Friday 9 June 2017: NZEB UPDATE
A Dublin School of Architecture conference on NZEB design and education 

A Dublin School of Architecture continuous professional development conference on the educational implications of NZEB for building design professionals. 

Featuring work-based postgraduate design projects for a series of 30kWh/m2/year NZEB dwellings, developed through a blended online education postgraduate upskilling programme.

The challenges of meeting the 2018 and 2020 EPBD targets for NZEB by Ciaran O’Connor, State Architect

NZEB and Department of Education school design by John Dolan, Senior Engineer, Department of Education & Skills

Changes to non-residential TGD Part L by Sean Armstrong, Department of Housing Building Standards Advisor.

The new DIT blended online MSc in Building Performance (Energy Efficiency in Design) programme

Presentations:
NZEB17 Invitation
NZEB17 Session 1 01 Introduction
NZEB17 Session 1 02 Online learning model
NZEB17 Session 1 03 Simon McGuinness
NZEB17 Session 1 04 Anne Madaire
NZEB17 Session 1 05 Pierce Fahy
NZEB17 Session 1 06 Colin Bolger
NZEB17 Session 1 07 Olivia Golden
NZEB17 Session 1 08 NZEB Barriers
NZEB17 Session 2 04 New DIT MSc Energy Efficiency in Design
NZEB17 Session 2 05 Les huit points de l'Anthropocene

Session 1: Residential NZEB 

14.00  Welcome:

Cormac Allen, Assistant Head of School, Dublin School of Architecture

14.05  A DIT cloud-based online learning model for EU-wide NZEB upskilling:

Cormac Allen, Assistant Head of School, Dublin School of Architecture

14.15  Future-proofing: Meeting the challenge of the EPBD 30kw/h NZEB target:         

Simon McGuinness, Dublin School of Architecture

14.30  Upskilling the NZEB Professional to design a 30kWh/m2a residential dwelling: 

The NZEB Architect

The NZEB Engineer

The NZEB Building Surveyor

The NZEB Architectural Technologist

The 5 enablers of NZEB upskilling

15.00  Panel discussion

Chair Jim Coady FRIAI

15.30  Break / networking

Session 2: Non-Residential NZEB

16.00   What does NZEB mean for Architecture in Ireland:
Ciaran O’Connor, State Architect

Sean Armstrong, Building Standards Advisor, Department of Housing

John Dolan, Senior Engineer, Department of Education & Skills 

16.30   DIT MSc in Building Performance (Energy Efficiency in Design): 

Joseph Little, Assistant Head of School, Dublin School of Architecture;

16.45  Les huit points d'architecture de l'Anthropocène:

Cormac Allen, Assistant Head of School, Dublin School of Architecture

16.50  Panel discussion

Chair Jim Coady FRIAI

17.30   End

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