Wrocław University of Science and Technology Workshop

For all those who are interested in the topic:  „Thermal comfort and transition from solid fuel heating in historical multifamily buildings — a real-world study in Poland”, we share recordings of the Wrocław University of Science and Technology  Workshop.

Publications of the Wrocław University of Science and Technology

Two English-language scientific publications with the IF indicator submitted for printing to selected scientific journals
The document created needs: scientists, legislators at international, national and local levels

  • „Energies”, https://www.mdpi.com/journal/energies (IF 2.702) 24.X.2020 złożono artykuł pt. „Impact of users’ behaviorand real weather conditions on the energy consumption of tenement houses in Wroclaw, Poland: Energy performance gap –simulation based on the model calibrated by in-field measurements”,
  • „Energy and Buildings”, https://www.journals.elsevier.com/energy-and-buildings (IF 4.867), 30.X.2020 złożono artykuł pt.„Thermal comfort and transition from solid fuel heating in historical multifamily buildings —real-world study in Poland”

 

 

DiverCITY 4 Conference – attend in the Conference in one of two possible ways

The DiverCITY 4 Conference 2020 will be held in a hybrid form, which means that participants can take part in the event on-site, at the Wrocław Congress Center or online. Below we present the possibilities of participating in the DiverCITY 4 Conference on September 22, 2020:

  1. Participation on-site – a participant registered by a dedicated registration system will receive his Conference ID along with a package of gadgets at the venue reception desk on the day of the event. Then the participant will attend lectures in accordance with the prepared agenda of the Conference. During the lectures, he will also have the opportunity to ask questions to the experts. In addition, the participant will be able to use coffee breaks and lunch, which are also included in the conference program. In order to maintain all safety measures and distance, a conference limit for on-site participants is 200 people (information for August 17, 2020). The order of applications counts. The organizer will provide participants with masks to cover the mouth and nose, disposable gloves, and liquids for disinfection.
  2. Registered online participation – participants who will not be able to appear in Wrocław for the above-mentioned conference, will have possibilities to use a special platform that will allow them to participate in the online Conference. However, the registration for the event, with the online participation option marked in the form is obligatory. Thanks to this functionality, the participant will not only be able to watch all the lectures live (using a dedicated platform with live streaming), but will also be able to ask questions to experts via chat. In addition, there is an additional attraction for registered online participants – a virtual walk around the Centennial Hall. When the limit of the number of participants on site increases, the registered online persons will have priority in choosing additional seats in the Wroclaw Congress Center.

 

New Conference Date!

We are pleased to inform you and invite you to Wroclaw to the DiverCITY 4 Conference.

The conference will be held on September 22  in the Wrocław Congress Center, in Centennial Hall Complex, Wystawowa 1, 51-618 Wrocław.

Short information from March workshop session

On March 3-4, the experts once again met in Wrocław as part of the DiverCITY Initiative. The workshop was also joined by representatives of the Association of Polish Cities and NGOs operating in Wrocław. During the two-day workshop session exchanging knowledge, best practices and experience. The topics raised during the workshop included four areas: environment, housing, availability and policy of the senior. In addition to substantive work in groups, participants of the Initiative visited places showing valuable solutions available in Wroclaw: Cafe Równik and the Wuwa2 model housing estate. Experts from Poland, Norway and Iceland are working together to develop solutions that they will share during the DiverCITY conference.

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