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Summer School - Smart Cities and Engineering for Sustainable Architecture, 1-26 July 2019, France

EPF School of Engineering


Deadline:

April 15, 2019

Event Date:

July 01, 2019 - July 26, 2019


Opportunity Cover Image - Summer School - Smart Cities and Engineering for Sustainable Architecture, 1-26 July 2019, France

A SUMMER SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES

EPF-ESTP Summer Program on Smart Cities & Engineering for Sustainable Architecture offers an in-depth study on topics such as engineering for eco-cities and smart cities, environmental issues, city planning and architecture for the future.

Mainly designed for Undergraduate and Master students with a major in Engineering, Architecture, Urban planning/design, Sociology or Computer Sciences. The program is organized in 4 independent modules in the two cities of Troyes and Paris:

• Energy efficiency, comfort & culture

• Security & resilience in [smart] cities

• Bio-architecture & bio-city

• Digital connected city & architecture

The city of Troyes situated 170 km from Paris, with its rich architectural heritage is a remarkable witness of its glorious past. The 16th century houses in the old town is with no doubt among one of the most iconic medieval architecture of France. Today, it is mandatory to conserve these treasures and also to provide necessary measures to increase their energy efficiency and comfort in order to offer healthy dwellings with a higher degree of wellbeing to the occupants.

Despite the attractiveness of the city of Troyes, the city is subject to several natural risks. The presence of the Seine river and its affluent and the clay soil make the city an interesting case study for strategic urban management. Moreover, the mass construction and suburbanization on the outskirts of the city on one side and advancement of smart technologies on the other resulted in many consequences concerning security such as social or technological risks.

Paris has fascinating examples of architecture from Middle Ages to more recent times. There are numerous bioclimatic buildings and sustainable approaches that effort on providing social, economic and environmental equity. Parisian green roofs, bio-urban agriculture and eco-villages are some of these projects that aim in reducing urban heat island effect and provide Parisians with a more pleasant urban experience.

Due to progress in technologies, the vibrant city of Paris is also dealing with new challenges of digital transition and is confronted to new topics such as energy transition, new mobility solutions and citizen science. Therefore, Paris by combining the concept of sustainable city with open data city and connected city aims for transformation of the territory into a smarter one. Paris smart city promotes public participation of citizens, data visibility, interconnected networks and participatory projects for a more livable future.

ACADEMIC TOPICS

Students can participate in one or several modules:

Module - 1 Energy efficiency, comfort & culture - July 1-5 2019 - Troyes

Module 2 Security & resilience in [smart] cities - July 8-12 2019 - Troyes

Module 3 Bio-architecture & bio-city - July 15-19 2019 Paris-Cachan

Module 4 Digital connected city & architecture - July 22-26 2019 - Paris

Within this 4-module program a particular attention is dedicated to the following subjects:

• Smart cities

• Building Information Modelling (BIM)

• Domotics

• Urban comfort

• Interior comfort

• Energy efficiency

• Security

• Sustainability

• Digital transition

• Energy transition

Each module is composed of several workshops and a real case study.

Upon success, by the end of each module, students may obtain a certificate and 2 Credits (ECTS).

CULTURAL VISITS AND FIELD TRIPS

Besides the academic lectures and projects, EPF & ESTP Engineering Summer School organizes a cultural program, which will allow students to discover 2 of the most beautiful areas of France: Paris & the Champagne region.

Cultural visits may include:

• Project’s site visit

• Architectural sightseeing

• Historical sightseeing

• Museums

• Theatre

• Bateaux mouches cruise on the Seine River, Paris

• Tastings in the Champagne-Ardenne Region

All students will be initiated to the French language in addition to cultural visits, which will contribute to a perfect understanding of the local social and professional environment. 

APPLICATION AND FEES

The program fee of 950 € a week covers:

• Tuition and documentation

• Welcome and farewell events

• Access to EPF and ESTP Paris facilities

• Free internet access

• Official programme certificate

• Cultural and social events

• Lodging expenses For students attending the 4 modules a special fee of 3.500 € will apply. Living expenses, individual insurances and visa fees are not included.

ACCOMMODATION AND SUPPORT

Accommodation in student residences will be organized by EPF and ESTP. Shops and transports will be easy to reach.

For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.


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February 01, 2019




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