Eight years of Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings
Professor in building conservation at Uppsala University. With a background in engineering, he has been working with energy efficiency in historic buildings for more than 20 years. Marie Claesson
Project manager at the Swedish Energy Agency with special responsibility for financing research projects regarding historic buildings.
An evaluation of three different methods for energy efficient indoor climate control in Skokloster castle
Lecturer at Uppsala University and a PhD candidate at Czech Technical University in Prague. His current work is about model based climate control in historic buildings
The role of monitoring and feedback in the refurbishment of traditional buildings: New Court, Trinity College, Cambridge
Works in partnership with Cameron Scott as ArchiMetrics Ltd, a building performance research company. She is a technical consultant on behalf of the Sustainable Traditional Buildings Alliance (STBA). She is a member of The Society for Ancient Buildings (SPAB) Technical Panel and is a CoRE (Centre For Refurbishment Excellence) Fellow.
Comfort and energy efficiency in historic buildings – the 3ENCULT experience
With an engineering background, her major field of interest is on energy retrofit of historic building. She has been building up and co-leading the Institute for Renewable Energy of the European Academy of Bozen/Bolzano Italy since 2005. She has been coordinating FP7 projects and she provides expertise in committees both on a regional and an international level.
Here is an overview of the Conference program. This is still subject to change.