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Jan 18
  • 12am - 1am PST

    Posted by Robert

    Stronger Together: Why Networks of Energy Access Practitioners Matter".

    I am pleased to invite you to WISIONS upcoming webinar on 18 January! It is entitled "Stronger Together: Why Networks of Energy Access Practitioners Matter".

    To register, please visit this link: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8360294279485379330
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    Access to energy has the potential to change lives across the Global South, and it is enshrined in Sustainable Development Goal 7. But often efforts are fragmented, and the same mistakes are repeated.

    That's where networks of energy practitioners come in. Energy practitioners are spearheading efforts to make sure that those most at risk of being ‘left behind' are included. Their work in the field, academia, development institutions and in communities means that they have in-depth knowledge of the requirements, conditions, and challenges of ensuring sustainable energy access. Mobilizing their knowledge and expertise is essential to achieving SDG 7 and supporting many other SDGs for people and the planet.

    Register now and mark your calendar for 2 PM CET on 18 January 2018: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8360294279485379330

    In the meantime, watch our latest video, "From Paris to Action at Local Level in the Global South", from our side event at COP23 in Bonn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmTPf59PKlI

    Thank you for your attention and for spreading the news!
    The WISIONS Team


    WISIONS Info
    Email: info@wisions.net
    Internet: www.wisions.net
    Fax: +49 - (0)202 - 2492-198
    Phone: +49 - (0)202 - 2492 - 252

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    Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
    Doeppersberg 19
    D-42103 Wuppertal
    Postbox: 100480
    D-42004 Wuppertal

    Wuppertal Institut fuer Klima, Umwelt, Energie GmbH;
    Registered Office: Wuppertal, Germany;
    Registered at: Amtsgericht Wuppertal, Germany;
    Registration no.: HRB 7619;
    USt.-ID Nr./VAT ID No.: DE 121 091 633
    Business Manager: Brigitte Mutert-Breidbach
    Vice-President: Prof. Dr. Uwe Schneidewind
    Chairman of the Supervisory Board: State Secretary Dr. Thomas Gruenewald

     

  • 9am - 11am PST

    Posted by Robert

    Holding governments to account for implementation of the SDGs

    Webinar on the role of national auditors in assessing a country's SDG preparedness*

    * Webinaire sur le rôle des auditeurs nationaux dans l'évaluation de la préparation des ODD d'un pays

    * Seminario web sobre el papel de los auditores nacionales en la evaluación de los ODS de un país

    REGISTER

     

Feb 18
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May 18
  • 8am to May 24 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    ICEM 2018: "Renewable Energy and the Environment”

    The 5th International Conference Energy & Meteorology (ICEM) will be hosted in Shanghai, China, 22-24 May 2018. The Conference will focus on creating effective approaches for improved weather, climate and water services for energy. An exciting line-up of Chinese and international industry speakers will lead the conference's keynote presentations, complemented by an exceptional program of parallel sessions and poster presentations!

     

    Targeted workshops, panel discussions and networking events will enable interaction with the conference's global audience of energy specialists, water experts, economists, scientists, and policymakers working at the thriving nexus of energy and meteorology.

    For more information please visit www.wemcouncil.org/wp/icem2018/ and to submit your abstract please visit www.wemcouncil.org/wp/icem2018/call-abstracts/.

     

  • May 22 at 8am to May 24 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    ICEM 2018: "Renewable Energy and the Environment” (continued)

    The 5th International Conference Energy & Meteorology (ICEM) will be hosted in Shanghai, China, 22-24 May 2018. The Conference will focus on creating effective approaches for improved weather, climate and water services for energy. An exciting line-up of Chinese and international industry speakers will lead the conference's keynote presentations, complemented by an exceptional program of parallel sessions and poster presentations!

     

    Targeted workshops, panel discussions and networking events will enable interaction with the conference's global audience of energy specialists, water experts, economists, scientists, and policymakers working at the thriving nexus of energy and meteorology.

    For more information please visit www.wemcouncil.org/wp/icem2018/ and to submit your abstract please visit www.wemcouncil.org/wp/icem2018/call-abstracts/.

     

  • May 22 at 8am to May 24 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    ICEM 2018: "Renewable Energy and the Environment” (continued)

    The 5th International Conference Energy & Meteorology (ICEM) will be hosted in Shanghai, China, 22-24 May 2018. The Conference will focus on creating effective approaches for improved weather, climate and water services for energy. An exciting line-up of Chinese and international industry speakers will lead the conference's keynote presentations, complemented by an exceptional program of parallel sessions and poster presentations!

     

    Targeted workshops, panel discussions and networking events will enable interaction with the conference's global audience of energy specialists, water experts, economists, scientists, and policymakers working at the thriving nexus of energy and meteorology.

    For more information please visit www.wemcouncil.org/wp/icem2018/ and to submit your abstract please visit www.wemcouncil.org/wp/icem2018/call-abstracts/.

     

Jun 18
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Jul 18
  • 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
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  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
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  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

  • Jul 02 at 8am to Jul 13 at 9am

    Posted by Robert

    Summer School: Sustainable Housing from a European Perspective (continued)

    Housing is of key importance for societies. It drives the economy and is a key issue for sustainable urban and regional development in growing as well as declining areas. This course focuses on sustainable housing development and deals with environmental as well as economic and social sustainability. How do housing markets work and how do governments intervene? How can the affordability, quality and energy efficiency of the housing stock be improved? The course will give insight in the European perspective on the development of a sustainable housing stock by presenting European and national goals, policies, regulations, assessment tools, process innovations and management approaches.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. Lunch and coffee breaks are served during the program. A Pizza night will be organized on Wednesday evening of week One. Lunches are included. And one-day field trip will be arranged with a coach at Week Two. Evening meals and accommodations will be at your own expenses.

    You could refer to this website (https://www.tudelft.nl/en/architecture-and-the-built-environment/study/summerschools/summerschool-sustainable-housing-from-a-european-perspective/ ) and the program attached is for your reference.


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    Peter Boelhouwer, professor Housing Systems
    Ellen van Bueren, professor Urban Development Management
    Andy van den Dobbelsteen, professor Climate Design & Sustainability
    Marja Elsinga,professor Housing Institutions & Governance
    Vincent Gruis, professor Housing Management
    Henk Visscher, professor Housing Quality
    Hans Wamelink, professor Design & Construction Management

    LECTURERS
    Dr. Laure Itard, Housing Quality
    Dr. Ad Straub, Housing Management
    Dr. Queena Qian, Housing Quality
    Dr. John Heintz, Design and Construction Management
    Dr. Darinka Czischke Ljubetic, Housing Management
    Dr. Erwin Mlecnik, Housing Management
    Dr. Joris Hoekstra, Housing Systems
    Dr. Marietta Haffner, Housing Systems
    Drs. Philip Koppels, Real Estate Management

    PARTICIPATION
    We invite Bachelor students, Master students and PhD students in their final year with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. There are limited places available.

    The summer program is designed to suit for the expectations of the participants for attending two weeks program. The registration fee is 1200 Euro. The full attendance to the programme is the prerequisite for receiving the certificate of participation.

    The summer school aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and built environment. Summer school 2016&2017 has successfully attracted worldwide participants. A quick geographical overview of participants' profile: Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, Australia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, India, The United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Antigua and Barbuda.

    APPLICATION
    Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (2 pages maximum) and a summary of research interests (1 page maximum). Please submit your application by 28 February 2018 to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen (M.M.M.deJong-Lansbergen@tudelft.nl), secretary congress office. Due to the limited place available, the selection will be given priority to the eligible applicants who make the earlier submission. The first selection result will be announced on 30 March 2018.

    VENUE
    Main location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.
    Lectures may also take place outside the Faculty of Architecture on other locations on Delft University of Technology.

    Best regards,
    Taozhi ZHUANG
    OTB - Research for the Built Environment
    Faculty of Archituecture and the Built Environment | TUDelft
    Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL | P.O.BOX 5043, 2600 GA |Delft|The Netherlands
    T +31 (0)62 8616699 | E T.Zhuang@tudelft.nl
    --------------------------------------------------------

     

     

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