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Read about project objectives, progress and plans in our September 2017 newsletter

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We are organising the Advanced Thermal Energy Solutions for High Performance Buildings Symposium on October 4th 2017 (0830-1400 CEST), hosted by Boydens at Solarwind, Windhof, Luxembourg.  This should be an exciting event with breakout sessions and opportunities to discuss concepts with EU researchers and innovators.  Focusing on Model Predictive Control and Innovative System Integration of GEOTABS in hybrid Low Grade Thermal Energy Systems. We have many partners presenting their progress, with pitch sessions for specialist topics. Location: SOLARWIND  11-13 Rue de l’Industrie 8399 Windhof (Luxembourg) Please Register here before September 20th The event is free of charge. However cancellations after September 29th, or without notice will be charged 50 €

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Qian Wang and Suleyman Dag from Uponor have also developed a conference paper based on WP6. Deliverable 6.1. This paper will be presented in CCHVAC 2018 http://www.cchvac2018.se/ The conference paper is now under review, and a final version will be published in spring as a special issue after the conference.  Abstract of Paper

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Damien Picard,  Ján Drgona, Michal Kvasnica and Lieve Helsen from KU Leuven have a paper accepted on Testing the use of JModelica for MPC (which allows non-linear MPC) in the Energy and Buildings Journal, 152 (2017), p739-751 (Elsevier) 1 October 2017: "Impact of the controller model complexity on model predictive control performance for buildings" Energy and Buildings Journal  

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Building Simulation Conference 2021 At the Building Simulation Conference in San Francisco (BS2017), the next two conferences were announced: BS2019 in Rome BS2021 in Bruges The BS2021 Organising Committee consists of four partners, among them 3 hybridGEOTABS partners: KU Leuven, UGent, Boydens Engineering. This Committee is teaming up with practice and research on a warm path towards 2021.

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We’re delighted to welcome you to the new project website for GEOTABShybrid. It’s been a few months in the making, and I hope you will agree it’s been worth it. As well as sharing our research project developments and introduce ourselves, a major aim of the site is to inform lay audiences about the benefits of hybrid MPC GEOTABS technologies, show how this is being used across Europe and demonstrate energy savings real time as we implement MPC to existing systems in due course.

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