Scientific Sessions

Accepted abstracts for 2022

Accepted abstracts will be uploaded here. Abstracts from France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Morocco, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates have been submitted and are under review.

Session: Energy Efficiency

Numerical analysis of the building energy efficiency using two different HVAC systems: VRF and VAV” by Niima ES-SAKALIa,b, Moha CHERKAOUIa and Mohamed Oualid MGHAZLIb (a LMAID laboratory, Rabat National School of Mines, Mohamed-V University, 10070 Rabat, Morocco- b Green Energy Park (IRESEN, UM6P), 43150 Benguerir, Morocco) (see abstract here)

Numerical evaluation of the impact of some design parameters of centrifugal fans on their energy efficiency. Corresponding algorithm in the Python language.” by Dr. Spartak POCARI, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Energy Department; Dr. Luis LAMANI, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Geoinformatic Division; Prof. Dr. Andonaq LONDO, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Energy Department – Albania (see the abstract here)

Reducing the life cycle impact of an office building by improving systems control – A case study. by Violeta MOTUZIENĖ, Vilūnė LAPINSKIENĖ, Genrika RYNKUN, Vydmantas DRAGŪNAS, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University – Lithuania (see the abstract here)

Session: Environment – Climate Change

The Regional Climate Adaptation Plan of Crete as a strategic planning cornerstone for the protection of the natural environment and the resilience of infrastructure in a climate hotspot area” by C. Tsompanidis, T. Lolos, K. Paschali – Manou, A. Sakalis, E. Ieremiadi, E. Vlachantoni, S. Kaimaki, E. Kargakis, M. Kritsotakis, ENVIROPLAN Consultants & Engineers S.A., Greece (see the abstract here)

“Analysis of the synergistic effects of policy instruments in environmental governance taking into account the social context” by Prof. Arash FARNOOSH, IFP Energies Nouvelles (IFPEN), IFP School, Center for Energy Economics and Management, France; Yuchen ZHANG, IFP Energies Nouvelles (IFPEN), IFP School, France

Session: Renewable Energy Sources

“On the possibility of a cyber-attack on optimizer-based photovoltaic generators” by Sergei KOLESNIK, Alon KUPERMAN, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel (see the abstract here)

Asymmetric impact of non-renewable energy consumption on energy growth: Empirical evidence from South Africa” by Prof. Nicholas M. ODHIAMBO, PhD, College of Economic and Management Sciences, University of South Africa (see the abstract here)

Geothermal resources and local development in Poland” by Dr. Katarzyna A. KUREK, Prof. Wim HEIJMAN, Dr. Johan VAN OPHEM

Accepted abstracts for 2019 Conference

In 2019, out of 55 abstracts that were submitted, 39 have been accepted. The majority of these accepted ones concerned the Scientific Sessions (Day 2). The final number of the respective papers that will be included in the proceedings depends on how many of these abstracts will be finally presented (and discussed by the participants) and which of these papers are not submitted elsewhere.

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