Public Lectures CAS Regenerative Materials – Hygro 2023
02. Oktober 2023
06. November 2023
After three successful editions in 2020 - 2023 the CAS ETH in Regenerative Materials a new specialisation has started. Like the others, this edition will be colorful and full of interesting encounters.
Here are the dates to public lectures broadcasted online. :
- Monday 06.11.2023 - 17h-18h (UTC +1)
HYGROTHERMAL RISK ASSESSMENT
Prof. Joseph Little is the Head of Building Performance and Construction in the School of Architecture, Building and Environment, TU Dublin. He is the manager of School programmes relating to construction and building performance, and programme chair of MSc in Building Performance (Energy Efficiency in Design). He researches and lectures in hygrothermal risk assessment and energy efficiency of historic dwellings. Little is a director and founder member of the Irish Green Building Council and a member of the National Scientific Committee on Energy Efficiency, Sustainability and Climate Change in ICOMOS. He is also the Irish co-operation partner of the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics in relation to training and development of the WUFI suite of hygrothermal evaluation software.
Prof. Joseph Little will present his work and some challenges they face in this field in Irland.
- Monday 02.10.2023 - 16h30-17h30 (UTC +2)
INNOVATIVE BUILDING TECHNIQUES
The “home” of today and tomorrow must be designed to be in harmony with the planet and its inhabitants, built by people working conscientiously and with concern for defining the best solutions for each scenario. It is essential to have a holistic vision of construction, of life! The subject is so complex, the solutions interconnected and variable from one situation to another that one can only make a multi-criteria choice. But what are these criteria?
To take action, it is essential to detach yourself from the catalogue of industrial products and know the possibilities and the techniques that can be used. There are only three parameters left to be used intelligently, one influencing the others but cannot be ruled out: materials, shapes and colours.
Sébastien Pittet explained the philosophy behind the work of Pittet Artisans and presented their work with regenerative materials.
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