10.00 – 10.45 a.m.
DIPL.-ING. MATTHIAS BAUER, MBA/S – MATTHIAS BAUER ASSOCIATES, STUTTGART, HOUSE 36
House 36 is built with insulating concrete as a monolithic construction with fair-faced concrete inside and outside. German energy saving regulations were met. House 36 is a light-tower project in the development of insulating concrete, not only meeting energy saving regulations but also performing superior design and engineering solutions. www.mbas.de / Lectur is supported by: www.giz.de/de/weltweit/21212.html
11.00 -11.20 a.m.
Dr. PATRICK FONTANA, BUNDESANSTALT FÜR MATERIALFORSCHUNG UND –PRÜFUNG (BAM), BERLIN – THE H-HOUSE PROJECT
The H-House Project aims to develop eco-innovative components for housing construction by means of reducing structural elements to minimal size (with UHPC or textile reinforced concrete) and adding autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) or cellular lightweight concrete (CLC) as insulation materials. www.h-house-project.eu
11.25 – 11.45 a.m.
GEROLD ULRICH, ATELIER GEROLD ULRICH SATTEINS – RE-INVENTION LIME
Gerold Ulrich took an autodidactic approach on re-inventing a variety of lime products and natural cements including burning the lime in a self-made limekiln in his woods. He has rapidly developed exceptional understanding and skills that make his work appear in renowned architecture throughout Austria and abroad. www.geroldulrich.com
11:50 – 12:10 a.m.
DR. HEINZ-CHRISTIAN KREMPELS, KRONOS INTERNATIONAL INC., LEVERKUSEN – THE PURBAU PROJECT
Dr. Krempels introduces the Purebau R&D project on photocatalythic active high-efficient building material, based on TiO2 as well as new measuring techniques and equipment to rate air-claening effects. TiO2 can help reduce urban pollution but also may help preventing urban heat islands by reflecting heat back into space. www.purebau.com
12.15 – 12.45 a.m.
DISCUSSION PANEL – MODERATION ANA NIKEZIC, PH.D. UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE
DIPL.-ING. MATTHIAS BAUER – Dr. PATRICK FONTANA – GEROLD ULRICH – DR. HEINZ-CHRISTIAN KREMPELS
12.45 – 01.45 p.m. LUNCHBREAK