The Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour (http://www.univ-pau.fr/en/home.html) and the “Marie Curie” Network TERRE (http://www.terre-etn.com/) are organizing a doctoral school on the theme “Recent trends in the ecoconstruction of buildings”, which will be open free of charge to all those interested. The school will take place on 28 and 29 September 2017 in Anglet, next to the touristic city of Biarritz on the French Basque Coast.
The school will provide an overview of the most recent building technologies to reduce the carbon footprint and increase the sustainability of current construction practice. It will cover several topics from the design of energy-efficient materials to the optimization of surfaces and facades, from the case study of “ecological” dwellings to the life cycle assessment of buildings, with a special focus on the use of geomaterials.
The school programme is enclosed together with a leaflet containing some practical information and a registration form. The school is open free of charge to all. Those interested in taking part are just required to fill in the enclosed registration form and return it to the email address as indicated on the form itself. The deadline for returning the registration form is Sunday 16 July 2017 but, if you could send it well in advance of that date, it would be very helpful for planning the event. Should you need further information, feel free to write to email@example.com.