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Event: Limited places available > Technical Seminar: Ventilative Cooling & Overheating Risk > 20th April

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Limited places available > Technical Seminar: Ventilative Cooling & Overheating Risk > 20th April

 

Event Details

Date: 20th April 2016, 9am - 1pm
Venue: Rory Gallagher Theatre, D-Block, Bishopstown Campus, Cork 

Light lunch, kindly sponsored by Venticool,  will be provided in the James Barry Exhibition Centre, Bishopstown Campus from 1pm – 2pm.


Directions to CIT Bishopstown Campus
Map of Campus

Registration is free but spaces are limited. To find out more details regarding the
programme of national and International speakers, the venue, and to register online
please visit the event website here.

Enquiries to:
Paul D O'Sullivan (email: paul.osullivan@cit.ie, tel: +353 21 4335437)
Felicity Quarry (email: felicity.quarry@cit.ie, tel: +353 21 4326264)

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CIT's MeSSO Research Group  and the Department of Process, Energy & Transport Engineering is delighted to announce details of a free half day technical seminar on ventilative cooling and overheating risk in low energy buildings, taking place on the 20th April 2016 at the Bishopstown Campus, CIT.

Addressing the increased potential for cooling energy demand and associated risk of overheating in new and refurbished low energy buildings is becoming an important issue for the industry. This half day seminar for researchers, designers, engineers & architects, organised in collaboration with IEA-EBC Annex 62 will present state of the art in utilising ventilation strategies and systems in addressing these issues. Speakers will include both national and international researchers and practitioners showcasing various tools, techniques and projects related to ventilative cooling, presenting their most recent findings from the state of the art.


 

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