RILEM Conference (Feb2016)

Please find the attached announcement of a segment under the upcoming RILEM conference on Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering, which will be hosted at the Technical University of Denmark, 21-24 August this year. The conference comprises several segments, and the one on indoor environment seems particularly relevant for the theme of all the projects that are related to the AMANAC cluster.

A doctoral course on the same theme will be held also here at DTU in the week that leads immediately up to the conference. Please see The deadline for submitting abstracts for the conference is over. Nevertheless, if you or others from the AMANAC cluster could come with an abstract within the next week or so, it will be looked upon with such interest that it can most likely be accommodated.

Chairman of the conference segment, Bjarne W. Olesen, also opens the possibility that you can have a seminar/workshop about your projects in conjunction with the conference segment.

Please consider this option for yourself and disseminate the information to other participants of the AMANAC cluster!

More info on the conference:

The conference and doctoral course Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering will be held in Lyngby, Denmark at the campus of the Technical University of Denmark in August 2016. The event consists of a series of parallel and consecutive conference and doctoral course segments on different topics. Each conference or doctoral course segment will function as individual events, but they will also have relations to other segments of the full event. In particular there will be thematic links between specific doctoral courses and specific conference segments. The full event is in conjunction with the 70th RILEM annual week 2016.

About Helen Cornwell

Helen Cornwell is the Project Manager for the EU funded project ISOBIO (Development and Demonstration of Highly Insulating, Construction Materials from Bio-derived Aggregates) and Networking Coordinator for the ECO-SEE project (ECO-innovative, Safe and Energy Efficient wall panels and materials for a healthier indoor environment).

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