The 4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings
Benediktbeuern, Germany, October 4 – 7th, 2021.
Information from the organisers:
Due to the spread of Covid 19 and the resulting worldwide restrictions we have decided to postpone the 4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings EEHB2020 in Benediktbeuern until next year. As the overall worldwide conditions will remain uncertain this year, we would like to make it possible for the conference to take place at a later date. Then again hopefully as a social event and an open forum for professional exchange.
The 2-day-workshop „Recording historic buildings using digital workflows” will now take place on 4 & 5th October 2021 and the Conference on 6 & 7th October 2021. The registration for workshops and conference will remain open.
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After three successful conferences organised by Casas Históricas y Singulares and Ars Civilis in Madrid (2014), the Belgian Building Research Institute in Brussels (2016) and the Swedish Energy Agency, Uppsala University and the Swedish National Heritage Board (2018) we are proud to announce the fourth International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings.
The conference is organised by the Fraunhofer Centre for Conservation and Energy Performance of Historic Buildings at Benediktbeuern Monastery near Munich, Germany.
The 4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings aims to support the multidisciplinary knowledge base by presenting new research and best practice on a wide range of topics relating to energy efficiency in historic buildings with a special focus on digitalization.
- The official call for abstracts will be out December 12th 2019.
- Abstract submissions will close February 28th 2020.
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For any inquiries please contact Caroline Gietz.
Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP
Phone +49 8024 643-613