TU Dublin hosts 'Building Performance Symposium 22'

9 Mar, 2022

'Building Performance Symposium 22' celebrates serious upskilling by building design professionals and provides new research & insights.

TU Dublin is hosting Building Performance Symposium 22 on 11th May to celebrate five years of serious upskilling by building design professionals through the various parts of MSc in Building Performance (Energy Efficiency in Design). It is of direct relevance to (a) those considering upskilling in super-low energy building design skills and knowledge, (b) decision makers in architectural, engineering & surveying practices considering how their offices can upskill and (c) those who wish to hear about new research and learn about the transition from nearly zero energy building (NZEB) to zero carbon building design.

The event is sponsored with thanks to Ecological Building Systems and TU Dublin Hothouse. The event is free to attend but we encourage a donation of €10 for our selected charity, or €5 for students. Our selected charity is the The Irish Architects' Benevolent Society (IABS).

 

Event Details:

  • Date: 11th May 2022
  • Time: 14:00 – 17:30
  • Location: Hybrid Event - TU Dublin, Bolton Street (in person) and Online via Teams (link sent to registered attendees)
  • Ticket Price is Free but we encourage a donation of €10 for our selected charity, or €5 for students.
  • Registration: http://bit.ly/TUDublinDSA

 

Why Attend?

Attendees will:

  • Learn about the content, delivery & student cohort in each stage of the Masters (including CPDs and the Springboard+ funded PG Certificate BP(EED)).
  • Listen to an announcement about the reform of RIAI Environmental Accreditation.
  • Listen to graduates of Years 1 and 2 presenting their personal learning journey through the programme and its relevance to their practice.
  • Graduates of Year 3 will present papers that address key issues of the appropriate retrofit of commercial and residential building stock.
  • Hear Ciaran Cuffe (MEP and town planner), who was recently appointed European Parliament's rapporteur on the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), provide insights on the EU's next steps to decarbonise Europe's building stock by 2050.
  • contribute to a concluding roundtable discussion.
  • Be able to look at student postersphysically meet, see a selection of trade stands and come to wine reception afterwards.

 

See all events details via http://bit.ly/TUDublinDSA and join us next week for Building Performance Symposium 22!