Central Europe Towards Sustainable Building, July 2-4, Prague, Czech Republic

  • 2 July 2019 To 4 June 2019
  • Start time : 08:00 AM
  • End time : 06:00 PM
  • Event Location : Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Thákurova 2077/7, 166 29 Praha 6, Prague, -, Czech Republic
Sustainable Building Conference Central Europe Prague
Event Description

Central Europe towards Sustainable Building Prague 2019 (CESB19) event will be a part of 2019 international Sustainable Built Environment conference series convened under auspices of the four international organizations: iiSBE, CIB, UNEP-SBCI, FIDIC and the Global Alliance for Building and Construction.

CESB19 will be the fifth conference in a row held in Prague on the actual topic of sustainable building. The city of Prague will again provide a beautiful setting to meet and discuss the next challenges and opportunities of sustainable building. 

The main conference topics are:

Buildings and climate change
Design strategies for energy efficient and climate-friendly buildings, design optimization tools, integrated design approach, best practice case studies

Innovative use of materials and products in sustainable buildings
High-tech advanced and natural-based materials, sustainable production, and use of building materials

Systems for energy efficient and energy positive buildings 
Integration of advanced and alternative technologies improving sustainability of buildings

Decision-support tools and assessment methods for sustainable built environment
Building sustainability assessment methods, benchmarking and regional aspects, social, economic and environmental indicators of built environment, life cycle costing

Sustainable retrofitting of existing buildings
Examples of sustainable modernizations and refurbishments of existing buildings and districts, innovative retrofitting solutions, prefabrication in retrofitting of existing buildings

Sustainable urban development
Urban regeneration strategies and spatial planning practices responding to climate change, new technologies and local communities

Industrial heritage regeneration
Economically and environmentally effective adaptive reuse strategies, industrial heritage in context of urban regeneration, temporary reuse and regeneration initializing activities

Policy and public awareness
Dissemination of good practice, life-long education, public awareness, national and regional strategie

  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Keynote Speakers:

      Solar City Linz and Aspern Seestadt – A Comparison of Large-Scale Urban Developments in Austria 
      Doris Oesterreicher Arch. Dipl.-ing. Dr. MSc
      Martin Treberspurg, Univ. Prof. Arch. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.

      A New Generation of Sustainable Structural Concretes – Design Approach and Material Properties 
      Dr.-Ing. Harald S. Müller

      Sustainability in Building Construction – A Multiscale Approach
      Thomas Lützkendorf, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil

      Buildings and Climate Change: Accelerating Transformation
      Richard Lorch
  • Cost
    • Standard: 790€
      Members of iiSBE, CIB, UNEP, FIDIC, CSBS, ČKAIT, ČVUT: 690€
      Scientific Committee Members: 620€
      Master and Bachelor students: 420€
  • Event type
    • Conference

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