(21-23.10.2015), Dalian, China
The Cold Climate conference is a series conference initiated by the Scandinavian Federation of Heating, Ventilation and Sanitary Engineering Associations (SCANVAC) in 1994. This year’s conference was organized by Dalian University of Technology, Tsinghua University and Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT). The theme of this conference is sustainable buildings and the energy utilization in cold climate. There were altogether about 180 participants in the conference. They came from three continents (Europe, America and Asia): 12 countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, German, Russia, the Republic of Kazakhstan, USA, Canada, Korea, Japan and China). All participants represented 70 different universities and institutions around the world, thirty percent of the delegates were from overseas. The conference received 179 papers and 145 of them were finally accepted. In total 113 papers were presented by oral presentation and 18 by posters. In the conference, a REHVA workshop, which was purposed to disseminate the new REHVA Guidebook - mixing ventilation, was organized by Risto Kosonen.
Photo 1 shows that the SCANVAC President, Per Rasmussen, gave a speech in the opening ceremony on 21.10.2015 and Photo 2 shows that he was in the Workshop of Indoor climate design for nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) in cold climate.
Photo 1. The SCANVAC President, Per Rasmussen, gave a speech in the opening ceremony on 21.10.2015
Photo 2. Risto Kosonen was presenting the presentation about Nearly Zero Energy Building in the Workshop of Indoor climate design for nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) in cold climate