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Filip Jorissen from KU Leuven shall be presenting his PhD defense entitled: Toolchain for Optimal Control and Design of Energy Systems in Buildings on Friday April 20th 2018 at 17:00 CEST in the ‘promotiezaal’, at Naamsestraat 22, 3000 Leuven (details). The defense will be followed by a reception in the ‘jubileumzaal’. A brief summary of the research can be found here.


 Please confirm your attendance as soon as possible and before April 10th through this link.  

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To celebrate its 80th anniversary ATIC will host the REHVA meeting days in Brussels on 21-23 April. As ATIC has a tradition on supporting students and researchers in the field of HVAC, ATIC has taken the opportunity to host an international conference on the latest evolutions in the field of HVAC. Two workshop sessions on Monday 23 April are devoted to hybridGEOTABS and related topics, with 6 papers from our project partners, on design, thermal comfort and human aspects, control, and energy performance of hybridGEOTABS being presented. hybridGEOTABS Workshop 1 - Design of HVAC/ Indoor Climate (Geotabs I), and hybridGEOTABS Workshop 2 - Design and Commissioning (Geotabs II) Please see the full programme here You can also grab early bird tickets before 1st April!  

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We would be delighted if you could join us at our hybridGEOTABS Symposium Theme: GEOTHERMAL ENERGY, hosted by GEOTER on Weds 18th April 2018, 0830h - 1600h CEST at: CIEMAT Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas Avenida Complutense, 40 28040 (Madrid) Please register here for your FREE ticket, and see the upto date Agenda.

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Our new animation is now live...have a look at the explanatory video about hybridGEOTABS, along with links to follow the development of the project. https://youtu.be/sEboWPqFlFU

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Over the last few months, GEOTER has been working on selecting the most suitable way to monitor underground temperature and the communication and connection systems as part of WP4: Concept and Impact Validation. It will enable us to know, with time, the evolution of the geothermal resources, according to the demand of the buildings. In this context, GEOTER have developed the Enhanced Geothermal Response Test (EGRT) based on usage of a new equipment setup for the realisation of an on-site thermal conductivity test and continuous monitoring of the geothermal probes. It will provide us with geothermal field sizing optimisation and provide us the necessary data oriented to the MPC controller to decide the thermal management of the buildings.

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Ongun and Nico complete their road trip installing sensors at Ter Potterie, Bruges...

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