:30
Keynote Speech 3
12:30
Lunch
Student Exhibition
Registration
13:00
13:30
14:00
Special
Session 1
14:30
Special
Session 2
Poster Display / Student Exhibition
Registration
12:00
A-5 A-6 G-4 G-5 E-1 E-2 C-2 F-2 B-2 A-7
Cultural
Tour
Lunch
A-8 A-9 G-6 G-7 E-3 E-4 D-1 B-3 B-4 A-10
15:00
15:30
Coffee Break
16:00
Coffee Break
17:00
17:30
Registration
16:30
Special
Session 3
Special
Session 4
A-11 A-12 G-8 G-9 A-13 E-5 D-2 B-5 B-6 A-14
18:00
18:30
19:00
19:30
Welcome
Reception
20:00
Farewell Party
20:30
21:00
A : Architectural Planning and Design
D : Construction Engineering and Management
G: Urban Planning and Design
B : Architectural History and Theory
E : Environmental Technologies
C : Building Materials
F : Structural Engineering
KEYNOTE SPEECHES
Date / Time
Oct 23 (Tues), 2012 / 10:00~10:30
Session Room
Convention Hall 2+3 (4F)
Keynote 1
The Space Open
In-Cheurl Kim
Archium, Chung-Ang University, Korea
The ground is a fundamental element in architectural design.
It has to be considered from the beginning of the process of design. An architectural concept is
determined by the conditions of the ground.
Nature and Geography influence the shape of the spaces as well as the architectural form. In
Korea, this form consists of an architecture without boundaries.
Unlike the closed space of a masonry wall, the opened space of post-and-lintel constructional
system has evolved into a domain that blurs the limits between an inside and an outside by
bringing down constructive boundaries.
Hence, our space (the “Korean space”) can’t apply to this strict dichotomy of separation of
inside and outside.
Urbanhive and Gilmosery projects expanded on this domain by separating the boundaries of
space between skin and structure.
It is different condition with Korea, the projects in Cambodia and Nepal are trials to convert a
space to a domain, according to each locally conditions. The main theme of Khmeresque, the
project located in Cambodia, is the heat of the tropics while the one in Nepal, the JOMSOM
radio station, is the wind of the alpine regions.
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
08 | 09
KEYNOTE SPEECHES
Date / Time
Oct 23 (Tues), 2012 / 11:00~11:30
Session Room
Convention Hall 2+3 (4F)
Keynote 2
Soft Sustainability
Zhang Li
Associate Dean of Architectural School, Tsinghua University / Atelier TeamMinus, China
In our current time of Internet and Globalization there is a strongthened world wide belief in
Science and Technology. While this optimism in the leadership of technology does result in
improved lives in most places around world, there are issues that may be tackled if we have a
smarter approach to technolgy.
One such issue is the continuity of regional/local culture. We can hardly imagine a
city/community be truly sustainable without extending its own cultural tradition. Simply
adopting newer and higher technology doesn’t contribute to this. If technological advancement
provide the ‘hard’ part of sustainability - material capabilities and choices- it needs to be
complimented by the ‘soft’ part of sustainability, namely the selection and use of technology
that is distinctive to the uniqueness of a given situation.
The speaker therefore argues that the purpose of using technology should not bethe celebration
of technological advancement per se, but the celebration of cultural resilience of a particular
place at a particular time. With a series case studies, discussions are made on different
technological strategies and their successes or failures in different places.
KEYNOTE SPEECHES
Date / Time
Oct 23 (Tues), 2012 / 11:30~12:00
Session Room
Convention Hall 2+3 (4F)
Keynote 3
TOKYO SKYTREE Challenge to design the tallest structure in the world
Toru Kobori
Senior Executive Officer, Nikken Sekkei Ltd., Japan
TOKYO SKYTREE, which was completed in the spring of 2012, has a height of 634m, the second
tallest structure in the world after Burj Khalifa, and the world’s tallest freestanding tower.
Observation decks are situated at two locations, 350m and 450m above the ground, with a
broadcast antenna installed in the part above a height of 500m.
The plan shape of the tower gradually changes from a triangular shape at the lowest level to a
circular shape at the highest level, rendering a different silhouette depending on the viewing
position.
The structural form is mainly structural steel using pipes, but “core column vibration control”
was adopted using a cylindrical shaped RC core in the center of the tower designed to deal with
earthquakes and typhoons.
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
10 | 11
SPECIAL SESSIONS
Special Session 1
Architectural Planning and Design
Technologies in Architectural Design
Oct 23 (Tues) 13:30~15:30 Convention Hall 2
Moderator
Eui-Young Chun (Professor, Kyonggi University, Korea)
Speakers
Han-Jong Jun (Professor, Hanyang University, Korea)
Yong Jiang (Assistant President of Arcitectural School, Tsinghua University, China)
Shimamura Kazuyuki (Senior Deputy General, Taisei Corporation, Japan)
Panels
Seung-Koo Jo (Professor, Tongmyong University, Korea)
Kyung-Hoon Lee (Professor, Kookmin University, Korea)
Special Session 2
Building Materials
IT & Automation in Construction Engineering
Oct 23 (Tues) 13:30~15:30 Convention Hall 3
Moderator
Soonwook Kwon (Professor, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea)
Speakers
Sang-Won Han (Professor, University of Seoul, Korea)
Maeda Junichiro (Former Deputy General, Shimizu Corporation, Japan)
Min-Yuan Cheng (Professor, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)
Panels
Young-Suk Kim (Professor, Inha University, Korea)
Jun-Bok Lee (Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea)
Special Session 3
Environmental Technologies
Zero Energy Building
Oct 23 (Tues) 16:00~18:00 Convention Hall 2
Moderator
Geun-Young Yun (Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea)
Speakers
Jin-Chul Park (Professor, Chung-Ang University, Korea)
Ida Hedvig Bryn (Erichsen & Horgen A/S, Norway)
Shigeo Nagase (Advisor, Samsung C&T, Japan )
Panels
Jurng-Jae Yee (Professor, Dong-A University, Korea)
Soo-Young Kim (Professor, Yonsei University, Korea)
Yang-Ki Oh (Professor, Mokpo National University, Korea)
Special Session 4
Structural Engineering
High Rising Building Construction in Asia
Oct 23 (Tues) 16:00~18:00 Convention Hall 3
Moderator
Kwang-Ryang Chung (Chief Executive Officer, Dongyang Structural Engineers Group, Korea)
Speakers
Tanno Yoshio (Principal Engineer, Takenaka Corporation, Japan)
Jiemin Ding (President, Tongji Architectural Design (Group) Co., Ltd, China)
Kwang-Ryang Chung (Chief Executive Officer, Dongyang Structural Engineers Group, Korea)
Panels
Young-Kyu Ju (Professor, Korea University, Korea)
Jae-Hyouk Choi (Professor, Chosun University, Korea)
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
OCT 24 (Wen)
09:00-10:45
Room : 201
Chairs: Soomi Kim(Korea), Akiko Watanabe(Japan)
A-1
Architectural Planning and Design
A-1-1 A Study on the Planning Direction of the ‘Small-scaled Container Housing’
Jongju Cho, Haeyeon Yoo, Yeonjung Park, Jungyeon Yoon, Taeho Chung
Soongsil University, Korea
A-1-2 Common Ecological Technology for Modern Office Buildings in China
Zhi Dou, Min Zhao
Beijing China-Union Engineering Co., Ltd., China
A-1-3 Development of High-Volume Timber House
Tetsu Masaki, Terukazu Takeshita
Kyushu University, Japan
A-1-4 Floating Building as a New Paradigm of Architecture
Changho Moon
Kunsan National University, Korea
A-1-5 A Study on Spatial Effectiveness Relies on Actual Use Situation of Community Centers. A Case Study in
the YongKang District, Taiwan
Bo-Nian Su, Makoto Tsunoda
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
A-1-6 Visual Characters Attribute of Restaurants & Cafe’ Hybrid Function in Bandung
Sri Astuti
TB / RIHS, Indonesia
A-1-7 Architectural Planning Features of Multi-Use Commercial Complexes Based on Recent Development in Korea
Soomi Kim
Soongsil University, Korea
09:00-10:45
Room : 202
Chairs: Sai-Gyu Oh(Korea), Maki Watanabe(Japan)
A-2
Architectural Planning and Design
A-2-1 Significance of Site Reconstruction after Earthquake Disasters: Cases of 2006 Central Java and 2007
Noto Peninsula Earthquake
Hidefumi Yamaguchi
Kobe University, Japan
A-2-2 Resistance Time – Exploring Improve Old Area Inhabitant Environment
Zhang Zhiqiang, Guo Ying, Shaosen Wang, Shijie Liao
Xiamen University, China
A-2-3 Analysis of Demographic by Small Mesh and Study on Urban Reduction
Kaoru Matsumiya, Kiyoaki Oikawa
Ritsumeikan University, Japan
A-2-4 Spatial Planning and Children’s Behaviors of Toy Library in Japan
Puei Kuen Cheow, Kazuhiko Nishide
The University of Tokyo, Japan
A-2-5 A Study on the Class Space Utilization of Elementary School
Makoto Tsutsuno, Young-Ju Yoo, Kaname Yanagisawa
Chiba University, Japan
A-2-6 Personal Space Small Mobile Robot Moves Towards Crouching, Sitting, and Supine Adult Males
Saori Nakajima, Akiko Watanabe
Tokyo Denki University, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
12 | 13
A-2-7 A Research of the Recent Situation and Future Agenda for the Reconstruction Dwelling Planning in the
Tohoku Quake & Tsunami Stricken District – A Study of the Sanriku Coast Tsunami Disaster Area in Japan
Osamu Sakuma
KIT, Japan
09:00-10:45
Room : 203
Chairs: Jae-yong Chung(Korea)
G-1
Urban Planning and Design
G-1-1 Development of Environmental Evaluation Tool for Low Carbon Society Toward the Planning of Compact City
Akinori Yamashita, Shinji Ikaruga, Takeshi Kobayashi
Yamaguchi University, Japan
G-1-2 The Way to Change a Reinforced Concrete City Into a Liveable City for Human Living
Wei Zheng, Xue-dong Xu
Shandong Agricultural University, China
G-1-3 Analysis on Summer Temperature Distribution in the Basin City - For Making an Urban Environmental
Climate Map of Hadano City, KanagawaShohei Noguchi, Takahiro Tanaka, Satoru Sadohara
Hiroshima University, Japan
G-1-4 Structure and Framework of the Sustainability Plan for the University
Takao Ozasa
Hokkaido University, Japan
G-1-5 A Study on the Outdoor Temperature Distribution in High-dense and Low-rise Urban Area in Summer: For
Improving Thermal Environment in Summer
Kentaro Hayashi, Takahiro Tanaka, Shusuke Inachi
Hiroshima University, Japan
G-1-6 The Transformation and Management Issue of Water Environment of Irrigation Ponds in Urban District
Kazumi Kudoh Nishida
Akashi National College of Technology, Japan
09:00-10:45
Room : 204
Chairs: Tae-Yang Shin(Korea)
G-2
Urban Planning and Design
G-2-1 Research on New Development Modes of Urban and Rural Cultural Landscape
Qing Yuan, Yanhong Ma
Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China
G-2-2 Landscape Issue and Multi-agent Simulation of City Development. The Case Study of Hirakata City
Eric Boris Raphael Lefebvre, Kazuhiko Sakakibara, Okinori Taniguchi
Osaka Sangyo University, Japan
G-2-3 Research Into Liyuan Buildings, the Spatial Composition of Liyuan Blocks and Liyuan Residents’
Lifestyles in Qingdao, China
Limin Shao, Hiroyuki Kanekiyo
Shandong University of Art & Design, China
G-2-4 A Study of the Adaptive Design of Urban Waterfront Based on City Features
Rong Li
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
G-2-5 Characteristics of Population Dynamics of Local City Focused on Transportation Facilities
Hiroki Ogawa
Wakayama University, Japan
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
G-2-6 Migration Patterns and the Future of a Marginal Community
Kentaro Yagi
Nishinippon Institute of Technology, Japan
09:00-10:45
Room : 206
Chairs: Kyong-Won Kim(Korea)
A-3
Architectural Planning and Design
A-3-1 Analysis of Cooling/Heating Loads Depending on Window Area Ratios and Mass Forms of Green BIMBased Office Towers
Kweon-hyoung Lee, Jae-wook Lee, Jung-rim Ryu, Seung-Yeon Choo
Kyungpook National University, Korea
A-3-2 The Sustainable Technological Strategies Applied on Commercial Architecture in Australia
Jizhong Shao
Southeast University, China
A-3-3 Characteristics of Tasks in the Research of the Effects of Foliage Plants on Human Performance
Desto Jumeno, Hiroshi Matsumoto
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
A-3-4 Optimal Design Method for Sustainable Housing Incorporating Environmental Performance-Focused on
the Sunlight Environment and Energy Efficiency
Ji Eun Lee, Kang Up Lee
Hanyang University, Korea
A-3-5 Analysis on Evaluation Method of Solar Decathlon as an Improving Process
Angel Rafael Martinez Mora, Hiroki Suzuki, Akiko Okabe, Shota Tajima
Chiba University, Mexico
A-3-6 Development of Building Load Prediction Formula for ZEB Realization
Sungmo Seo, Sujin Kim, Eonku Rhee
Chung-Ang University, Korea
09:00-10:45
Room : 207
Chairs: Dong-Hee Lee(Korea)
G-3
Urban Planning and Design
G-3-1 Rural Landscape Composition and Protection in Sasayama City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
Naoko Kuriyama, Koichi Miwa
Kobe University, Japan
G-3-2 Development and Community in a Rural Improvement Project in Japan
Kyoung-Hwa Chang, Juichi Yamazaki
Kobe University, Japan
G-3-3 Research on the Effective Reutilization of Wooden Schoolhouses Located in the Ru-ral, Mountainous
Regions of Japan - An Example of Activities Concerning the Effective Reutili-zation of a Wooden School
Naoyuki Yamaguchi
TASTEN Architects, Japan
G-3-4 Relationship between Geographical Condition and Cultivation Form of Farm Households in Mountainous Village
- Case Study on Kutsuwai Village in Shimonoseki CitySachiko Yamamoto, Hirotaka Watanabe, Mahito Nakazono
University of Tsukuba, Japan
G-3-5 Accessibility and Availability Analysis of Temporary Fueling Sites in Rikuzentakata-City
Ryo Sanuki, Tatsuya Suzuki, Tohru Yoshikawa
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
14 | 15
G-3-6 Research on the Relationship between CO2 Emissions from Person-Trip of Daily Activity and Urban
Structure in Kumamoto City, Japan
Jun Ye, Kazuhisa Iki, Riken Homma
Kumamoto University, China
G-3-7 Comparative Study on the Regeneration Practice of Urban Public Space Guided by the Bus Rapid Transit
System – Case Studies of Guangzhou’s Tianhe Center District and Portland’s Downtown City Center
Jianwen Huang, Ying Xu
Guangdong University of Technology, China
09:00-10:45
Room : 208
Chairs: Jun-Seon Yoon(Korea)
C-1
Building Materials
C-1-1 Study on the Development of Super-high-early-strength Precast Concrete Using a Hardening Accelerator
Taebeom Min, Hanseung Lee
Hanyang University, Korea
C-1-2 An Experimental Study on the Prediction for the Compressive Strength of Concrete with Blast Furnace
Slag by Maturity Method
Myungwon Cho, Hyunmin Yang, Hanseung Lee
Hanyang University, Korea
C-1-3 A Study on the Early Compressive Strength of Mortar with Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Using
the Plastic Deformation of Industrial Byproducts
Jinhyoung Kim, Hanseung Lee, Kangjin Lee
Hanyang University, Korea
C-1-4 Changes in Solar Reflectance of Highly Reflective Roofing Sheets Installed on the Building Roofs
Jihui Yuan, Kazuo Emura, Hideki Sakai
Osaka City University, Japan
C-1-5 An Experimental Study in Strength Development and Cementing Efficiency Estimation of Mortar
Containing Fly Ash
Changseok Lee, Namyong Jee
Hanyang University, Korea
C-1-6 Strangth Properties of The Cement Type Materials Utilizing Paper Sludge Ash
Teruji Iwahara
Sojo University, Japan
09:00-10:45
Room : 209
Chairs: Chang-Geun Cho(Korea)
F-1
F-1-1
Structural Engineering
A Feasibility Study of Direct-connection Technique by Use of Post-installed Anchor Bolts for Horizontally
Mixed Structural System
Ryota Mitomi, Kazuki Takahashi, Takumi Ito, Wataru Kambe, Kenji Fujii
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
F-1-2
A Simplified Evaluation Method for Fire Resistance Performance of Donut Type Biaxial Hollow Slab
Hae-Jeong Cho, Joo-Hong Chung, Hyun-Ki Choi, Seung-Chang Lee, Chang-Sik Choi
Hanyang University, Korea
F-1-3
Evaluation on Seismic Behavior of Existing RC Structures with Old Masonry Wall
Sijeong Jeong, Woojung Jung, Taein Jeon, Takashi Kamiya, Jaehyouk Choi
Chosun University, Korea
F-1-4
Anchorage Capacity of Headed Bars with Side Split in TTC Nodes
Jinsoo Hong, Hyungsuk Jung, Baekil Bae, Changsik Choi
Hanyang University, Korea
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
09:00-10:45
Room : 210
Chairs: Jong-Hun Kim(Korea)
B-1
Architectural History and Theory
B-1-1 A Study on Integration of Prefabrication and Locality Focusing on Rudolph Schindler’s “Schindler-Shelter”
Shingo Suekane, Yasuhiro Yamasaki
Kansai University, Japan
B-1-2 Between History and Tradition: Architectural Modernity in the Japanese Exhibitions in the West and the
Colonized Korea
Yoonchun Jung
McGill University, Canada
B-1-3 Importation of Le Corbusier’s ‘Roof Garden’ to Japanese Modern Architecture
Shoichiro Sendai, Michiya Tsukano
Hiroshima University, Japan
B-1-4 Hi-Skill – The Typical Concept Towards the Phenomenon of Craft Missing during Chinese Architectural Development
Cui Guo, Zhou Yang
Beijing Institute of Architectural Design, China
B-1-5 A Study on the Urban Planning Projects Internationally Presented by Seok Chul Kim
Ransoo Kim
Myonji University, Korea
B-1-6 Yørn Utzon’s Architectural Thought from the Viewpoint of Key Words and Its Classification in His Writings
Keiichi Wakisaka
Nagoya University, Japan
09:00-10:45
Room : C310
Chairs: Jung-In Kim(Korea)
A-4
Architectural Planning and Design
A-4-1 The “KABATA”, An Unique Water Utility Space
Yoshihiro Kametani
Kansai University, Japan
A-4-2 A Study on Design Support Tools through Analyzing for Practical Process of Timber Manufacture in Han-ok
Soohwan Kwun, Hanjong Jun
Hanyang University, Korea
A-4-3 Study on Recent Wooden House System in Korea-Happiness Village Project
SunWook Kim, Tomoyuki Gondo, YongSun Kim, Kaori Fujita, Hirotake Kanisawa
Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
A-4-4 Urban Conservation-Analysis of Users Conflicts in Built Heritage of Hong Kong
Kevin KK Yap, Miki PY Tse
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
A-4-5 Comparative Study on Recent Wooden House Construction System in Korea and Okinawa
Tomoyuki Gondo, Sunwook Kim, Yongsun Kim, Hirotake Kanisawa
Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
A-4-6 A Survey on the Residents’ Perception about Attractiveness of Korean Traditional House ‘Hanok’ in Urban Area
Saerom Min, Taiyoung Kim
Cheongju University, Korea
A-4-7 Use Characteristics of Childcare Support Facilities Converted a Traditional Timber House in Yamaguchi City
Yuri Ito, Sachiko Yamamoto, Mahito Nakazono
Yamaguchi University, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
16 | 17
11:00-13:00
Room : 201
Chairs: Osamu Sakuma(Japan)
A-5
Architectural Planning and Design
A-5-1 A Study on the Utilization Method of Flexible Space in Interior Space of Housing
Dayoeng Im, Yekeong Shin
Namseoul University, Korea
A-5-2 Interpretation of 360° Hall
Junhua He
Xiamen University Tankahkeei College, China
A-5-3 Grid System in the Floor Plan of Brick Country House Project by Mies
Takasago Masahiro
Wakayama University, Japan
A-5-4 A Study on the Resident Consciousness of the Occurrence of Accidents in Residential Buildings
Mun-Young Jang, Woo-Jung Lee, Sung-Wha Kim, Jae-Hoon Lee
Dankook University, Korea
A-5-5 Biofied Space Design
Akiko Watanabe
Kyungpook National University, Korea
A-5-7 A Study on the Revitalization of Sense of Place through Rebuilding Historical Place -Focused on the
American Embassy and Duksu Palace AreaJeong Eun Kim
Inha University, Korea
11:00-13:00
Room : 202
Chairs: Sai-Gyu Oh(Korea), Hidehumi Yamaguchi(Japan)
A-6
Architectural Planning and Design
A-6-1 Usage of Day Service Part of Composite Welfare Facility Converted a Closed School - Case Study on
‘HIDAMARI-NO-SATO’ in Abu Town Yamaguchi Prefecture
Sachiko Mishima, Mai Nakagawa, Mahito Nakazono, Sachiko Yamamoto
Yamaguchi Univ., Japan
A-6-2 A Study on the Improvement of Collegiate Dormitories in South Korea through Actual Condition Survey
Taeho Chung, Haeyeon Yoo, Yeonjung Park, Jongju Cho, Jungyeon Yoon
Dankook University, Korea
A-6-3 An Analysis of Spatial Evaluation on Elementary School Special Classrooms
Youngju Yoo, Kaname Yanagisawa
Chiba University, Japan
A-6-4 A Study on Toyama-style Day Care Service Centers for the Elderly, Handicapped and Children
Wen-Jing Chiang, Kazuhiko Okamoto, Kazuhiko Nishide
The University of Tokyo, Taiwan
A-6-5 Personal Space Small Mobile Robot Moves Towards Standing or Sitting Elderly Individuals
Masako Sakai, Akiko Watanabe
Tokyo Denki University, Japan
A-6-6 A Study of Changing Boundary Caused by Changing University
Youngmin Koo, Seung Hwan, Kim
Inha University, Korea
A-6-7 Utilization of Yato Areas for Environmental Education of Elementary Schools
Maki Watanabe, Nobuo Mitsuhashi
Akita Prefectural University, Japan
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
A-6-8 A Study on International Schools in Japan, Korea and US
Miho Takahashi, Yuka Goto, Kaname Yanagisawa
Chiba University, Japan
11:00-13:00
Room : 203
Chairs: Jae-yong Chung(Korea), Takao Ozasa(Japan)
G-4
Urban Planning and Design
G-4-1 A Study of the New Subdivision Where Environmental Model Single-Family Houses Gathered - EastAsumigaoka, Midori-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba Prefecture, JAPAN Toshinobu Obata
The Building Surveyor’s Institute of Japan, Japan
G-4-2 A Study on The Actual Situation of “Silver Housing” and Senior Citizen Residence Support System in
AJA Housing Estates in Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture
Akira Koshiba, Takayuki Ikeda
University of the Ryukyus, Japan
G-4-3 An Estimation Study on House Reconstruction and Revival Subsidy Policy after 1999 Western Tottori
Prefecture Earthquake
Kazuyoshi Ohnishi, Xiaoyu Yuan
Kobe University, Japan
G-4-4 A Study on the Design of Housing Complexes for Regional City Identity
Sihwa Choi, Daebong Yeom
Chosun University, Korea
G-4-5 Quantitative Study on Green Coverage Ratio and Cooling Effects in the Surrounding Terraced-Houses,
Malaysia
Kei Saito, Owen Yeo, Ismail Said, Michihiko Shinozaki
University Technology Malaysia, Malaysia
G-4-6 A Study on the Housing Regeneration and Management in the Suburban Area
Masayuki Ikezoe
Fukuoka University, Japan
G-4-7 Transition of Miners’ Housing at Kokura Coal Mine
Yuto Abe, Kentaro Yagi
Nishinippon Institute of Technology, Japan
G-4-8 Health Related Factors Structure of Housing and Regional Environment Dependent on Urban Structure
and Scale
Shintaro Ando, Toshiharu Ikaga, Yasuyuki Shiraishi, Tanji Hoshi, Kenichi Kawamura, Shun Kawakubo
Keio University, Japan
11:00-13:00
Room : 204
Chairs: Tae-Yang Shin(Korea), Naoko Kuriyama(Japan)
G-5
Urban Planning and Design
G-5-1 Structure Analysis of Facade in Shopping Streets in Front of Railway Station and Its Relationship with
People’s Activities – Case of the Shopping Street in Front of Ohashi Station in Fukuoka City
Tao Zhou, Tetsuya Ukai
Kyushu University, Japan
G-5-2 Study on the Welfare Environment in Shopping Streets Regarding the Properties of Awareness Barriers
and Spatial Barriers Perceived by Users and Operators in Different Shopping Streets
Risa Noda, Umekazu Kawagishi
Nihon University, Japan
G-5-3 A Study on Functional Change of Buildings in Large-Scale Retail Store Surrounding Areas, Fukuoka, Japan
Hongxin Sui, Shichen Zhao, Ze Liu, Xiaoyan Mi
Kyushu University, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
18 | 19
G-5-4 Collective Background Extraction for Station Market Area by Using Location Based Social Network
Kousuke Kikuchi, Tatsuto Kihara, Atsushi Enta, Hideaki Takayanagi, Takeshi Kimura, Kazuto Hayashida, Hitoshi Watanabe
Waseda University, Japan
G-5-5 Developing a Walkable Compact City: Experience from Chongqing
YiMing Wang, Jie Chen
Chongqing University, China
G-5-6 Analysis on Liking Spaces and Space Constitution in Open Pedestrians
Hiroshi Tsuchida, Hiroshi Tsumita
Tokyo Denki University, Japan
G-5-7 The Distance between the Outer Walls Along Narrow Roads in Kyojima, Tokyo
Hitoshi Nakamura, Toshiya Yamamoto
Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
G-5-8 Study on Relation of Psychological Quantity and Discontinuous Elements in Discontinuous Streetscape
Mitsutoshi Kamada, Hiroshi Tsumita, Yoshizumi Tsunematsu
Tokyo Denki Univ., Japans
11:00-13:00
Room : 206
Chairs: Yu-Jin Nam(Korea), Hiroshi Matsumoto(Japan)
E-1
Environmental Technologies
E-1-1 Study on Development of the Next Generation Power Supply System Investigation of Office Building and
Development of Electric Supply Control System
Jeong-soo Kim, Yasutomo Yamamoto
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
E-1-2 A Method to Evaluate the Annual Thermal Performance of Solar Domestic Hot Water Systems
Considering Whole System Efficiency
Seung Hyo Baek, Hyun Min Nam, Myoung Souk Yeo, Kwang Woo Kim
Seoul National University, Korea
E-1-3 A Study on Development of Intelligent Energy Assessment Model for Building User based on Augmented Reality
BoRang Park, EonKu Lee, MinHee Chung
Chunang Univercity, Korea
E-1-4 Case Study on Estimation of Private Habitat Energy Consumption in Yurihonjyo City Using Questionnaire Survey
Results
Azusa Takayama, Koichi Asano
Akita Prefectural Univercity, Japan
E-1-5 A Study on the Effective Installation of Solar Collectors to Apartment Buildings through Their Performance Tests
Miyeon Kim, Hyunggeun Kim, Byungdo Choi, Jinchul Park4
SH Corporation, Korea
E-1-6 A Proposal of the Measurement and Verification Methods in Building Energy Retrofit Process
Jun-won Park, Kyumin Kang, Ki-nam Kang, Young-jae Lee, Doosam Song
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
E-1-7 Performance-based Built Energy and Environment Design Method: How BIM Works in Building Airconditioning System Design
Qiong Yu, Yingqiu Zhu, Ning Li, HongQing Xu
Beijing Insititute of Architectural Design, China
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
11:00-13:00
Room : 207
Chairs: Kwan-Ho Lee(Korea), Yasuko Yoshino(Japan)
E-2
Environmental Technologies
E-2-1 Improvement of Negative Images in Shopping Center by the Introduction of Entertainment Display Systems
Sachi Urano, Junichi Hoshino
University of Tsukuba, Japan
E-2-2 Development of Wireless Measurement System for Ground-borne Vibration in Buildings and Case
Evaluations of Building-vibration
Yoshihiro Hirao, Sunao Kunimatsu, Takuji Hamamoto
Kobayasi Institute of Physical Research, Japan
E-2-3 Development and Standardization of Building Function Continuity Plan
Yukihiro Masuda
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
E-2-4 A Simple Formula for Room Flashover Possibility
Sungchan Lee, Kazunori Harada
Kyoto University, Japan
E-2-5 The Rural Toilet of Stool and Urine Separated and the Irrigation Technology of Urine Flushing
Junying Zhao, Xue-dong Xu
Shandong Agricultural University, China
E-2-6 A Simple Model for Burning of Combustible Items Close to a Wall and Corner of Wall
Junghoon Ji, Kazuhiko Ido, Kazunori Harada, Yoshifumi Ohmiya, Masaki Noaki
Kyoto University, Korea
11:00-13:00
Room : 208
Chairs: Bo-Sik Son(Korea)
C-2
Building Materials
C-2-1 Evaluation of Prediction Models for Creep and Creep Properties of Ultra-High Strength Concrete
JungSoo Ha, Minsu Paik, SeungHoon Lee, JooHa Lee, SangJin Jung
Dankook University, Korea
C-2-2 Fundamental Study on the CO2 Fixation Method Using the By-product’s Calcium Ion
Jae-Seok Kwack, Chnag-Soo Kang, Han-Seung Lee
Hanyang University, Korea
C-2-3 Digestive Infrastructure: Architecture Within Fiber Recycling Flow
Chong Wang
University of Tokyo, Japan
C-2-4 A Study of Carbon Fiber Strand Rod Using a Thermoplastic Resin
Yasuhide Mochida, Honami Noda, Yutaka Hayashi
Ritsumeikan University, Japan
C-2-5 The Thermal Deformation of Building Stone according to Thickness in High Temperature Season
Moon-Jeong Jang, Nam-Yong Jee
Hanyang University, Korea
11:00-13:00
Chairs: Jae-Hyouk Choi(Korea)
F-2
F-2-1
Structural Engineering
Research and Development on Bamboo Reinforced Concrete Structure
Masakazu Terai, Koichi Minami
Fukuyama University, Japan
Room : 209
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
20 | 21
F-2-2
Reliability of Earthquake Resistant Construction in Indonesia Traditional Houses
Wahyu Wuryanti
Ministry of Public Works, Indonesia
F-2-3
The Feasibility of the Metabolism of the Row Houses Renovated with Hybrid Timber System in Taiwan
- Part 2. the Study of Structural System Meng-Ting Tsai, Chieng-Chung Chen
The University of Tokyo, Japan
F-2-4
Residual Displacements of Damaged Low-rise Moment Resisting Frames Subjected to Vertical Loads
after Inelastic Seismic Response
Kazuki Takahashi, Kenjiro Mori, Takumi Ito
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
F-2-5
The Study on the Structural Performance Evaluation of Traditional Japanese Timber Joint -Result of Nondestructive Inspection at Kenchoji-Temple and Hori-zontal Load CapacityEunMi Shin, SunWook Kim, Akito Ibaraki, Kazuki Chiba, Kaori Fujita
The University of Tokyo, Japan
F-2-6
Evaluation on Postbuckling Residual Strength and Stain Recovery of HSS Column
Daniel Yeshewawork, Jae-hyouk Choi, Soo-kon Lee
Chosun University, Korea
F-2-7
An Experimental Study on Compression Resistant Mechanism of Plywood Panel- Steel Sandwich Wall Structure
Sumiya Takahashi, Saki Kondo, Wataru Kambe, Takumi Ito
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
F-2-8
Restoring Force Characteristics and Inelastic Response Behavior of Steel Semi-rigid Connections by
Use of Spring Washers
Yuta Sakurada, Takumi Ito, Wataru Kambe, Junya Yazawa
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
11:00-13:00
Room : 210
Chairs: Jong-Hun Kim(Korea), Shoichiro Sendai(Japan)
B-2
Architectural History and Theory
B-2-1 Difficulties with Preserving the Masterpieces of Modern Architecture in Japan
Kazunobu Minami
Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
B-2-2 ‘Ornamental Structure’ of Korea - through Analysis of World Perspective
Mary Jung, Jaepil Choi
Seoul National University, Korea
B-2-3 Innermost Sanctum Ruins of Mani-temple – Excavation and Reconstruction Study –
Shigeo Asakawa, Yorikazu Okagaki, Takuo Shimizu, Toshihiro Nakashima, Yutaka Hirano
Tottori University of Environmental Studies, Japan
B-2-4 The Building Types and the Construction Method in Postwar Okinawa
Toru Irie
University of the Ryukyus, Japan
B-2-5 Spatial Characteristics of Components Factory of Kawanami Shipyard Viewing from Structure Form
Daisuke Akiba, Nobuo Mishima, Yoko Taguchi
Saga University, Japan
B-2-6 A Study on the Possibility of Architectural Representation in the Works of Piranesi
Kyoung Jun Jeong
Inha University, Korea
B-2-7 Reconstruction Study on the Shinto-Shrine Building Remnants in the Ancient Times of the Political
System Based on the Ritsuryō Codes – A Case Study on Aoki Ruins in Izumo-city –
Takuo Shimizu, Shigeo Asakawa, Megumi Hinokio, Sugiyama Mao, Nozomi Nakasa
Tottori University of Environmental Studies, Japan
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
B-2-8 Ancient Features of Taiwanese Architecture: through the Lens of East Asian Cultural Sphere
Lan-shiang Huang
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
11:00-13:00
Room : C310
Chairs: Jung-In Kim(Korea), Yu Morishita(Japan)
A-7
Architectural Planning and Design
A-7-1 An Analysis on the Spatial Characteristics of Duplex House
Jeongeun Lee, Yekyeong Shin
Namseoul University, Korea
A-7-2 Assessment of Tourist Satisfaction for Museum Exhibition Space: A Case Study of National Science and
Technology Museum
Yi-Lin Chen, Tzung-Hui Tzeng, Szu-yu Wang
National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
A-7-3 Intervisibility Analysis Shaped by Building Elevations
Dongkuk Chang, Joohee Park
Chosun University, Korea
A-7-4 Study on Feelings of Worriment due to Middle-sized Robot in Living Space
Kodai Yokoyama, Akiko Watanabe
Tokyo Denki University, Japan
A-7-5 Void Spaces and Integrative Relation of Each Space Occurring to Visitors’ Diverse Viewing Experiences in Museums
Mihyun Kim
Sangmyung University, Korea
A-7-6 Geometry, Material, Modeling Experimental Design-works on Architectural Studies of Form
Motomu Uno, Makoto Yokomizo, Jun Sato, Yoshiyuki Yamana, Ryohei Kunagai
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
A-7-7 A Study on the Elevator Vertical Zoning Method for Mixed-use High-rise Buildings
June Kyung Kang, Jaepil Choi, Jungwon Lee, Do Young Kim, Eun Seok Jung
Seoul National University, Korea
A-7-8 The Study on the Application of VAE Model to the Map Design of First Person Shooter Game
Junsik Moon, Jaepil Choi
Seoul National University, Korea
14:00-16:00
Room : 201
Chairs: Jae-Hee Chung(Korea), Yasuo Omi(Japan)
A-8
Architectural Planning and Design
A-8-1 Individual Distances a Small Mobile Robot Moves Towards Adult Male and Female : The Cese of
Uppight/chair-sitting
Miyu Aoki, Akiko Watanabe
Tokyo Denki University, Japan
A-8-2 Study of the Modular Design of Rural Police Station in China
Te Zhang
Jilin Province Architectural Design Institute Co.Ltd., China
A-8-3 A Study on the Improvement of Residential Environment in Domestic Container Houses by FGI
Jungyeon Yoon, Yeonjung Park, Haeyeon Yoo, Jongju Cho, Taeho Chung
Soongsil University, Korea
A-8-4 Issues on Usage Judgment Against Group Home and Its Fire Safety Performance
Naoko Okada, Kazuyoshi Ohnishi
Kobe University, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
22 | 23
A-8-5 African Union Headquarters and Conference Centre
Lizhi Ren
Tong Ji Architectural Design (Group) Co.,Ltd., China
A-8-6 Individual Distance a Small Robot Moves Towards Non-Japanese Adult Male
Shun Ota, Akiko Watanabe
Tokyo Denki University, Japan
A-8-7 A Study of Architectural Expert Requirements Analysis of BIM Template by Survey
Hye Jung Kang, Se Young Moon, Sang Heon Kee, Han Jong Jun
Hanyang University, Korea
A-8-8 A Basic Study on Soccer Stadiums: The Form and Scale of “Class S” Soccer Stadiums in Japan
Tomio Watanabe, Yuichiro Nomura, Hikaru Nakada
Nihon University, Japan
14:00-16:00
Room : 202
Chairs: Sun-Young Rieh(Korea), Tomotsune Honda(Japan)
A-9
Architectural Planning and Design
A-9-1 A Study on the School Design Workshop with Children and Adults
Kaname Yanagisawa, Miho Takahashi, Hikaru Esaki
Chiba University, Japan
A-9-2 Research on Patients’ Behaviors in Open Space of Psychiatric Hospital
Jing Luo, Shigeki Nakayama, Hiroki Suzuki, Hiroshi Tsumita, Akira Kuryu
Chiba University, Japan
A-9-3 The Issues of Earthwork as Land Reclamation Project at Haizuka Reservoir
Shinichiro Nakano, Kentaro Yagi, Jun Hwa Heo
Nishinippon Institute of Technology, Japan
A-9-4 A Study on the Accumulation of Infrastructure and the Place-Making Come out from Urban Sprawl
Jun Hwa Heo, Young Min Koo
Inha University, Korea
A-9-5 Children’s Place Constructing Behavior and Environmental Resource Evaluation
Daisaku Hayashida, Kei Adachi, Koichi Nakaie, Ayumu Fujii
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
A-9-6 Influence of Seismic Retrofitting on Facility Users’ Impressions of Educational Facilities
Fumihiko Shiwa, Hiroyuki Nakahara, Hiroyuki Mitsudo, Masaharu Motokane
Kyushu University, Japan
A-9-7 Foundation of “Childcare Support Center Project” in Yamaguchi Prefecture
Ayaka Yoshioka, Yuri Ito, Sachiko Yamamoto, Nakazono Mahito
Yamaguchi University, Japan
14:00-16:00
Room : 203
Chairs: Dae-Han Youn(Korea), Koji Itonaga(Japan)
G-6
Urban Planning and Design
G-6-1 The Pillar House Guideline for Flood and Townscape Protection
Siyanee Hirunsalee, Chaweewan Denpaiboon, Kanegae Hidehiko
Research Center for Disaster Mitigation of Urban Cultural Heritage, Japan
G-6-2 The Formation and Feature of the Low Residential Places of Concession Area a Case Study of Tianjin City, China
Yichen Liu
University of Tsukuba, Japan
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
G-6-3 Values of Urban Historical Heritage in the Context of Cultural Tourism
Budi Arlius Putra
Seoul National University, Korea
G-6-4 Research on the Spatial Morphology and Holistic Structural Preservation of East Asian City Moat Area Sample : Haohe River Historic Area of Nantong City
Sun Leilei, Gu Hua
Southeast University, China
G-6-5 How to Conserve the Historic Site and Build the Buffer Zone - the Case of Shenyang Imperial Palace
Li Qin, Yuichi Fukukawa
Chiba University, Japan
G-6-6 Verification of Present Condition to Secure Two-way Evacuation Routes in a Historic Preservation Area
Nobuo Mishima, Naomi Miyamoto, Yoko Taguchi
Saga University, Japan
G-6-7 Evaluation of the Transition of Conservation Planning and Model in Historical and Cultural Town
(Village) in China-The Case of Lizhuang in ChinaXu Feng, Yota Hinamoto, Juichi Yamazaki
Kobe University, Japan
G-6-8 Transformation of Urban Elements in the Old Town Area of Songkhla, Thailand
Supachai Chusree, Nawit Ongsavangcha
Chiangmai University, Thailand
14:00-16:00
Room : 204
Chairs: Ki-Bong Nam(Korea), Takahiro Tanaka(Japan)
G-7
Urban Planning and Design
G-7-1 An Analysis of and Proposal for a Location Plan for the Local Community Centers and the Private
Community Clubs for the Elderly in Omuta City
Chen Chen, Riken Homma, Kazuhisa Iki
Kumamoto University, Japan
G-7-2 Study on Measures of Primary School and Children’s Conscious for Crime Prevention in Outdoor Playground
Liu Peng, Nakayama Toru
Nara Women’s University, Japan
G-7-3 Components of ‘Play City’ – As 10 City Case in Japanese ‘Child’s Towns’–
Yuki Hanawa
Kyoto University, Japan
G-7-4 Structural Review of Studies and Policies on Children’s Developmental Growth Influenced by Urban Physical
Environment
Yuriko Takayanagi, Tatsuo Akashi
National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Japan
G-7-5 A Study on Urban Integration of the University Facilities in France
Daebong Yeom
Chosun University, Korea
G-7-6 Mixed Results of Technological Advancement in Asian Architecture
Arno Suzuki
Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan
G-7-7 Non-Intentional Aesthetics of Industrial Port Terminals
Sebo Suzanne, Matsumoto Yutaka
Osaka Sangyo University, Japan
G-7-8 A Case Study on Trend of Changes of Building Usages on Surrounding Areas of Fukuoka Railway
Stations and Subways
Xinyu Zhuang, Shichen Zhao
Kyushu University, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
24 | 25
14:00-16:00
Room : 206
Chairs: Jaeock Yoon(Korea), Yasuko Yoshino(Japan)
E-3
Environmental Technologies
E-3-1 The Comparison of Grade Levels between Korea Green Building Certification and LEED (leadership in
Energy and Environmental Design) through the Cases on Domestic Buildings
SeonSoo Mok, DongWoo Cho
Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Korea
E-3-2 Study on the Natural Ventilation Performance by Status of the Connection between the Solar Chimney and
Chimney Shaft
SungKi Song
Hiroshima Institute of Technology, Japan
E-3-3 Reconstruction of Production Methods and Process Based on Thermal Evaluation the Traditional
Technology of Japanese Roof Tiles as Cool Roofs (Part 2)
Makoto Sakaguchi, Hikaru Kinoshita, Hiroshi Miyazaki, Izumi Yamamoto
Kansai University, Japan
E-3-4 Development of Future Climate Change Weather File Generator (FCCWeatherGen) for South Korea
Kwanho Lee, Hochun Yoo, Geoff J. Levermore
Ulsan College, Korea
E-3-5 Study on the Analysis of System Performance for the Floor Heating System Using Solar and Ground Heat
Hyeji Yoon, Yujin Nam, Janghoo Seo
Cheongju University, Korea
E-3-6 Optimizing Green Architectural Design with Technical Analysis: A Case Study
Nan Liang, Jia Wang, Yanlin Feng, Xiaojun Ma
Beijing Institute of Architectural Design, China
E-3-7 Evaluation on the Use of Bamboo Fibers as Permeable Pavement Material
Hideo Takashima, Bart Dewancker
The University of Kitakyushu, Japan
14:00-16:00
Room : 207
Chairs: Jae-Han Lim(Korea), Yukihiro Masuda(Japan)
E-4
Environmental Technologies
E-4-1 Study on a Geothermal Ventilation System for Residential Buildings
Tomomi Motooka, Makoto Koganei, Kazuhiro Fukuyo, Masanari Hashimoto, Motofumi Yoshihara, Miki Yokoyama
Yamaguchi University, Japan
E-4-2 Study on Performance of a Desiccant Air-Conditioning System with Rotor Cooling Process
Yushi Shirokane, Makoto Koganei, Wanghee Cho, Ryouichi Kobayashi, Hitoshi Kohno, Koichi Kawamoto, Shinsuke Kato, Ryozo
Ooka, Shizuo Iwamoto
Yamaguchi University, Japan
E-4-3 Dynamic Evaluation of Cooling Effect of an Earth-to-Air Heat Exchanger
Ryuichi Yasunaga, Yasuyuki Shiraishi
The University of Kitakyushu, Japan
E-4-4 Hybrid Air-Conditioning System Using Natural Ventilation with Flow Control in an Office Building;
Evaluation of Natural Ventilation Properties Based on Numerical Simulation
Tomoya Sakamoto, Yasuyuki Siraishi, Ryuichi Yasunaga
The University of Kitakyushu, Japan
E-4-5 Development of Natural Ventilation System with Constant Air Volume
Haeyoung Kim, Kunio Mizutani, Hiroki Ninomiya, Takuya Nakai
Tokyo Polytechnic University, Japan
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
E-4-6 Application of TABS (Thermally Activated Building System) to the Campus Building in Korea
Jin-Hee Song, Jea-Han Lim, Seung-Yeong Song
Ewha Womans University, Korea
E-4-7 Study on the Prediction of the Heat Exchange Rate for the Horizontal Ground Source Heat Pump System
Using the Building Structure
Young-Mo Lee, YuJin Nam, Ho-Byung Chae
Cheongju University, Korea
E-4-8 Field Measurement and CFD Analysis of Cool Spot Formed in Semi-enclosed Space Consisting of
Evaporative Cooling Wall
Yukari Hirayama, Akira Hoyano, Naoyuki Oyoshi, Isamu Ohta
Misawa Homes Institute of Research and Development Co., Ltd., Japan
14:00-16:00
Room : 208
Chairs: Kyu-Man Cho(Korea)
D-1
Construction Engineering and Management
D-1-1 Discriminant Factors for Monitoring Contractor’s Liquidity Status
Jae In Lee, Hyun-Soo Lee, Moonseo Park, Sung-Keun Kwon, Sooyoung Kim
Seoul National University, Korea
D-1-2 Maintenance Cost Prediction Model for Window and Door Work of Multi-family Housing at the Planning Phase
Mia Jung, Soungmin Ji, Sunim Kang, Joghyeob Kim, Changtaek Hyun
University of Seoul, Korea
D-1-3 Shanghai World Expo Has Promoted the Development of Design Management
Yao Jianming
Shanghai Xian Dai Architects, Engineering & Consultants Co., Ltd., China
D-1-4 Value Appraisal Model for Existing Housing in Japan
Yu-Chia Liao
University of Tokyo, Taiwan
D-1-5 A Study on Selecting Optimal Combination of Energy Saving Measures Using Genetic Algorithms
Kwonsik Song, Moonseo Park, Hyun-Soo Lee, Sooyoung Kim, Jinho Shin
Seoul National University, Korea
14:00-16:00
Room : 209
Chairs: Don-Son Woo(Korea), Li Zhang(China)
B-3
Architectural History and Theory
B-3-1 The Location and Urban Characteristics of Public Retail Markets in Kyeongseong during the Japanese
Colonial Period
IlHyang Park, BongHee Jeon
Seoul National University, Korea
B-3-2 The Characteristics of Liyuan Block and Study on the Protection and Activation Conditions of Liyuan
Block from the Perspective of Local Resident Awareness
Limin Shao, Hiroyuki Kanekiyo
Kyushu University, China
B-3-3 Natural Morphology and Historic Spatial Pattern of Nanjing
Yuanyuan Gu
Southeast University, China
B-3-4 A Consideration on Spatial Formation of Xiangcheng District in Zhangzhou City, Fujian
Natsumi Kono, Shuji Funo, Chong Zhao
The University of Shiga prefecture, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
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B-3-5 Appreciation of Japanese Cityscape in Western Publications from Meiji Restoration Until WW2
Tyana Santini, Takahiro Taji
Kyoto University, Japan
B-3-6 Considerations on the Urban Formation of Binondo and San Nicolas District in the City of Manila
Keizo Umetani, Juan Ramon Jimenez Verdejo
University of Siga Prefecture, Japan
B-3-7 Evaluation Method of Historictiy of Walled Cities of Chosun Dynasty
Garam Kim, Kwangsoon Im, Sungwoo Kim
Yonsei University, Korea
14:00-16:00
Room : 210
Chairs: Hyo-Won Lee(Korea), Toshiei Tsukidate(Japan)
B-4
Architectural History and Theory
B-4-1 A Study on Establishment of Ju-hab-ru in Jeong-jo Reign (1752-1800)
Chang Hyun Bae, Bong Hee Jeon
Seoul National University, Korea
B-4-2 Study of Liao Hua-yan and Esoteric Buddhism Architecture
Jing Wen
The University of Tokyo, China
B-4-3 The Aspect of Hwangnyong-temple in the Middle Gate in the Silla Era and the Changing Process
Hyowon Seo, Bonghee Jeon
Seoul National University, Korea
B-4-4 An Outline of Cat Tien
Takeshi Nakagawa, Nao Tabuchi
Waseda University, Japan
B-4-5 Technological Development of Cell Door Fittings of Vihara Caves at Ajanta – In Order to Consider the
Sequence of the ExcavationNaomichi Yaguchi
Kanazawa University, Japan
B-4-6 Restoration of the Kashinozaki Lighthouse Keeper’s Residence
Norio Yoshinaga, Tomotsune Honda, Takayuki Hirata, Masayuki Kawasaki, Hiroaki Ueda
Honda Environmental and Architectural Design Office, Japan
B-4-7 Architectural Styles of Padang’s Historical Shophouses in West Sumatra, Indonesia
Katsura Sato, Masahiko Tomoda, Yasushi Takeushi, Yoshihisa Wakita
National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Japan
B-4-8 A Study on Architecture and Technology of Tea Firing Places of Foreign Settlement in 19c. Japan
Susumu Mizuta
Hiroshima University, Japan
14:00-16:00
Chairs: Dong Kuk Chang(Korea)
A-10
Architectural Planning and Design
A-10-1 Difference of The Block Layout by Building Typology
Nahyang Byun, Minseok Kim, Jaepil Choi
Seoul National University, Korea
A-10-2 A Primary Exploration of Designing Container as Youth Apartment
Wei Wang, Xiongquan Ou, Chunyu Wei
Hunan Universuty, China
Room : C310
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
A-10-3 A Study on the Planning Characteristics of Mixed-use Apartments in Hanoi
Jihyuk Choi, Haeyeon Yoo
Soongsil University, Korea
A-10-4 The Reconsideration on Living-room Design in Chinese Public Housing
Zhubin Li, Tsuyoshi Setoguchi, Ke Huo
Northeastern University, Japan
A-10-5 Demand Survey for Programs in Community Facilities of Senior Citizen-friendly Apartment Housing
Hye Kyeong Shin, Dae Jin Kim, Ho Sik Ryu
SH Corporation, Korea
A-10-6 A Study on the Coomunity Facilities for 1-2 Persons’ Households in a Small Apartment
Chan Young Park, Euisoon Ahn, Hana Kim, Su Young Kim, Jae Seop Shin, Jaepil Choi
Seoul National University, Korea
A-10-7 The Feasibility of the Metabolism of the Row Houses Renovated with Hybrid Timber System in Taiwan
- Part 1. the Study of Spatial Diversity Chien-Chung Chen, Meng-Ting Tsai
The University of Tokyo, Japan
A-10-8 Fortifying Nationwide Low-income Habitat Strategy with Hybrid Prototype Actors
Nayatat Tonmitr, Nobuyuki Ogura, Toru Irie
University of the Ryukyus, Japan
16:30-18:30
Room : 201
Chairs: Jae-Hee Chung(Korea)
A-11
Architectural Planning and Design
A-11-1 The Report on the Preservation and Reuse of Koyaguchi Elementary School
Tomotsune Honda, Takayuki Hirata, Masayuki Kawasaki, Norio Yoshinaga, Hiroaki Ueda
Wakayama-University, Japan
A-11-2 A Study on Design Methods of Recent Architectural Conversion in New York
Sho Kadono, Katsuhiro Kobayashi, Tetsuya Mitamura
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
A-11-3 Development of Knowledge Base in Detailed Design for Building Renovations
Yasuo Omi
Tokyo City University, Japan
A-11-4 The Development of Infill System for Housing in Japan
Kazunobu Minami
Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
A-11-5 Usage of Group Home of Composite Welfare Facility Converted a Closed School
Mai Nakagawa, Sachiko Mishima, Mahito Nakazono, Sachiko Yamamoto
Yamaguchi Univ., Japan
A-11-6 Analysis on Remodeling Characteristics and Design Elements of Community Space in the Domestic
Apartment Housing
Soonjeong Yim, Jungeun Park, Hyowon Lee
Chonnam National University, Korea
A-11-7 Renovation of a Vacant House Reusing Materials and Equipments for Student Residence in a City Center
Yoko Taguchi, Kazuha Otsuka, Nobuo Mishima
Saga University, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
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16:30-18:30
Room : 202
Chairs: Dong Kuk Chang(Korea), Daisaku Hayashida(Japan)
A-12
Architectural Planning and Design
A-12-1 A Study of about How to Lead Designer Choice and Crematory Designs by the Proposal
Itaru Takeda, Soichi Yagisawa
Kasouken, Japan
A-12-2 A Study on the Revitalization of Historical Relics with Sense of Place - Focused on “Wongudan”
So Ra Kim, Young Min Koo
Inha University, Korea
A-12-3 A Practical Study on Live Configuration for Community in A Small Open Space
Kazumasa Matsukuma, Yoko Taguchi, Nobuo Mishima
Saga University, Japan
A-12-4 Renovation of Community – The Recovery of Old Community’s Texture
Guo Ying, Zhang Zhiqiang, Wang Shaosen, Liao Shijie
Xiamen University, China
A-12-5 The Way of Sustaining Small Mountain Villages with the Program of ‘Village Life Supporters System’
Hiroaki Ueda, Tomotsune Honda, Kei Adachi, Norio Yoshinaga, Takayuki Hirata
Wakayama University, Japan
A-12-6 A Study on the Place-Making of ‘Intentional Terrain Vague’ - Based on the Thought of Heidegger’s
“Rift-design” Dong Gyun Lee, Young Min Koo
Inha University, Korea
A-12-7 New Direction of Inclusive Design to Reflects Various Needs of Users
Min-jung Cho, Chie Murosaki
Hyogo Institute of Assistive Technology, Japan
A-12-8 Homestay as a New Rural-cultural-community-based Tourism Product (A Case Study of Malaysian
Homestay Program in Selangor)
Rohaslinda Binti Ramele, Yamazaki Juichi
Kobe University, Japan
16:30-18:30
Room : 203
Chairs: Dae-Han Youn(Korea), Nobuo Mishima(Japan)
G-8
Urban Planning and Design
G-8-1 A Case Study on Relations between Characteristics of Residents of Areas Affected by the Great East
Japan Earthquake and Their Preferences of Habitation
Yuiko Yamakawa, Akihiko Hokugo, Tomoaki Nishino
Kobe University, Japan
G-8-2 Tsunami Disaster in Sanriku Fishing Villages and the Challenges of Disaster Mitigation and Restoration
Tsutomu Shigemura, Tomohiro Mikasa
Kanagawa University, Japan
G-8-3 Applying Gaming Simulation for Better Community-Based Flood Management Plan: a Case Study of Thai
Flooded Community
Pongpisit Huyakorn, Hidehiko Kanegae, Chaweewan Denpaiboon
Ritsumeikan University, Japan
G-8-4 Research on Trend of Influenza Infection Based on Usage Ratios of the City Space
Ryo Nakamura, Shinichiro Iwata
Nihon University, Japan
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
G-8-5 Indigenous Knowledge to Cope with Flood in Historic Old Quarters of Hue City, Vietnam
Miki Yoshizumi, Phuong Truong Hoang, Tung Ngoc Nguyen, Hirohide Kobayashi
Kyoto University, Japan
G-8-6 Preliminary Study of Information Tool for Community-based Sustainable Activities for Disaster Mitigation
Takatoshi Yamamoto, Akira Ohgai, Keiichiro Hitaka, Masahiro Murakami, Takayuki Yamamoto
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
G-8-7 A Study on Actual Situation of the Disaster in the Nuclear Power Generation Disaster Village, Iitate and
Villager Action and on Support Activity
Koji Itonaga, Kenji Uragami, Masataka Seki, Naoki Fujisawa
Nihon University, Japan
16:30-18:30
Room : 204
Chairs: Ki-Bong Nam(Korea), Arno Suzuki(Japan)
G-9
Urban Planning and Design
G-9-1 A Study on The Spatial Form of Traditional Villages
Ze Liu, Shichen Zhao, Hongxin Sui
Kyushu University, China
G-9-2 Study on the Difference between the Element Which Remains in an Image and Feel the Change of Space
Element Using the Indication Method Experiment in River Side Space
Norimichi Suzuki, Hiroshi Tsumita, Kayo Tsumura
Tokyo Denki University, Japan
G-9-3 A Study on the Classification of the Site Enclosures in Ogusuku and Ogido Village, Okinawa
Chihiro Terada, Hikaru Kinosita, Yuki Miyata, Makoto Sakaguchi, Kazuya Matsumoto
Kansai University, Japan
G-9-4 A Study on the Trend of the Central City Area in the Local Industrial City Ablishing the Area Division
Toshihiro Ishimura, Shinji Ikaruga
Landbrains Co.,Ltd, Japan
G-9-5 A Study on the Spatial Distribution Patterns of Living Environment Evaluations by Inhabitants in Hillside
Urban Area
Iyo Yonemasu, Takahiro Tanaka, Daisaku Nishina
Hiroshima University, Japan
G-9-6 A Study on the Preferable Urban Structure of Provincial Small Town in the Depopulation Tendency
Takahiro Tanaka, Shimpei Iwamoto, Daisaku Nishina
Hiroshima University, Japan
G-9-7 Imagining a New Asia? Three Cities and Three Tales
Jung-In Kim
Soongsil University, Korea
16:30-18:30
Room : 206
Chairs: Sun-Young Rieh(Korea), Lizhi Ren(China)
A-13
Architectural Planning and Design
A-13-1 Analysis of Energy Consumption Influenced by Remodeling Factors of Building Exterior of Ultra-high-rise Apartments
Kyoung-Jin Kim, Sun-Sook Kim, Hae-Seong Je
Ajou University, Korea
A-13-2 Summary of Planning Process of the Solar Housing and Changes in Its Design in International Competition
Shota Tajima, Angel Rafael Martinez Mora, Masamichi Hanazato, Hiroki Suzuki, Akiko Okabe
Chiba University, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
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A-13-3 A Study on Template Development for Application of BIM to Green Building Certification System in Korea
Mikyoung Kim, Minseong Roh, Iksung Kim, Hanjong Jun
Hanyang University, Korea
A-13-4 Comparative Research on the Sunlight Regulations’ Influence on the Residential District Form - Taking the
China, Japan and South Korea for Example
Guangxun Cui, Yue Fan, Jie Zhao
Dalian University of Technology, China
A-13-5 Teaching Sustainable Architecture: Holistic Approach for a Sustainable Design Studio
Sun-Young Rieh
University of Seoul, Korea
A-13-6 Urban Resident Districts with Fully Utilizing Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
Yanhui Bao, Kang Zheng
Beijing Institute of Architectural Design, China
A-13-7 What Can Bring Us Beyond the Standard? Operational Information to Sustainable Solution
Yu Morishita, Bumpei Magori, Tomonari Yashiro
The University of Tokyo, Japan
16:30-18:30
Room : 207
Chairs: Jae-Han Lim(Korea), Yukihiro Masuda(Japan)
E-5
Environmental Technologies
E-5-1 Field Measurement of the Infiltration Rate in New Apartments, Korea
JaeOck Yoon
Hoseo University, Korea
E-5-2 A Demonstrative Study on Indoor Air Quality Control and the Performance Evaluation of an Improved Air
Cleaner Based on Adsorption/desorption Effect
Hiroshi Matsumoto, Masashi Hamma
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
E-5-3 Development of Support Tool for Luminous and Thermal Environmental Design Inside Semi-Outdoor
Membrane Structures
Akihiko Oyakawa, Akira Hoyano, Tatsuya Yoshino
Taiyo Kogyo Corporation, Japan
E-5-4 Study on the Effect of Indoor Environment on Arousal State
Hiroki Morioka, Tomonobu Goto, Yasuto Ogata, Haruna Ando, Makoto Koganei
Yamaguchi University, Japan
E-5-5 A Study on Actual Conditions of Residential Environment in Western Region of China - Part 1. a Survey
on Environmental Actual Conditions of Tradition Residence in Turpan
Yasuko Yoshino, Jiaping Liu, Yan Wang, Koichi Ikeda, Tatsunobu Ichiyanagi, Liu Yang, Katsuo Inoue, Kazuo Aoki, Qingyuan
Zhang, Tsutomu Miyasaka, Kousei Mikami, Yebei Qian, Kazuaki Kumada
Nihon University, Japan
E-5-6 Interaction Analysis between Countermeasures for Stack Effect in High-Rise Office Buildings Using
Design of Experiment
Jungmin Seo, Jaehun Kim, Jooyoung Kim, Joonghoon Lee, Doosam Song
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
E-5-7 Evaluation of Indoor Lighting Environment Using Daylight with Light Shelf
Madoka Anami, Yasuyuki Shiraishi
The University of Kitakyushu, Japan
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
16:30-18:30
Room : 208
Chairs: Seong-Seok Go(Korea), Liao Yu-chia(Japan)
D-2
Construction Engineering and Management
D-2-1 Optimization Model of Modular Construction Process Using DSM in Fabrication Stage
Tae-Yoon Kim, Moonseo Park, Hyun-Soo Lee, Jeoung Hoon Lee
Seoul National University, Korea
D-2-2 Analysis of Developing Process With 2x4 House in Japan
Seiichi Kawamoto
Mitsubishi Estate Home, Japan
D-2-3 A Model for Predicting an Electrical Performance of BIPV System
Hyuck Choi, Kyuman Cho, Euisic Kim
Chosun University, Korea
D-2-4 Accident Earth Model and Safety Management Strategies
Mingyu Shin, Hyun-Soo Lee, Moonseo Park, Sung-Keun Kwon, Hyunsoo Kim
Seoul National University, Korea
D-2-5 Research on Progress Management of Equipment Procurement for China Nuclear Power Project Based on EPC Model
Huiqian Yu, Qiuliang Chen, Libin Yuan
China nuclear power engineering co.LTD, China
D-2-6 Analysis of Influences of Related Factors on Labor Productivity -Focused on Working Tools and
Musculoskeletal Disorders of Form WorkersDong-Jin Kwark, Jung-lo Park, Ju-Hyung Kim, Jae-Jun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
D-2-7 LCC Analysis of Thermal Insulation Materials for Housing Projects
Yesim Hong, Kyuman Cho, Euisic Kim
Chosun University, Korea
16:30-18:30
Room : 209
Chairs: Don-Son Woo(Korea), Takeshi Nakagawa(Japan)
B-5
Architectural History and Theory
B-5-1 Architectural Style of Traditional Manchu Residence in Liaoning Province, China
Dan Yang, Yao Fu, Mahito Nakazono
Yamaguchi University, Japan
B-5-2 A Research of Characteristics of Modern Chinese Architecture – Through Da-Hong Wang’s Houses’ Design
Sheng Chieh Ko
AIJ, Taiwan
B-5-3 Considerations on Transformation of House Plan of Licheng District (Quanzhou, Fujian)
Chong Zhao, Shuji Funo
The University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan
B-5-4 Considerations on Spatial Formation and Transformation of House Types in Shangxiahang Neighbourhood
Area (Fuzhou, Fujian)
Kanami Yamada, Chong Zhao, Shuji Funo, Zhang Ying
University of Shiga Prefecture Japan
B-5-5 A Study on the Historical Village Landscape Conservation of World Heritage Andong Hahoe Village in Korea
Yon Park, Juichi Yamazaki
Kobe University, Japan
B-5-6 Heights of Japanese Traditional Furniture and Related Factors
Keiko Nagata
Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
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B-5-7 Study of Construction System and Heating System of Vernacular Architecture in Eurasia Continen
Tsukidate Toshiei
Hachinohe Institute of Technology, Japan
B-5-8 The Proxemic Study in Waterfront Shophouses: A Case Study of the Khlong Suan Market, Samut Prakarn
and Chachoengsao Provinces, Thailand
Waricha Wongphyat
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
16:30-18:30
Room : 210
Chairs: Bong-Hee Jeon(Korea), Shingo Suekane(Japan)
B-6
Architectural History and Theory
B-6-1 A Study on the Chi-Gi Convergence Place Centrally Located Around Main Exit Door
Youngran Kim
Chosun University, Korea
B-6-2 Roofing Materials and Spaces Hierarchy on Edo Castle, Honmaru Palace
Adriana Piccinini Higashino
Akashi National College of Technology, Japan
B-6-3 A Study on the Techniques of the Surface Image Expression in Contemporary Commercial Buildings
Kee Wook Jeung, Young Min Koo
Inha University, Korea
B-6-4 Development of Assessment Method of Resilient Capacity of Urban Energy Systems: Distinguishing and
Defining Resilience
Voon Yau Chew
The University of Tokyo, Japan
B-6-5 Urban Planning Projects in the Developing Country Based on the International Cooperation
Kosuke Matsubara
University of Tsukuba, Japan
B-6-6 Consideration on the Formation of the Parian of Manila
Juan Ramon Jimenez Verdejo, Keizo Umetani
University of Siga Prefecture, Japan
B-6-7 The Overview of Architectural Design and Element Techniques of Environmentally Symbiotic Housing in
Recent 40years in Japan
Miwako Nakamura, Kazuo Iwamura
MEI, Japan
B-6-8 Japan-Europe Comparative Study of Architecture Observation Programs to the Public
Tadashi Saito
Yamaguchi Prefectural University, Japan
16:30-18:30
Room : C310
Chairs: Jae-Hoon Lee(Korea), Kaname Yanagisawa(Japan)
A-14
Architectural Planning and Design
A-14-1 The Impact of Tourism Development on the Residential Spaces in Traditional Town Houses - Hoi an
Ancient Town, a World Heritage in Vietnam
Sawako Utsumi
Showa Women’s University, Japan
A-14-2 Prototype and Development of Minnan Architecture
Shaosen Wang, Shijie Liao
Xiamen University, China
ACADEMIC SESSIONS
A-14-3 Sustaining the Nationwide Low-income Habitat Strategy: The Lessons Learned Since the 1970s
Nayatat Tonmitr, Nobuyuki Ogura, Toru Irie
University of the Ryukyus, Japan
A-14-4 Comparative Study of Planning Characteristics between Local-Vietnamese, Korean-made Vietnamese,
and Local-Korean Apartments
Jaepil Choi, Youngjun Choi, Jaeseop Shin, Junekyung Kang
Seoul National University, Korea
A-14-5 A Study on Spatial Formation and Transformation of Zhasake-zhen in Ordos City of Inner Mongol
Misao Kawai, Junko Kunihiro, Yu Liu, Yi Zhang
Tokyo UAA International Lab, Japan
A-14-6 A Study on Design Characteristics of the ‘Korean-style Apartment’ in Vietnam
Minjeong Song, Haeyeon Yoo
Soongsil University, Korea
A-14-7 Study on the Relation between Corporate Architectural Design (CorpAD) and Local Character in Indonesia
Gregorius Prasetyo Adhitama, Hisashi Komatsu
Nagoya University, Japan
A-14-8 A Study on Space Characteristics of Urban Housings in the Transition of Vietnam Urban Area through
Space Syntax
Jaepil Choi, Youngwoo Kim, Jaeun Kim, June Kyung Kang
Seoul National University, Korea
POSTER SESSIONS
Convention Hall 1
PA.
PA-1
Architectural Planning and Design
Usefulness of Sensory Guidance Methods as Seen from Wandering and Disoriented Activity in Elderly
Individuals with Dementia
Naoto Tanaka, Tomomi Oida
Setsunan University, Japan
PA-2
A Study on Public Procurement Systems and Processes for Educational Facility in France
Kohei Kajihara, Kaname Yanagisawa
Chiba University, Japan
PA-3
Suggesting Factors Influencing on Residential Satisfaction of Inhabitant-Centered for Developing User
Manual in Apartment Housing.
Junghee Jung, Heechang Seo, Juhyung Kim, Jaejun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PA-4
Analysis of Energy Performance by Retrofit in Deteriorated Houses
Jin-Woo Jeong, Dong-Woo Cho, Geun-Soo Park
Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Korea
PA-5
A Study on the Cause Analysis of Deficit Construction of Four Rivers Restoration Project
JongHoon Lee, Seungkyu Yoo, Juhyung Kim, Jaejun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PA-6
The Application of Virtual Reality Technology in Architectural Design
Li Yang
Tongji University, China
PA-7
The Present Status and Problem of Building Greening in Korean Apartment Complexes
Eun Joo Yoon
LH Land & Housing Institute, Korea
PA-8
The Acquired Score Analysis by Assessment Categories and Items of the Korea Green Building
Certification for Apartments
Ah-Reum Park, Dong-Woo Cho
Korea Institute of Construction and Technology, Korea
PA-9
The Implications through Analysis on the Application States of Home Network for Elderly People
Soyi Cheong, Hoyoung Kee
Land & Housing Research Institute, Korea
PA-10 Social Change and Spacial Structure of Library
Mihyun Kim
Sangmyung University, Korea
PB.
PB-1
Architectural History and Theory
The Development and Energy Conservation Measures of Chinese Hui Style Timber Frame Construction
Di Peng, Liu Xinyang
Xi’an University of Science and Technology, China
PB-2
An Investigation for New Life-assisted Housing Toward Senior Peoples Who Failed in Their Health in Japan
Kiyoko Kamada
Hokkaido Bunkyo University, Japan
PB-3
Port Heritage: Urban Memory Along the Huangpu River
Shao Ming Lu
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
PB-4
A Pre-Modernism Building in China: Beiyushan Lighthouse
Xiaolong Yang, Li Yu, Lin Xu
Zhejiang University, China
PB-5
(II) Historical Characteristics of Cat Tien
Nao Tabuchi, Takeshi Nakagawa
Waseda University, Japan
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
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PC.
PC-1
Building Materials
Development of High-Ductile Fiber Cementless Mortars
Hyeon-Jin Lim, Chang-Geun Cho, Bang-Yeon Lee
Chosun University, Korea
PC-2
Mechanical Tests on Amorphous Micro Steel Fiber-Reinforced Composites
Chang-Hwan Park, Chang-Geun Cho, Wha-Jung Kim, Se-Jin Choi
RIST, Korea
PC-3
A Experimental Study on Effect of Sensor Fine Line on the Reactivity of Chloride Ion Reactive Corrosion
Sensor
Hwa-Sung Ryu, Hyun-Seok Lee, Han-Seung Lee
Hanyang University, Korea
PD.
PD-1
Construction Engineering and Management
The Relationship between Gold Price Fluctuation and Housing Market Change
Jun Sang, Jeong-Yoon Byun, Seung-Kyu Yoo, Ju-Hyung Kim, Jae-Jun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PD-2
Relative Efficiency of Korea Architectural Firm Using DEA-Delphi
Sungsik Kim, Junglo Park, Jaejun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PD-3
The Study on Process Control Techniques Utilizing NDSM (Numerical Dependency Structure Matrix) in
Construction Projects
Jinsik Lim, Woohyun Kim, Seungkyu Yoo, Juhyung Kim, Jaejun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PD-4
A Study on Activation Plan of the Unit Modular Construction in Korea
Domin Kim, Heechang Seo, Juhyung Kim, Jaejun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PD-5
A Study on the Necessity of Validity Analysis of Minimum Revenue Guarantee System on Benefit-Cost
for People in SOC Private Financing Project
Banseok Kim, Sukwon Lee, Juhyung Kim, Jaejun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PD-6
Analysis Factor Influencing Construction Cost Index according to International Oil Prices Changes
Jin-Yong Park, Seung-Kyu Yoo, Ju-Hyung Kim, Jae-Jun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PE.
PE-1
Environmental Technologies
Support Systems to Maintain Building Function Continuity in the Event of a Disaster
Koji Akamatsu, Yukihiro Masuda, Ayumu Suzuki
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
PE-2
Subject Experiments on Speech Transmission of Emergency Escape Guidance in Buildings for Aged
People
Akiko Tamiya, Hiroshi Matsumoto, Yuria Motosu
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
PE-3
Assessment of the Green Amenity of Foliage Plants in the Office Buildings
Kosuke Fukui, Hiroshi Matsumoto, Satoshi Kusano, Yukihiro Masuda, Kahori Genjo
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
PE-4
Evaluation Method of Area Energy Supply System Part 1: Comparison and The Proposal of an Evaluation
Method
Yusuke Ishimoto, Kiyoaki Yamada, Yukihiro Masuda
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
PE-5
Evaluation Method of Area Energy Supply System Part 2: The Case of Study of a University Campus
Kiyoaki Yamada, Yusuke Ishimoto, Yukihiro Masuda
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
POSTER SESSIONS
PE-6
A Study on Transparent Insulation Panel for Curtain Wall System
Hyeokjun Ryu, Byungju Park, Seungkyu Yoo, Juhyung Kim, Jaejun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PE-7
Performance Analysis of BIPV for Roof in Environment-friendly Architecture - BIPV Installed on
Apartment Building Seungbeum Kim, Heechang Seo, Juhyung Kim, Jaejun Kim
Hanyang University, Korea
PE-8
Evaluation of Resource Nature of Environmental Infrastructure for the Heat Island Phenomenon
Yuma Morinaka, Yuki Kawakami, Yukihiro Masuda
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
PE-9
Thermal Evaluation of Roof Tiles Manufactured in Different Production Methods -The Traditional
Technology of Japanese Roof Tiles as Cool Roofs (Part 1)Izumi Yamamoto, Hiroshi Miyazaki, Hikaru Kinoshita, Makoto Sakaguchi
Kansai University, Japan
PE-10 Evaluation of Environmental Load Per Person
Takashi Mori, Morinaka Yuma, Yukihiro Masuda
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
PE-11 Quantitative Meaning of Countermeasures to Reduce Stack Effect in High-Rise Office Buildings
Jooyoung Kim, Jaehun Kim, Jungmin Seo, Joonghoon Lee, Doosam Song
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
PE-12 Effect of the Stack Effect in High-rise Residential Building on Heating Load
Jaehun Kim, Joo-young Kim, Jung-min Seo, Joong-hoon Lee, Doosam Song
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
PF.
PF-1
Structural Engineering
Method of Reinforced Concrete Composite Column Using HPFC Precast Box
Sung-Jin Han, Chang-Geun Cho, Hisato Hotta
Chosun University, Korea
PF-2
Nonlinear Evaluation of Extruded SHCC and RC Composite Slabs
Hoyeon Kim, Chang-Geun Cho
Chosun University, Korea
PF-3
Bending Experiments of SHCC and Reinforced Concrete Composite Slabs
Hyung-Joo Moon, Chang-Geun Cho, Seung-Jung Lee
Chosun University, Korea
PF-4
Development of Composite Beam Concrete Encased on Web of H-Beam
Wonjik Yang, Jinyoung Park, Waonho Yi
Kwangwoon University, Korea
PF-5
Study on the Configuration of Frictional Surfaces for Stable Friction Behavior
Kyung-Suk Choi, Jin-Young Park, Hyung-joon Kim
University of Seoul, Korea, Korea
PF-6
Seismic Performance of Beam-to-Column Connections with Slit Plate Damper
Sanghoon Oh, Haeyong Park
Pusan University, Korea
PF-7
Cyclic Response of Frictional Energy Dissipative Devices Using Disc Springs
Byungtae Park, Kihyuk Kwan, Hyungjoon Kim
University of Seoul, Korea
PF-8
Seismic Evaluation of Shear Type Friction Damper Using Shaking Table Test
Eun-soo Park, Jeong-hyun Jang, Jae-hyouk Choi, Ji-hoon Moon
Chosun University, Korea
PF-9
Hybrid Simulation of Linked Structural System with Shear-panel Damper Using the Low-yield Point Steel
Material
Kyeong Seok Yang, Jeong Hyun Jang, Hyun Soo Kim, Ji Won Park, Jae Hyouk Choi
Chosun University, Korea
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
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GUIDELINES FOR PRSENTATION
Guidelines for Oral Presentation
Presentation
All presenters are asked to observe their presentation time strictly as assigned. Presenters are requested to be in their
symposium room at least 10 min. before the start of the session.
Presentation Time
• Keynote Speeches
30 min. presentation
• Special Speeches
30 min. presentation
• Academic Sessions
15 min. presentation (Including 3 min. Q&A time)
Presentation Material Submission
• All speakers are required to bring their presentation file(s) in Microsoft PowerPoint file format on USB or on CD to the
Preview Room (205). It is strongly recommended that all presenters check in at the Preview Room at least 6 hours before
the session to upload and review/update their presentation materials.
• Video files: To ensure the best condition of your presentation, please create your video files as WMA or AVI.
Audio-Visual Equipment
• The session room will be equipped with a master computer, which shall be used for all presentations.
• If you need audio equipment, please contact Preview Room in advance.
• Please note that we do not prefer Macintosh environment.
• We do not recommend using your own laptop computer for presentation to avoid problems with computer projector
compatibility and to save time that would otherwise be needed for changing connection.
Guidelines for Poster Session
Poster Setup
The organizing committee will provide with a series of poster display easel boards. Posters should be affixed to the poster
easel boards using a sprey in designated area. We will prepare spray and boards. After attaching the poster, please mount in
your easel board on time.
Schedule
Mounting
Display
Removal
Conference Hall 1
Oct 23, 2012 (13:00-18:00)
Oct 24, 2012 (09:00~18:00)
Oct 24, 2012 (18:00-19:00)
Poster Easel Board Dimensions
Poster foam board will be provided by ISAIA2012 Secretariat. The prepared foam board size should be 900mm high and
600mm wide and the poster size is 800mm high and 550mm wide. Materials, including title, may not extend beyond the
poster size.
Poster Removal
All posters should be removed. The Organizing Committee is not responsible for loss or damage to those posters which are
not removed by authors within the times of removal as informed. Posters not removed will be destroyed.
SYMPOSIUM INFORMATION
Registration
Date
Operation Hours
Oct 22 (Mon)
13:00~19:00
Oct 23 (Tues)~24 (Wed)
08:00~17:00
Place
Convention Hall Lobby (4F)
Poster Session
Date
Operation Hours
Place
Oct 24 (Tues)
09:00~18:00
Convention Hall 1(4F)
Date
Operation Hours
Place
Oct 23 (Tues)~24 (Wed)
09:00~18:00
Convention Hall 1(4F)
Date
Operation Hours
Place
Oct 23 (Tues)
08:00~18:00
Oct 24 (Wed)
08:00~17:00
Student Exhibition
Preview Room
205
Secretariat Office
Date
Operation Hours
Place
Oct 22 (Mon) ~ 24 (Wed)
08:00~19:00
2F
Date
Operation Hours
Place
Oct 22 (Mon)~24 (Wed)
08:00~19:00
2F, 3F, 4F
Internet Access
• Only provide free Internet Connetion.
Need to bring your own laptop for use.
Message Board
Any news and changes in the program will be put up on the board (Conventional Hall Lobby, 4F).
Lunch
Lunch will be served to the registered delegates for free during the symposium period in Deli House (KDJ Convention Center).
Print & Copy
The business Center offers print & copy in KDJ Convention Center (2F).
Operation Hours
09:00~18:00
October 22-25, 2012, KDJ Convention Center, Gwangju, Korea
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Social Programs
Program
Operation Hours
Place
Welcome Reception
Oct 22 (Mon) 18:00~20:00
Convention Hall 2+3(4F)
Opening Ceremony
Oct 23 (Tues) 09:30~10:00
Convention Hall 2+3(4F)
Farewell Party (Standing)
Oct 24 (Wed) 19:00~21:00
Outdoor,
Gwangju Traditional Culture Center
• The bus service will be provided for the participants in Farewell Party.
• - Departure 18:20
In front of KDJ Convention Center � Gwangju Traditional Culture Center
• - Return 21:00
Gwangju Traditional Culture Center � KDJ Convention Center
• Please bring your coupon and an extra jacket for outdoor event.
• The Farewell Party ticket can be purchased until 17:00, Oct 24 (Wed) on the Registration Desk (4F).
Tour
Date
Operation Hours
Fare
Itineary
Oct 25(Thur)
09:00~18:00
USD 100
Pilam Seowon- Soswewon - Nakan Eupseong - Seonam Temple
• Tour ticket can be purchased until 17:00, Oct 24 (Wed) on the Registration Desk (4F).
• Only restricted seats are available.
USEFUL INFORMATION
Time Difference
Korean time is nine hours ahead of Universial Coordinated Time / Greenwich Mean Time (UCT/GMT+9hours).
Climate & Weather
Korea has four distint seasons; spring, summer, fall and winter. Especially, October the season for ISAIA2012 is one of the best times
to visit Korea. You may enjoy the beautiful Korean fall including dear blue sky and mild weather. During the month of October, the
temperature in Gwangju average 15.8°C For more information, please visit Korea Meteorlogical Administration (www.kma.go.kr).
Currency & Foregin Exchange
—10, W
—50, W
—100 and W
—500 coins, W
—1,000, W
—
Korea’s official monetary unit is the won (KRW). Korean monetary units are W
—10,000 and W
—50,000 notes. For higher denominations, negotiable casher’s checks are used. USD 1 is equivalent to
5,000, W
about KRW 1,112 as of Oct 2012. Major currencies and traveler’s checks can be exchanged into Korean won at the airport, hotels
and at all Korean banks.
Insurance and Liability
The Organizing Committee will not be responsible for medical expenses, accidents or losses or unexpected damage to
property belonging to conferece participants, either during or as a result of the symposium or during all the tours and events.
Participants are strongly advised to arrange their own insurance for the health and accidents, lost luggage and trip cancellation.
Credit Card
Foreign credit cards, including Diners Club, Visa, American Express and MasterCard are widely accepted at major hotels,
shops and restaurants in major cities. However, you should always check with individual shop and restaurant to make sure
your card is accepted. Also, check with your credit card company beforehand for detail of merchant acceptability and other
services which may be available.
Useful Phone Numbers
Emergency
If you should find yourself in an emergency situation, dial 112 for police 119 for fire/rescue (through most operators speak
only Korean). Hotel staff can also call a doctor or an ambulance. Travel Phone Emergency Interpretation Service (1330)
provides 24-hours emergeny service for foreigners, and a bilingual operator will offer you detailed information on English
assistance or travel information.
BBB Service
Interpretation Service provided for tourists via BBB mobile phone. Dial the number below and press your language preference
to connect to a BBB Number of your language.
• How to use the service : Dial 1588-5644 + your language number
• BBB language numbers are as follow:
• English 1/Japanese 2/ Chinese 3/ French 4/ Spanish 5/ Italian 6/ Russian 7/ German 8/ Portuguese 9/ Arabic 10/ Polish
11/ Turkish 12/ Swedish 13/ Thai 14/ Vietnamese 15/ Malay-Indonesian 16
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Categories
Weekdays
Weekends & National Holidays
Banks
09:00-16:00
Closed
Government Offices & Organizations
09:00-18:00
Closed
Department Stores
(Various according to store)
10:30-20:00
10:30-19:00
Usually close once a month (Usually on Monday)
Foreign Diplomatic Missions
09:00-17:00
Closed (Closed on their respective national holidays)
Call Taxi Service (Gwangju)
1577-8582
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