Technology and Research Committee

Working Environment

The objective of the TRC is to develop and disseminate technical information for the benefit of REHVA members and supporters, to enhance the development of standards, to promote research in the related fields at European level, and to increase the visibility of REHVA in Europe through EU projects and through EU public affairs and political advocacy. TRC cooperates in technical issues with REHVA members and supporters, as well as European and international organizations with similar objectives as REHVA. Such organisations are CEN, EUROVENT, EVIA, ISIAQ and others.

The TRC oversees on all technology related activities: guidebooks, policy papers and technical events.

Discover our Active Task forces list and REHVA Task Force Guidelines and Template HERE.


The Technology and Research Committee (TRC) has one chair and three co-chairs, who serve up for a period of 2 years. They are voted by the TRC core members and proposed to the REHVA Board who has the right to appoint standing committee chairs. Read their roles and responsibilities within the TRC.



TRC has core members with voting right and corresponding members without voting rights. TRC core members who haven’t attended a meeting for a year will be automatically moved to the list of the corresponding members. 

Core Members

Jarek Kurnitski Estonia
Ilinca Nastase Romania
Alireza Afshari Denmark
Tomasz Cholewa Poland
Guangyu Cao Norway
Adélio Gaspar Portugal
Anatolijs Borodinecs Latvia
Andris  Krumins  Latvia
Edith Barna Hungary
Murat  Cakan Turkey
Hywel Davies United Kingdom
Ioan Silviu Dobosi Romania
Christian Feldmann France
Jaap Hogeling  Netherlands
Karel Kabele Czech Republic
Ongun Berk Kazancı Denmark
Michal  Krajčík  Slovakia
Milos Lain Czech Republic
Wei  Liu Sweden
Catalin Lungu Romania
Zoltan Magyar Hungary
Risto Kosonen Finland
Livio  Mazzarella Italy
Pedro Ginés Vicente Quiles Spain
Francisco Javier   Rey Martínez Spain
Manuel  Ruiz de Adana  Spain
Olli Seppänen  Finland
Martin  Thalfeldt Estonia
Branislav Todorovic Serbia
Ludmila  Virlan  Moldavia

Corresponding Members

Fran   Aguilar Spain
Francis Allard France
Balázs  András-Tövissi  Hungary
Mariya Bivolarova Denmark
Bratislav Blagojevic Serbia
Anna Bogdan Poland
Jose Manuel Cejudo Spain
Niklas Lavesson Sweden
Cristiana Croitoru Romania
Francesca d'Ambrosio Italy
Egils Dzelzitis Latvia
Thor Jostein  Egeland Norway
Manuel Gameiro da Silva Portugal
Nese Ganic Turkey
Serafin Grana Portugal 
Emil  Iakabos Romania
Jussi Kummu Finland
Jean Lebrun Belgium
Ivo Martinac Sweden
Jorge   Molina Spain
Philippe Petit France
Dusan Petras Slovakia
Vahur   Põder Estonia
András  Rónai Hungary
Christian Schauer Germany
Isabel Sarmento Portugal
Mariusz  Skwarczyński  Poland
Victor Manuel Soto Francés Spain
Gratiela Tarlea Romania
Marija Todorovic Serbia
Juan Travesí Spain
Zuzana   Veverkova Czechia
Mika Vuolle  Finland
Tobias Zimmer Germany
Gabrielle Masy Belgium
Jorma Railio Finland
Marius Balan Romania
Quan Jin


Andrea Martinac  
Andrei Burlacu Romania
Aya el Azhari


Igor Sikonczyk  
Razvan Calota Romania






The TRC has two face-to-face meetings per year: one in spring during the REHVA Annual Meeting and one in fall linked to the REHVA Brussels Summit. 

Additionally, TRC has at least two web meetings for the whole committee so that the meeting interval is not longer than three months. Both core and corresponding members are invited to these meetings, and core members must attend at least one meeting per year to keep their position in the TRC.

Agendas and minutes of each TRC meeting are stored in the Experts area of the REHVA website dedicated to the TRC and are sent to all the TRC members and meeting participants by the TRC secretariat. 

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