International Association of Building Physics (IABP) is a Non profit Organization that aims to contribute to the improvement of building physics area in international platforms and to establish communication and cooperation among those engaged in research application in various fields of building physics. The mission of this association is to promote, advance and disseminate the research and best practice in the field of Building Physics in order to improve the design, construction, operation, maintenance and performance of new and existing buildings and surrounding infrastructure. In its aim to contribute to building physics area, IABP organizes international scientific conference every three years known as International Building Physics Conference - IBPC. The 7th International Building Physics Conference known as IBPC 2018 proceedings was held at Syracuse, NY, USA from September 23 - 26, 2018. It was hosted by College of Engineering and Computer Science, and School of Architecture, Syracuse University and its Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems (SyracuseCOE). IBPC 2018 conference was sponsored byNew York State of Opportunity NYSERDA, and Division of Science, Technology & Innovation, SyracuseCOE and various regional sponsors like OBG, Frontier Energy, AiR Innovations, etc. For more info about the sponsors, visit IBPC2018 Sponsors. The theme of IBPC2018 was Healthy, Intelligent and Resilient Buildings and Urban Environments. It provided a forum for scientific, technological and design exchanges through presentations of original research and development work and findings along with demonstrations and exhibitions of innovative green building technologies discussing future challenges and opportunities as well. The goal of this conference was to advance the collective understanding of the nature and behavior of the cyber-physical systems in various different scales, the way they interact and possible options to optimize their design and operation for healthy, intelligent and resilient buildings and urban environments.