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Sustainable Places Conference
One of the greatest challenges that our societies have ever faced is how to drive energy efficiency at the building, district and city level. Sustainable Places is an International Conference held each year across Europe to gather scientists, researchers, and engineers, from both academia and industry to discuss the latest state-of-the-art advances in this area.

This year, its being held in Anglet, France and IES is involved in a big results workshop for FASUDIR, as well as presenting on work currently in progress on the iURBAN and NewTrend projects. While other projects RESSEEPE and Energy in Time are also hosting in-depth workshops.

The show aims to facilitate innovative solutions for renovation and new construction to ensure the long-term environmental sustainability of ever-growing, densifying urban areas, in a resource-constrained world. Information and Communications Technology (ICT), along with other key research domains (energy, materials, methods and practices, etc.) will be at the core of the conference.

Join us at the show if you’re heading along, or catch up with our post show blog.

FASUDIR Results Workshop
Thursday 30th June, 9am-12.30pm, Nick Purshouse

FASUDIR Linked Workshop/Paper: Historic Cities in Transition
Wednesday 29th June, 4.30-6.30pm

iUrban Paper Presentation
Thursday 30th June, 9am, Mike Oats

NewTrend Presentation: District Renewal Workshop
Wednesday 29th June, 11am-4pm Nick Purshouse

RESSEEPE Workshop: Public Building Retrofitting
Wednesday 29th June, 2-4pm

RESSEEPE Paper Presentation
“Innovative technologies for retrofitting: Coventry University as a Living Lab”
Wednesday 29th June 4.30pm

Energy in Time Workshop: Building Operations & Maintenance
Thursday 30th June, 9am-12.30pm

All Energy: All Wrapped Up

Posted: May 17, 2016 by , Category:Uncategorized

As the doors to All Energy closed the other week, so did the end of a busy week for IES. Our R&D division presented on five different European funded projects we’re currently involved in:

EINSTEIN & Energy in Time: Making real-time operational control of buildings a reality with 3D simulation
Catherine Conaghan, Senior Project Manager, IES

INDICATE: Towards the development of a virtual 3D city model: Dundalk, Ireland
Aiden Melia, Project Manager, IES

NewTREND: Next Generation district integrated building retrofit
Nick Purshouse, Project Manager, IES

IMPRESS: Energy reducing pre-fabricated retrofit panels (BIM) integrated
Nick Purshouse, Project Manager, IES

All Energy Comes to Town

Posted: April 29, 2016 by , Category:Research & Development

Glasgow (3)
Next week All Energy opens at the SECC for another year and we’re gearing up for all that it will bring. As we’re headquartered in Glasgow it’s great having such a forward looking event going on in our home town. And boy is Glasgow a great host city – not only does it have flourishing Smart City credentials, but it’s also renowned for the warm welcome it gives visitors.

This year our R&D division is particularly active at the show presenting on a number of projects: INDICATE, Energy in Time, EINSTEIN, NewTREND and IMPRESS.

Speaking as part of the Sustainable Cities conference stream in Alsh1, Aidan and Catherine are covering the following:

4 May 2016, 12:45 – 13:45, Quick Fire Technology Update
Towards the development of a virtual 3D city model: Dundalk, Ireland
Aiden Melia, Project Manager, IES

5 May 2016, 14:30 – 16:15, Sustainable and smart cities technology
Making real-time operational control of buildings a reality with 3D simulation
Catherine Conaghan, Senior Project Manager, IES

While Nick is presenting within the Energy Efficiency Quick Fire Seminar Theatre on 5th May.

11:45 | NewTREND: Next Generation district integrated building retrofit, Nick Purshouse, Project Manager, IES
12:00 | IMPRESS: Energy reducing pre-fabricated retrofit panels (BIM) integrated, Nick Purshouse, Project Manager, IES

 

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