AIVC 2018 

39th AIVC - 7th TightVent & 5th venticool Conference

Smart ventilation for buildings

18-19 September 2018, Antibes Juan-Les-Pins Conference Centre,
Antibes Juan-Les-Pins, France

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Conference Scope

Energy and climate goals have been shaping many countries’ policy and legislative agendas in the EU and beyond in the past decade. The building sector plays a crucial role in achieving these goals, considering the energy use attributed to buildings and its huge potential for improved energy performance.

Better performing buildings must ensure an acceptable Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), by providing higher Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and comfort levels for their occupants. Building ventilation entails both challenges and opportunities to achieve this goal.

A specific challenge lies in providing smart ventilation—i.e., the desired IAQ benefits while minimising energy use, utility bills and other non-IAQ costs (such as thermal discomfort and noise). Building ventilation should also help prevent overheating with little energy use. Nevertheless, the correct functioning of ventilation systems, whether natural, mechanical or hybrid should not be compromised by excessive infiltration and uncontrolled airflows. While experience shows that these hurdles are difficult to pass, they also represent fantastic opportunities for design, method, and product development.

 This is the context defining the core theme of the joint 39th AIVC, 7th TightVent and 5th venticool Conference as “Smart ventilation for buildings”.

The event will place its focus on:

  • Smart ventilation, IAQ and health relationships
  • Ventilation and airtightness
  • Ventilative cooling – Resilient cooling


The conference will consist of 3 parallel tracks largely devoted to:

  1. Smart ventilation, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and health relationships
  2. Ventilation and Airtightness
  3. Ventilative cooling – Resilient cooling

The conference will consist of a mixture of:

  • Well‐prepared and structured sessions focused on the conference topics;
  • Presentations on invitation;
  • Presentations arising from the call for papers.


Preference will be given to abstracts focusing on one of the following topics:

Smart ventilation, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and health relationships

  • Sensing technologies and control strategies for smart ventilation
  • Smart grid integration
  • Controls and user interaction
  • IAQ impacts from outdoor sources
  • IAQ metrics or performance indicators
  • Humidity control and moisture damage
  • Strategies to reduce exposure (filtration, air cleaning, source control)
  • Performance of residential cooker hoods
  • BIM (Building Information Modelling) and ventilation systems


Ventilation and (building) airtightness

  • Energy rating of ventilation product and systems
  • Innovative ventilation concepts and combined systems
  • Fan energy demand
  • Heat recovery issues (freezing, natural ventilation)
  • Risks related to building airtightness
  • Durability of building and ductwork airtightness
  • Energy and IAQ impact of envelope and ductwork leakage
  • Field data and case studies
  • Infiltration measurement techniques and IR thermography
  • Compliance schemes and barriers to innovation
  • Ventilation in renovated buildings


Ventilative cooling - Resilient cooling:

  • Thermal comfort and ventilation;
  • Coupling of ventilation with cooling systems;
  • Ventilative cooling (design, technologies, components, controls, case studies);
  • Bioclimatic architectural design towards better summer performance
  • Technologies of passive cooling and overheating prevention
  • Personal comfort control during the hot season
  • Efficient part-time or zonal cooling, including options of precooling
  • Technologies and control strategies towards energy flexible buildings


Selected papers will be invited for submission to special issues of

  1. the ‘International Journal of Ventilation’ and
  2. REHVA journal



for abstract submission

March 20, 2018

of abstract acceptance

April 23, 2018

for paper submission

June 30, 2018

for early bird registration

June 23, 2018


Call for abstracts and Papers

Please download the templates available below to submit your abstract or paper online.

Abstract Submission Template

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Until 30 June 2018: 650

After 30 June 2018: 700

On Site: 750

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  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Admission to conference exhibition area
  • Congress Material (Final Programme, pads, pen, bag,)
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Coffee breaks
  • Snack Breaks


Until 30 June 2018: 200

After 30 June 201: 200

On Site: 225

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  • Admission to conference exhibition area
  • Congress Material (Final Programme, pads, pen, bag,)
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Coffee breaks
  • Snack Breaks

1 Day

Until 30 June 2018: 400

After 30 June 2018: 450

On Site: 480

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  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Admission to conference exhibition area
  • Congress Material (Final Programme, pads, pen, bag,)
  • Certificate of Attendance for one-day
  • Coffee breaks for one-day
  • Snack Breaks for one-day


Price: 59

September 19th, 2018
Boulevard Baudoin 06160 Juan-les-Pins
LES PIRATES Restaurant


Price: 0

September 17th , 2018
Antibes Juan-Les-Pins Conference Centre
"Palais des Congrès"

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Emmanuel Acchiardi CV


Emmanuel Acchiardi

Nicolas Doré CV


Nicolas Doré

Jarek Kurnitski CV


Jarek Kurnitski

Yves Lambert CV


Yves Lambert

Philippe Moseley CV


Philippe Moseley

Bjarne Olesen CV


Bjarne Olesen

Donald Weekes CV


Donald Weekes


There will be a total of 17 topical sessions:

  1. Rationale behind ventilation requirements and regulations
  2. Integrating uncertainties due to wind and stack effect in declared airtightness results
  3. Ductwork airtightness: Ongoing work in some European countries
  4. Sensors for smart ventilation
  5. Smart ventilation control strategies
  6. Performance of heat recovery ventilation systems in practice
  7. Air Quality in Domestic Kitchens
  8. Development of Indoor Air Quality Metric
  9. Assessing performance of ventilation systems
  10. French initiatives for indoor air quality
  11. Demand controlled ventilation in French buildings – 35 years of wide scale experience
  12. Commissioning of ventilation systems – Improving quality of installed ventilation systems
  13. Measurement accuracy of air flow and pressure difference
  14. Supplementing ventilation with gas-phase air cleaning, implementation and energy implications. The new IEA-EBC annex 78
  15. Presentation and Discussion of the recently adopted IEA EBC Annex 80 on Resilient Cooling
  16. BIM and Construction 4.0 opportunities in relation to ventilation and airtightness
  17. Indoor Environmental Quality Global Alliance



Important information for the conference speakers (short and long oral presentations)

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Conference Organisers and Committees

Organising Committee

The conference is organised by:

  • CETIAT, the French technical centre for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industries
  • ADEME, the French environment and energy management agency
  • INIVE, the International Network on Ventilation and Energy Performance on behalf of the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre (AIVC), TightVent Europe (the Building and Ductwork Airtightness Platform), and venticool (the international platform for ventilative cooling)



CETIAT (Centre Technique des Industries Aérauliques et Thermiques) is the French technical centre for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industries. It was set up in 1960 to serve manufacturers of HVAC systems, i.e. 360 companies manufacturing ventilation systems, ducts, air diffusers, fans, air filters, heat exchangers, heat pumps, etc. CETIAT runs co-operative research for its members, linked to energy and environmental issues, indoor environment quality, and integration and controls of systems. This research is often operated in partnership with other organisations, at national and international level. CETIAT has also an activity of independent testing and research centre, performing tests, calibrations, consultancy and training, based on four main skills: fluid mechanics, thermal science, acoustics, metrology. CETIAT is involved in several European and international standardisation groups. A substantial part of its activity is to disseminate information.



The French environment and energy management agency (ADEME) is active in the implementation of public policy in the areas of the environment, energy and sustainable development. The Agency provides expertise and advisory services to businesses, local authorities and communities, government bodies and the public at large, to enable them to establish and consolidate their environmental action. As part of this work ADEME helps finance projects, from research to implementation, in the areas of waste management, soil conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy, raw materials savings, air quality, noise abatement, circular energy transition and food wastage abatement. ADEME is a public agency under the joint authority of the Ministry for an Ecological and Solidary Transition and the Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation.

About AIVC

The AIVC ( activities are supported by the following countries: Australia, Belgium, China, Denmark, France, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Republic of Korea, Spain, Sweden, UK and USA.

Created in 1979, the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre ( is one of the projects/annexes running under the International Energy Agency's Energy in Buildings and Communities Programme. With the support of 15 member countries as well as key experts and two associations (REHVAIBPSA, ISIAQ), the AIVC offers industry and research organisations technical support aimed at better understanding the ventilation challenges and optimising energy efficient ventilation

Since 1980, the annual AIVC conferences have been the meeting point for presenting and discussing major developments and results regarding infiltration and ventilation in buildings. AIVC combines forces with the TightVent Europe and venticool platforms aiming at facilitating exchanges and progress on airtightness and ventilative cooling issues, which are major topics of this conference


About TightVent Europe

TightVent Europe ( aims at facilitating exchanges and progress on building and ductwork airtightness issues, including the organization of conferences and workshops. It fosters experience sharing as well as knowledge production and dissemination on practical issues such as specifications, design, execution, control, etc., taking advantage of the lessons learnt from pioneering work while keeping in mind the need for adequate ventilation.

TightVent Europe has been initiated by INIVE EEIG (International Network for Information on Ventilation and Energy Performance) with at present the financial and/or technical support of the following partners: Lindab, MEZ-TECHNIK, Retrotec, BlowerDoor GmbH, Eurima, Soudal, Gonal, SIGA, Buildings Performance Institute Europe and the Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy.

About venticool

venticool ( is the international ventilative cooling platform launched in October 2012 to accelerate the uptake of ventilative cooling by raising awareness, sharing experience and steering research and development efforts in the field of ventilative cooling. The platform supports better guidance for the appropriate implementation of ventilative cooling strategies as well as adequate credit for such strategies in building regulations. The platform philosophy is pull resources together and to avoid duplicating efforts to maximize the impact of existing and new initiatives.

venticool has been initiated by INIVE EEIG (International Network for Information on Ventilation and Energy Performance) with the financial and/or technical support of the following partners: Agoria‐NAVENTA, Velux, ES-SO, Wienerberger, WindowMaster, CIBSE nvg, the Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy and REHVA.


INIVE EEIG (International Network for Information on Ventilation and Energy Performance) was created in 2001 as a so-called European Economic Interest Grouping. The main reason for founding INIVE was to set up a worldwide acting network of excellence in knowledge gathering and dissemination. At present, INIVE has 9 member organisations (BBRI, CETIAT, CSTB, eERG, IBP-Fraunhofer, SINTEF, NKUA, TMT US and TNO) (

INIVE is, at present coordinating and/or facilitating various international projects, e.g. the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre –AIVC (, Dynastee (, the Indoor Environmental Quality – Global Alliance–IEQ-GA (, the TightVent Europe platform ( ), and venticool ( platforms. INIVE has also coordinated the ASIEPI project ( , 01/10/2007 – 31/03/2010) dealing with the evaluation of the implementation and impact of the EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, the QUALICHeCK project and platform ( , 01/03/2014 – 28/02/2017) aiming towards improved compliance and quality of the works for better performing buildings as well as the European portal on Energy Efficiency -BUILD UP (


Name Affiliation Country
Alireza Afshari  Aalborg University  Denmark
Arnold Janssens  University of Ghent  Belgium
Wouter Borsboom  TNO  The Netherlands
François Rémi Carrié  INIVE  Belgium
Samuel Caillou  BBRI  Belgium
Willem de Gids  VentGuide  Netherlands
François Durier  CETIAT  France
Laszlo Fulop  University of Pécs  Hungary
Alain Ginestet  CETIAT  France
Gaëlle Guyot  Cerema  France
Jan Hensen  IBPSA  The Netherlands
Jaap Hogeling  EPB Center  The Netherlands
Ben Hughes  International Journal on Ventilation  UK
Jae-Weon Jeong  Hanyang University  Republic of Korea
Benjamin Jones  University of Nottingham  UK
Maria Kolokotroni  Brunel University London  UK
Yun Gyu Lee  Korea Institute of Construction Technology  Republic of Korea
Pilar Linares Alemparte  IETCC- CSIC  Spain
Zoltan Magyar  Budapest University of Technology and Economics  Hungary
Bassam Moujalled   Cerema  France
Laure Mouradian  CETIAT  France
Bjarne Olesen  Technical University of Denmark  Denmark
Charles Pelé  CSTB  France
Andy Persily  NIST  USA
Manfred Plagmann  BRANZ  New Zealand
Carsten Rode  Annex 68  Denmark
Mat Santamouris University of New South Wales  Australia
Takao Sawachi  Building Research Institute  Japan
Max Sherman  LBNL  USA
Kari Thunshelle  SINTEF  Norway
Paula Wahlgren  Chalmers University of Technology  Sweden
Pawel Wargocki  DTU Technical University of Denmark  Denmark
Peter Wouters  INIVE  Belgium
Hiroshi Yoshino  Tohoku University  Japan
Guoqiang Zhang  Hunan university  China


The conference will be held in Antibes Juan-Les-Pins Conference Centre "Palais des Congrès", France. English will be the official language. No translations will be provided.

Palais des Congrès

Antibes Juan-Les-Pins, France

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How to reach Congress Venue



60, chemin des Sables - 06160 Juan-Les-Pins

+33 (0)4 22 10 60 01 - press 3

 BY PLANE : Nice International Airport 17Km away

 BY CAR: A8 Highway "La Provençale" Exit 44 : Antibes centre then Juan-Les-Pins

 BY TRAIN : SNCF station in Antibes for high speeds train and SNCF station in Juan-Les-Pins for regional train



Antibes Juan-les-Pins Conference Centre can be easily accessed :

Address: 60 chemin des Sables, 06160 Juan-les-PIns

GPS coordinates: Latitude : 43.5683583 / Longitude : 7.115730900000017



  • Nice Cote d’Azur International Airport, 17 km from Antibes Juan-les-Pins. 2nd airport in France with 105 direct destinations and 59 regular companies.



  • The SNCF Antibes railway station (TGV & local lines)
  • The SNCF Juan-les-Pins railway station (local lines)

All lines:



A8 highway, la Provençale, exit 44. Direction Antibes center, then Juan-les-Pins.



A regional network that guarantees interurban connections throughout the department.

  • Antibes Juan-les-Pins is served by the following lines: 250 Express, 200 Noctambus and the 200.
  • section « servir les habitants » (help the inhabitants).
  • ENVIBUS, the urban community network (CASA), serves 16 out of the 24 municipalities that compose the district.



“Allo Taxi Antibes”. Antibes taxi fleet is composed of 36 vehicles (16 people carrier and 20 luxury sedan) with air- conditioning.



Over 700 parking spaces for a better accessibility to the Convention center:


Special room rates for AIVC 2018 participants have been negotiated with multiple nearby Hotels.

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AC Ambassadeur Marriott Hotel

196 rooms and 25 suits
Distance to the Convention Center: nearby

The 5 stars Hotel AC by Marriott Ambassador Antibes – Juan les Pins, is situated in the heart of Juan les Pins, near to the well-known Pinède Gould, sandy beaches and next to the Convention Center. Entirely renovated in 2011 and 2012, with its avant-gardism architecture and its verdant environment, this hotel is an unavoidable address of the Cote d’Azur.

There are 196 rooms and 25 suites with a contemporary style, all with terrace or balcony, a private beach, 2 pools and a fitness center.

This hotel has the following rooms:
Deluxe single room city view 179,00 €
Deluxe Double room city view 199,00 €

Helios Hotel

62 rooms including 12 with sea view and 3 suites.
Distance to the Convention Center: 300m.

The entire team at the HELIOS is delighted to welcome you to its 4-star hotel, located at the heart of Juan les  Pins, just 80 meters from the beach. Within a 3-minute walk, you will find a casino, a congress centre and the lively  streets of this holiday resort. The hotel is also an ideal base for exploring all the beauties of the French Riviera… 65 spacious and comfortable rooms and suites, most with a balcony - or with a terrace and sea view for deluxe rooms and suites. A meeting room, called GAROUPE, offering 85m² of space and natural daylight. A private, underground car park for 18 vehicles. Our 2 private beaches just 80 meters away, each with its restaurant: Hélios Plage and Le Colombier.

This hotel has the following rooms:
Double Classic or superior room subject to availability 155,00 €
Single Classic or superior room subject to availability 140,00 €

Le Grand Pavois Hotel

36 rooms and 24 junior suites.
Distance to the Convention Center: 300m.

A beautiful building decorated in a pure Art deco style made by the famous architect Georges Dikansky in the early 20s. The Best Western Le Grand Pavois hotel, on the Cap d'Antibes, overlooks the town's beaches and the Pinède Gould. All the rooms are colorful, spacious and well-equipped.

This hotel has the following rooms:
Double room standard 130,00 €
Single room standard 115,00 €

Le Pré Catelan Hotel

24 rooms.
Distance to the Convention Center: 250m.

Located in Juan-les-Pins, this 1920s Provençal house is just 200 meters from the beach and a 5-minute drive from Antibes Old Town. It has an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, and free drinks are offered upon arrival.

The air-conditioned rooms include free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and organic cotton mattress pads, towels and bed linen. Some rooms have a view of the pool or the garden, and some also feature a balcony. The studios also have a fully equipped kitchenette and a terrace or private garden.

Guests can enjoy Pré Catalan's garden and sun terrace, while having a continental or buffet breakfast or they can relax with a drink. Mineral water is provided in the guests rooms on the day of arrival. 

The Pre Catelan is 7 km from the Palais des Festivals and the Boulevard de la Croisette in Cannes. It is also 20 km from Nice Cote d’Azur Airport.

This hotel has the following rooms:
Double Classic 136,00 €
Double Superior 154,00 €
Single Superior 136,00 €


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Congress Secretariat

Mrs Georgia Kateriniou

For registration/accommodation details please contact the Sales Office of the Tourism and Convention Bureau, Mrs Sabrina PARRA

Nicolas Doré

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Jarek Kurnitski

Jarek Kurnitski is professor at Tallinn University of Technology and Aalto University, and a vice-president of REHVA, Federation of European Heating and Air-Conditioning Associations, a non-profit organization representing more than 100 000 HVAC-engineers and energy experts. He is the leader of Estonian Center of Excellence in Research ZEBE, Zero Energy and Resource Efficient Smart Buildings, and the leader of the Nearly Zero Energy Buildings NZEB research group which today operates at both universities. He is internationally known for the preparation of technical definitions for nearly zero energy buildings through many activities in REHVA Technology and Research Committee and contributions to European standards. Recently he chaired a task force preparing European residential ventilation guidebook. He has been deeply involved in the work to improve the energy efficiency of the built environment in Estonia and Finland with major contribution in the development of energy calculation frames for present energy performance regulations.

Emmanuel Acchiardi

Administrateur Civil

Emmanuel ACCHIARDI est Administrateur Civil, il a exercé plusieurs postes au sein des services déconcentrés du ministère de l'environnement, de l'énergie et de la mer dans les domaines de compétence de l'aménagement du territoire, du bâtiment, des déplacements ou de l'environnement. Il a été détaché à l’ADEME de 2011 à 2016 et a occupé le poste de Directeur adjoint à la direction villes et territoires durables. Depuis le 1er mars 2016, il est sous-directeur de la qualité du développement durable dans la construction à la Direction de l’Habitat, de l’Urbanisme et des Paysages (DHUP)

La sous-direction QC est chargée d’élaborer, animer et mettre en œuvre les politiques de la qualité de la construction et de la rénovation. La mobilisation des acteurs de la construction, le soutien à la relance et à l’innovation, sur l'ensemble de la chaîne de l’acte de construire, du produit à l'ouvrage font également partie de ses missions.

Emmanuel ACCHIARDI is the Civil Administrator, he has held several positions within the decentralized services of the Ministry of the Environment, Energy and the Sea in the areas of competence of regional planning, building, travel or the environment. He was seconded to ADEME from 2011 to 2016 and held the position of Deputy Director, Sustainable Cities and Territories. Since March 1, 2016, he is Deputy Director of Quality for Sustainable Development in Construction at the Directorate of Housing, Town Planning and Landscapes (DHUP)

The QC Branch is responsible for developing, facilitating and implementing quality construction and renovation policies. The mobilization of construction actors, support for recovery and innovation, throughout the chain of the act of building, from the product to the work are also part of its missions.

Donald Weekes

Donald Weekes is a Partner at InAIR Environmental, Ltd. an occupational and environmental health and safety consultancy based in Ottawa, ON, Canada. He has been providing environmental and occupational health and safety assistance for more than forty-two (42) years. Mr. Weekes is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP). He is currently the acting President of the Indoor Environmental Quality – Global Alliances. Mr. Weekes has served as a Vice President – Practice for the International Society of Indoor Air Quality (ISIAQ), as a President of the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA), and as a President of the Ottawa Valley Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). Mr. Weekes is also involved with the following professional organizations; American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist (ACGIH), Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC).

Yves Lambert

Yves Lambert, Public Affairs Manager at Renson

Yves Lambert is a member of the Steering Committee of EVIA (European Ventilation Industry Association), he is also the current chairman of the Active House Alliance and chairman of the Belgian national ventilation association Ventibel.
He also holds mandates in a number of other national organisations in the construction industry.

From this position, Yves has significant insight into the way governments work and how they interface with experts in industry and academia. During his 23 years at Renson, Yves acquired extensive technical experience in ventilation, first as product manager and later on as head of product management. As the Public Affairs Manager for Renson in Belgium, he passionately defends the importance of a good indoor climate in a legislative environment where energy efficiency is the focal point of attention.

Bjarne W. Olesen

Bjarne W. Olesen, Professor, Ph.D, Dr.H.C., R.
International Centre for Indoor Environment and Energy
Technical University of Denmark, Department of Civil Engineering
Nils Koppel Allé, DTU, Building 402, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby,
Tel: +45-45254117, e-mail:

Master's degree in civil engineering, 1972. Ph.D., Laboratory of heating and Air Conditioning, Technical University of Denmark, 1975. In the period 1972-1990 Research scientist at the Laboratory of Heating and Air Conditioning. Part time affiliated as product manager at Brüel & Kjaer 1978-1992. Senior Research Scientist, College of Architecture, Virginia Tech. in the period 1992-1993. Since 1993 until January 2004 Head of Research & Development at UPONOR-VELTA GmbH KG & Co., Norderstedt, Germany. Since January 2004 full professor in Indoor Environment & Energy at the Technical University of Denmark and director of the International Center for Indoor Environment and Energy, Technical University of Denmark. Awarded the Ralph Nevins Award (1982), Distinguish Service Award (1997), Fellow Award (2001) and Exceptional Service Award (2006) from ASHRAE. Honorary member of AICARR (Italy), SHASE (Japan) and VDI-TGA (Germany). Chivalric Order of Dannebrog, from the Danish Queen (2012). Doctor Honoris Causa, Slovak University of Technology
ASHRAE President 2017-18
Is active in several ASHRAE-CEN-ISO-DIN standard committees regarding indoor environment and energy performance of buildings and HVAC systems. Has published more than 370 papers including more than 80 in peer reviewed journals.

Philippe Moseley

Philippe Moseley MA(RCA) MSc RIBA works at the European Commission’s Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME). He is responsible for managing parts of the Horizon 2020 programme for research and innovation, in the area of energy efficiency in buildings. He is also responsible for the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) Concerted Action, a forum for the EU member States and Norway to exchange on effective implementation of the Directive through national policies and building codes. Prior to joining EASME, he worked for some 15 years as a professional architect and urbanist, designing and constructing energy efficient buildings and districts.

Official Dinner

September 19h , 2018

Boulevard Baudoin 06160 Juan-les-Pins
LES PIRATES Restaurant

Cost per person € 59

Welcome Reception

September 17th , 2018

Antibes Juan-Les-Pins Conference Centre at 18.00hrs

Cost per person: € 0