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Energy in smart buildings

01QUGIV

A.A. 2018/19

2018/19

Energy in smart buildings

PERIOD: MARCH - APRIL The course aims to present the concepts of smart buildings and smart cities with a focus on energy efficiency and environmental sustainability. It provides an overview of design principles, advanced products and technologies for building construction and technical energy systems, smart energy metering, building automation, energy management strategies, smart energy grids. The recent research trends and the standardization evolutions are described as well, including NZEB. The key actors involved in low- energy smart buildings are identified and the multidisciplinary nature of the topic (design, construction, HVAC and lighting technologies, comfort, energy, environmental sustainability, ICT, electronics) is highlighted.

Energy in smart buildings

PERIOD: MARCH - APRIL The course aims to present the concepts of smart buildings and smart cities with a focus on energy efficiency and environmental sustainability. It provides an overview of design principles, advanced products and technologies for building construction and technical energy systems, smart energy metering, building automation, energy management strategies, smart energy grids. The recent research trends and the standardization evolutions are described as well, including NZEB. The key actors involved in low- energy smart buildings are identified and the multidisciplinary nature of the topic (design, construction, HVAC and lighting technologies, comfort, energy, environmental sustainability, ICT, electronics) is highlighted.

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

1) Concepts of low-energy smart buildings and cities, historical evolution 2) Principles of low-energy smart buildings design 3) New technologies for low-energy smart buildings (advanced envelope and technical systems, smart energy metering, building automation) 4) Strategies for building energy monitoring and management, smart energy grids 5) Examples of low-energy smart buildings 6) Evolution of standardization and legislation 7) Research trends (overview of IEA and European projects) 8) Key actors involved in the design and management of low-energy smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

1) Concepts of low-energy smart buildings and cities, historical evolution 2) Principles of low-energy smart buildings design 3) New technologies for low-energy smart buildings (advanced envelope and technical systems, smart energy metering, building automation) 4) Strategies for building energy monitoring and management, smart energy grids 5) Examples of low-energy smart buildings 6) Evolution of standardization and legislation 7) Research trends (overview of IEA and European projects) 8) Key actors involved in the design and management of low-energy smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

Energy in smart buildings

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Energy in smart buildings



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