The Smart Living Lab at PLEA 2018 Conference, Hong Kong
The Building2050 Group and the Structural Xploration Lab present 3 publications first discussed at the PLEA Conference 2018 in Hong Kong.
- Neutral global warming potential target of electricity storage as threshold for greenhouse gas emission mitigation in buildings – Didier Vuarnoz, ENERGY Institute
- Findings from a survey on the current use of life-cycle assessment in building design – Thomas Jusselme, Building2050
- Embodied Carbon Benefits of Reusing Structural Components in the Built Environment: a Medium-rise Office Building Case Study – Catherine De Wolf, SXL
- Chinese stand up buffet
The smart living lunches take place once a month from 11 am to 1 pm in Fribourg to present the research activities of the Smart Living Lab. A lunch is served after the presentation. These events are designed for the Smart Living Lab’s community.
smart living lunch #1 Fribourg | 11:00-13:00
-modelling, simulations and algorithms
-efficient energy strategies and regulation
Catherine Elvire L. De Wolf
-design and construction processes