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    preserving their historic character inherent values and integrity Important dates Conference flyer Latest News Samuel Dubois 2015 12 14T10 33 12 00 00 The accepted abstracts will be announced by 21th of December All the reviews for abstracts have now been received and are currently analyzed by the Organizing Committee The date for acceptance announcement was delayed to the 21th of December All authors will then be notified with Samuel Dubois 2015 12 07T09 05 05 00 00 The Call for Abstracts has ended More than 100 abstracts were received up to the submission deadline The scientific committee is now reviewing them Thanks to everyone who submitted a proposal All corresponding authors will receive the results of the review stage in Why attend This conference is an international forum that will give visibility to groups working on the generation and transfer of knowledge on energy efficiency and comfort of historic buildings Whether you are researcher practitioner engineer architect governmental employee student either of you are benefitting by attending this conference After all several progressive international experts and stakeholders involved in this field of interest will share the state of the art developments and their latest experiences on improving the energy

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  • Contact us - EECHB
    committee International Scientific Committee Important dates Program Submissions Call for abstracts Full papers submission Registration Visits tours Conference dinner FAQ Venue and travel Venue How to get there Nearby hotels info on Brussels Contact us Home Contact us Contact us admin 2015 12 07T09 04 40 00 00 Copyright 2015 EECHB All Rights Reserved We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website If

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  • About EECHB - EECHB
    admin 2015 12 07T09 04 39 00 00 After a first edition organised by Casas Históricas y Singulares and Ars Civilis in Madrid 2014 the Belgian Building Research Institute is proud to announce that it will be hosting in collaboration with public institutes from Brussels Flanders and Wallonia the second edition of the International Conference on Energy Efficiency and Comfort of Historic Buildings from October 19 th to 21 st 2015 at the Royal Library in Brussels The 2 nd International Conference on Energy Efficiency and Comfort of Historic Buildings will include over fifty innovative peer reviewed research papers on topics ranging from assessment and monitoring to regulations management and training as well as sustainable interventions Four keynote speakers will also present their ideas and findings during the conference On the third conference day delegates will have ample time to explore the rich engineering architectural artistic and cultural offerings of the City of Brussels during the unique guided tour in Brussels that will be offered The call for abstract is now closed The main conference topics are available here Overview of the first edition Recent news The accepted abstracts will be announced by 21th of December 14 12 2015 The

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  • Topics - EECHB
    the boundaries How are the opportunities and limits for interventions identified Which assessment methods can be used Which aspects should be taken into account before designing interventions for energy efficiency and comfort improvement in historic buildings 3 Sustainable Interventions between tradition and innovation How do technical interventions influence the global hygrothermal and material balance How can we simulate the real life impact of different interventions How to promote the implementation of sustainable life cycle circular economy solutions How can traditional behaviours materials and designs contribute to energy efficiency and comfort and where do we need innovative techniques 4 Governance management and participation from design to day to day use How can interventions be designed to facilitate energy efficiency and reaching comfortable conditions in day to day use How can actual user behaviour be taken into account from the planning stage onwards How can governments and building managers develop policies to stimulate and support respectful energy efficiency and comfort improvements in historic buildings 5 Monitoring and evaluation providing feedback How can post occupancy monitoring provide useful information on the impact of different interventions How can post occupancy monitoring simulations provide useful information on the actual thermal behaviour of a building Why

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  • Organizing committee - EECHB
    Research Institute BBRI Michael de Bouw Belgium Building Research Institute BBRI Hilde De Clercq Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage KIK IRPA Liesbeth Dekeyser Belgium Building Research Institute BBRI Samuel Dubois Belgium Building Research Institute BBRI Pierre Paquet DG04 Patrimoine Wallonia Manja Vanhaelen Direction des Monuments et Sites Brussels Nathalie Vernimme Onroerend Erfgoed Flanders Supported by Cristina Gutiérrez Cortines Ars Civilis Ana Yañez Fundación de Casas Históricas y Singulares Recent news

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  • International Scientific Committee - EECHB
    Hemp straw bale and earth materials Vernacular architecture Interactions between energy performance and HVAC control systems Low cost and Low tech renewable source of energy Sofia Gomes da Costa Fundación de Casas Históricas y Singulares ES Bio Sofia Gomes da Costa Coordinator of projects and activities Fundación de Casas Históricas y Singulares Spain Sofia Gomes da Costa is responsible for the coordination of cultural projects and activities in the Spanish Historic Houses Foundation Fundación de Casas Históricas y Singulares since 2009 She has a Master on Cultural Heritage Management a Master on Business Administration and has also a research degree post graduated studies on Medieval and Renaissance History She has a wide experience in securing grants and coordinating cultural projects focused in Heritage especially in the areas of museums and historic buildings She has worked with other cultural entities as the National Museum of Fine Arts National Museum of Romanticism both in Madrid and dependent of the Spanish Ministry of Culture International Committee of Museums ICOM etc Sofia is proficient in Portuguese her mother tongue Spanish French English and Italian Carsten Hermann Historic Scotland UK Bio Carsten Hermann Dipl Ing Architect CAABC RIAS Senior Technical Officer Historic Environment Scotland United Kingdom Carsten Hermann is a conservation architect working as Senior Technical Officer at Historic Scotland Scotland s national body safeguarding and promoting the country s historic environment Carsten advises on and researches sustainable building conservation including the management of research and refurbishment projects He specialises in energy efficiency of historic and traditional buildings and in conservation of 20th century built heritage He is Historic Scotland s lead on the EFFESUS project a research project co funded by the European Union investigating energy efficiency of European historic urban districts Carsten studied architecture and worked in construction and project management in Germany India and the UK before settling in Scotland in 2005 A chartered architect accredited in building conservation he has worked for several years for conservation architects in Edinburgh before joining Historic Scotland in 2009 Nigel Isaacs Victoria University of Wellington NZ Bio Nigel Isaacs Prof Senior Lecturer School of Architecture Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand Nigel Isaacs has studied New Zealand building energy use and end uses in both residential Household Energy End use Study HEEP and non residential buildings Building Energy End use Study BEES For the past decade he has explored the history of NZ building technology including the teaching of a specialist course for 2nd year building science students publishing numerous articles as well as several series of talks on Radio New Zealand His doctorate examines the development of the technology of the New Zealand house Ralf Kilian Fraunhofer IBP DE Bio Ralf Kilian Dr Ing Dipl Restaurator Univ Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP Department of Indoor Environment Germany Ralf Kilian studied Civil Engineering and Restoration Technology of Arts and Conservation Science at the Technische Universität München Diploma degree in 2004 Since July 2008 he is head of the working group Preventive Conservation and Heritage Preservation at the Department of Indoor Environment at Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics Holzkirchen His research deals with the problems of monument preservation and energy efficiency sustainability in retrofitting museums as well as with the indoor climate in historic buildings and climatic impacts on works of art Ralf Kilian is an active Member of CEN TC 346 Conservation of cultural property WTA Climatic stability of historic buildings He is one of the scientific coordinators of the large scale integrated EU Project Climate for Culture that started in November 2009 Ralf Kilian finished his PhD Climate Stability of Historic Buildings Assessment of Hygrothermal Building Simulations in the Context of Preventive Conservation in 2013 Barbara Pietruszka Instytut Techniki Budowlanej PL Bio Barbara Pietruszka Dr Deputy Head and Manager of the thermal physics section Thermal Physics Sanitary Systems and Environment department Instytut Techniki Budowlanej Poland Education PhD in the field of solid state chemistry and catalysis at the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Chemistry Cracow Poland 1999 Career post doc researcher at Institute of Low Temperature Plasma Physics INP Greifswald Germany 2000 2003 Laboratoire des Matériaux Surfaces et Procédés pour la Catalyse LMSPC UMR 7515 du CNRS ELCASS Strasbourg France 2003 2004 State Key Laboratory of Catalysis Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics DICP Dalian P R China 2004 2005 since 10 2008 adjunct at Department of Thermal Physics Sanitary Systems and Environment Building Research Institute Warsaw Poland Research area thermal insulation materials thermal transmittance by measurements and calculations energy efficiency of buildings hygrothermal properties of materials José Luis González Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña ES Bio José Luiz González Prof Arch Professor Polytechnic University of Catalonia Spain PhD in Architecture from the School of Architecture of Barcelona Professor of Architectural Construction at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia and postgraduate professor of Architectural Restoration Invited by several European and Latin American universities Numerous interventions in buildings of architectural heritage as the church of the Colonia Güell Casa Botines and Gaudi s Palau Güell or studies such as the cathedrals of Lleida Castelló d Empúries or Mallorca Author of numerous articles and books Editor on behalf of the Superior Council of Colleges of Architects of Spain document Implementation of CTE to the works of Architectural Restoration 2009 Director of the research project Improving the energy efficiency of buildings of heritage value investigation of real cases awarded a research grant from the RecerCaixa and the Catalan Association of Public Universities 2011 Director of the Organizing Committee of the International Workshop Heritage Buildings and Energy Efficiency Conflicts and Solutions 2013 Staf Roels KULeuven BE Bio Staf Roels Prof Dr Ir Full professor and head of the Building Physics Section KU Leuven University of Leuven Belgium Staf Roels earned his master title of civil engineer architect at the university of Leuven KU Leuven in 1990 After gaining practical experience as civil engineer and architect he returned to the KU Leuven 1996 where he started working as research fellow In 2000 he defended his Ph D thesis entitled Unsaturated moisture transport

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  • Important dates - EECHB
    15 th of June 2015 Abstract submission deadline Monday 14 th of September 2015 extended to 30 th of September Announcement of accepted abstracts Monday 30 th of November 2015 reported to 21 th of December 2015 Full paper Note about the author submission deadline February 2016 Announcement of accepted papers March 2016 Revised paper submission deadline Deadline for early bird registration May 2016 Registration deadline September 2016 Recent news

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  • Program - EECHB
    12 07T09 04 38 00 00 Here is an overview of the Conference program This is still subject to change Wednesday 19th of October 2016 8 30 9 00 Welcome and registration 9 00 9 15 Opening session announcements 9 15 9 45 Invited lecture 9 45 10 45 Session 1 10 45 11 15 Coffee break 11 15 12 35 Session 2 12 45 14 00 Lunch 14 00 14 30 Invited lecture 14 30 15 50 Session 3 15 50 16 20 Coffee break 16 20 17 40 Session 4 19 30 Conference Dinner Thursday 20th of October 2016 8 30 9 00 Reception coffee 9 00 9 15 Opening session announcements 9 15 9 45 Invited lecture 9 45 10 45 Session 5 10 45 11 15 Coffee break 11 15 12 35 Session 6 12 45 14 00 Lunch 14 00 14 30 Invited lecture 14 30 15 50 Session 7 15 50 16 20 Coffee break 16 20 17 40 Session 8 17 40 18 00 Closing Friday 21st of October 2016 9 15 Visits Program to come Recent news The accepted abstracts will be announced by 21th of December 14 12 2015 The Call

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