REGISTRATION & FEES

* NEW! Early registration by March 15th, 2019
** REHVA Members will benefit from 10% discount for selected packages. (a random check of the participants membership could be done by CLIMA 2019 organizers)
Please appropriately select your NATIONAL ASSOCIATION NAME in your CLIMA 2019 website account (Participant Information/REHVA member)

*** ALL PRICES VAT EXCLUDED.
(19% VAT shall be paid by all participants to CLIMA 2019 congress, with no exception!)

AFTER PAYING THE INVOICE YOUR ACCOUNT DATA WILL BE USED TO GENERATE A PERSONALISED QR CODE WHICH WILL BE SENT TO YOU BY EMAIL, FEW DAYS BEFORE CLIMA 2019 STARTING DATE. KINDLY PLEASE PRINT YOURSELF THIS QR CODE OR STORE IT IN YOUR MOBILE DEVICE IN ORDER TO GET ACCESS TO THE CONGRESS ACTIVITIES. THE CONGRESS SECRETARIAT WILL BE AT YOUR DISPOSAL AT THE RECEPTION DESK DURING THE CONGRESS TO HELP YOU GET YOUR CONGRESS ACCESS BADGE PRINTED.

CLIMA 2019 PACKAGES** (EUR)
Early
registration*
On site
Fee
Standard
Fee
 
Early
Registration*
1196 EUR
On site
Fee
1715 EUR
Standard
Fee
1345 EUR
 

This package offers:

  • 3 days congress registration fee for a regular participant (non-student) including the access to all congress sessions, all workshops, exhibition and poster sessions
  • publication of 2 accepted full-papers in E3S proceedings or Scientific Journals indexed WEB of SCIENCE or SCOPUS
  • Coffee&tea breaks (all five days) + Lunch breaks (all five days)
  • Participant Kit (congress bag, promotional documents and ware, private badge etc.)
  • WELCOME RECEPTION (26th May) & AIIR PRESIDENT DINNER (27th May) & GALA DINNER (28th May)
  • accommodation for 5 nights (24th until 29th May 2019) JW MARRIOTT BUCHAREST GRAND HOTEL
  • free tickets for a technical visit at choice if 3 or more packages are bought by the same company/institution.
Early
Registration*
956 EUR
On site
Fee
1335 EUR
Standard
Fee
1075 EUR
 

This package offers:

  • 3 days registration fee for a regular participant (non-student) including the access to all congress sessions, all workshops, exhibition and poster sessions
  • publication of 2 accepted full-papers in E3S proceedings or Scientific Journals indexed WEB of SCIENCE or SCOPUS
  • Coffee&tea breaks (all three days) + Lunch breaks (all 3 days)
  • Participant Kit (congress bag, promotional documents and ware, private badge etc.)
  • WELCOME RECEPTION (26th May) & AIIR PRESIDENT DINNER (27th May) & GALA DINNER (28th May)
  • accommodation for 3 nights (26th until 29th May 2018) JW MARRIOTT BUCHAREST GRAND HOTEL
  • free tickets for a technical visit at choice if 3 or more packages are bought by the same company/institution.

 

Early
Registration*
396 EUR
On site
Fee
490 EUR
Standard
Fee
440 EUR
 

The 3 days registration fee for a regular participant (non-student) offers the access to all congress sessions, all workshops, exhibition and poster sessions, coffee&tea breaks (all 3days) + lunch breaks (all 3 days) +  participant kit. This package is MANDATORY for at least one of the authors of your accepted article which will be published in the E3S proceedings or Scientific Journals indexed WEB of SCIENCE or SCOPUS.

Early
Registration*
144 EUR
On site
Fee
200 EUR
Standard
Fee
160 EUR
 

The 1...3 days registration fee for a STUDENT (UNDER 26 YEARS OLD) includes the access to all congress sessions, all workshops, exhibition and poster sessions, coffee&tea breaks (all 3 days) + lunch breaks (all 3 days). This package is NOT ALLOWED for the publication of the CLIMA 2019 accepted full-papers in E3S Proceedings or in Scientific Journals indexed WEB OF SCIENCE or SCOPUS.

Early
Registration*
144 EUR
On site
Fee
200 EUR
Standard
Fee
160 EUR
 

The 1...3 days registration fee for an ACCOMPANYING PERSON includes the access to the exhibition and poster sessions + Coffee/tea breaks (all three days) + Lunch breaks (all three days). This package is NOT ALLOWED for the publication of the CLIMA 2019 accepted full-papers in E3S Proceedings or in Scientific Journals indexed WEB OF SCIENCE or SCOPUS.

Early
Registration*
299 EUR
On site
Fee
369 EUR
Standard
Fee
332 EUR
 

The 2 days registration fee for a regular participant (non-student) covers for the selected days the access to the congress sessions, workshops, exhibition and poster sessions + Coffee/tea breaks (selected days) + Lunch breaks (selected days) +  Participant Kit (selected days). This package is NOT ALLOWED for the publication of the CLIMA 2019 accepted full-papers in E3S Proceedings or in Scientific Journals indexed WEB OF SCIENCE or SCOPUS.

Early
Registration*
299 EUR
On site
Fee
369 EUR
Standard
Fee
332 EUR
 

The 2 days registration fee for a regular participant covers for the selected days the access to the congress sessions, workshops, exhibition and poster sessions + Coffee/tea breaks (selected days) + Lunch breaks (selected days) +  Participant Kit (selected days). This package is NOT ALLOWED for the publication of the CLIMA 2019 accepted full-papers in E3S Proceedings or in Scientific Journals indexed WEB OF SCIENCE or SCOPUS.

Early
Registration*
299 EUR
On site
Fee
369 EUR
Standard
Fee
332 EUR
 

The 2 days registration fee for a regular participant (non-student) covers for the selected days the access to the congress sessions, workshops, exhibition and poster sessions + Coffee/tea breaks (selected days) + Lunch breaks (selected days) +  Participant Kit (selected days). This package is NOT ALLOWED for the publication of the CLIMA 2019 accepted full-papers in E3S Proceedings or in Scientific Journals indexed WEB OF SCIENCE or SCOPUS.

Early
Registration*
176 EUR
On site
Fee
230 EUR
Standard
Fee
195 EUR
 

The 1 day registration fee for a regular (non student) participant covers for the selected day the access to the congress sessions, workshops, exhibition and poster sessions + Coffee/tea breaks (for the selected day) + Lunch breaks (for the selected day) +  Participant Kit (for the selected day). This package is NOT ALLOWED for the publication of the CLIMA 2019 accepted full-papers in E3S Proceedings or in Scientific Journals indexed WEB OF SCIENCE or SCOPUS.

Early
Registration*
176 EUR
On site
Fee
230 EUR
Standard
Fee
195 EUR
 

The 1 day registration fee for a regular (non student) participant covers for the selected day the access to the congress sessions, workshops, exhibition and poster sessions + Coffee/tea breaks (for the selected day) + Lunch breaks (for the selected day) +  Participant Kit (for the selected day). This package is NOT ALLOWED for the publication of the CLIMA 2019 accepted full-papers in E3S Proceedings or in Scientific Journals indexed WEB OF SCIENCE or SCOPUS.

Early
Registration*
176 EUR
On site
Fee
230 EUR
Standard
Fee
195 EUR
 

The 1 day registration fee for a regular (non student) participant covers for the selected day the access to the congress sessions, workshops, exhibition and poster sessions + Coffee/tea breaks (for the selected day) + Lunch breaks (for the selected day) +  Participant Kit (for the selected day). This package is NOT ALLOWED for the publication of the CLIMA 2019 accepted full-papers in E3S Proceedings or in Scientific Journals indexed WEB OF SCIENCE or SCOPUS.

Early
Registration*
90 EUR
On site
Fee
90 EUR
Standard
Fee
90 EUR
 

The Regular Registration Fee entitles a participant to attend CLIMA 2019 Congress with 2 papers (the same presenting author or first author), any additional accepted and presented paper (presented by the same author) will be charged separately. This fee is ment for the first 2 authors in your article authors list, exceeding by ONE the maximum of 2 papers which are included in the non-student (regular) registration fee.

Early
Registration*
169 EUR
On site
Fee
169 EUR
Standard
Fee
169 EUR
 

The Regular Registration Fee entitles a participant to attend CLIMA 2019 Congress with 2 papers (the same presenting author or first author), any additional accepted and presented paper (presented by the same author) will be charged separately. This fee is ment for the first 2 authors in your article authors list, exceeding by TWO the maximum of 2 papers which are included in the non-student (regular) registration fee.

Early
Registration*
70 EUR
On site
Fee
TBC EUR
Standard
Fee
75 EUR
 

Price for non-students 70 Eur

Price for students 35 Eur (based on a proof of a student card)

Please check HERE for registration.

 

NZEB design: approach, principles and best practices

Teachers

1. Stefano Paolo CORGNATI, Full Professor, Politecnico di Torino,

Stefano Paolo Corgnati, graduated with honors in Mechanical Engineering and Ph.D in Energetics, is Full Professor at the Energy Department and Vice Rector for Research at the Politecnico di Torino. He teaches building physics, building energy systems and sustainable building design at the Faculty of Architecture. He works in the TEBE Research Group focusing on energy and buildings and indoor environmental control. He is the author of more than 250 scientific, technical and didactic publications, mainly concerning: radiant panels technologies, objective and subjective assessment of indoor environmental comfort, building energy certification, influence of occupant behaviour on building energy consumption and cost-optimal design of zero energy buildings. For the quality of his research activity, he won in 2009 the Rehva “Young Scientist Award”. Moreover, in 2011 he was nominated “Rehva Fellow”. He is involved in a number of National, European and International Research Projects on building energy consumptions. He is also chair of the REHVA Task Force on “NZEB design strategies for Mediterranean region”.

2. Cătălin LUNGU, Associate Professor, Universitatea Tehnică de Constructii Bucuresti

Cătălin LUNGU is associate Professor at the Technical University for Civil Engineering (UTCB) since 1996, where he teaches heating systems and computational methods for energy performance of buildings. He graduated PhD in Civil Engineering (2004) at UTCB with specialised training at the University Paris XII Val de Marne, France; he is invited professor at the Technical Military Academy in Bucharest and at the Ecole Nationale Superieure de l’Energie, l’Eau et l’Environment ENSE 3 in Grenoble, France. Since 2016 he is vice-dean of the Building Services Engineering Faculty and since 2012 Senate member of UTCB. He is also vicepresident of AIIR-The Romanian Association for Building Services Engineers since 2012, since May 2017 vice-president of REHVA (and REHVA fellow since 2016), and chair of the organising committee of the HVAC world congress CLIMA 2019 (2016-2019). His main research areas are the Dynamic Modelling of HVAC systems and buildings, nZEB Buildings (BREEAM Assessor and energy auditor); he was director of 2 research projects and member in other 4; member in 4 technical committees of ASRO (Romanian Standardisation Agency). Publications-5 books (co-author), more than 40 articles.

3. Cristina BECCHIO, Assistant Professor, Politecnico di Torino

Cristina Becchio, graduated with honors in Architecture and Ph.D. in Technological Innovation for Built Environment, is currently Assistant Professor at the Energy Department of the Politecnico di Torino. She teaches Building Physics in the courses of Architecture of PoliTO. She works in the TEBE Research Group focusing on energy and buildings. In particular, her activity deals with energy performance assessment of buildings using dynamic simulation software, financial valuations with the application of cost-optimal methodology, economic estimations using methods as cost-benefit and multicriteria analysis, and evaluations of indoor environmental quality and its effects on users’ health, well-being, comfort, productivity and satisfaction. She is also the operative coordinator of the REHVA Task Force on “NZEB design strategies for Mediterranean region”.

 

Introduction to the training


A clear design approach to follow, starting from the very first conceptual phase, is fundamental to get the target of developing a zero energy building up to a positive energy building. Nowadays, the problem is not to find suitable technologies but to apply innovative technologies in a systemic way, considering at the same time their energy, environmental and economic effect. The selection of the proper mix of energy technologies is the crucial issue in the design phase, and the cost optimal approach can be a powerful tool to compare solutions and select the best one. Indeed, in NZEB designing it is fundamental taking into account both the energy and the financial perspective right from the preliminary phases of the project. Success in realizing NZEBs lies in finding the right balance between energy performances, architectural quality and costs, which include investment, maintenance and running costs, incurred by the project owner during a defined period.Introduction to the training

In this course, the design principles for an NZEB are not only introduced and discussed, but also their application is examined by analysing successful case studies.

 

Target audience of the training

The target group of the training are professionals interested in getting the full vision about the design methodologies considering practical implication too. The course in also addressed to Master and PhD students that want to deepen their knowledge about the design approach for NZEB.

 

After this training you will:

  • clarify the design approach for a NZEB
  • illustrate the difference in NZEB principles moving from cold to hot climate
  • analyse the suitable technologies according to the different energy targets
  • use cost-optimality as a tool to compare solutions

 

Contents

  • Designing and building a NZEB represents, since the first concept, a challenge between strictly costs controlling and reaching high energy efficiency targets, taking into account also architectural quality and elevated level of indoor comfort.
  • The challenge of planning and building high performing buildings is of increasing interest in South Europe and in Mediterranean countries. The specifics of Mediterranean climate, in which winter heating loads and summer cooling loads have to be balanced, require a detailed re-visitation of the approaches aimed at reducing energy consumptions of buildings.
  • The designers face with a multitude of opportunities, which have to be taken up by mixing traditional constructive measures and approaches and new technologies available on the market. An increasing awareness of the need of specifics in designing zero-energy buildings and the ability in reinterpreting the existing design experiences have to be consolidated; different climatic conditions require ad hoc design, specific for each building.
  • Cost-optimal analysis bands together energy and financial performances of different design configurations and identifies the so-called cost-optimal level that represents the energy performance solution which leads to the lowest cost during the economic building lifecycle. Specifically, the methodology represents a decision-making tool to guide design team and owners’ choices. Nowadays, maybe the simple cost-approach is not sufficient but it is necessary to take into account also benefits and co-benefits in order to evaluate in a complete way different NZEB solutions.
  • Case studies analysis.
Early
Registration*
70 EUR
On site
Fee
TBC EUR
Standard
Fee
75 EUR
 

Price for non-students 70 Eur

Price for students 35 Eur (based on a proof of a student card)

Please check HERE for registration.

 

Course description

hybridGEOTABS refers to the integration of geothermal heat pumps in combination with Thermally Activated Building Systems (GEOTABS) with secondary heating and cooling systems. Optimum energy management in these hybrid installations requires a model predictive control (MPC) which decides between different production sources and distribution systems. This course deals with some specific components of hybridGEOTABS (hG) installations, presenting them in the context of the necessary holistic design: 

  • optimized design of borehole fields
  • optimized design of geothermal heat pumps, in relation with hG primary and secondary systems,
  • optimized design of TABS 
  • system management with model predictive control algorithms 
 

Learning objectives

  • Learn the key aspects of borehole design and how to integrate them in a complex HVAC system managed by control algorithms
  • Learn the various design options available for heat-pump and how to choose them based on the system requirements
  • Learn the key aspects of TABS design and how it relates with complementary distribution systems.
  • Get an overview on MPC and its potential in hybridGEOTABS buildings
 

Teachers

  • Hector Cano, Geoter
  • Jan Hoogmartens, Viessmann
  • Qian Wang, Uponor/KTH
  • Lieve Helsen, KULeuven

Duration

3 hours

Early
Registration*
TBC EUR
On site
Fee
TBC EUR
Standard
Fee
TBC EUR

Course Fees:

$99 USD (ASHRAE Member: $59 USD, Student Member: $39 USD)

Registration Link:

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Presented by: Dr. Eng. Eckhard A. Groll, Purdue University, USA

Reilly Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Graduate Education

College of Engineering

Purdue University

Ray W. Herrick Laboratories

West Lafayette, Indiana 47907-2099, USA

 

Abstract

In recent decades, the refrigeration and air conditioning sciences have been in a state of flux primarily because of the phase-out of ozone-depleting CFC and HCFC refrigerants, and secondarily because of environmental concerns related to the direct global warming impacts of some of the replacement refrigerants. Due to these concerns, there is significant worldwide interest in using substances that are naturally occurring in the biosphere as refrigerants, which are considered benign to the environment and are termed “natural working fluids”. Surprisingly, many of these substances were already used as refrigerants at the dawn of the refrigeration technology in the late 1800’s. Thus, when looking at the refrigerants of the future, it is essential to understand which substances have been used in past. This presentation provides a detailed review of the past and present refrigerants, and proposes refrigerants and their respective technologies that could be used in the future. An assessment of their characteristics related to choice of one versus another, and an identification of trends set by these choices will be made.

 

Biography

Dr. Eckhard A. Groll is the Reilly Professor of Mechanical Engineering and also serves as the Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Graduate Education in the College of Engineering at Purdue University.  He joined Purdue University as an Assistant Professor in 1994 and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2000, to Full Professor in 2005, and to the Reilly Professorship in 2013.  He received his Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from the University of the Ruhr in Bochum, Germany, in 1989 and a Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Hannover, Germany, in 1994.  

Professor Groll teaches Thermodynamics and his research focuses on the fundamental thermal sciences as applied to advanced energy conversion systems, components, and their working fluids.  Since joining Purdue, he has been the principal investigator (PI) or Co-PI on more than 120 research grants and more than 40 educational grants with a total budget of approximately $13.6 million from various agencies, including ARPA-E, the California Energy Commission (CEC), the Department of Energy (DOE), the National Science Foundation (NSF), the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force, and more than 30 different industrial sponsors.  He has advised more than a 100 graduate students and more than 150 undergraduate project students, visiting scholars, and visiting research associates.  He has authored or co-authored more than 370 archival journal articles and conference papers.  He has been the co-author of 3 book chapters and the editor or co-editor of 7 conference proceedings.   He holds 4 patents.  He has a given 88 invited lectures and seminars, and 13 conference keynote lectures.  He serves as the Regional Editor for the Americas for the International Journal of Refrigeration and he has organized and chaired 11 international conferences on topics of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Compressors, and Natural Working Fluids.

Dr. Groll has been recognized for his academic leadership in higher education.  He is a 2010-2011 Fellow of the American Council on Education (ACE) and 2009-2010 Fellow of the Academic Leadership Program of the Committee on Institutional Collaboration (CIC-ALP).  He has received numerous awards for his research and teaching excellence including most recently by receiving the 2018 J&E Hall International Gold Medal in Refrigeration by the Institute of Refrigeration and the 2017 Peter Ritter von Rittinger International Heat Pump Award by the IEA Heat Pump Centre.  In addition, he was inducted into Purdue’s Book of Great Teachers in 2008.

ADAPTATION & MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS WITH THE SCOPE OF PUBLIC SPACE VALUE IMPROVEMENT

 

Course description

Global climate change impacts Europe in many ways, including: changes in average and extreme temperature and precipitation, warmer oceans, rising sea level and shrinking snow and ice cover on land and at sea. These have led to a range of impacts on ecosystems, socio-economic sectors and human health. The last decade was the warmest since global temperature records became available. Human influence — primarily emissions of greenhouse gases, but also changes in land use — has been the dominant cause of the observed warming since the mid-20th century. In September 2015, United Nations Member States adopted a comprehensive global development agendaTransforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, more commonly known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS). At the same time, the technological revolution that we are currently experiencing has affected every aspect of our everyday life. Rapid technological advances of our  society changes with the same rapid rate that is  introduce. The projects of complex architectural programs are today the subject of many curricula of architectural schools and treat alternative or experimental approaches that integrate both public (semipublic) and private spaces.

 

Learning objectives

  • Knowing the new sustainable connectivity phenomenon in response to the effects of climate change;
  • In-depth investigation and analysis of the previous, current and future dynamics of the area which will host various experiments, and which will precede any project (case studies);
  • principles to create, through design, safe and qalitative public places;
  • principles of integrated designDesign of a building which considers architecture, structural engineering, thermoinsulation, passive / active solar building design and HVAC.

 

Target groups: Early stage researcers, PHD students, Practitioners, Trainers

 

Authors:

  • PhD. arch. Cristina Victoria Ochinciuc, Professor, University of Architecture and Urbanism „Ion Mincu”-Doctoral School of Architecture
  • PhD. eng. Iolanda Colda, Professor,  echnical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest
  • PhD Eng. Mihaela Georgescu, Associate Professor, University of Architecture and Urbanism „Ion Mincu”
  • PhD student Stefania Trifan Teodorescu, University of Architecture and Urbanism „Ion Mincu”-Doctoral School of Architecture

 

Estimated time-length: 3 hrs

 

The fee covers the technical documents provided by the lecturers/organisers, light catering etc., but not access to the congress sessions, workshops, coffee or lunch breaks, or participant kit.

Early
Registration*
195 EUR
On site
Fee
195 EUR
Standard
Fee
195 EUR
 

HARD COPY WITH ALL FULL-ARTICLES ACCEPTED FOR STANDARD PRESENTATION AND POSTER PRESENTATION.

 

Early
Registration*
35 EUR
On site
Fee
35 EUR
Standard
Fee
35 EUR
 

E-COPY WITH ALL FULL-ARTICLES ACCEPTED FOR STANDARD PRESENTATION AND POSTER PRESENTATION.

Early
Registration*
65 EUR
On site
Fee
90 EUR
Standard
Fee
75 EUR
 

If you have food restrictions, kindly please select the appropriate choice during the payment process, recording this information in your private CLIMA 2019 account, at https://www.clima2019.org/user/?login.

LOCATION: National Library of Romania, https://goo.gl/maps/CvcwawKagGz 

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TIME: 6.30-9 PM, May 26, 2019 (Sunday)

DRESS CODE: Cocktail Attire

PROGRAM: concert and standing cocktail

Early
Registration*
65 EUR
On site
Fee
90 EUR
Standard
Fee
75 EUR
 

If you have food restrictions, kindly please select the appropriate choice during the payment process, recording this information in your private CLIMA 2019 account, at https://www.clima2019.org/user/?login.

LOCATION: Faculty for Building Services Engineering, https://goo.gl/maps/7bBKLWFxqjD2

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TIME: 7-11 PM, May 27, 2019 (Monday)

DRESS CODE: Casual Attire

PROGRAM: Romanian traditional evening, including surprises.

RATE: transportation included from National Library and JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel.

Students are also very welcomed to attend.

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Early
Registration*
70 EUR
On site
Fee
95 EUR
Standard
Fee
80 EUR
 

If you have food restrictions, kindly please select the appropriate choice during the payment process, recording this information in your private CLIMA 2019 account, at https://www.clima2019.org/user/?login.

LOCATION: Diplomatic Club, https://goo.gl/maps/7bBKLWFxqjD2

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TIME: 7-11 PM, May 28, 2019 (Thursday)

DRESS CODE: Black Tie

PROGRAM: special dinner, concert, lot of surprises.

RATE: transportation included from National Library and JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel.

Early
Registration*
185 EUR
On site
Fee
250 EUR
Standard
Fee
210 EUR
 

This package offers you:

  • WELCOME RECEPTION AND CONCERT
  • AIIR PRESIDENT DINNER
  • GALA DINNER
Early
Registration*
20 EUR
On site
Fee
40 EUR
Standard
Fee
30 EUR
 

Extreme Light Infrastructure - Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP)

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ELI-NP is going to be the most advanced research facility in the world focusing on the study of photonuclear physics and its applications, comprising a very high intensity laser of two 10PW ultra-short pulse lasers and the most brilliant tunable gamma-ray beam. This unique experimental combination will enable ELI-NP to tackle a wide range of research topics in fundamental physics, nuclear physics and astrophysics, and also applied research in materials science, management of nuclear materials and life sciences. ELI-NP has been selected by the most important science committees in Nuclear Physics in Europe - NuPECC - in the Nuclear Physics Long Range Plan in Europe as a major facility.

Early
Registration*
20 EUR
On site
Fee
40 EUR
Standard
Fee
30 EUR
 

The National Olympic Swimming Center (NOSC)

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The NOSC has 6 pools, 3500 places capacity, approx. 30 mil Euro investment.

Early
Registration*
45 EUR
On site
Fee
65 EUR
Standard
Fee
55 EUR
 

The tour includes sightseeing of the major turistic objectives in Bucharest (the Parliament Palace included), transportation, English speaking guide. Group of minimum 15 people.

Early
Registration*
65 EUR
On site
Fee
85 EUR
Standard
Fee
75 EUR
 

The tour includes a cooking class in a private kitchen & lunch, English speaking trainer. Group of minimum 15 people

Early
Registration*
65 EUR
On site
Fee
90 EUR
Standard
Fee
75 EUR
 

The tour includes transportation, picnic & entrance to Snagov Monastery included (other activities will be included like canoe & horse ride). Group of minimum 15 people.

Early
Registration*
90 EUR
On site
Fee
115 EUR
Standard
Fee
100 EUR
 

The tour includes transportation, English speaking guide, lunch, entrance to Sinaia Monastery, Peles Castle and Bran Castle. Group of minimum 15 people.

Early
Registration*
40 EUR
On site
Fee
60 EUR
Standard
Fee
50 EUR
 

The tour includes sightseeing of major turistic objectives in Bucharest (entrance to Village Museum – included), transportation, English speaking guide. Group of minimum 15 people.

Early
Registration*
35 EUR
On site
Fee
55 EUR
Standard
Fee
45 EUR
 

The tour includes transportation & entrance to Therme (www.therme.ro) included. Group of minimum 15 people.

Early
Registration*
350 EUR
On site
Fee
410 EUR
Standard
Fee
380 EUR
 

The tour includes transportation, 2 nights accommodation, all meals, English speaking guide, entrance to Sucevita, Moldovita & Voronet painted monasteries. Group of minimum 10 people.

Early
Registration*
350 EUR
On site
Fee
410 EUR
Standard
Fee
380 EUR
 

The tour includes transportation, 2 nights accommodation on a floating hotel in double room, all meals, English speaking guide, several boat trips. Group of minimum 10 people.

Early
Registration*
2868 EUR
On site
Fee
4005 EUR
Standard
Fee
3225 EUR
 

This package offers FOR 3 PEOPLE:

  • 3 days registration fee for a regular participant (non-student) including the access to all congress sessions, all workshops, exhibition and poster sessions
  • publication of 2 accepted full-papers in E3S proceedings or Scientific Journals indexed WEB of SCIENCE or SCOPUS
  • Coffee&tea breaks (all three days) + Lunch breaks (all 3 days)
  • Participant Kit (congress bag, promotional documents and ware, private badge etc.)
  • WELCOME RECEPTION & AIIR PRESIDENT DINNER & GALA DINNER
  • accommodation for 3 nights (26th until 29th June 2018) JW MARRIOTT BUCHAREST GRAND HOTEL
  • free tickets for a technical visit at choice.
Early
Registration*
4780 EUR
On site
Fee
6675 EUR
Standard
Fee
5375 EUR
 

This package offers FOR 5 PEOPLE:

  • 3 days registration fee for a regular participant (non-student) including the access to all congress sessions, all workshops, exhibition and poster sessions
  • publication of 2 accepted full-papers in E3S proceedings or Scientific Journals indexed WEB of SCIENCE or SCOPUS
  • Coffee&tea breaks (all three days) + Lunch breaks (all 3 days)
  • Participant Kit (congress bag, promotional documents and ware, private badge etc.)
  • WELCOME RECEPTION & AIIR PRESIDENT DINNER & GALA DINNER
  • accommodation for 3 nights (26th until 29th June 2018) JW MARRIOTT BUCHAREST GRAND HOTEL
  • free tickets for a technical visit at choice.
Early
Registration*
270 EUR
On site
Fee
330 EUR
Standard
Fee
290 EUR
 

This package offers:

Early
Registration*
2745 EUR
On site
Fee
2745 EUR
Standard
Fee
2745 EUR
 

The 3 days VIRTUAL registration fee for maximum 10 participants (student or non-student) offers:

  • online access to selected congress sessions, workshops and poster sessions - without leaving your desk
  • 3 hard copies of the CLIMA 2019 proceedings.

This package is NOT appropriate for congress authors of accepted articles which will be published in the E3S proceedings or Scientific Journals indexed WEB of SCIENCE, SCOPUS etc.

A total of at least 5 packages (of maximum 10 or over 10 devices) shall be sould by CLIMA 2019 organisers in order to validate and provide this service. If CLIMA 2019 virtual registration remains un-activated by May 1st, you will be refounded 100%.

Early
Registration*
4120 EUR
On site
Fee
4120 EUR
Standard
Fee
4120 EUR
 

The 3 days VIRTUAL registration fee for at least 11 participants (student or non-student) offers:

  • online access to selected congress sessions, workshops and poster sessions - without leaving your desk
  • 5 hard copies of the CLIMA 2019 proceedings.

This package is NOT appropriate for congress authors of accepted articles which will be published in the E3S proceedings or Scientific Journals indexed WEB of SCIENCE, SCOPUS etc.

A total of at least 5 packages (of maximum 10 or over 10 devices) shall be sould by CLIMA 2019 organisers in order to validate and provide this service. If CLIMA 2019 virtual registration remains un-activated by May 1st, you will be refounded 100%.

Early
Registration*
20 EUR
On site
Fee
40 EUR
Standard
Fee
30 EUR
 

incerc tour 3

Location: INCD URBAN-INCERC, 266 Pantelimon Sos., sector 2, Bucharest
(https://www.google.com/maps/place/INCD+URBAN-INCERC/@44.441339,26.1593153,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x40b1f9313d2b6ded:0x22d617b3cd824801!8m2!3d44.441339!4d26.161504)

Duration of the visit: 60-90 min.

About the visit: The visit consists of a guided tour organized with our specialists to the Practical Training Facility developed within the Building Knowledge Hub (BKH Romania). The visitors will have the opportunity to see full-scale models and mock-ups representing the state-of-the-art technology relevant for practical application of Passive House principles and adequate for an effective implementation of the nearly zero energy buildings (nZEB), being the first centre of its kind in the country. Information and pictures from previous similar events can be found (in Romanian) at: https://www.pro-nzeb.ro/noutati-si-evenimente.html.

About BKH-Romania

Building Knowledge Hub Romania was developed within the project "Train-to-NZEB: The Building Knowledge Hubs" (June 2015 – November 2018, the European Union Program for Research and Innovation HORIZON 2020), along with other similar centres in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Turkey and Ukraine. These centres aim to provide practical courses, demonstrations and consultancy services to implement the concept and technologies for with nearly zero energy buildings (nZEB).


Total value: 0 EUR

* NEW! Early registration by March 15th, 2019

** REHVA Members will benefit from 10% discount for selected packages. (a random check of the participants membership could be done by CLIMA 2019 organizers). Please appropriately select your NATIONAL ASSOCIATION NAME in your CLIMA 2019 website account (Participant Information/REHVA member)

*** ALL PRICES VAT EXCLUDED.
(19% VAT shall be paid by all participants to CLIMA 2019 congress, with no exception!)

AFTER PAYING THE INVOICE YOUR ACCOUNT DATA WILL BE USED TO GENERATE A PERSONALISED QR CODE WHICH WILL BE SENT TO YOU BY EMAIL, FEW DAYS BEFORE CLIMA 2019 STARTING DATE. KINDLY PLEASE PRINT YOURSELF THIS QR CODE OR STORE IT IN YOUR MOBILE DEVICE IN ORDER TO GET ACCESS TO THE CONGRESS ACTIVITIES. THE CONGRESS SECRETARIAT WILL BE AT YOUR DISPOSAL AT THE RECEPTION DESK DURING THE CONGRESS TO HELP YOU GET YOUR CONGRESS ACCESS BADGE PRINTED.


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