Carnot User Meeting 2024 - Save the Date

LocationBrugg, North West Switzerland, Switzerland
CategoryEnvironment
Innovation

State-of-the-Art Simulation Programs and Techniques - From the Refrigerant Cycle to the Building Scale / Carnot User Meeting 2024 (FHNW)

Heat pumps are key solutions for decarbonizing the building stock and the industrial processes.
The best heat pump technologies as well as sophisticated planning tools are important to achieve the required goals of reducing carbon emissions in the future to sustainable values.

The workshop on the second day will give new insights on simulation techniques for heat pumps and heat pump applications in buildings.

We aim at creating impact and translating research outcomes into practice by bringing academics, R&D people from industry and practitioners together.

Please save the following information:

  • Date: Thursday June 27 and Friday June 28, 2024
  • Location:  Muttenz, Switzerland
  • Venue: At the Campus Muttenz FHNW (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland) close to Basel (CH)

We highly encourage researchers, manufacturers, representatives from industries, utilities, the public sector and HVAC systems designers to participate and present their most recent and innovative developments in heat pump applications.

Please note:

The planning for the conference -News from International und National Heat Pump Research (Swiss Federal Office of Energy, SFOE)- on Wednesday, June 26, 2024 is being finalized. An update will follow for the confirmation of the date, location and program.

For more details, a flyer will be sent to you and the website -HP_sim&app24 - CARNOT User Meeting 2024- will soon be available.

The call for topics and Guest Speakers is open. Your contribution is warmly welcomed.

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!

Kind regards,

HP_Sim&App24 - CARNOT User Meeting 2024 Organizing Committee

Program:



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Hochschule für Architektur, Bau und Geomatik
Institut Nachhaltigkeit und Energie am Bau
Hofackerstrasse 30
4132 Muttenz Raum 11[.]W[.]09

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