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Energy in Buildings Northern Hellas 2017

Thessaloniki (Greece). For the fourth year, the Hellenic Chapter of the technology society “ASHRAE” invites actors from the energy and materials sector to the international conference “Energy in Buildings – Northern Hellas 2017” which will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece, on Saturday, May 6, 2017. The Bavarian Research Alliance will give a speech about “Energy-efficient Buildings (EeB) in Horizon 2020 & Smart Specialisation”.

The international conference will focus especially on energy materials in building construction and energy in transportation. Distinguished speakers from the US, UK, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Cyprus and Greece will present the newest technological findings. The organisers expect between 100 and 200 participants.

The Bavarian Research Alliance will deliver a speech on “Energy-efficient Buildings (EeB) in Horizon 2020 & Smart Specialisation”. It will provide insights and advice on how to participate successfully in the European funding programme Horizon 2020. Special attention will be given to common points in the smart specialisation strategies of Bavaria and Central Macedonia in the field of advanced materials.

Time: 6 May 2017

Venue: Auditorium, Technical Chamber of Greece / Section of Central Macedonia, 49, Gr. Alexander Avenue, 546 49 Thessaloniki, Greece

Further information on the event and registration can be found here.

Contact at BayFOR
Dr. rer. nat. Panteleïmon Panagiotou
Head of Unit Information & Communication Technologies |
Engineering & Natural Sciences
Phone: +49 (0)89 - 9901888 – 130

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