We are pleased to invite you to the guest lecture by Sebastian Botzler, M.Sc, researcher and PhD candidat, a project leader for TUM – Technische Universität München for the Horizon2020 project “EmBuild – Empower public authorities to establish a long-term strategy for mobilizing investment in the energy efficient renovation of the building stocks”, that will take place on Friday, the 29 of March 2019 at 15.00h, in the Room 200 of the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade.
“Prioritisation of Socio-economic Benefits Within Public Building Renovation Strategies; a European Perspective”
Sebastian Botzler, M.Sc. is researcher and PhD candidat with a specific focus on building renovation and in particular, the socio-economic and ecological effects of energy efficiency measures. By coupling risk-analysis and probability theory with building performance simulation and policy analysis, he is developing strategies and political arguments closely together with municipalities and regions. He was project leader for TUM for the Horizon2020 project “EmBuild – Empower public authorities to establish a long-term strategy for mobilizing investment in the energy efficient renovation of the building stocks”. And in 2019 he is coordinating the European project EERAdata, which is focusing on support measures for socio-economic building related data management in municipalities. After his studies he worked as a consultant for sustainable buildings, mainly in consulting municipalities and investors related to building renovation and green building certification.
List of recent publications:
• Dotzler, C., Botzler, S., Kierdorf, D., & Lang, W. (2018). Methods for optimising energy efficiency and renovation processes of complex public properties. Energy and Buildings, 164C, pp. 254-265.
• Botzler, S., Greve M. (2018). Technical Guide – Methodologies to assess and quantify wider benefits and energy savings of deep building renovation. Report within the EmBuild Project. Horizon 2020 European Union Research and Innovation Program. Technische Universität München, Zentrum für nachhaltiges Bauen, München. 25.08.2018
• Botzler, S. (2017). Incorporating wider benefits of energy efficiency measures in local and regional decision-making processes. In: Proceedings of Balkan Architectural Biennale – Balkan patterns in urbanism and architecture: Challenges. Belgrade. 22.12.2017
• Botzler, S.; Dahmen, J.; (2017): Evaluation and specification of wider benefits of deep renovation measures. Report within the EmBuild Project. Horizon 2020 European Union Research and Innovation Program. Technische Universität München, Zentrum für nachhaltiges Bauen, München. 24.04.2017
• Botzler, S.; Kellermann, L.: Knowledge Based Behaviour Modelling: Dependencies and Energy Consumption Impact of Specific Occupant Behaviour Parameters. BEHAVE 2016, 4th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency, Coimbra, 2016.
• Kierdorf, D., Botzler, S. & Dotzler, C. (2016). Assessings Sustainable Retrofits of Public Non-Residential Buildings. BEHAVE 2016 – 4th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency. Coimbra, 8-9 September 2016
• Botzler, S.; Kolarik, J.; Olesen, B. W.: Investigating peoples’ preferences of automated indoor climate control facilities. Proceedings of Indoor Air 2014, International Society for Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ), Hong Kong, 07/2014.
• Panagiota, P.; Botzler, S.; Krug, K.; Straub, D.: Measuring the consequences of wildfires in a Bayesian network with vulnerability and exposure indicators. EGU General Assembly 2013, Vienna, 2013.
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Project: Empower public authorities to establish a long-term strategy for mobilizing investment in the energy efficient renovation of the building stock – EmBuild
Conference: Places and Technologies 2018
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