G.B.S. – Green.Building.Solutions. Summer University


Type Research Project

Funding Bodies
  • OeAD-WohnraumverwaltungsGmbH

Duration Dec. 1, 2012 - Nov. 30, 2014

  • Institute for Ecological Economics IN (Details)

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  • Jakits, Reinhard (Former researcher) Project Head
 

Abstract (German)

The Green.Building.Solutions. Summer University in Vienna (G.B.S.) is an intensive three week training program in the field of sustainable building design and energy efficiency. Coordinated by the RCE-Vienna, situated at the Vienna University of Business and Economics, it results from a joint effort from 6 different Austrian universities and institutes to offer an interdisciplinary expertise through lectures, discussion periods, practical workshops and field excursions.
On the academic side, the program primarily targets architecture and engineering students but also welcomes students of related disciplines such as urban planning, economy and management. GBS is also intended for professionals from diversified fields who have interest in the sustainable built environment to deliver innovative knowledge and solutions to their clients. The learning methodology creates a synergy where knowledge is acquired from lecturers as well as from participants.


Abstract (English)

The Green.Building.Solutions. Summer University in Vienna (G.B.S.) is an intensive three week training program in the field of sustainable building design and energy efficiency. Coordinated by the RCE-Vienna, situated at the Vienna University of Business and Economics, it results from a joint effort from 6 different Austrian universities and institutes to offer an interdisciplinary expertise through lectures, discussion periods, practical workshops and field excursions.
On the academic side, the program primarily targets architecture and engineering students but also welcomes students of related disciplines such as urban planning, economy and management. GBS is also intended for professionals from diversified fields who have interest in the sustainable built environment to deliver innovative knowledge and solutions to their clients. The learning methodology creates a synergy where knowledge is acquired from lecturers as well as from participants.

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