The ATLAS project partner MUAS (Munich University of Applied Sciences) recently carried out an online seminar in German language on Energy efficient and sustainable refurbishment of historic buildings.

The free webinar for energy consultants showed methods and instruments that can be used during and after the planning of a refurbishment as an aid for all the people involved in the process. These solutions were presented through best practice examples of proven refurbishment solutions for historic buildings.


Workshop-Agenda – 27th of April 2021:

18:00-18:10: Introduction - Prof. Dr. Natalie Eßig, Hochschule München
18:10-18:30: Praxisorientierte Forschung am Beispiel des ATLAS Projekts - Franziska Haas,
Eurac Research Bolzano
18:30-18:45: Altbausanierung: Politik, Förderprojekte und Best Practice am Beispiel von
Vorarlberg
- Dipl.-Ing. Arch. Sabine Erber, Energieinstitut Vorarlberg
18:45-19:00: Hibertool: Online Tool für historische Sanierungslösungen - Alexander Rieser, Universität Innsbruck
19:00-19:15: Energieeffizienz und Nachhaltigkeit bei historischen Bauten: Ist dies möglich? - Prof. Dr. Natalie Eßig, Hochschule München
19:15-19:30: Historische Bauten 4.0 - Ahmed Khoja, Hochschule München
19:30-19:45: Wrap-Up