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Seminar on Energy Efficient Facades and Fenestrations in the Tropics

Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS)

Monday, January 7, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (Singapore Standard Time Singapore Time)

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Energy efficient façades and fenestrations reduce the energy consumption of building air-conditioning systems in our tropical climate, and improve occupancy comfort in Singapore’s urbanized living environment.

Find out how energy efficient façades and fenestrations impact energy consumption, thermal comfort, glare probability, and noise transmission in buildings.

Get updated on state-of-the-art energy efficient façade and fenestration technologies developed in Germany, Korea and Singapore at this free public seminar.

 

Energy Efficient

 

Facades and Fenestrations

in the TropicsMain picture


Free Admission         Limited seats!


Monday 7 Jan 2013, 2 - 5pm

Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium

National University of Singapore

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Refreshments provided   

 

Event sponsor:

Technoform logo  

Supported by:

BCA logo              SGBC logo

 

Speakers at this event

 
Thomas Reindl 

Dr Thomas
REINDL

Director, SERIS, Singapore

 
Prof. Yoon 

Prof YOON
Jong-Ho

Professor, Hanbat National University, Korea

 
Nils

Dr Nils
SCHEDUKAT

Engineer, Technoform Bautec, Germany

 
Michael Chin

Michael
CHIN

Senior Associate,
ARUP,
Singapore

 
Chen Fangzhi

Dr CHEN
Fangzhi

Research Scientist,
SERIS, Singapore

 

 

 
Have questions about Seminar on Energy Efficient Facades and Fenestrations in the Tropics? Contact Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS)

When & Where


Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium (NAK Auditorium)
Education Resource Centre
8 College Avenue West
Singapore, 138608
Singapore

Monday, January 7, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (Singapore Standard Time Singapore Time)


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Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS)

The Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) is Singapore’s national institute for applied solar energy research. It commenced operations in 2008.

SERIS is jointly sponsored by Singapore’s National Research Foundation (NRF) - via the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) - and NUS. It has the stature of an NUS University-level Research Institute and is endowed with considerable autonomy and flexibility, including an industry friendly IP policy.

SERIS conducts research, development, testing and consulting on solar energy technologies and their integration into power systems and buildings. The institute’s R&D spectrum covers materials, components, processes, systems and services, with an emphasis on solar photovoltaic cells, modules and systems. SERIS is globally active but focuses on technologies and services for tropical regions, in particular for Singapore and South-East Asia.

SERIS’ multi-disciplinary research team includes more than 170 scientists, engineers, technicians and PhD students. In addition, the institute has formal research links with more than 20 professors from NUS (“Adjunct researchers”).

SERIS collaborates closely with universities, research organisations, government agencies and industry, both locally and globally. The collaborations with companies from the global solar sector span from small start-ups to industry leading heavyweights. 

R&D clusters:

 

  • Novel PV concepts
  • Silicon materials and cells
  • PV modules
  • Solar energy systems

 

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